It’s been a long time since I have ventured past the edge of our reality… and by that, I mean venture South from the US border. The Western Hemisphere seems to have a great divide, an ever-present “Us vs. Them” (or, more specifically, U.S. vs. Them) mentality. Tell someone North of the border that you’reContinue reading “Where Eagles Eat Snakes”
Tag Archives: Travel Writing
The Post-Soviet Road Back to Denmark
The week long adventure to Transnistria is coming to an end, and it’s time to get back to Denmark before work on Monday.
Exploring The Paradoxical Capital
Tiraspol, the capital of the unrecognized state of Transnistria, offers its guests one of the weirdest visits imaginable.
Driving to a Non-Existent Country
What do you do with a car and an extra week? Drive to Transnistria!
Yerevan offers a stark contrast from the rest of Armenia. When you go to any other city in Armenia, it will most certainly feel unlike anything else you’ve previously experienced. Most cities feel as though they have not been updated since the 1980’s. Megalithic brutal skeletons of Soviet decaying buildings loom over cities, casting shadowsContinue reading “Oppulent Yerevan”