// MY NAME IS DANIELAnd after years of dreaming I've sold everything I own and set off on the open road. I've made this site as a sort of photo journal of my travels. The map shows where I've been (red), where I've stayed a month or more (yellow), and where I plan to go (white). And so, armed with little more than a backpack, a camera, and a dream, I now take the road less traveled by. So it goes.
LUSAKA Zambia and Zimbabwe were both once part of British Rhodesia, though they had very different post-colonial histories. In the 1960s Northern Rhodesia was granted independence and became the nation of Zambia. Today it is a quiet little country home to 73 ethnic groups and just as many languages.
TAZARA RAILWAY The Tazara Train makes a three day, 1169 mile journey, connecting Zambia to Tanzania. There's a restaurant and dining car, a lounge, even showers aboard.