Vilnius is a really cheap city to visit anytime of the year. Last time I was there (Nov 2016) I only paid 6 euros a night for a dorm bed.
By the time FEB comes I should be back VLOGGING as I will have gotten a 2nd hand laptop. I've also got allot of bands to go see and write in FEB. Such as ANVIL, Dorja etc
March my mate Metal Steve shall be visiting me in London in the first week. Its our 10 year friendship. Its all started in that Tequilas on Main shithole in April 2008 and since then. Metal Steve has been the older brother I always wanted. He took an hour out of his London time last year to say Hi to me in Mayfair for an hour (while I waited for Joan Collins DBE)
I would really love to revisit Slovakia, Slovenia and get my passport stamped in Ukraine.
I got to be in London for late May-Early June and by then if I am still living in London by the 2nd of June 2018, then I have done a year in London
I really want to get to Beirut this year, because I feel like there is a part of me that is telling me to visit Lebanon. I grew up with allot of Lebanese people in Australia. But then it wasn't untill my Uncle Brian Gardner passed away in July 2012 in New Zealand that really hit me hard.
Then this lady in Sydney wrote me an email with the quote from Kahlil Gibran
“When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.”
I did a bit of research on this guy and I was sadden to hear that he died in New York from cirrhosis of the Liver, even before his county of Lebanon gained Independence in 1943. When I found out that Dream Theater had incorperated some of his poetry into their music (in 2011) It inspired me that I should go visit his grave in Lebanon and thank him.
Lebanon is at peace right now and people still go there.
If I can go from Cairo to Cape Town without flying. I pretty sure will have ticked off at least 18 nations
I found the DPR Korean embassy in London back in 2012 and then in 2016 I found the DPR Korean embassy in Stockholm. I think its time for a tour of the DPR Korea.
As a British Citizen born in Australia, I am sick and tired of Xenophobic, curious, nosy dumbshits always asking me why I moved to the UK. If you are not part of the UK Home Office or the UK Border then you have no fucking right to ask me those stupid xenophobic questions. because after all its NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS!
I have every right to be in the UK because of what the British Migration act of 1983 says. It says something beyond the lines of Children born overseas to British parents or Married British mother and Father has the right to be in the UK.
British citizenship by descent"British citizenship by descent" is the category for the children born outside the UK or an Overseas Territory to a British citizen. Rules for acquiring British citizenship by descent depend on when the person was born.
From 1983[A child born outside the UK on or after 1 January 1983 (or outside a British Overseas Territory on or after 21 May 2002) automatically acquires British citizenship by descent if either parent is a British citizen otherwise than by descent at the time of the child's birth.
- At least one parent must be a British citizen otherwise than by descent.
It doesn't matter if Australia has 40C temperatures, good jobs, more houses. I hate the shit out of Australia and I am proud to have wiped my anus with an Australian passport and spat on the Australian Imperialist Den of Spies embassy in Copenhagen.
So if I had obtained British Citizenship by BLOOD, Then I might as well Emigrate to Sweden sometime in 2018, live there for 5 years until I become a Swedish Citizen. Brexit is Looming and I don't want to be living in a country that is outside of Schengen.
Hard Brexit won't happen, because what about the Norwegian and Icelandic's who are EEA but they can still do their own things within the EU.
Once I get to 100 nations, go from Cairo to Cape Town, visit South America. I will retire from travel and spend the rest of my days in Sweden
P.S I think Swedish people are allot more smarter, cleaner and thinner than British people.
Okay I took the Trans Siberian from Vladivostok to Moscow in Nov 2016. I want to take it again but its going to be Trans Mongolian. I want to go back to Russia, meet my friend Artyom in his town of Orenburg (it takes 2-3 days from Moscow) and then go all the way onto Ulan Ude.
I got off the train here in November to get some food. I would love to get off the train and enter MONGOLIAN FROM HERE
I might come home to Australia for 2 week but it might not be untill the 3rd or 4th quater. But then there are just some days in life that I am not happy of what I am doing and I want to get out of the UK. But I don't want to Australia and live there again, because that will fuck up all my other dreams I have written about in this blog.
I am lucky to be living in London, living in hostels, only spending less than 50 quid a week (when I don't count my bills). But somedays its the NHS policy of you having to chance doctors everytime you move that really pisses me off!