It's been a long time coming. A very very long time. But finally, the story is here. Mainly in the form of photographs. Enjoy The Comoros!
“Stomach?” he asked holding his belly. “Head?” he asked placing a palm on his forehead. “No, no. I’m okay. I am here from Mauritius.” Confused, he hesitated to let me inside and reiterated the lack of English. A few minutes later he'd be kissing my camera and hugging me tightly. Here's the story
Day One, the first words I wrote were as follows : “What. The f.… Have you done? What draws you to smelly sewers, squatty potties and dead dogs?” On Day 187, I tried to talk myself into staying and it worked so well, I could barely pull my own self away. Get ready for Life in Yangon, Myanmar!
Out of five days in paradise, two of those were spent underwater, swimming with turtles, flipping with dolphins and exploring life Under the Sea. Here's the video!
A solo female traveler's journey though Bangladesh : From the Bustling streets of Dhaka to making monkey friends in the Sundarbans, and traipsing through tea gardens in Sylhet and Srimangal. Read the full stories at www.MissMaps.com
This was my main reason for visiting Western Bangladesh : to attempt to catch a glimpse of a real, wild Bengali Tiger. Just as I thought I was to leave without ‘that prized moment’, I seized an opportunity and...
"Bring the World To the World" Such has been the motto of Miss Maps since its beginnings. Here are 200 photos of the world from 72 countries, each taken by Anika (Miss Maps) just for you!