or, trying to attempt an illegal holiday in paradise, gastro included.

Setting the scene

heading into November 2020, as the UK winter was rapidly approaching, it was about the usual time of the year during which I aggresively pursue once the months start to turn in London. This follows a…


Out of the incredible circumstances of 2020, in my mind at the least, one of the most important collective lessons we’ve all been made to confront is the fragility of life and that conversations about death has abruptly jostled its way to the forefront.

Our reluctance to honestly examine the…


2020, with one day left, is with out a doubt, the most difficult year I can remember. Although I have had some more personally challenging years, whether due to loss, finances or employment, this is beyond anything of a global scale that I have lived through. I do not intend…


We have arrived here in October 2020 now. I am still in London. Working and now studying.

The decision to look into some further study really started to take off in June at the time I was discussing an extension with Kubrick and I was considering what else would I…


“you can’t stop the waves but you can learn to surf”

I read an article that sparked my intent to write this entry. The authors premise was that the most important part of travel or returning from an event, such as a festival, is the journey back. Not the arrival…


Eight weeks have now passed in our new reality, and there has been little more to report on the COVID 19 situation. In the UK the incident continues to play out pretty much as previously. The government have provided some new guidelines based on the relative success of the lockdown…


thoughts on the year so far.

I brought the 2020 new year in with friends in Sydney, Australia, after an absolutely ripper day in which we went to the pub in the afternoon in Paddington, Sydney, where Ben’s mum lived.

We met at the before it closed for the day…


Group shot

Best man duties

On the first weekend of the March 2020 my brother, and his then fiance, Katrina got married at The Landing, a beautiful location just outside of the Masterton, New Zealand.

It’s fantastic for him and Katrina. To see him in such control and composed and handling things…


Reflections on 2019, and the winter of summer

I start writing this whilst waiting for my flight back to London in transit at a cafe in the airport in Melbourne. It’s been a goal of mine over the last several months to put aside time to document my thoughts in…


First thing this year I went on my second ever trip to Bali. But unlike the first time around I planned exploring further than Bali to some of the other Indonesian islands. Basically I wanted to delve deeper into the depths of the tourist trail to peak around the corner…

Sean Keenan

Curious, creative, larrikin. Born Australian, raised in London, Melbourne and New Zealand, now recording my journey through space & time

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