Monthly Archives: July 2011
Tommy Robin and our impossibly wonderful host Besa had a night out in Prizren last night and woke up here on top of the castle.
So we just realized the spot tracker isn’t working…looking to fix that in the morning. We had an INCREDIBLE few days in the Balkans, I hope the pictures below can show the warmth of the people and the beauty of … Continue reading
One of the big draws of the Mongol Rally is the incredulous stories that emerge from the teams who compete. After your car dies in the middle of nowhere, a Tajik farmer you coincidentally come across happens to be the … Continue reading
The roads from London to Split – all 1,800 miles of them – were extremely straight forward. M20 to E40 to A4 and so on and so forth. While quick and convenient, the concrete vacuum of motorways distanced ourselves from … Continue reading
Casey has been posting on the Middlebury College blog site…follow it here.