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The Adventures of the Curious One

Trip: WorldNomads Scholarship

There are [9] stories from my trip: WorldNomads Scholarship

Photos: My Scholarship entry - the divide

SERBIA | Saturday, 1 Nov 2014 | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I recently moved from Vancouver to Belgrade, Serbia to experience life, essentially. I want to capture the essence and rawness of life in an artistic form, whether that be through photography or writing- I'm a story teller. I want to be in situations ... Read more >
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Tags: 2014 travel photography scholarship

Putin and the peen

SERBIA | Saturday, 1 Nov 2014 | Views [236]

Today, I went to Belgrade’s military parade which was accompanied with the appearance of the all-mighty Vladimir Putin. Naturally, I felt the need to see this parade, because, well, do I need a reason? I wanted to see Putin in the flesh. There ... Read more >

Tags: belgrade, crowds, events, family, men, military, parents, politics, putin, travel

Oh, don't worry, the drinks are on the house

SERBIA | Saturday, 1 Nov 2014 | Views [306]

I have become quite the expert of going on dates which have an unlikely chance of any positive outcome unless that outcome is me never seeing them again. And yesterday’s date was another addition to my book of self-pity and possible self-reflection.... Read more >

Tags: belgrade, clubs, dating, disco, europe, lakes, men, relationships

Serbian date #2: Sylvester Stallone wishes to torrefy me from behind

SERBIA | Wednesday, 18 Jun 2014 | Views [1007]

I’m at a cafe tucked away in the middle of the city. The cafe is filled with cigarette smoke, which after going to a couple times the nausea soon subsides. This one man continuously asks me to dance. He’s around forty-five, extremely ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, belgrade, blind date, dancing, date, kalamegdan, love, parks, salsa, travelling

Serbian date #1: A Norwegian, you say?

SERBIA | Wednesday, 18 Jun 2014 | Views [403]

I decided to be “wild and adventurous” and go on a couple dates. Well, I didn’t actually decide this – it just so happened that poor helpless young chaps took attention to me and I agreed to occupy their attention. I’... Read more >

Tags: belgrade, dates, east, streets, travelling, west

Dubstepping to Iceland

ICELAND | Wednesday, 4 Jun 2014 | Views [315]

My arrival to Iceland started as any casual trip to a foreign land. While walking around the YVR airport, I could hear in the distance a soft beat. One the young generation call a dubstep. My curiosity and my gate number led me closer and closer to the ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, drinks, food, fun, iceland, motion sickness, planes, scooters, travel

Photos: profile picture

SERBIA | Thursday, 29 May 2014 | Photo Gallery

i dont know how to put up a profile picture
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Death and the bionic asshole

SERBIA | Wednesday, 28 May 2014 | Views [1059]

I needed to get my computer fixed, so I called a phone number I found taped onto the window of a bus stop in New Belgrade. The man on the had a heavy Serbian accent, which if you are not familar with, sunds similar to a Russian accent.  On the ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, computers, death, europe, humor, life, moving, roadtrip, transportation, tv

The Baba

MONTENEGRO | Saturday, 10 May 2014 | Views [303] | Comments [2] | Scholarship Entry

In a village in the outback of Montenegro, a four foot hunched-back Baba clings on to my leg while stroking my forearm. She has mistaken me for her granddaughter. And at this moment there is a fresh loaf of bread in the oven, so I'm allowing this mistaken ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip