The Daily Explorer

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The Daily Explorer was launched in 2008 to publish stories about Ray and his travel experiences. During that time, he explored New Zealand, Spain, Germany, Morocco, Canada, the United States, St Maarten (in the Caribbean), Australia, Bali, Singapore, Nepal, Tibet, India and Thailand.

The inspiration for The Daily Explorer came from its fore-runner and sister publication, The Daily Lama. This was Ray’s first online travel publication, created with fellow traveller Nikki Ashley, with the first issue being published in December 2005. The Daily Lama hired renowned online Editor Amber Solaire (below) to work with Mozzie Byte and a hand picked team of experienced journalists. Between them, they compiled all of the issues that were published until its demise in March 2007. The Daily Lama was an unexpected success, attracting over 16,000 visitors who were keen to read about Ray and Nikki’s adventures in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and Australia.

Above: The talented Amber Solaire, co-Editor of The Daily Lama, 2005-7

On 8th August 2008, Ray had successfully survived living nomadically for one thousand consecutive days since he left England. When we announced it, many of you wrote to us requesting more information about the circumstances that led him to swap his conventional life for one of travel, exploration and uncertainty. So we interviewed him at length and published his whole truthful story, uncut and straight from the source. He revealed what really happened, reviewing the catalytic events that took place and the impact they were to have on his life. You can read it at: Man of a Thousand Days – How it all Began….

MOZZIE BYTE

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