During the week I work as an Editorial Producer at World Nomads, but on my days off Mark and I are usually somewhere in the bush, on the beach, or in the fourbie searching for a quiet campsite. In my downtime, I’m stringing words together for my blog, and occasionally other publishers.

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Fitz Roy, Argentina. Photo credit: some German guy.

Where’s Mildo started a few years back when I had this (insanely brilliant) idea to write about places without giving away the name of the destination. The whole idea was based around making readers wonder where the bloody hell I am. But, with readership in single-digits, and knowing nobody wants to read about a place without knowing where it is, I decided to write like any other normal human should.

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Bandipur, Nepal. Photo credit: Cameron Gardiner

Working full time shouldn’t get in the way of living a life of adventure – whether it’s a quick trip to the beach after work, taking three months off to travel around South America or getting away for the weekend, we’re always keen.

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Henry Creek campsite, Te Anau, New Zealand.

Follow Where’s Mildo to read about our favourite four-wheel driving tracks, quiet campsites, quick and easy camping recipes, hiking trails and occasionally an overseas adventure.

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Approximately 2km away from Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal. Photo credit: Cameron Gardiner

Places I’ve Been

I haven’t yet ticked off Greenland, Bhutan, Guatemala, or Madagascar (maybe one day), but here are the places I’ve been beyond Australia.

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