Welcome to Train bound for nowhere, travel blog of travel veteran and tour leader Kristina Wilson. Join me on my wanderings around the globe, read my journal entries and search the destination information for hints and tips for your next trip.
Featured Travel Articles
There are many stops along the way on the paths of the Silk Road in China, these are the ones […]
Trying to catch a train in China can be a somewhat daunting experience, from the preparation, to getting a ticket […]
While you shouldn’t let your dietary needs dissuade you from taking this incredible journey, I’m not going to sit here […]
NEWS FLASH! Kristina opens new tour operator
Inverted Atlas is a Tour operator and Travel company dedicated to helping travelers experience the world in a unique way. We travel through some of the most remote destinations on Earth, as well as places which are considered well-trodden paths. Whether you have never been to the destination before or you’re on your fifth visit, we guarantee that a visit on an Inverted Atlas trip will be unique and like no other. Inverted Atlas trips include unique experiences like helping out in the Golden Temple in Amritsar in India to traversing the dunes of Sudan and exploring the pyramids of Meroë. Witness traditional shamanic practice in Siberia and watch the sunset over the Aral Sea ship graveyard in western Uzbekistan.
In the evening check into traditional and unique accommodation. Ever stayed in a tree house in Turkey, a Ger in Mongolia or a caravanserai in Iran? Meals will always include the most local options where possible and sometimes you may even learn to cook the food yourself from local people with recipes stretching back generations in their family.
At Inverted Atlas, we promise that wherever possible, everything on our trips will always be a unique experience.
Inverted Atlas in an Australian based tour operator company, run by Kristina Wilson, with well-traveled staff and local partners all over the world.
Kristina is still tour leading, for the chance to travel with her why not check out our tours?
Featured Journal Entries
13th January 2019 Ice conditions appeared to be good on arrival in the Weddell Sea this morning, the water the […]
12 January 2019 After a relatively small amount of sleep, I awoke this morning and walked to the window and […]
28th May 2006 Mum and I got up very early the next day and Dad, after cooking us another huge […]