Kai Aylward's articles - Exodus Travels' Experts
“Did you get ill then?” seems to be the first question that comes to mind when you tell people you’ve just come back from India. It may not be an actual medical condition but it seems as if everyone knows about the dreaded Delhi Belly. It was with that in my mind that I made the…
Evia is as far removed as you can get from the bucket and spade, beach and booze, Brits-abroad style package holiday Greece has become synonymous with. The second largest Greek island (after Crete) is only a short ferry-ride away from Athens, yet feels a million miles removed from the crowds and bustle of the capital….
Having lived in Kiruna, northern Sweden, as a child, I thought I’d pretty much seen it all when it comes to winter in an isolated cold environment. That was until I visited Iceland in December – when I realised I’d not seen the half of it. It may have been while I was traversing a…
Fresh out of university in 1998, Kai decided to take a general office admin role at Exodus “for a year” to pad out his CV a bit before getting a “real” job. Many years later, he’s still here, having caught the travel bug after hearing so much about all corners of the world from his colleagues. A love of South East Asia was cemented with a three month sabbatical there in 2006, followed by marriage to a Chinese Malaysian girl he met on holiday in Thailand. His Scandinavian background also means Kai is as happy in the snow as he is in jungles and beaches.