CrikeyJul 30, 20104 Comments
Mining work is an interesting yet inconvenient way to see the country. I once received a phone call from a certain engineering firm, asking if I wanted to fly up to Darwin for a one-month shutdown in Kakadu. The pay was a bit less than what I’d become used to, but having never been to the Northern Territory I decided that it was a good opportunity to see the countryside.
Amber JamiesonJul 25, 2010
I've been lucky enough to visit New York twice now, both times renting apartments on Craigslist from private owners, who have moved out of t
CrikeyJul 23, 20101 Comment
Scott BridgesJul 21, 20104 Comments
Back at the house we once again took our place on the courtyard porch, drank more tea, and waited for dinner. By this stage I was feeling about as relaxed and content as I can remem
Scott BridgesJul 18, 20106 Comments
So, I got the hell out of Tehran. There's still loads more there I'd like to see but I needed to get out of the big city and get somewhere calmer, and I've scheduled two days to finish
CrikeyJul 16, 20107 Comments
The best advice I got so far is that everyone tells white lies. Especially when it comes to lodging forms with the government, writes Paul Johannessen.
Scott BridgesJul 15, 20103 Comments
Seriously, in just three days the people of Iran have won the friendliest, most generous nationality on earth competition. Hands down.
Kevin O’FaircheallaighJul 14, 20102 Comments
I have decided to develop a grand unifying theory of Asia. It'll be easy, right?