A collection of musings from all over the world

North Face of Chomolungma (Mount Everest), Tibet.

© Peter Campbell 2011

From the age of 5 years, I've lived a nomadic life, travelling to many parts of the world.  I've been up mountains and under oceans, through jungles and across deserts.  I've set foot on 6 of the world's 7 continents.  I've taken photos.  I've even written a book, of which I am immensely proud (see An Impossible Dream - the book). 

Along the way I’ve also written a number of travel blog posts – each of them on a site specific to a particular journey.  They are a disparate group of scribblings, and all had or have an end-date.  The intention is that this new site, created in late 2018, will progressively start to consolidate into this one location a few of these past musings, for both my permanent reference and hopefully for the enjoyment of the reader.  Looking forward, all my future posts will be here, both from time to time and from place to place.  There's a menu above - please dive in and have a look around.

Thanks for joining me on this journey!  And please feel free to make contact if anything in here piques your curiosity to find out more.

A traveller without observation is a bird without wings – Moslih Eddin Saadi, 13th century Persian poet.

Peter Campbell is a traveller, photographer, author.  He lives in the south-west corner of Western Australia with his wife Janet and golden retriever Peggy alongside the Indian and Great Southern oceans, in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by tall trees and in the company of kangaroos and kookaburras.  He can be contacted at this email address.

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