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I have written and published two Ebooks about my world adventures.
Seeing The World My Way
Published in 2010 and re-published as an Ebook in 2017.
Seeing The Americas My Way
Ebook published September 2016.
My ebooks are travel biographies of the observations and experiences of a blind man as he travels around the world having crazy adventures. The first instalment, Seeing the World My Way, describes my early journeys: out for adventure but consumed by alcohol as a method for dealing with my disabilities.
My second ebook, Seeing the Americas My Way, is a more sober, yet more emotional tale. It highlights my challenges of confronting personal issues whilst travelling.
Blog post / Spain 2. (13th August 2008)Spain Continued. I flew back to Seville in early January 2008, to continue my journey around South-West Europe. I wanted to visit Portugal and also enter into Morocco, just across the Strait of Gibraltar. I returned to Seville, because I liked the city’s medieval atmosphere and I wanted to see friends I had made previously. Marco, the crazy Mexican I had shared a dorm with in late December, met me at the airport and we got the bus back into the city. Read more →
Blog post / Walking in the woods! (3rd July 2008)
Canada is a land of magnificent beauty and wonder. Its geographical vastness and diversity makes it a unique, magical land.
I first visited Canada in the summer of 2004. I spent just under three months travelling from east to west and eventually heading north. My journey began and ended in Toronto, it is a city I have returned to on almost every subsequent visit to that fascinating country. Its qualities lie in its people,Read more →
Blog post / Spanish story (27th May 2008)
Spain — Part 1
My first trip to Spain coincided with Christmas and New Year 2007-08. It was mostly a quiet affair. I met up with friends from Cuba in Madrid, where it was cold and rained most of the time, typical weather I’m informed for Madrid in December. I did the usual tourist things, walked the streets, visited the many squares, strolled passed the palace walls and went for a paddle in the lake in the large attractive park.Read more →
Blog post / Inspirational story (27th May 2008)
I was sent this story by a friend who is totally deaf and visually impaired. Check this out, its amazing.
Blind student earns medical degree, sees no limits
By Andy Manis, AP
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The young medical student was nervous as he slid the soft, thin tube down into the patient’s windpipe. It was a delicate maneuver — and he knew he had to get it right.Read more →
Blog post / An interesting quotation on life! (16th May 2008)
This was sent to me by a good friend, Ryan Monahan
Any feedback is welcome
“When Life Was Full There Was No History”
“In the age when life on earth was full, no one paid any special
attention to worthy men, nor did they single out the man of ability.
Rulers were simply the highest branches on the tree, and the people
were like deer in the woods.
Blog post / Living in the moment (15th May 2008)
Living in the Moment.
When Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire at the end of his gig in Monterey, California in Spring 1967, he began the ‘Summer of Love’ and started something electric. He blazed through four years of psychedelia before his sudden demise in October 1970. However, in that short period he left his mark on the world as he ‘lived in the moment.’
Although I have not set the world alight in quite the same fashion,Read more →
Blog post / Iceland Part Two. (15th May 2008)
Iceland essay — Part 2
The only place to be is on the road.
Meeting people and having fun is what we do!
My second week in Iceland was mind blowing — an experience never to be forgotten.
Ryan, the young but mature American I had met, and I hit the road for a drive around Iceland’s coast on a journey of inspiration and soul enlightenment. For me,Read more →
Blog post / The Tornado Nobody Saw! (14th May 2008)
It happened quietly, almost unexpectedly. A gentle gust which got gradually stronger until we were swept off our feet. However, there were so few who witnessed it we called it the tornado that nobody saw. When it was over we were left breathless.
I was in the US when it occurred, travelling as usual. However, I was not in the dustball of Oklahoma or the flat lands of Kansas like you might expect,Read more →