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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Walking With The Donald

Have you heard about the wall that Donald Trump wants to build? No, not the wall that this advert refers to, that one is in Mexico you see. But this picture is from Ireland which is where Donald wants to build a wall around a golf course he bought at a distressed property sale. Now,…

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Patrick Hanlon’s Walking.

We’re thrilled to announce that the first Walking story not written by James will be written by our friend and colleague Patrick Hanlon. Patrick has been wonderfully supportive of Walking The Earth and we are sure his story will be amazing – and we very much appreciate that in between advising Fortune 100 companies on branding,…

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Award Winning Conservation

Walking The Earth founder James Cannon Boyce has been deeply involved in the Kenya Conservancy movement over the past several years – starting with The Naboisho Conservancy in the Maasai Mara. Our first ‘walking’ story takes place in this region (but it probably won’t be our last) and our test story ‘Why Did The Lion…

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Welcome to the Walking The Earth BETA Site. We are thrilled to be launching our test story in May called ‘Why Did The Lion Cross The Road?’ to benefit Basecamp Foundation – one of the groups leading the conservation charge in the Mara Region.

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