Dave Stamboulis (Facebook Page) is a global nomad who spent seven years traveling 40,000 kilometers around the world by bicycle. His book Odysseus Last Stand chronicles that journey. Dave resides in Bangkok, Thailand, where he works for magazines, newspapers, and stock agencies as a freelance photojournalist. His quest for stories and images in off the beaten track places has taken him to spots such as Borneo, Ethiopia, Bolivia, and other way out locations, often reached via bicycle, kayak, or on foot. you can check out his work at www.davestamboulis.com and his most recent photography at his Flickr.
Story and Photos by Dave Stamboulis While most first time visitors to Hanoi make a beeline to the atmospheric Temple of Literature or join the masses queuing up for a glimpse of Uncle Ho at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, I prefer…
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Story and Photos of Kochi by Dave Stamboulis Travelers often get confused over the various names given to Kerala’s port city of Kochi. The city used to be known as Cochin, and internationally as Fort Cochin, which is actually the name of…
The World Through a Photographer’s Lens: Yunnan China rFom high mountains to traditional cultures, Yunnan Province is probably SE Asia’s best kept secret 1) The peaks of Kawa Karpo are worshiped by the Tibetans and considered to be the second most holy mountain…
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Prague is a staggeringly beautiful gem of a city full of architectural wonders, an open air UNESCO World Heritage museum in which over 1500 of the city’s 3500 buildings have been appointed as cultural monuments.
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Sri Lanka has been in the shadows for a long time. The tiny island, referred to often as “The Teardrop of India,” due to its shape and proximity to the neighboring giant, has suffered for what seems like an eternity.
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