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My Saharan Stupidity

THE scorching Saharan sunshine is beating down upon me as I stumble, for 1.5 hours, barefoot, through Africa’s famed desert. Lawrence of Arabia, I am not. 958 more words


Postcard from Morocco

MARHABI from Morocco where I am currently on assignment. Tomorrow I’ll be heading via camel into the Sahara Desert, 7km from the Algerian border. I’ll be back soon with plenty of travel tales from my Moroccan adventure. 31 more words


Exploring Vietnam in 14 Days with Intrepid Travel: A Photo Blog

Day 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Got scammed by two cyclo-rickshaw drivers. You know what? Even though they charged us AU $100, instead of their promised AU $10, we had a great time. 767 more words


Things I learnt about Iran

Nuclear programme. Religious dictatorship. Axis of Evil. Some of the things that might spring to mind when (Western) people think of Iran. I certainly got a reaction when I said I was going on holiday to Iran. 1,148 more words


The Canadian Rockies- why haven't you been?!

Canada’s rockies are like any other mountainous destination… said no one ever.

Having explored my fair share of mountain ranges (European,South Korean and Japanese alps, Cascade, Scottish highlands, Dolomites, american rockies, yellow mountains in china, you get the point) not one comes close to the Canadian rockies. 785 more words

What it’s like to visit Kisenyi, the largest slum in Kampala

I will never forget this raw encounter.

Stepping into the largest slum in Kampala, Kisenyi, is a sight to behold.  It is a city jungle of sorts but forget the concrete.   133 more words


Sri Lankan Odyssey: Photographs into a Far-off, Island Paradise

The dream was to be paid to travel the world. I was 21, in Ghana at the time, when I made the promise to myself. To photograph and explore distant lands. 156 more words