At times, the entire World Travel Market felt like Burning Man. Different camps and different parties. Fantastic.
I left Morocco again, flew intoMadrid before heading to Frankfurt, Germany then to Dublin. From Dublin, I flew to Canada where I hitched across the country with about $2, found work in the USA, flew back to Dublin, then went to Belgium and from there back to Morocco.
Much to my surprise, what I had thought would be a sort of never ending, round the world holiday, had suddenly become mired down in love –
There are plenty of things that make Brussels a great place and it’s probably not those stuffy EU suits going about their dull business. Instead it’s the things you don’t have to avoid in the street. Belgian waffles, great beer, and of course, the beautiful comic art murals that grace the sides of buildings that are centuries old.
Traveling around the world in eighteen days, Andy Davies, took nine flights and six trains in nine incredible countries. Along the way he took hundreds of photographs and captured the essence of these places.