I’m Michael! And yep, that’s me stuck in a hole in Thailand.

I escaped eventually…

I’m a 25-year-old Londoner with a thirst for travel and exploration.


I genuinely believe travel is a cause for good in so many areas of your life and, from my experiences in the UK, I also think people don’t travel anywhere near enough.

Now, I don’t believe its people fault that they don’t trave enough. I believe it’s our societies warped sense of what a work-life balance is, and I believe people should feel free to travel as much as they wish and see it as an essential part of life like work is seen.

I have made it my goal to travel as much as possible, to one day make it a full-time profession and to help and inspire others to travel as well. This Blog is part of that journey.


Well, I don’t travel all the time, unfortunately :(. I live in Greenwich, South East London and I’ve recently bagged a job in a primary school. I’m a teaching assistant and I make sure the kiddies learn as much as possible and don’t eat glue. Of an evening and on the weekends I’m a swimming teacher and coach for my local club – I used to compete at a pretty decent level up until recently!

I love both these jobs because to me, they don’t really feel like work, I enjoy what I do and I look forward to going in, most of the time! The other great thing about these jobs is that they still allow me to enjoy my other main passion for travel. The school holidays are very generous and swimming teaching and coaching can be pretty flexible!


The name of this blog often leaves people asking; “what on earth does that mean?”, I’ve become so used to his response that I laugh about it and I’ve now got the story of the origin of “The Wandering Broski” down to a tee!

I was with my best friend Connor, pacing his front room trying to think of a name for this blog. I decided on “The Wandering Something” I just didn’t know what that something was! Now a bit of a backstory is needed here; Connor is half Polish and I am a quarter, and we joke around making English names sound polish; Connor is Connishko and I am Michaelishko. We also call each other “bro” a fair amount, so it kind of made sense to name it “TheWanderingBroski”, Broski being our stupid way of saying bro.

Enjoy x


66 thoughts on “About

  1. What’s up broski?! I love your perspective on life and making the most of it. I just started my own blog in hopes of sharing my experiences, as well (uploaded my first post today). Looking forward to following your adventures.

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  2. Thank you Michael for stopping by. I am also a Londoner just like you. ??Thank you for stopping by me today. Now that is already midnight in France, I will find time to read your blog tomorrow with a hot cuppa next to me. You have a great blog. I love it. Welcome to My Country Epoque!

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  4. Appreciate your stopping by food for fun for Brazilian Rice – thanks! Envy your travel. Don’t do much of it, but at least I can read about other places. Looks like I can do that here 🙂

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  5. Hi Michael . Thanks for following my blog and liking my post on Nashville . I so appreciate it when fellow bloggers enjoy my blog posts . I will definitely be following yours . Happy travels and keep on blogging .

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  6. I really like the name of your blog Michael, I wish I thought of something catchy that draws people in at the time when I was thinking of a name. Pretty cool your traveling the world like a legend! Look forward to checking out the rest of your adventures

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  7. Hi Michael! Happy to have found your blog! I love the layout, the style the content…everything! I’ve read some of your posts and I can’t wait to read more! I’m a travel lover too (living in London at the moment!) so I’m definitely looking forward to following you 🙂

    Lisa | http://www.fromdreamtoplan.net/

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  8. I like the sound of your blog. I look forward to reading more. You need to go to Greece! In the summer we live on our yacht in Greece and float around the Greek islands. We’ve been to 42 so far…… we’re back in England for a few months now, to catch up with family and friends.

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  9. Hi Michael, nice to meet you and find your blog (came here via A Wandering Memory) which so far looks awesome. Look forward to reading more of your adventures. Cheers from a wonder lusting travel loving woman from down under. 😊


  10. Hi,
    I met you through Dan Ray. I like to travel too. I almost had a travel blog.
    Congratulations on being Danny’s featured blogger. I was his featured blogger also.
    Maybe you can check out my blog if you need a blogging tip or two. That’s what I block about.

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  11. Found your blog via “A Wondering Memory.” Will be adding this to my ever growing Blogroll. LOL! Looking forward to reading more of your travel stories.


  12. Just in a funny aside: If you look at the airplane picture from a different perspective, the wing looks like a giant nurse shark swimming by through the air! Sharknado! Sorry ’bout the double post earlier; I didn’t think the first went through.


  13. Dude, you have, by far, one of the best travel blogs on here! I did some snoopin’ and you give the realest advice when it comes to backpacking! This is pretty essential for future vagabonds, like myself, so don’t stop posting! 🙂


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