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Savannah Grace

Lichtenstein Photo Essay

My visit to Lichtenstein was very unplanned. A last-minute, one-day road trip from The Netherlands to Luxembourg turned into a “oh if we go JUST a little further….” and we said that until we’d driven three days, all the way through France, across Switzerland, into Lichtenstein and finally […]

Libya

Libya Photo Essay

Libya is another one of the countries I have yet to visit and long to discover, with its rich history and well preserved ruins to explore. My sister Bre, KeesΒ and friend Ben Southall drove through Libya from Egypt on their way to Europe after our family trip ended […]

Liberia

Liberia Photo Essay

  In 2008 my family backpacked through Liberia, only a few years after the recent and intense civil war they experienced in their country. We stayed with a lovely local family we found via Couch Surfing and they welcomed us into their home for a whopping three weeks […]

Ireland

Ruins Around the World

The remnants of our ancestors are speckled across the planet, waiting to be admired. Some are still eagerly waiting to be discovered and have their hidden messages unravelled. Their crumbling walls leave traces of history and tell stories that reflect our own lives today. Take a journey through […]

Pompeii, Italy

Forbidden Places

Time is a magical and dramatic thing. It is only through the passing of years and through travel that we, creatures of modern times, are allowed to cross over into once forbidden or restricted places of the world. If you can’t find any other reason to leap onto […]

Lesotho

Lesotho Photo Essay

Lesotho is one of two countries landlocked within the country of South Africa, the other being Swaziland. It holds the record for being the country with the highest low point, that being 1,400 m. Of all the 111 countries I’ve visited Lesotho is the only one I haven’t […]