In 2013 I needed a break from the daily life in Sydney. So I booked a 2 month round trip ticket to Southeast Asia and packed my bags rather lightly.
After only 2 days in Sabah Malaysia I decided I wasn’t going to be heading back anytime soon. I called work and told them that I was quitting my job. That felt like a pretty outrageous move back then.
A year of travel led me towards travel blogging. The Lost Passport was born mid-2013 as a travel photography site but has since grown into a full Southeast Asia travel blog.
Whether is it waterfalls kilometers deep in the jungle, hidden motorbike routes illegally crossing country borders, tea shops in small back alleys or a simple farmers hut with an amazing view over the mountains, I always try to travel differently.
When I’m not traveling I spend my time living in Bangkok in the first apartment I’ve ever bought.