The Romanian Redeye

The Romanian Redeye

The Romanian Redeye Two uniformed police officers slouch at the other end of the ruby-red interior first-class carriage, tapping screens diligently they half-listen to four Hungarian ticket officers telling stories of ticket-touts and stowaways. They all laugh...
Salt to Amman

Salt to Amman

From Salt to Amman by foot. Accidently. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; a country universally known for Petra (the rose-stoned capital of the Nabateans) and the third Indiana Jones movie. Seasoned travelers amoung you will also associate Lawrence of Arabia, the hijaz...
Camel Spiders by night

Camel Spiders by night

Camel spiders by night A family of donkeys were eyyorring on the mountain side of the Wadi, fun for 10 minutes and just plain annoying for the rest of the day. Scouring ancient Broze field systems for pottery shards, flint and anything else the winter floods bought...
Stuck In The Mud

Stuck In The Mud

Stuck In The Mud With Bear and Ralph Somewhere back on the outskirts of the jungle I crossed a desolate rail track, the civilization of the twin iron-girders an eternity away as I finally hit the off-road on Mayday, a jet-black 125cc scooter. We slipped along...
Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Magnificence encapsulated by hand-worked-stone Colonnades corral the time-beaten fascia of Cambodia’s most revered treasure, the faces of all-powerful Hindu gods now weathered away leaving raw stone and scaffolding in their wake. Thousands of pale white eyes...
Shooting Bokor

Shooting Bokor

An aging concrete ‘theme park’ on the brink of something new Nothing remains here except the stark battered concrete shells of mansions and churches eroded by time. Surrounded by dense rain cloud, isolated from humanity and miles from the nearest...

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