10 THINGS TO DO IN ROTTERDAM

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Wow, what a trip to Rotterdam! Right from stepping foot outside Rotterdam Central train station I immediately saw why this captivating city was voted Best in Travel 2016 – Top 10 City by Lonely Planet.... READ MORE

TOP 5 TRAVEL COMPETITIONS IN MARCH

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Since the start of the year I’ve been posting up new travel competitions daily at 12pm. If you’ve missed them then check any on the list links below to at 12pm each day to... READ MORE

AN INVITATION TO ROTTERDAM

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Today I’m flying to Europe’s Famous Hostels conference in Rotterdam. Meeting up with over 50 hostel owners from around the globe that apply the same high standard of service to their own Hostels. My... READ MORE

TRAVEL RESOURCES & BUDGET TIPS

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There’s a range of travel resources that I take for granted. There’s many sites I processes I go through that help me find the most suitable trip for the most affordable price. Although... READ MORE

THE AMAZING KARIJINI NATIONAL PARK

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Australia’s known for its amazing beach life and Uluru (Alice Springs) but it has way more to offer through it’s unbelievable Karijini National Park. We drove from Newman a town about 200km away,... READ MORE

Oscar’s Travel Blog & Photography

Chaos and travel a travel blog written by Oscar who lives a nomadic lifestyle on the road. His life is split between spending time with his young daughter in Germany and going adventures around the globe.

“There’s no quotes to describe me or the life I live. I’m just someone trying to live out all of my life’s passions which seem to include a never-ending list activities, places to see, people to meet, cultures to experience and a lifetimes worth of knowledge to gain.” 

Having lead a nomadic lifestyle since late 2010 Oscar didn’t start this travel blog until January 2015. Oscar had already quit his job as Senior Software Account Manager in London. Soon after quitting Oscar decided to make his passion a priority and created chaosandtravel.com as a travel blog to inspire other adventurers as well as to show off the beauty of the world.

“Becoming a digital nomad and working on the road seemed like a natural progression. Why spend time commuting to the same location just for work. Why not instead try commuting to new locations and still being able to work full-time?”

A constant theme for this travel blog is about trying to get away from the inflexible 9-5 working life so you can enjoy your favourite things on a regular basis whether that’s travelling, being with your family or chilling out on the sofa.


Let me know how you like the blog and feel free to comment on any post or to write me an email at any time.