Thousand Voyages is a compilation of locations, photo essays, photographs, itineraries and tours to remote and unusual places worldwide, a result of more than 15 years of travelling alone or leading small groups to places off the beaten path through my travel agency “Thousand Voyages” Ltd.

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Journey through Pakistan – over 1800 km from Karachi to Peshawar through the desert Cholistan and Islamabad

SHORT DESCRIPTIONWe will travel slowly over 1,800 km from Karachi on the Arabian Sea to Peshawar, near the Afghan-Pakistani border, passing through three provinces -Read More »

The Srinagar-Leh Highway in Ladakh, India – one of the highest and most dangerous mountain roads in the world

Leh (Ladakh) - Srinagar (Kashmir) is one of the two main roads in Ladakh. I travelled this road in 2011 during my solo trip andRead More »

Mongolian child jockeys – tradition vs business

We have been travelling through the vast and expansive steppe of the Gobi desert in Mongolia for more than two hours. The driver of ourRead More »

The brick factories in Bangladesh and the people who work there

  The rickety taxi flew at a frantic pace on Dhaka's ring road when the view in front of me suddenly appeared; it was Dante'sRead More »

The Winter Fairy Tale of the River Danube

I enjoy photographing the promenade alongside the River Danube in Ruse, Bulgaria. The river is majestic every season, but it is extraordinarily adorable in winterRead More »

The Elegant Mystery of the Hama-rikyū Gardens in Tokyo, Japan

I travelled twice to Japan. Every time I spent at least a few hours in different gardens, strolling, taking pictures or just enjoying the scenery.Read More »
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