Who Am I?

Who Am I?

How old are you?

Real age. Low-twenties. Mental age. Six – at a push.

How long have you been traveling?

Since I was around thirteen. Full time for about two years.

Why do you travel?

Because I read a quote that inspired me. ‘Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.’ Though when I tried to go off the path, I got badly stung and rather lost.

What three words do you think best describe you?

Immature. Sarcastic. Stupid.

What three words do you think others would use to describe you?

Immature. Sarcastic. Stupid.

How many countries have you been to so far?

About forty.

Which one is your favourite?

Ohh. So many to choose from. I’d say Norway at one end and Burma at the other. One, for its clean pristine countryside, and another for its temples. I’ll let you guess which one’s which.

Scariest moment?                                                           

Riding a motorbike along a busy Cambodian highway, while trying to outrun a lorry driver with a vendetta against me.

Okay. Three favourite foods?                                                                          

Chocolate. Pizza. Haribo. (Haribo’s food, right?)

Do you have any hobbies?

I enjoy hiking, running and writing, usually not all at the same time.

Are you a snappy dresser?

Most certainly not.

What do you have in your rucksack?

6 pairs of underwear.  A hat. 6 t-shirts. Hoodie. 6 pairs of socks. Chinos. Jogging bottoms. Two pairs of shorts. Laptop. Running t-shirt. First aid kit (packet of plasters,) tablet, two mobile phones, and most importantly – a can of deodorant.

So you travel light?

Very. Trust me, we don’t need half the things we think we need. Minimalistic travel all the way for me.

Do you like asking yourself fictitious questions?

Oh. Most certainly.

So. What exactly is the point of Along The Winding Trail?

Ah, good question me. It’s part vaguely humorous travel blog, part journalism. Discussing everything from light-hearted musings on the nature of travel, to more serious and in-depth stories on what life is really like for the billions of people on this planet.

Sounds boring.

It is.

Welcome to Along The Winding Trail. Callum.

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