Evora, them bones them bones

Published in: Portugal | May 20th, 2005
Evora

Travel Journal Overview: Central Portugal, a great place to visit. Journal entries are still via hand. Famous for it’s chapel do osos (chapel of bones). Here’s a high quality photograph of the famous interior of chapel de ossos There’s actually a surprising amount to do in Evora, Portugal. From Toman ruins (above) to ancient aquaducts.… Continue reading more »

Lagos, little town on a little beach

Published in: Portugal | May 12th, 2005
Archways in Lagos, Portugal

Lagos, pronounced (laa – gus), was a unique place. By night a hotspot of quite bar life, by day a beach and sea town. Related Links on this website: Portugal country profile

Faro, it has beauty

Published in: Portugal | May 10th, 2005
Church in Faro

Travel Journal Overview: Like a lot of my first entries, they are hand written in my journal, not got around to putting them up here yet. Beautiful Church in Faro Faro did not offer up much. At least not at the time. Too caught up in freedom – I was. Nonetheless it is a beautiful… Continue reading more »

A head full of freedom, life starts in Portugal

Published in: Portugal | May 4th, 2005
My Laminated Map

Kicking things off on the overland travel search in 2005, Portugal. All journals were handwritten back then, so there’s not much here, bar this map!

Please read this before reading my Travel Journals

Published in: Website updates | March 9th, 2005

About my Travel Journals – 10 points of note: A lot of the earlier entries are written into my handwritten journals so they are not online. Older journal entries are rough and ready, take them as they are. If you start from the beginning you can witness the evolution of this online journal from notes,… Continue reading more »

Brasov, Translyvania – let me sleep damn it!

Published in: Romania | November 30th, -0001
Brasov

Travel Journal Overview: I was finally on my own. Two countries behind I knew one person, now for the long road ahead I would know no one. I was also entering into one of those childhood wish list places. Transylvania. My alarm sounded, we were approaching Brasov, and it was still pitch dark outside. I… Continue reading more »