It began in 2011, the year the East caught Fire.
As revolution surged across North Africa I quit my job, sold my car and bought a one-way flight to the Middle East.
I’ve been on the road ever since taking odd-jobs here, there, and back again. A has-been archaeologist. A travel writer, a naturalist, memoirist, and educator exploring the world to its very ends to discover and share all the wild and beautiful things that thread our lives into one messy adventure.
This is a blog, sure, oh but it’s much more than that.
Much, much more.
A depository, really, full of book work, personal and private confessions, photojournalism, travel and food articles, guides on eating here, shopping there (ex. What to see in Marrakech? I’m your guy! What to read on vacation? Look no further.)
- On the Road Less Traveled (Essay)
- The Sabah House Rules: New York City and the Hunt for Turkish Yemenis (Travel/Fashion)
- El Violin: An Ode to the City of Pomegranates (Poem)
- Movements Japan: Interior Design and the Art of Wabi Sabi (Covetedhome.com)