Modernnomad67's Traveler Profile
- Economist and Adventurer
- New York City
- Favourite movie
- Saving Private Ryan, Melancholia, Uranus, Usual Suspects
- English, Math, and an old West Flemish dialect
- Interests and hobbies
- Travel, Skiing, Hiking, Weight Training, Camping, Cooking, Writing, Art, History, Anthropology, Architecture
- One thing I want to do before I die
- See the world - all of it.
- Favourite book
- Foucault's Pendulum
- My friends describe me as
This is an overland trip I took between March and August 2007 from Europe to China through the Baltics, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia.
Silk Road 2006: Overland From London to Beijing
This blog covers an overland trip I did from March to July of 2006 between London and Beijing through Europe, Turkey, the Caucasus, and Central Asia
American Travels 2006 - 2007: A Few Short Trips Near Home
This blog covers a few short trips I took in the United States in 2006 and 2007 - Philadelphia, Adirondacks, Chicago, and New York.
Recent Entries by Modernnomad67
Plitvice Lakes - Yugoslavia's First National Park - Oct 1, 2015
While most of my Balkans trip has either been on a tour or using public transportation, I wanted to rent a car for a while in northern Croatia and Slovenia. After more than three weeks of ...
Zagreb - Croatia's Historic Capital - Sep 29, 2015
Back in the days when Yugoslavia was a country, Belgrade and Zagreb were its two main urban centers, one Serbian and the national capital and the other the regional capital of Croatia. They&#...
Zagreb - "Naive Art" and Croatian Cuisine - Sep 30, 2015
Zagreb has quite a few museums but many are described by the guidebooks as not too notable, though. That was my impression of the Mimara Museum, probably Zagreb’s biggest art collection...