The border crossing by land from Egypt to Sudan is done either by boat once a week, or now by bus that also has about an hour ferry ride across the Nasser lake, which is beautiful. Buses leave very early in the morning 5 or 6am from Aswan (Egypt), to the border and crosses into... Continue Reading →
I arrived in Israel by land via Jordan, and honestly I wasn’t sure if they were going to let me in. At the very least I expected 6 hours of tough interrogation, as I heard is common in cases where Israel finds you suspicious. It’s not unheard of to have Israel immigration ask to see... Continue Reading →
The 26th month of my round the world trip was spent in Jordan, and here are the stories and pictures!
I left Istanbul (Turkey) on the cheapest flight I found to Lebanon which arrived in Beirut (the capital) that used to be called the "Paris of the Middle East" at the inconvenient hour of 2 am. I was extremely lucky that I have very good family friends in Lebanon, and I was even picked up... Continue Reading →
Months 18, 19, and 20 of the trip were amazing in beautiful and friendly Nepal. Trekking, national parks, spirituality and meditation and friendly people.
"Why would a guy who hates spiders choose to keep 11 in his bungalow bathroom? Did I make it to an Indian wedding? Did I not get woken up at my stop on the bus and find myself wandering a new city in the dark at 4am? For the answer to these, and more questions... Continue Reading →
Hitchhiking in Myanmar was an amazing adventure that included getting rides from Buddhist monks, pops stars, military guys, television news anchors, drunken farmers and even managed to have an altercation with a drunk highway police officer....that said, lets first hear about how I entered the country and how I spent my first few days in... Continue Reading →