Dominica Travel Blog

Dominica travel blog. On September 18th 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Dominica. Lives were lost, lush forests were damaged, housing and infrastructure was almost completely destroyed. And while there is still a lot of work to be done, after two years of cleanup and rebuilding, the signs of recovery are positive. A lot of Caribbean destinations … More Dominica Travel Blog

Derka Derkastan

A country long shrouded in mystery, Derka Derkastan is a true untouched gem in the travel world. After years of trying, I finally managed to visit this beautiful, but often misunderstood country. Probably one of my most dangerous adventures, my recent travel to the hermit kingdom was one of the most exciting yet. Sometimes referred … More Derka Derkastan

Scotland and Orkney

Here are some pics of a quick visit to Scotland and the Orkney Islands. I recently visited a friend in the Scottish Highlands. I wasn’t planning on posting a blog about it, but it was so stunning I thought I would add some pics to pass the time during the Coronavirus lock-down. Known for it’s … More Scotland and Orkney

Nigeria – An Abandoned Nollywood Film Studio

Nollywood Film Studios, Nigeria.This was quite a surprising find. I read about Tinapa Studios when researching the possibility of visiting a Nollywood Film Studio in Nigeria. After India, Nigeria has the second most productive film industry in the world, producing an estimated 50 movies per week. I was hoping to get a glimpse at some … More Nigeria – An Abandoned Nollywood Film Studio

Visiting Jonestown, The People’s Temple

Visiting Jonestown, The People’s Temple. Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. These words by Spanish philosopher George Santayana were written above the throne of Jim Jones, cult leader of The People’s Temple in Jonestown, located deep in the jungles of Guyana. On November 18th, 1978, 909 followers killed themselves … More Visiting Jonestown, The People’s Temple