Travels With Nate Travel Articles

Travels With Nate #9: Aquba – Petra, Jordan
Ian is spending a few days wandering around the famous city of Petra and yes, he saw the same building as in the Indiana Jones movie!
Travels With Nate #2 – London to Athens
Good Byes, Tumbles, and Right Screw Ups! London to Athens How can I sum up the last few days? I know… AHHHHHHH! Don’t worry things can’t be that bad, can they? So I have got a couple (about 15) of E-mails about Nate. He is doing fine. I think he has been feeling a little […]
England & Ireland – Travels With Nate #1
England – Ireland – England August 28th My first stop is England. I used to live here so I have a few old friends and some family living in the area. I am staying with my grandparents so that makes things nice and cheap. August 31st My first couple of days back home has been […]
Travels With Nate: Bio
Travels With Nate: Bio All about Ian Botts...and Nate.
Travels With Nate #14: Hama – Palmyria – Deir e Zur
Crusaders, castles, ruins... and ruins... and more ruins. Nate, Ian and Chris are bloody sick of ruins. But the locals are fun.
Travels With Nate #15: Deir e Zur – Abu-Kamal – Aleppo
Traveling to Iraq in cushy style, and partying it up like mad in Aleppo – shame it's almost time to leave the Middle East for Thailand.
Travels With Nate #13: Damascus to Hama
Crowds leer at Tony Blair in the Old City, and the guys learn the true meaning of "no coal" beer.
Travels With Nate #11: Jerash, Jordan
Putting your foot down to keep the taxi drivers from ripping you off in Jerash can wind up costing you JD55. Read on to find out how...
Travels With Nate #12: Amman, Jordan to Damascus, Syria
Syria is great – save of course for those blasted taxi drivers. But between getting lost in the old city and gorging themselves on great food, Nate and Ian are loving the Middle East.
Travels With Nate #8: Luxor – Dahab – Nuweiba (town of doom) – Aquba, Jordan
Ian left a part of himself on the mountain while climbing Mt Sinai. Catching the ferry to Jordan from Nuweiba proves to be very difficult.