The ‘arab world’ Category

Yemen: Watch the Price Of Bread, Watch It Closely By Kyle Anthony Foster

Shots rang out in the night, three short bursts, -pop-pop-pop- and then silence.  I sat up in bed and edged myself toward […]

Need Help To Do An Expedition?

Have you always nurtured a dream doing an Expedition that will change your life for the better? An Expedition that will create […]

Jason Lewis: Excerpt from his new book Seed Buried Deep

Highway 50, Pueblo, Colorado. September 10, 1995 A mile up the road from where I lay, legs horribly broken, a battered Nissan […]

The Yemen Documentary; An International Update

“I must tell you – your film is amazing! Indeed, you paint a picture of Yemen that is refreshing, vitalistic – quite […]

Documentary Film Review: Into the Empty Quarter By Leon McCarron and Alastair Humphreys

Just by chance, yesterday I ended up watching Ben Fogle and James Cracknell going into the Empty Quarter on BBC. I also […]

Civil War in Sanaa; A report from Haykal Bafana

Being in the capital of a country on the verge of an all-out civil war is a strange experience. The last 3 […]

Book Review; The Nomad´s Path By Alistair Carr

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Sir Ahmed Mohammed Hassanein; Judging the Rewards of Failure By CuChullaine O´Reilly

The topic of “failure” is of vital importance to those of us who participate and study the ancient art of exploration. And […]

Yemen; The Crossing of Al Mahra

“I have to get out of this heat!” Tanya screamed. “I can’t stand it! I will die out here!”  My thermometer showed […]

Yemen; The Flawed Media Narrative By Atiaf Zaid Alwazir

Reading mainstream media, one imagines that AQAP has taken over the entire country and that most Yemenis are militants Imagine the following: […]

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