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!
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.
These pictures reveal the gripping lifestyle in one the world’s poorest yet truly fascinating countries. You may find some images disturbing.
While looking back on some good travelling in 2016, I am revealing my adventure plans for the upcoming year.
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.
Christiania is a self-proclaimed state in the heart of Copenhagen. It’s notorious for its rampant cannabis trade controlled by biker gangs and off-limits for Danish authorities.
Tirana is a city of many faces. Learn about my 12 findings after I spent about two weeks inside Albania’s capital.
As soon as I packed my bags, I already regretted leaving. These are 10 amazing places I wish I had stayed at much longer!
High up on the hills, nestled in the snowy pines, lays the abandoned bobsleigh track of the Sarajevo 1984 Winter Olympics. Scarred by the battle of the Bosnian war, it now only attracts just a handful of people per day.
Iran is not the average travel destination and remains shrouded in mystery. Read 7 things I learned from my trip to this amazing country.
Ship-breaking is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. I gained exclusive access to this obscure world of ship-recycling.
Welcome to Transnistria: a frozen-conflict separatist breakaway state of Moldova not recognised by any country in the world. A place where people consider themselves Soviet citizens more than anywhere else in the world.