Lonely Planet warns that “no sensible person ventures into the fierce firestorm of heat that blankets the Sahara from June to early September.” Our only option was July. Luckily, I take the sun very well… said nobody ever.
China is as mad as a bag of cats, which coincidentally is a delicacy in some parts of the country, and I loved it. China, not the feline food offerings. One of the crazier adventures during our three week trip there involved walking along the so called “Plankroad in the Sky.”
Getting drunk in North Korea is like anywhere else. You drink, get drunk, hangover follows. The stages are all the same. There are a few quirks though. Continue reading “North Korea & Alcohol: What We Learned”
It’s hard to know what to expect when travelling to North Korea. Could Kim Jong-un fire a nuclear missile? Could the US decide to invade and topple the regime? All potential scenarios worth considering. I wasn’t expecting, however, that one of the locals would be a big Westlife fan.
So I’ve decided to start a travel blog.