• Adventure Travel
  • Afghanistan – Reflections

    Afghanistan is on a heartbreaking journey to stability though the price is often freedom. People  showered unimaginable kindness during my travels through a county oversaturated with incredible sights yet overshadowed by decades of war and violence. Despite this troubled past  and years spent living under a cloud of fear, stress and uncertainty they rise above to exude a palpable warmth and love on a traveler they have just met.

    It completely breaks my heart imagining what changes will come in the next ten years as the world chooses to mostly ignore Afghanistan.  A time when the country will fight its most important fight – the struggle to come to terms with a generational and ideological crossroads which will define success or set a path towards failure for future generations. 

  • 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 […]