Soldiers from two nuclear super power engaging in a bizarre and hostile standoff every day. This is my detailled photo report from both sides of the line.
From Panama to Palestine, in 2017 I travelled to some fascinating places once again. Check out my year’s highlights and learn more about my plans for 2018!
A detailled account of me trying to reach a giant burning hole in the middle of nowhere in the Karakum desert in Turkmenistan.
Belarus, one of the least visited countries in Europe, now allows for 5-day visa free travel. Check out my bucket list to see what cool things there are to do in the capital Minsk!
People from all over Belarus brought a handful of soil from their village, ultimately making a 35-meter high hill. On top they built an incredible memorial.
A mighty show of military force, you would almost think the Cold War in Belarus never ended. Check out these pictures to see for yourself.
These pictures reveal the gripping lifestyle in one the world’s poorest yet truly fascinating countries. You may find some images disturbing.
Abandoned and scarred by civil war, this beer brewery is the oldest in the Middle East and lays hidden in a quiet residential neighbourhood in Beirut.
A neighbourhood where everyone is welcome, except the police. Exarcheia is a stronghold of the anti-establishment movement, located in the Greek capital Athens.
While looking back on some good travelling in 2016, I am revealing my adventure plans for the upcoming year.
I have continued my quest to find for you the most amazing and inspiring route ideas. Can you guess which ones they are?
Running into border issues or missing out on a country’s most beautiful attraction. Some prime examples of things that cannot always be planned the way you want it.
Blown up engines, broken tires, broken clutch, doors falling off, broken suspension: you name it and probably it happened.
The world’s toughest men on horseback fighting over a dead goat! Kok-Boru is a dangerous sports played only in Central Asia.
In an almost forgotten corner of the world there is a lot to discover. See how I travelled in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.
You may call it disaster tourism. Weeks after it happened I went to see what it was like at the site of the 2015 Beirut bombings, deep inside a Hezbollah stronghold.