Sunday, 24 September 2017

A Tale of Two Koreas

Lee Parry takes a light-hearted but very informative look at the formation of the Korean Peninsula as we know it today and delves into the cultural differences that have grown between the North and the South from the perspective of an adventure traveler.

The Hidden Boxing Gyms of Havana, Cuba

Join Tijmen Kivit as he explores the unseen world of Havana’s boxing gyms, where Cubans master the techniques of one of their country’s most popular sports.

The restored Ghazanchetsots Cathedral, in the medieval town of Shoushi, Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh. Once the theatre of fierce combat between Azeris and Armenians the cathedral is now a symbol of Karabakh resistance and a point of pride for the inhabitants of the Republic. Courtesy of Phil Le Gal and The Young Pioneer: An Adventure Travel Magazine

The “Black Garden” of Europe

Phil Le Gal takes us to mysterious Nagorno-Karabakh, an unrecognized nation in the Caucasus, with his article and beautiful photo essay. Browse the gallery here.