Australia

India was now almost behind me as I left Bengaluru Airport en route to Singapore for a short stop and then a hop to Perth. All in all about 10 hours of travel. I landed at midnight but the immigration desk was poorly staffed and a good 90 minutes was spent queuing to get through.... Continue Reading →

German Playshop

After a fantastic nights sleep in the Hotel Aquarius, a shower, meditation and a good breakfast, I was ready for the weekend ahead. Ben and his good friend Stefan met me at the hotel and we headed off to pick up the drums for the program, all provided by Remo through Gewa Drum Circles Trailer... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 24

I woke and meditated and was then treated to a lovely breakfast combo by Rachel. Full of goodness. Yogurt, mixed fruits, nuts and honey. Yum yum. We then did a Life Coaching session for an hour looking at the story that has unfolded for me on this Trek and how I might honour this experience,... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 22

I left Swansea at midday after a nice chill out with Boyd, Kate and Duffy and headed for Pewsey in Wiltshire and my chance to spend some time with the Miles Clan. Alex,the son, I have met on many an occasion when training with Arthur Hull and his dad Geoff came along once to see... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 21

I left Satch and Susan to head South towards my next destination, Swansea. After stopping for fuel I followed an instinct to move West instead and headed for Machynlleth and then Aberystwyth. I had spent a very happy and formative four years of my life in the early 1980’s living in this part of West... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Days 16/17

Having already pitched my tent prior to the Sheffield circle, I was able to land well at Stainsby Festival and hook up again with my partner in crime Nessa, who brought the contents for the space I had erected. Teamwork 😉 This was always going to be a significant stop on the Trek and oh... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 14

The morning was a slow and easy one with a bit of blogging and then a sunny cafe breakfast out on the streets of Hull. A little bit of Guitar playing with Donna and a new practice exercise called the Spider ( fingering up and down the fretboard) and I was on my way along... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 13

After a wee stop over at the Hebden Bridge base camp it was back to the road again. Thanks to Nessa for the use of the lovely space, showers and good food and company. I was up and away early at 0700 and heading for Stockport on the outskirts of Manchester, where I had a... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 11

DrumTrek  Brighouse was only a short hop from Hebden Bridge, which is acting as my kind of base camp for the few gigs within spitting distance. Because of that I had a lie in and a slow morning meditating and doing my stretching routine. I had agreed to do an afternoon drum circle session with... Continue Reading →

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