Graydon Hazenberg Travel Articles

 
Climbing Mt. Meru (1 of 2) – Tanzania
Climbing Mt. Meru (1 of 2) – Tanzania Mt. Meru lacks a lot of the things Kilimanjaro has in abundance: high price, altitude sickness, droves of tourists. No wonder it's so worthwhile.
Leaving Paradise Can Be Hell (2 of 3) – Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India
Leaving Paradise Can Be Hell (2 of 3) – Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India Leaving Paradise Can Be Hell Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India The “Hobbit Forest”, the wonderful rainforest behind the beach where the Tent Resort and Jungle Resort are set. Of course a beach is more than just perfect, idyllic nature. There are two small places to stay on the beach, and another slightly inland in the […]
A Day with the Assassins (2 of 2)
It was a good day for Graydon Hazenberg: ruins, hi
Graydon Hazenberg: BootsnAll Photojournalist
Graydon Hazenberg: BootsnAll Photojournalist Graydon Hazenberg BootsnAll Photojournalist Graydon Hazenberg is a nomad, wandering the world in search of beautiful mountains, rare wildlife, evocative ruins and good beaches. He hails from Thunder Bay, Canada, and started adulthood as a student of mathematics and astrophysics before succumbing to the lure of the road. When not hiking or cycling the world, […]
A Day with the Assassins (1 of 2)
It was a good day for Graydon Hazenberg: ruins, hi
Leaving Paradise Can Be Hell (3 of 3) – Nicobar Islands, India
Leaving Paradise Can Be Hell (3 of 3) – Nicobar Islands, India When it comes to trying to leave the Andaman Islands, Graydon Hazenberg knows when to shut up and let his girlfriend do the talking.
The Temples and Ruins of Angkor Wat (1 of 3)
The ancient magic of Angkor Wat is strong even in
Krakatau by Night
Even though the volcano Krakatau blew itself up ov
The Erotic Temples of Khajuraho (1 of 2)
In India's Khajuraho temples, erotica is a religio
Climbing Mt. Meru (2 of 2)
From Saddle hut onwards, the forest was far less dense and lush, as we were above the usual cloud line. Forty minutes of hard climbing brought us to the edge of the tree line, near Rhinoceros Point. This curious name arises from the discovery at this spot – some 3,800 metres above sea level – […]