A letter from Turkey. In which is noticed, while travelling, the modern-day disappearance of certain professions.
A letter from Scotland. In which is evaluated a winter’s hike up the snow-covered highest summit in the British Isles is pictured and the necessity of crampons.
A letter from Berlin. In which is given an account of the effort to escape a horde of undead creatures on a 5-kilometre obstacle run.
A letter from Greenland. In which is described in detail a kayak adventure, including some Viking settlements.
A letter from Turkey. In which are introduced a number of pencil and watercolour sketches done during an excavation campaign.
A letter from somewhere. In which is described apparently ‘exotic’ food and discussed cultural trained eating habits.
A letter from Turkey. In which is given the eye-witness account of the traditional Friday rituals in an Muslim house of prayer.
A letter from Turkey. In which are portrayed ritual and atmosphere in the time of a high Islamic holiday.
A letter from Germany. In which are recorded the wanderings through a forgotten and overgrown fun fair.