Lee Massey wrote:
I am loving the story... Keep it coming Glen.
Love the Pakistan piece.
Thanks for the kind words amigos. Now roaming Mexico for a month and will post more pics from EARTH RIDE whenever time and connections permit. The book is way better than this thread and hopefully it will be released in six months.
Thanks guys but I live in Mazatlan and my route is first across northern Mexico: Durango, Torreon, Monterrey, Tampico, Veracruz, Yucatán and back through Tabasco, Chiapas and back home up the coast from Oaxaca. Not only are the people great but so is the food and weather.
Thanks for the kind words Emily. That's the theme of my new book coming out in the spring--Governments may not get along, but people do. While touring fifty seven developing countries alone, the only chanting mobs I encountered were everyday people rushing forward to greet me, and often, to invite me home. If you ever want to restore your faith in humanity, take a trip around the world--alone. You'll be astonished at the abundant hospitality and overall kindness of strangers.
Learn the various techniques to make all things possible and then choose deliberately which you actually want-rutt
Well put. After living abroad for 20 years and traveling extensively I couldn't agree more.
I love your tight crop shots of people on the street.
And the photo below captures the mood wonderfully;