• Adventure Travel
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Mostar, Stari Most bridge Jump

    2010-10-11 Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina 1991 saw the deterioration of Yugoslavia following the pressures of economic hardship, ethnic conflict, and incendiary Serbian President Milosevic.  Bosnia declared independence in 1992 and the region disintegrated into a bitter civil war for the next three years. In 2010 I spent several months traveling through Kosovo, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia […]

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  • North Korea – Pyongyang, Mysteries & Secrets of a Reclusive Nation’s Capital

    Pyongyang Subway Mysteriousness A surprising highlight of our journey was the Pyongyang subway, which was both exciting and mysterious. Only in North Korea is the subway thrilling.  At 110 metres (360 ft) it’s one of the deepest in the world, apparently designed to double as a bomb shelter.  The station was bustling with people as […]

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  • Lesotho, Sani Pass – Self driving one of the world’s most dangerous roads in the World, from Lesotho into South Africa

    Sani Pass - Lesotho to South Africa Self Drive. Photo: Brandon Cox - Nothing Declared

    Lesotho, Sani Pass – Self driving one of the world’s most dangerous roads from Lesotho into South Africa First: Don’t do what we did!  In retrospect, its insanity! At the Roof of Africa lies the narrow Sani Pass, an infamously steep “4×4 only” winding high mountain pass connecting the eastern edge of Lesotho and South […]