Sarajevo trip report
Hobo code, a nomad on the Appalachian Trail, living in hotels, and more travel reads.
DUBAI - The last time I was in Dubai it was too hot to go to the beach (which is for months at a time here). To make up for that trip I’ve been to two beaches this week. It felt good to put my feet on a sandy beach again.
Being in one place for a few weeks has been good after the pace of travel of the last few months. I’m now catching up on my Balkans trip reports, though at this rate I will have Dubai posts by the end of the year.
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“The joys—and absurdities—of finding oneself abandoned in a desolate landscape.”
“M.J. Eberhart, known by his trail name, hiked into Dalton, Mass., on Sunday and became the oldest known person to hike the more than 2,000 miles of trail from Georgia to Maine.”
“Rail riders past and present leave messages for each other, but not the ones you’ve probably heard about.”
One of the articles featured in the latest edition of Europe Rail News.
• I wish I could sleep on planes…
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