Mostly, just an unconventional bribe and Vodka filled travellers tale, taking place on a train somewhere between the ancient post-Soviet lands of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. With some helpful tips, I guess.
This, from one of only two people in the world who have ever experienced a six week vacation in Bishkek – the unique central Asian capital of Kyrgyzstan.
Come for the outlandish communist propaganda, stay for the nostalgia. Soviet-era art from Bishkek’s State History Museum. So good, I’ve already visited twice.
Putin Pub vs Obama Bar and Grill? An unlikely new cold war begins in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. But this time, it’s all about the alcohol and spicy buffalo wings.
Albania should be the biggest thing in European Tourism. It isn’t. Even Albanians are staying away. But, adventurous tourists are starting to trickle in. Why? Take a look…
The world needs another “my travel plans” article, about as much as we need another American mother dressing their five year old daughter like a hooker. And yet, here we are.
I’m entering my third year of long term travel around the world. This article outlines how I afford it. Keywords: millionaire, street photography, donuts, not donuts.
The 1990’s was a devastating time to be in Yugoslavia. War and economics combined, creating a set of abandoned buildings that now have become tourist attractions…