Mid-century-modern, brutal, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, and completely abandoned…
Minsk is a surreal post-Soviet city where everyone lives inside a hellish collective nightmare and you can’t seem to awaken them.
Once upon a time, getting to this secretive Iranian village was really difficult.
Three days in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, walking on the core of a nuclear reactor, a picnic inside a remote church within the off-limits radioactive fallout area, AND NOTHING WENT WRONG.
Really, nobody needs to travel for two-thousand days just to have a good time.
Dirty, shabby, there aren’t any tourists, and animals are constantly being whipped – Giza – the neighbourhood of the pyramids.
Touring through Iran is not like visiting Disneyland, but it’s definitely safer.
Strangely, Minsk remains unchartered and unknown to most tourists – despite Belarus officially being awarded “Drunkest Country in the World”…
Five minutes after arriving in the former capital city of Almaty, Kazakhstan, I was being detained inside a windowless police cell.
Do you really need to know a guy named “Petro” to get inside?