My travel articles have been inspired from almost every corner of the world – just South America to go! Some are long, some short, but all written based on the people I’ve met, the sights I’ve seen, and predicaments I’ve found myself in.

I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I’ve enjoyed writing them. Please comment and share your thoughts with me!

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Swaziland – Guest Blog by George

by George Vernon Hunt I’m sure very few people could locate Swaziland on a world map. It may be one of the smallest countries in Africa, but this…

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Five Exceptional Destinations To Visit

Inspired by the Mongol Rally, here are five destinations you should really consider for your next trip away. Get off the beaten track and make some…

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16 Tips to Take Better Photos

Photography is a great hobby, and learning to take better photos can be incredibly rewarding! It doesn't matter whether you're shooting on an iPhone…

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Drama to the Finish line – Mongol Rally Week 7

Judith groaned. She was as stationary as George’s daily attempt to reverse and, she looked sad, really sad. Her normal positive go-get-em attitude…

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The Mongol Rally in Pictures – Our Top Picks!

One of the only enjoyable parts of returning from the Mongol Rally is having the opportunity to review the 3,000 pictures we took! Here are our…

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Mongolia Begins – Mongol Rally Week 6

Out of sprawling, characterless cities of deep Siberia, the Altai region bordering Mongolia warmed our impressions of Russia. Endless flatland rose…

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The Pamir Highway – Mongol Rally Week 5

Afghanistan was a literal stones throw away. A 40 metre wide river fenced the border, with just enough space on the Tajikistan side for the single…

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And the mountains begin – Mongol Rally Week 4

The sun rose behind our tent, illuminating the land mine signs that bordered the narrow road we’d camped on. Ahead was Uzbekistan. Behind,…

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Into the Stans – Mongol Rally Week 3

22 hours after arriving at the Iranian border and smiles began to accompany stamps and opening padlocks. When traveling by car into Iran you not only…

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Istanbul to Iran – Mongol Rally Week 2

Sunday morning and as the Aya Sofia and Blue Mosque chimed their call for prayer we awoke to catastrophe. The area in which we were staying was a…

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How to get an Iran Visa

A year's worth of planning the Mongol Rally and most things were relatively easy to get sorted, but our Iran Visa was the last and perhaps hardest…

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Crossing into Turkey by car

….is no easy task. You'll need to see at least six different stamp-wielding border officials and wait around for at least three hours. Turkey by car…

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