Hi, I’m Aaron. Grew up in sunny Singapore before discovering the joy of traveling, exploring unfamiliar places and being within nature. I still hold my day job but try to do a couple of trips a year. I hope to share some of these amazing destinations so that you can enjoy them, be it in person or through the posts, and that’s what this blog is about.
Follow me as I hike and camp around the world! From the Arctic circle to desert valleys and beyond.
Dedicated to this sunny island I call home. There’s more to Singapore than the glitzy skylines and fancy gardens, read on to find out more!
My longest trip yet, spanning 50 days from Singapore to Moscow. That’s done but I suspect there’ll be part 2.
Over a hundred kilometre through the Swedish wilderness, above the Arctic Circle.
Exploring the ancient city and uncovering its secrets.
Scenes from Mars and nights under stars, with a hint of the Bedouin.
Spend a night next to a small lake surrounded by glaciers and mountains.
A walk through a desert valley unlike any other.
A visit to the last Shangri-la.
Second part of our Tasmania campervan trip, leaving the East Coast and heading inland towards the verdant valleys in the North East/ North of Tasmania, before reaching for the coast again, this time along the Bass Strait. Tasmania North East/ North Road Trip Itinerary Overview After the many coastal wonders along the East Coast, our northern stretch was a change…
The first 5 days of our 3 week Tasmaina road trip in December 2022, journey from Hobart up north and along the east coast. I was really excited for what was to be my first multi-day hike since covid, first month long trip since starting work, first campervan trip ever and my first trip together with my partner. We had…
A compilation of information that might be useful for anyone planning to do the Three Capes Track in Tasmania, Australia. Three Capes Track * Disclaimer: Most of the factual information is available on the Three Capes Track website, and should be considered more accurate and up to date than information here. I’ve compiled the details that I have found useful…
It had been awhile since my last multi-day hike. One planned in 2019 was cancelled due to ongoing protests, then Covid 19 came and I had another cancelled. After the post-Covid acclimatization trip to Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road, I felt ready to resume hiking again, but knew I was pretty out of shape. Heading back for the familiarity…
Here’s one almost a year late. A couple of days in Melbourne, from May 2022. Some ideas on how to spend 3 days in Melbourne, roughly how I did it (some slightly rearranged for better readability). (Hopefully) covering most of the top things to see in Melbourne on a first trip to the city. If you’re looking for somewhere easy…
Need some inspiration to plan your adventure on the Great Ocean Road? Here are one to four day Great Ocean Road road trip itineraries to help you get started! Road Trip Itineraries Driving is a great way to enjoy the Great Ocean Road as it provides the freedom to stop whenever and however long you’d like. My preference is usually…