Inexplicably in late 2014 I landed an amazing job, working in environmental policy to support sustainable development and poverty reduction in the developing world. Most of my work focuses on south Asia and east Africa, so I get to travel for work, which is basically a dream come true.
Dream job in hand, I'll be staying in London for the next few years, before heading off on my next adventure (current thoughts on this are a dive trip across Indonesia stopping at all the best places from west to east before landing in Papua New Guinea).
While partly focusing on all the amazing places in the world to explore, I'm also staying grounded and trying to enjoy everything London has to offer. This involves going to as many concerts as possible, eating amazing food at restaurants you can only find out about through word of mouth, meeting inspiring people, a good dose of highbrow cultural exploration, a corresponding dose of hedonistic events you wouldn't tell your closest friends about, afternoons spent curled up with a book in a hidden cafe, hosting dinner parties with friends, drinking in the cellar at Gordon's Wine Bar, and going to random lectures at the Royal Geographical Society.
But of course, it would be much more fun to do those things with you.