If there is a modern day heir to the great traveler/scholar Ibn Batutta – I would say that Francis Tapon is the guy.
Serbia wasn’t the only place I’ve been accused of being a spy. It could be that it just comes along with the name Bond. Vago Bond. In fact, I’ve even had some of my closest friends ask me on the down low if I am in fact a spy.
Tesla himself was a U.S. citizen and died in New York City where he was working on a way to create ‘free energy’ which conspiracy theorists believe was sabotaged by the electricity companies.
To celebrate Halloween I offer you some of the odd and scary things I have found in my travels this year from monsters to concentration camps.
I will probably be executed by Serbs for this, but I couldn’t help feeling a little bit of admiration for the Turks when I learned the story of the Skull Tower in Nis, Serbia. It is called Cela Kula in Serbian which means…”Skull Tower”.
Here’s a fun video I put together that hits some of the video I shot on my travels during 2009-2012 in Serbia, South Korea, England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Turkey, Egypt, and a whole bunch of other places – I wasn’t real sure what to do with these so I proudly present to you –…
Belgrade is more than a gritty city filled with bad graffiti and dog turds.
Travel is about seeing things that broaden your experience and
while I’ve never had any desire to see a Nazi Concentration Camp as either a victim or a tourist, when I found out that there was one in Nis, I decided it was important to visit. Plus, it felt in keeping with the whole creepy vibe my trip to Serbia had taken.