f you start a conversation about either Eudoxus or Cyzicus – you are likely to immediately asked Who? What? or Huh?
Not only the father of history but of anthropology, and one can equally (but not so forcefully) argue he is the father of all travel writers and vagabonds.
Explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton was quite possibly the greatest vagabond in history. In his lifetime he lived diverse cultures, broke boundaries, and did most of it without much in the way of resources or travel money.He is this week’s Extraordinary Vagabond.
A trip to Egypt has been something I’ve dreamed about since I was a child and watched excitedly on television as they explored the Treasures of Tutankhamun on National Geographic in the 1970’s.
Beirut is definitely 21st century, but take a trip outside this bustling metropolis, and centuries of history come into view.
I haven’t been to every hotel in the world. I haven’t even been to every country in the world, but these are my favorite hotels in the world. It is based solely on where I have been and stayed…If you’d like me…
At times, the entire World Travel Market felt like Burning Man. Different camps and different parties. Fantastic.
As usually happens when I catch any flight to Morocco, and I can only assume as happens whenever you mix Moroccans and airplanes – chaos ensued.
An accidental trip to Egypt and the worst hotel in the world. Maybe.
I’m not sure why, but I thought it would be very cheap to buy souvenirs and a small gold necklace for my wife in Egypt.
Follow the money and it leads to defense contractors. The hate groups are their unpaid laborers.
Without at least a bit of uncertainty, I find that life and travel don’t hold much interest.I’m still not certain about the ladies hats displayed like flowers….
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.