Posts Tagged ‘Libya

Pure adventure; Our True Motivation by Christy Henchie

 What is really a true explorer or adventurer? In my work I come across many different types, but seldom what I figure […]

The Big Waiting Game

It is exactly a week before my plane leaves for the Gulf. No visa yet. I am waiting to hear from the angel in Sanaa. I am also waiting to do all the other things which has to be done before leaving. Getting the dollars needed. Learning how to use …

Life after the Big Adventure by Kyle Henning

What is the future of exploration? Who are the young new adventurers and explorers? I try, as often as time and my […]

The Post-Gaddafi Future by Justin Marozzi

One of the main worries I have had after the in many ways extremely positive developments in the Middle East, is what […]

John Hare – Voices of Exploration

Voices of Exploration – An ever-expanding database of exclusive monthly interviews with the world’s leading explorers. Regardless of where we were born, […]

After Gaddafi: A New Libya Emerges by Justin Marozzi

The first time I came across Justin Marozzi he sent me a set of questions for a book to be, Faces of […]

African Hoofprints, 5 years on horseback through Africa

I have never really understood why great journey´s by horse doesn´t get more global attention than they do. This article below here […]

Bahrain; protests seen from the other side

“The Arab World is going crazy!” a very good friend of mine wrote from Oman; “Even here in Oman. I mean, back in […]

Mohamed Bouazizi shakes the Arab World

Gaddaffi is still in around, but no doubt on his way out. Amazing I think. Who would have thought that only 3 […]