In March 2012, I left my home in Gloucestershire, UK, to cycle around the world. I have no idea how long this will take ...

Where do you sleep?

I sleep in a lot of places.  Whatever presents itself naturally at the end of the day is likely to become my temporary home.  In the countryside I usually camp.  Often I am invited to spend the night in a local person’s home.  If that happens I usually accept and like this I have slept in everything from a tin shed to marble palace.  In cities, I find places to stay in Couchsurfing, Warmshowers or hostels.  The first two are hospitality networks that connect travellers with hosts and have worked wonders all over the world.  Rest assured, in almost 2 years of travel I’ve slept in some weird and wonderful places.