My Epic railway journey Part 2 – The unexpected illegal passage to Russia

We were on the move again after a brief but enjoyable stay in Mongolia. Our next stop was Irkutsk along the Trans-Siberian Railway. Excited about what’s in store for us in the next few days, my friend Choi and I were also a little anxious about our passage to Russia. The night before, he had… Read More My Epic railway journey Part 2 – The unexpected illegal passage to Russia

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Ignorance is bliss – Sailing the Saronic

I think the boldest travel decision my friends and I have ever made was to charter a yacht, something average budgeted travelers like us wouldn’t normally consider as an option. We wanted to enjoy Greece by sailing its islands and originally set to go on a small and intimate cruise on a motorsailer, but the schedules didn’t work… Read More Ignorance is bliss – Sailing the Saronic

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A stunning ancient rose red city

Located amid dessert canyons and mountains and once the urban and religious centre of the Nabateans, Petra was hidden to the western world until the early 1800s when a European traveler, disguised as a Bedouin, infiltrated the area. Fast-forward 2012, when I finally made it there. Excited to make another check off my bucket list,… Read More A stunning ancient rose red city

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