Vagabond Journey

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5th May 2009

I am a perpetual traveler on year 10 of my global journey. In this time, I have visited more than 45 countries on 5 continents, which include: Ecuador, Iraq, Syria, Albania, Peru, Morocco, Mongolia, Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, Panama, Mexico, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Greece, Turkey, Jordan, Israel, Uruguay, England, France, Spain, Ireland, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Nepal, India, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Egypt, Gibraltar, Portugal.

Throughout all of this, I publish a daily online travel magazine, the main sections of which are listed below:

Travelogue: www.vagabondjourney.com/travelogue
Photographs: www.vagabondjourney.com/photographs.html
Backpack Journalism: www.vagabondjourney.com/journalism
Travel Guide: www.vagabondjourney.com/travelguide
Travel Help: www.vagabondjourney.com/travelhelp
Book Reviews: Coming soon!

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Vagabond Journey's activity

  1. June 2009
  2. Vagabond Journey wrote a blog post Travelers Denied Entry to Egypt

    Chaya and I were now in a predicament -- a Catch-22 on the global chessboard of travel: We were refused entry to Egypt -- we could not move forward."

  3. May 2009
  4. Vagabond Journey wrote a blog post Taxi Travel Tip

    I like to enjoy the countries that I travel through and come away with good impressions of the people. Thus being, I try to take taxis as least often as possible."

  5. Vagabond Journey wrote a blog post Hasankeyf: Another ancient city to be destroyed in Turkey

    The history of Hasankeyf goes back 10,000 years. This is three times longer than the Giza pyraids, 10 times longer than Stonehenge, and makes the glorious civilizations of the Maya and Inca seem as if they were flourishing just yesterday. Hasankeyf is one"

  6. Vagabond Journey wrote a blog post Bedouin Tattoos

    Tattooing has long been a custom for both Bedouin men and women. Today, the old style can still be seen over the hands and faces of older men and women, and it is very common for young men to still get tattooed with modern designs on their upper and lower"

  7. Vagabond Journey wrote a blog post Border crossing to Iraq

    I crossed the Iraqi border at Zakho at around 10 am this morning. This was one of the most straight forward, comfortable, and easy borders that I have ever crossed."