Seedsman Blog

The end of a journey

Over the last 3 months of travel I have received incredible kindness, support and friendship from everyone I have met along the way. From my mountain man high up in the Himalayas and the family at the Panjtara...

Kampot – one of those special places

I always knew I was going to like Kampot, I had heard a lot of good stories from friends over the years. I wasn’t prepared for just how cool a place it was though. Many of the ex-pat locals had fled...

Lazy days in southern Cambodia

Over the next few days I took a bike and explored along the river side roads in every direction, there are a lot of great things to see from the rejuvenated pepper farms and salt beds to the farms and rice...

Category - Travel

From Chalal to Rasol

From Chalal the route to Rasol takes you up narrow pathways out of the village flanked by ancient walls and terraced fields full of fruit trees and vegetable plots. Fairly soon the walk turns into a climb and I started...

Pit stop at Chalal

Chalal is the waypoint to reach Rasol, much higher up in the valley behind so it’s a good place to stop and have a drink before the long hike up. Even if you are not intending to visit Rasol it’s well worth popping over...

Hash in Kasol

Nestled in the heart of the Parvati valley, Kasol, once the centre of the hippy and traveller community is a sleepy little place. Stretching along the valley floor alongside the Parvati river, huge pine trees dominate...

Travelling to The Parvati Valley

After a couple of days exploring old Delhi and getting over my jet lag, it’s time to head up into the mountains. It’s relatively easy to book a bus ticket and the pick-up points are easy to get to around the...

Delhi – First Impressions

A vast sprawling metropolis and the capital of India, Delhi is the home to more than 26.5 million people. It is one of the most interesting and culturally diverse cities in the world but will challenge even the most...

Travel & Cannabis – SeedsmanTravel

And So It Begins… Travelling and Cannabis, two of my greatest passions. For the last 23 years or so I’ve tried to mix the two together wherever possible. I’ve been to a lot of places over the years but the central...