In my adventures throughout Alexanders Lost World and Journeys to the Ends of the Earth I am always documenting and researching other cultures and moments in history, however never give the same amount of thought to myself… If you have ever wondered about race and where you come from, then take time to watch this remarkable film as it may provide some of the answers.
60th Anniversary of the First Ascent on Mt Everest
The 29th of May 2013 marked the 60th anniversary of the first ascent of Mt Everest in 1953 by Tenzing Norgay and the late Sir Edmund Hillary.
This was an extraordinary achievement and an amazing adventure! Especially with the primitive climbing equipment and clothing when compared to todays standards.
Check out this fantastic link which takes you step by step through the climb, illustrating the success and the hardship faced by these extraordinary adventures.
Christopher Stevens of UK MailOnline Reviews Alexanders Lost World
Christopher from the UK’s Mail Online has described Alexanders Lost World as an absorbing documentary. He summed up his review by stating “It was an extraordinary story, and well worth switching off a medical drama to enjoy”
Episode 1 – Explorations on an Ancient Sea
Alexander’s Lost World
Kirghiz Summer camp, Jazgoz, Wakhan Pamir, Afghanistan
To discover the origins of these people and their civilisation that flowered long before Alexander’s arrival, David enters one of the least visited places on earth – the Wakhan Corridor.
Oxus River (Amu Darya) Ai Khanoum, Takhar, Afghanistan
Crossing back into Afghanistan, Adams continues his search for Alexander’s Lost Cities. Lost in a sand storm in the desert, he and cameraman Greg finally reach a remote police outpost in the Taliban held Kunduz delta.
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