Posts Tagged ‘siberia

The Long Walk, did it ever happen?

*Due to a new exciting article which has never been published in English about The Long Walk, I am republishing four articles […]

The Long Walk; What Is The Truth?

I first read The Long Walk; A True Story Of A Trek To Freedom By Slavomir Rawicz as preparation for my Kolyma Expedition […]

100 000 have viewed Extreme Cold Travel on Youtube

I am surprised more than anything of the interest in this little pilot done by Yura Stepanovich and Egor Petrovich Makarov during […]

2014; Finding your innerwolf

I am writing this the 26th of January 2014, almost 10 months after I had this overwhelming experience described below. I had […]

Expedition Dead Road 1953-2013 by Tomasz Grzywaczewski

The bang of the rifle shot tears the silence of the taiga. Dima, without any hesitation, kills a big black rooster. After […]

Siberia; Lesson from the extreme cold

Extreme cold, how it affects human beings and the difference between the local Eveny and domesticated non native people (like an explorer). […]

Shamans; Do They Exist?

Lessons learned from Siberia 2013: I met two people with the power, none of them wanted to call themselves shamans, ut others […]

The Long Walk, The Documentary

“I didn´t want to get close enough, because of the size of it”, says Witold Glinski to the interviewer from his home […]

Book Review; Maybe By Alex Hibbert

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

Travel Is A State Of Mind; Railroad Recuperation By Helen Lloyd

It was in 2005 that I first planned to travel the Trans-Siberian train across Russia. But sometimes, things don’t work out the […]

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