My name’s Fraser.
I’m an occasional writer from south-west England, now living in south-west London for the sake of consistency. This website is like a rarely used self-storage box.
Just like everyone else, I use the world to access mischief which I then try to capture in words. This one time I was hit by a taxi after a monk gave me a blessing on the roadside in Kathmandu — you get the gist.
Over the years my travel scribbles have been published by the Guardian, HuffPost, and Bradt Travel Guides, among others. Away from travel, I’ve written about the UK energy industry (stay with me) for organisations such as Money Saving Expert, Ovo Energy, and uSwitch.
More recently, I kept a needlessly long and detailed diary of my experiences training for, and running, the 2018 London Marathon. If you like reading about running, why not let me try your patience?
It’s all a bit like a hobby gone wrong.
Take a look around. Say hello back.