Posts Tagged ‘kazakhstan

The Kazakh Diary 4th Report: Bigger And More Modern City On The Steppe

Yesterday the girls and me strolled slowly around our new neighborhood and suddenly realized two things, first, we live on the edge of […]

The Kazakh Diary 3rd post: Still In Awe and Freedom Feelings Coming From the Steppe

I wrote this from my heart yesterday: FREEDOM! On and off I get a whiff of true freedom. That feeling when you […]

The Kazakh Diary, 2 post: We have arrived and we feel very happy

We where so happy at arrival yesterday so we danced happily together! I believe we all felt that we had ended up in […]

The Kazakh Diary 1 post: Karaganda – Complete lack of knowledge

It is Saturday evening and my wife and the kids are sleeping, even though the time is just 8 p.m. They´re exhausted. Just […]

The Long Walk: Finding Mr Smith In Kazakhstan

I had to stop half way, when we left the cellar at the Museum of Memory of the Victims of Repression and […]

The Long Walk: An Update in December 2014

The mystery of The Long Walk is still alive. In average I have about 4000 readers a month who´s only interest is […]

The Fledgling Filmmaker – How I Got Started By Matthew Traver

Lately I’ve begun to notice my tendency to romantically idealise something and then just naïvely throw myself in to it. I often […]

Opinion; The challenge of Expedition translators and fixers By Arita Baajiens

Translators and fixers who mess up your expedition, it’s not something explorers and expedition leaders like to remind themselves of once the […]

Explore, Experience, Learn, Share – The Vision behind my expeditions by Roger Chao

Since I am married to an Asian-American my life has become not only so much better as regards to life as such, […]

Guest writer # 18 David Renwick Grant

I first came across this extra ordinary fellow called David Renwick Grant back in 1996 when I was planning my Patagonian trip […]

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