Read more about Tony.
I have written and published three eBooks about my world adventures.
Seeing a Slice of Southern Africa My Way
NEW EBOOK, published 31 December 2020.
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 totally blind and partially deaf man as he travels independently around the world having exciting adventures. The most recent volume, Seeing a Slice of Southern Africa My Way, published 31 December 2020, is a journey of continued self-discovery as I plot my way from multi-cultural South Africa with its complex society, to Malawi, with its picturesque and peaceful nature. This third book takes the reader through parts of Southern Africa, and offers a brief glimpse into a little of Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Blog post / Athens Greece website (4th November 2009)
Blog post / Madrid information (22nd October 2009)
Tony the Traveller
Blog post / Looking for a good woman (11th August 2009)
Dear all, this is Tony The Traveller.
I am putting out a request, advertisement, to any lady of a like minded nature in travel and spirit, who might wish to come travelling with me at some point over the next year.
Basically, I am searching for love and friendship, a partner eventually, to share the hights and concore the lows.
So any lady who is interested, drop me an email on this website user comment page and I will be in touch.
Blog post / Latest travels (12th July 2009)
Hi all, its Tony the traveller, bringing you another update.
Since my kidney transplant on 19th December 2008, I have been recovering slowly. Since the end of March I have been taking the opportunity to explore England during my weekends.
I began with Cornwall, Penzance to be exact – the most South-Westerly town in England. I used Penzance as a base to explore the surrounding area, even taking a day trip to the Scilly Isles.Read more →
Blog post / Going back on the road! (25th March 2009)
Hi all, its Tony the Traveller saying good news, I’m hitting the road after a long lay off.
My new kidney is working grand so I’m heading around England. I begin this weekend with a small trip to Penzance at the end of South-West England – the end of the country! Its just a four day excursion away to explore and get ready for longer trips later in the year.
My new mission is to visit every county in England before September and then head abroad.Read more →
Blog post / Another American trip (13th February 2009)
Another journey to the US occurred over the Christmas and New Year of 2002–2003. I was a third of the way through my Master’s degree at Birmingham University, England, had just finished an essay and was exhausted. I should have gone home, but not a huge fan of Christmas, I opted for three weeks in America instead. As a student, I managed to obtain a relatively inexpensive flight and was able to get a month Greyhound pass,Read more →
Blog post / Stories from a friend! (12th February 2009)
This is from a friend I met in Seville, southern Spain, in December-January 2007-08. His name is Will, from France. He is a cool guy. He is currently travelling Australia and now looking for work.
Enjoy his stories.
17,46, the mobile phone vibrates, a new message received… After a whole day spent sleeping, it’s this damn phone that wakes me up, the headache is really present, but I also want to do something else of my day than just recovering… Good coincidence,Read more →
Blog post / A special secret story! (8th February 2009)
The wandering albatross is one of the worlds’ amazing species. It lives among the islands of the Southern Ocean ‘Antarctic Ocean’, leaving its home annually, sleeping on the wind. It soars through the air, its vast wing span enabling it to fly for months, hunting for seafood seeming to be beyond the parallels of lesser creatures such as humans. It flies in solitude, sleeping when necessary and only returning home to mate and recharge its batteries ready for the next adventure.Read more →