Right. First things first.
Who am I?
I am an ex corporate type who felt the call of travel and said adios to his day job. I have lived overseas in Europe for over 7 years, which has allowed me unbelievable access to some of the worlds greatest destinations. After leaving my corporate gig, I have been traversing the world, doing the things that I always wanted to do, like walking 500 miles (800 km) across Spain on the Camino de Santiago, attending the World Cup in Brazil, living the high life in Monaco at the Grand Prix, and taking a 1850 miles (3000 km) road trip through Bolivia, where I biked the world’s most dangerous road and visited a working silver mine that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives during the last 500 years. My goal in this website is to help you find the most interesting, rewarding or unique travel experiences and maybe entertain you along the way.
But I hear you saying, what is Passport Chronicles?
Ever so glad you asked. Let me try to explain with this nifty picture:
Which brings me to the three sections of Passport Chronicles:
Here you can find stories and motivation for your next trip. Click on the Icon above to see all our articles in this section, or choose from our most recent articles below.
This section provides practical information on the where, how and when of the events and experiences Passport Chronicles follows. Click on the Icon above, or get started with one of our recent articles below.
Welcome to Passport Chronicles
- My Dante Year
- 10 Adventurous Tourist Attractions in China
- 101 Travel Experiences in China
- Walking the Plank Road in the Sky: A Lesson in Overcoming Fear
- Inspire me! Top travel bloggers share their most inspiring travel destinations.
- The mostly overlooked, but greatly underestimated Mount Heng
- 14 Things to do in Istanbul to Unlock her Charm
- 37 Things Backpacking has taught me to be grateful for
- How to eat Scorpion in Beijing
- Inside the Mountain that Eats Men: A Photo Tour of the Potosi mines