Running Amok In Phnom Penh

There can be a lot of argument about what is the best restaurant in Phnom Penh, as especially over the last three to four years, there are an increasing number of higher end restaurants popping up around the city – and some of them are quite good. But for us at Walking The Earth to…

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Thank You ZAlebs.

We are very please to announce another media partner for Walking The Earth – ZAlebs, based in South Africa and one of the leading independent sites in Africa with over 1 million visits a month is now helping out Walking The Earth with a major advertising and content share push. Our friend Patrick Hanlon has…

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Walking With Paul And The King

I am tough on Southeast Asian kings. A few years ago, I was in Phnom Penh when the Cambodia king died – sending the capital into a state of mourning and quiet. Last November, I arrived in Thailand right after their king had died and coming back again now, the country still mourns. The Grand…

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Walking With Longevity

We are very pleased to announce our media partnership with Longevity Magazine. Longevity is not only one of our favorite magazines, but a group of people that time and time again support worthy and important groups and causes,and we deeply appreciate their support. Our story, Walking With Maison will be published in the November issue of…

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Walking In Kenya

One of the most beautiful places in the world to walk is Kenya. I, like many I think, grew up dreaming of walking through the plains of East Africa with the tall grass and animals all around. I have been fortunate in that I have done this more than once, and our first story – which you…

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Walking In Athens. Tria

I have seen an enormous number of people living on the streets in my life, but Athens and the current situation takes it to a new level for two reasons. First, a large number of people are in the prime of their lives – in their 20s, or 30s, and 40s. The statistics are that…

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Walking In Athens. Dio

Waiting. Everyone has asked me what is like in Athens and after walking around for the last two days, I would say the biggest thing is that the city, the people, the stores, everyone is waiting. Waiting for customers, waiting for food, waiting for something, anything to happen. Even early in the morning, the streets…

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Walking In Athens. Ena

Parks in European cities often have people sleeping in them. In my years of backpacking and traveling through Europe, I have seen hundreds and hundreds of people on benches, under trees or simply lying on the grass. Usually, they are men, older men, who are drunk, or were drunk and are more than likely going…

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