Sometimes you meet the most interesting people in the most unexpected places. If you don’t look carefully, you may also miss something that is really important. I’ve found that to be true in many places that I’ve traveled to. Therefore, Bolivia should be no different. But is WAS different, mostly because of a very specialContinue reading “Bernardo: Hombre de Bolivia”
an account of a harrowing night I had in a foreign house of ill repute.
a solo bicycle trip from Tallinn through the islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa in western Estonia
An account of a memorable and fun 21 day camping trip in Namibia and Botswana with members from several countries who came together well as a group.
a tour of a sculptured forest in Argentina and how that project can serve as a model to bring communities together after the devastating effects of wildfire.
a brief overview of the Geography of Ukraine, with maps and graphs to help understand the culture and history of the region and how Geography helps shape cultural identity.
highlights the essence of what constitutes the land we call Mongolia and what that land has to offer to both the residents and visitors. Human and Natural history are outlined in this post
Stories of half a dozen times I’ve been close enough to spit on Russia, without ever actually setting foot on Russian soil. Includes walking, biking and driving up to the border and peeking across.
Traveling to Newfoundland on the last Falcon Fan Jet used by Federal Express. A weekend stopover in Sydney, Nova Scotia with some unexpected twists.
An account of a trip to the western side of the island of Newfoundland, with stops at Gros Morne NP , Blow-Me-Down Provincial Park, and L’anse Aux Meadows Norse Colony.