Hello. My name is Peter Moore. I go on grand adventures and write about them.
I’ve been wandering the world since a life-altering encounter with the Big Nambas of Vanuatu, age 19. The Big Nambas wear nothing but a strategically wrapped red cloth. Some things never leave you. Never.
I’ve travelled overland from London to Sydney and made my way from Cape Town to Cairo by any means possible. I bought an old Vespa and rode it around Italy, twice.
Once I travelled around Central America with a girl I’d only just met.
In the process I’ve visited 102 countries, written six books and learned that the world may be a crazy place but default setting of humans is ‘Good.’
Welcome to my website.
Vroom by the Sea
The sunny parts of Italy on a bright Orange Vespa
Vroom with a View
In search of Italy‘s dolce vita on a ’61 Vespa
Swahili for the Broken-Hearted
Cape Town to Cairo by any means possible
The Full Montezuma
Around Central America with the Girl Next Door
The Wrong Way Home
London to Sydney the hard way
No Shitting in the Toilet
The travel guide for when you’ve really lost it
Calling upon lessons learned – and earned – on the road, I present talks, seminars and workshops to schools, universities, corporations and festivals.
Contact me for more details.