and Marion Morrison look back to their fifty years of travel in Bolivia dedicated
to films and books. In this opening story they remember with affection two great
friends Alfredo La Placa an artist and Franz Ressel a doctor and cancer specialist|
Nonesuch Flower This brilliant red flower The
Campion of Constantinople carried from the Mediterranean to Bristol by traders
many centuries ago.
to the Silk Road Tony Morrison looks back on two early
journeys in search of the treasures of the Silk Road
stories and a taster of a journey to Bokhara in 2015
Fox that Came
to Stay This baby desert fox led an extraordinary life.
Tony Morrison was given the tiny waif by a Bedouin at a roadside in Jordan and
he passed it to master spy Kim Philby in Beirut|
Railway Wrecked by Lawrence The
story covers the search for the wreckage of the original Hijaz railway. We followed
in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia
Last Supper as seen an 18th century painting on the walls
of San Antonio de Lipez, a time-capsule lost in an Andean wilderness. The old
church collapsed in the 1990s
Were these castles in Transylvania the setting for the horror story
about Count Dracula - fact or fiction?|
in the Danube Throughout 1971 the Danube rose 33m
behind a dam in the gorges between Romania and Serbia (then Yugoslavia). |
Titicaca Steamships formed a small fleet of iron-built
steamers that served ports on Lake Titicaca in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Asheshov is a writer explorer extraordinaire who has
spent much of his life in Peru in an interview with Marion Morrison.
New Amazonia now A Foretaste of the Future
This series looks at the rapidly changing land and people across