Africa, Tunisia, Tunis, flight, plane, air

What Revolution? Five Days in Tunisia

I visited Tunisia between the two terrorist attacks of 2015; just a few days after gunmen opened fire on tourists in the Bardo Museum in Tunis, killing over 20 people, and just three months before at least 37 people were massacred on a hotel beach in Sousse. It was my first time on the African continent.

Armenia, Ani, Kars, Turkey, Anatolia, history, hitchhiking

Hitchhiking Ancient Armenia

It’s the middle of December and we’re taking the longest road possible from the North-East to the South-West corner of Anatolia, through East Turkey, or North Kurdistan, or Western Armenia – depending on who you’re speaking to.

Soggy Hippies in Armenia

Peace in the Middle-East Rainbow Gathering, Armenia, July, 2013 The 2013 Peace in the Middle-East Rainbow Gathering is being held in Armenia. The timing is perfect. I get a ride from Yerevan with some Rainbow folk. We drive out of the city and head north, past a crispy clear Lake Sevan, and into Dilijan, the…