About the Nomad - TWENTY FIRST CENTURY NOMAD

TWENTY FIRST CENTURY NOMAD

TWENTY FIRST CENTURY NOMAD

Hello there, I’m Steve.

Welcome to Twenty First Century Nomad.

For almost twenty years I’ve been a world traveler, living life and learning all I can about anything and everything, myself included. I created this website / blog last year in order to share some of what I’ve discovered, discuss my thoughts and feelings about some of the places I have visited and things I’ve done, and also to practice & develop my writing as I follow my dream of being a novelist. There’ll be a lot of pretty pictures, too, as I showcase my photography brand, @ Steven Moore Photography, with a few tales of adventure and misadventure along the way.

I hope you’ll join me on my continuing journey in the pursuit of everything.

Cheers, Steve.

 

 

20 Comments

  • Reply July 17, 2017

    Bailey

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and I will
    be waiting for your next post thank you once again.

  • Reply October 4, 2014

    christine

    Twenty years of traveling? That sounds amazing!

    • Reply October 13, 2014

      mogsaway@hotmail.com

      Hi.

      Twenty years…so far. It’s in my blood, and I’ll never stop. As Michael Palin once said, ‘Travel is an incurable disease, and one we don’t want cured,’ or something like that.

      Cheers.

  • […] them get started on a chic adventure of their own! To read more about the Chic Adventurer, click here. And take a look below. Pretty damn chic, right? Leslie, I mean, not […]

  • Reply February 20, 2014

    Rusha Sams

    What a great life you are living, and I’m interested in seeing the world through your eyes. Thanks for following my blog, Oh, the Places We See. It means a lot that a fellow traveler wants to know what others see! http://ohtheplaceswesee.com

    • Reply February 20, 2014

      Steven

      Hey Rusha, and you’re welcome. It’s always great to see things from a new perspective.

      Have a great day, and check back soon.
      Steve.

  • Reply February 19, 2014

    Candia

    Thanks for liking and following my posts. Look forward to seeing more of your work too.

    • Reply February 19, 2014

      Steven

      You’re welcome, and thanks for stopping by my blog. Hope you like it.

  • Reply January 26, 2014

    MaldivesDreamer

    Your blog is beautiful 🙂

    • Reply January 26, 2014

      Steven

      Thanks very much. I love the photos on your blog, too. I love to dive myself, but have never taken a camera down with me. Maybe next time?
      Cheers.

  • Reply November 16, 2013

    honeydidyouseethat?

    I’ve been to Australia a couple of times, but never made it to Darwin. Found your blog through Lesley Carter.

    • Reply November 17, 2013

      Steven

      Cool, thanks, and a great idea by Lesley, right?
      Darwin is an underrated place…loads of outdoorsy stuff and exciting adventures that I’ll be documenting in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, and thanks for stopping by.

  • Reply September 7, 2013

    gallivance.net

    Hi Steve,

    Thanks so much for following along this past week as we asked our Readers to help us pick photos for the Capture the Colour Photo Contest.

    We truly love your wonderful blog and your gorgeous photography, so we wanted to invite you to join us in the fun quest. We are posting our final submission tomorrow (Saturday September 7) and you will see that we have nominated you to submit.

    Please participate at whatever level you like. We just wanted you to know that we think your blog is a joy! 🙂

    All the best, Terri and James

    Here are the links to our post titled Capture the Colour 2013 and the contest.

    http://gallivance.net/

    http://www.travelsupermarket.com/c/holidays/capture-the-colour/

  • […] The third one is Steve(n) Moore who was a former English teacher here in South Korea and inspirational traveller and talented writer who I’ve been fortunate enough to have a beer with whilst honouring/disgracing Liam Gallagher with renditions of Songbird at Purple Haze. He is currently writing and living in Thailand and I would highly recommend the readings of a true nomadic traveller.  His page can be found at http://twentyfirstcenturynomad.com/about/ […]

  • Reply August 4, 2013

    Generation Passport

    Steven,

    Thanks for putting the badge up! The post will be up tomorrow morning (for me that is)– about 9.00 o’clock A.M. NYC time.

    I think it is hilarious that Leslie, you and me all use the “Oxygen Theme” from WordPress.

    I think it is my best edit yet. We’ll see what you think of it tomorrow.

  • Reply July 31, 2013

    Kavita Joshi

    nice to meet you Steven

    • Reply July 31, 2013

      Steven

      Thanks, Kavita. I read your posts with interest. I lived in Sydney for 6 months many years back, and I love that city, and Australia in general. Cheers.

      • Reply July 31, 2013

        Kavita Joshi

        Awe that is so sweet of you to say Steven…yes, Australia is a nice country and I am trying to see more of this place at the moment…hope to hear more about your adventurous travel 🙂 And I think I want to travel like you in future so you are like an ideal I can aim to be like…

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