When I tried to be a musher …
A letter from Germany. In which are undertaken first steps in learning how to lead a dog sledge.
A letter from Berlin. In which is explored Berlin’s ‘phantom line’ – an abandoned part of the city’s metro system.
Sea Lightning: Tears, stars and breath
A letter from Croatia. In which is discovered some marvellous mystery from the depth of the sea.
Don’t be afraid of the dark, do you?
A letter from Denmark. In which is recounted a week spent in some secluded haunted manor.
More Cultural Delicacies: Adventures in Baltic Cuisine
A letter from Lithuania. In which is thrown a glance into the Baltic region’s pots and pans.
The King who would be God
A letter from Turkey. In which is admired a breathtaking historical monument.
Why seek far afield? Adventures at the doorstep
A letter from Germany. In which is described a kayaking expediton right in our backyard.
“You’re going where?!”
Another letter from Turkey. In which, again, are noted some observations on the situation the south-east.
Stranded, in ice and mist
A letter from Greenland. In which is covered a third kayaking expedition to the ice.
On grave robbers’ heels
A letter from Mesopotamia. In which is witnessed the disturbing looting of unexplored archaeological sites.
Snowbound on Hoth
A letter from Norway. In which is related a winter hike unplanned ending up in a snowstorm.
O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree …
A letter for Christmas. In which is pondered the question where the tradition of decorating fir trees for the holiday season may come from.
Up. Or: How I was raised to aeronautic nobility.
A letter from Germany. In which is recounted an aeronautic adventure in a hot air balloon.
New dispatches from the field: More telegraphed expedition notes
A letter from Turkey. In which is again reported from an excavation expedition in short dispatches cabled directly from the field.