The Jinja Blog

Where next for the man who has been everywhere...?

On the first of January 2009, I crossed the River Plate from Argentina to Uruguay. Thus began The Odyssey Expedition my incredible, hilarious and occasionally terrifying four year journey to every country in the world without flying, as accredited by Guinness World Records™.

You can read all about The Odyssey Expedition by tapping on the link below.

I officially finished the journey at the end of January 2013 and by the summer of that year I was already ready for my next adventure, and so I signed up to be a contestant on SOS Island: a Samsung-sponsored survival show hosted by Les Stroud.

And guess what? I won.

The prize was $100,000 towards an island adventure of my choice. Thus began The Road To Jinja Island.

But before becoming the lord and master of my very own taste of paradise, my girlfriend and I ran around Belize, Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras on what we called The Ruta Maya.

We then travelled south to Bocas Del Toro, Panama where I embarked on an three-year long adventure living off-grid on the tropical island I named Jinja Island.

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The Panama Good Times

September 2015 Now that I was a bona-fide island owner, it was time to rubber-stamp my credentials. First things first: get myself a drivers licence

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Off The Rails

October 2015 As October rolled around I had to get my head into gear, make the Jinja Island house good enough for people to live

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A Break In The Clouds

November 2015 While I was working on making the island just that little bit more comfortable so I could justify charging people to stay, I

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SOS Island Boot Camp Day 1: SHELTER

Monday 30th September 2013 Day One started a bit like this: Then this happened: And then we went LIVE TO THE WORLD!! Sadly,

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A Christmas Coral

December 2015 I don’t know if you know this, but I’m a *bit* of a Star Wars fan. Having missed my opportunity to see Mad

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The Big Smoke

Yesterday was a long day and didn’t end until around 2am. Today started at 5am as I was booked on the 6am Megabus down to London… I have a plane to catch!!!

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