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. http://www.alexanderslostworld.com/episode-guide/episode-6-the-source/
In the waters of the Oxus River Adams discovers a surprising connection to Jason and the Argonauts – could they have possibly travelled this far from Greece? http://www.alexanderslostworld.com/episode-guide/episode-5-the-land-of-the-golden-fleece/
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. Read More ….City of Lady Moon
David Adams met with Nikon expert Andrew King and picked up the new Nikon D800 DSLR camera to take away on his trip to Greece. The Nikon D800 is a full-frame 36 Megapixel DSLR with 1080p video capabilities and was announced in February 2012. Arriving three and a half years after is predecessor the D700, […]
The Tuareg warriors, of Niger Africa have been in the news so much of late, with due cause, to understand more about this complex and amazing people, an about Niger, it is important to have some back story. David Adams traveled through Niger and with Tuareg in his Journeys to the Ends of the Earth, […]
David took these photos below on his latest trip to Iran in 2001, to learn more about David’s other adventures there an across the earth please visit our new site.
Klaus Schmidt a German archaeologist has been working at the Gobekli Tepe Temple in Turkey for more than a decade. His recent discovers have him convinced that the site holds the world’s oldest temple. Smithsonian Magazine published an online article about weather it could be the first ever temple in the world. The evidence sounds […]
The northern white rhino, one of the world’s most endangered animals, is very likely extinct in the wild. Perhaps four rhino remain in the Garamba National Park, a United Nations’ World Heritage site, on the northern border of the Democratic Republic of Congo with Sudan. With rhino’s near extinction, the dead and stuffed specimens on […]