The following are what I consider to be the most memorable experiences of my full-time travels, based on entirely subjective and changing criteria (with a bias for the original).
1. North Korea. My incredible visit to this mysterious country, in 7 parts:
Travelling to North Korea? Yes you can!
Is North Korea such a strange country? Most of the time, not really.
Is North Korea such a strange country? Sometimes, they are absolute FREAKS!
Sightseeing in Pyongyang: marble, marble and more marble.
Outside Pyongyang: driving around North Korea.
The Greatest Show on Earth: Pyongyang’s Mass Games!
Having fun in North Korea: roller coasters, microbreweries, bowling, Celine Dion karaoke, dog soup, movie studios and rice wine, lots of it!
2 – Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression, Part I: The Lava Lake of the Erta Ale Volcano.
3 – Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression, Part II: The Acid Lakes of the Dallol Volcano.
4 – My visit to the most remote inhabited settlement in the World, Tristan da Cunha: Part I, Part II, Part III.
5 – Canoe trip down the Zambezi River, Zambia-Zimbabwe border.
6 – Namibia’s Sossusvlei: climbing some of the highest – and oldest – sand dunes in the World.
7 – Camping in Etosha National Park, Northern Namibia.
8 – Amid the pirates of the Gulf of Aden: the lost world of Socotra Island, Yemen.
9 – Camper van road trip on New-Zealand’s North Island.
10 – How I became an illegal immigrant – a tale of corruption in South Africa.