The Last Lights On The Right: Shoushi, Agdam, & Martakert

The Last Lights On The Right: Shoushi, Agdam, & Martakert

  After a morning in Stepanakert we headed out towards the rest of the Karabakh region to explore other areas evidently affected by the recent clashes between Azerbaijan and Karabakh/Armenian forces.The first sign of the war was a tank memorial on a hill, refurbished...
Stepanakert And Never Look Back!

Stepanakert And Never Look Back!

 From Tatev we turned and drove up north towards the town Goris, famous for being the home to the Settlement of old Kores, a series of previous inhabited rock caves similar to the cave homes in Cappadocia.  And thus began our final leg of our roadtrip into...
No Typhoon Can Stop The Monsoon: Nagasaki

No Typhoon Can Stop The Monsoon: Nagasaki

  Apparently I haven’t learned the last time we, the monsoon, flew in the middle of a typhoon. A travel miracle had saved us then, and another miracle has saved us today.A few hours ago I woke up to an email from All Nippon Airways (ANA) informing that our 3pm...
Knock-Knock-Nakh-chivan On Heaven’s Door: 2 Days In Nakhchivan

Knock-Knock-Nakh-chivan On Heaven’s Door: 2 Days In Nakhchivan

 It’s time to shift monsooning back into higher gears — today we’re visiting Nakhchivan!A landlocked exclave separated from Azerbaijan by Armenia (or as some say, physically located within Armenia), but an otherwise autonomous region under the control of the Republic...