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This 8th issue of Globerovers Magazine is a Special Edition - so less text and less advertising. We focus on Yemen and Syria. With the civil wars raging across Yemen and Syria, leaving a path of destruction and despair, we look back at these two countries before the start of the current wars. Lucky are those of us who captured photos because so many of the ancient structures were destroyed or damaged beyond repair. Enjoy the photos and have a close look at the wonderful portraits. May all these people still be alive and well. [MORE...]


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In the latest issue of Globerovers Magazine (Dec 2016), we look at Yemen and Syria before the devastating civil wars. Many of the architecture photographed have now been decimated by the war. View the magazine for free online, or buy your own premium quality 172-page magazine. Go check it out.
I recently spent over two months travelling in Italy, Spain, Portugal, San Marino, Liechtenstein (and a bit in Austria / Germany / Switzerland) and Morocco, so some of these (such as Morocco and the Portuguese Azores Islands), will appear in the July 2017 issue.
Soon I'll spend a few weeks in Java, Indonesia where I'll photograph Bali (for the third time), ancient temple of Borobudur, Dieng Plateau, Komodo Dragons, Lombok Island, and East Timor (my 117th country). Photos will appear in a future issue.
Before year-end I'll also photograph a few other exciting destinations. Deo Volente!

Feature Articles

  • Myanmar-Globerovers Magazine
    Myanmar is one of the new cool travel destinations. A place that certainly will not disappoint you. One of the most memorable trips is to take the slow and shaky train from the city of Mandalay to the northern town of Naba from where a bus goes to the town of Katha where you go on board a large ship for the 16-hour sailing (in your private cabin) down the mighty Ayeyarwady River back to Mandalay. It's a great trip as the boat stops at many villages along the way. [MORE...]
  • Bangladesh-Globerovers Magazine
    Join us as we board the 100-year old "Rocket Steamer" to slowly drift down the Ganges River to the Sundarbans in search of the Bengal tigers of Bangladesh. We also spend time in the capital city, Dhaka, as well as the notorious and infamous Chittagong Ship Breaking Yards. We then take a small wooden boat to visit tiny remote villages where people never had Western visitors. This is the real Bangladesh and its incredibly friendly! [MORE...]
  • Armenia Monasteries - Globerovers Magazine
    Armenia, located in the Caucasus is known for its many ancient monasteries, churches, and other Christian buildings dating from around the 11th to 14th centuries. Some are deserted, some are still in use. Quite an amazing experience! [MORE...]
  • Latin America Ancient Ruins - Globerovers Magazine
    Pyramids of Ancient Latin America - Whether you have historian tendencies, or you are just the average traveller, tourist, or intrepid explorer, you will each experience these ancient ruins in a different way. [MORE...]
  • Salar de Uyuni - Bolivia
    In the remote southwest corner of Bolivia, South America, lies the world's largest salt flats, surrounded by a rugged area known for its extinct volcanoes, snow capped mountain peaks, deserts, rock formations, turquoise lakes, thermal active areas, and wildlife including flamingos, llamas, guanacos and vicuña. Rent a four-wheel drive with driver and head off for a few days to explore this beautiful region. [MORE...]
  • Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain
    Located on an archipelago of the North Atlantic Ocean just 110 km off the west coast of Morocco, the Canary Islands (Islas Canarias)are geographically part of Africa, politically part of Spain, but notably more Spanish than African. Alas, during the high season of the European holidays, these islands are more European than Spanish. Most of the islands are quite rugged as they are of volcanic origin and mostly originate from fissure vents. Geologists reckon that much of the islands were formed during the Miocene period between 14 and 9 million [MORE...]
  • St. Sophia's Cathedral, Kiev, Ukraine
    Kyiv is the scenic capital of the Ukraine stuffed with historic buildings, strong religious traditions, quiet leafy parks and wide boulevards crisscrossed by narrow cobblestone walkways. Kyiv’s main boulevard, Khreshchatyk Street, is lined with giant trees and grand Stalinist brick buildings. [MORE...]

Photo Essays

Photo Essays

Photo Essays

Follow the picture trail and see where it takes you. Come back and grab another. Keep coming back!

  • The Holy Gates at the Monastery of the Deposition of the Robe, Suzdal, Russia
  • Minapin Glacier at Rakaposhi Base Camp, Hunza Vallay, PAKISTAN
  • Masayuki Ono, Japanese traveller
  • Himalayas and Mount Everest, Nepal
  • Armenia Monasteries - Globerovers Magazine
  • Linda-Ballou
  • Potala Palace, Lhasa, TIBET
  • Salar de Uyuni - Bolivia
  • Ship Breaking Yard, Chittagong, Bangladesh
  • Jailoos and Glacial Lakes, Kyrgyzstan
  • Fulhadhoo Island, Baa Atoll, Maldives
  • Photo: Helen Brentnall, Icebergs, Greenland
  • Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec, Canada
  • Shane Dallas-
  • 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo
  • Eric Davalala, the Hermanus whale crier.
  • Cartagena De Indias, Colombia
  • Sucevita Monastery, Bucovina near Suceava, Romania
  • Boat ride Bangladesg
  • Latin America Ancient Ruins - Globerovers Magazine
  • Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia
  • Minapin Glacier at Rakaposhi Base Camp, Hunza Vallay, PAKISTAN
  • Furuzamami beach, Zamami Island, Okinawa, JAPAN
  • Tony Hastie Bolivia Book
  • Tsminda Sameba Church near Kazbegi, Georgia
  • Fabio Buonsanti in Central Asia - Globerovers Magazine Interview
  • Sucevita Monastery, Bucovina near Suceava, Romania
  • Around Kulusuk Village, GREENLAND
  • St. Sophia's Cathedral, Kiev, Ukraine
  • Squashed Possums - Jonathan Tindale
  • Destination Azerbaijan
  • The terracotta warriors (Pit #1) outside Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, CHINA
  • Bangladesh-Globerovers Magazine
  • Goroka, Papua New Guinea
  • Dog Sledding in Svalbard, Norway
  • Greyton, South Africa
  • Burgundy, Restaurant, Hermanus, South Africa
  • Wadi Rum Petra city Jordan
  • Thomas Antenen
  • Old Havana (La Habana Vieja), Cuba
  • Ankor Wat, Cambodia
  • Xinjiang-China-Uyghurs--Globerovers Magazine
  • winter japan

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