Travel Adventures


Travel Adventures

George Walther
...known as “The Traveling Twain of the 21st Century”...
invites you along on quite a range of adventures!

Travel is my passion, and I’ve visited some pretty strange spots, in addition to the usual Egyptian Pyramids, Macchu Picchu, Angkor Wat, and so on.  I often shoot video during my adventures, so you’ll have the chance to come along, without encountering the hassles and hardships that I thrive on!


Meet the Himalayan Lepcha People (Part I):

Just about my favorite adventure! Between Nepal and Bhutan, high in the Himalayas, native people live lives relatively untouched by “modern” civilization. Come meet the Lepchas!

Meet the Himalayan Lepcha People (Part II):

The simplicity, humility, and spirituality of the Lepcha people made me and my fellow trekkers feel grateful to tread in territory no group of outsiders had never before visited.

Perinaldo, Perched Above the Italian Riviera:

Here’s a medieval village practically untouched by tourism.  And it’s famous “first citizen” inspired an amazing NASA mission.

Entrevaux; a Perfect Day Trip from the Côte d’Azur:

You needn’t travel far from the glamour of the Mediterranean resorts to discover the beauty of the southern Alps. And the train ride’s an adventure in itself

The Strangest Hotel I’ve Ever Loved:

You just have to see it. There’s only one room; you can spin it 360°, and there’s no other hotel like it in the world.

Corsica; Is This France, or Not?

Don’t try to convince Corsicans that they’re French, even though this Mediterranean island is officially part of France.

You’ve Got To Be Famous for Something:

The French village of Luceram found a strange way to stand out from all the other hill villages. Tacky or tenderly tasteful? You decide.

Dusshera Festival in Kullu, India (part I):

One of my greatest joys is getting to experience a completely authentic Hindu festival with no other tourists.  Come join me for an unforgettable adventure.

Dusshera Festival in Kullu, India (part II):

See how excited the Hindu deities get at this annual event.  It’s an unmatched cultural experience.

Getting High on a Harley:

See just how high you can get riding a motorcycle in the southern Alps.

Petra, Jordan’s Litter –
and How It Can Help Your Karma:

This is truly one the world’s great wonders, and just one rusty can discarded years earlier can teach us all a lesson.

The Nebatean Wonder:

Travel the same route that traders used to carry frankincense across the Holy Land, and look what they came upon.

“Seek” to Flex Your Brain:

There’s one button on your car’s dashboard that alters your brain every time you push it.

One Very Short Voyage:

One of Stockholm’s most renowned museums features a warship that sank on its maiden voyage and is magnificently preserved.