A manifesto I first wrote in 2003 for the Lakehead University Argus, and then updated a few years later, about why I travel so obsessively, and what I have learned, and continue to learn, on the road. Click here to read the piece.
In 1996, I got to live the life of Hemingway for a day in the highlands near Bukittingi, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Click here to read the story.
In 1996 I got up close and personal with some of our closest primate relatives in a national park on the Indonesian side of the island of Borneo. A version of this article was published in the Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal in 2004. Click here to read the first half of the article, and here to read the second.
In 2002 I got stuck trying to leave the idyllic Andaman Islands of India. Click here to read how an escape was engineered.
A stroll around the centre of the old town of Lhasa in 2001. Click here to read the story.
Falling off the map in Vietnam during a bicycle trip in 2006. Click here to read more.
Living next to a monastery in Myanmar isn't all spirituality and silent meditation. Click here to read the story.