Wednesday, November 20, 2019

How to see my blogs?

NB – Many of my blogs are not yet indexed...
If you want to discover my trip, you need to rewind time/my blogs.

Important: in order to see previous stories, at end of a page, 
in the bottom right corner, click on “Older Posts”.

Nov 2019 - Indonesia 2 (Lombok, Bali, Java) is being prepared...
Sept-Oct 2019 - Indonesia 1 (Sulawesi, Flores, Sumbawa) is here
June-August 2019 - Borneo is here
May 2019 - Vietnam is here
March 2019 - Singapore is here
February 2019 - Malaysia Peninsular is here
December 2018 - Thailand is here
November 2018 - Laos is here
October 2018 - China is here
September 2018 - Mongolia is here 
August 2018 - Kazakhstan and Russian Federation are here
July 2018 – Kyrgyztan is here
July 2018 – Pamir highway (Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan) is here
July 2018 – Tajikistan is here
June 2018 – Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are here
May 2108 - Iran (second trip) is here
April 2018 - UAE and Oman are here
March 2018 - Iran (first trip) is here
February 2018 - Departure and Eastern Europe is here

Enjoy without moderation!

Friday, November 15, 2019

Welcome to the Land Roamer's blog!

I created this blog to keep my family and friends informed about the Land Roamer’s 
preparation, planning for the trip and later to keep in touch during my overland adventures.

Having had both a Land Rover and a Land Cruiser, I decided that I would call my 
4x4 camper-truck, a Brimont Brutt (more info here) "Land Roamer".

To roam: "To travel purposefully unhindered through a wide area. It suggests wandering freely
 and often far afield."  Etymology: Middle English, 14th century, Merriam-Webster.  

"Live for the JOURNEY, not the Destination!"

Monday, September 30, 2019

Indonesia 1 - Sulawesi, Flores and Sumbawa islands

1/ Sulawesi

=> This post is a chronological summary of my trip.
More pictures can be accessed at the end of each section
they are organized by topics.

Driving up to Tana Toraja



Ferry to Flores

=> If you want to see MORE pictures of my
trip through Sulawesi click here to see them. 

They are organized by topics. 

2/ Flores
Trip to Komodo islands, our boat

Ferry to Sumbawa

=> If you want to see MORE pictures of my
trip through Flores click here to see them. 

They are organized by topics. 

3/ Sumbawa

The 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora was the most powerful in human recorded history. The eruption column reached the stratosphere at an altitude of more than 43 kilometres. All vegetation on the island was destroyed.
The ash from the eruption column dispersed around the world and lowered global temperatures in an event sometimes known as the Year Without a Summer in 1816. This brief period of significant climate change triggered extreme weather and harvest failures in many areas around the world.

Ferry to Lombok

=> If you want to see MORE pictures of my
trip through Sumbawa click here to see them. 

They are organized by topics.