Chernobyl Exclusion zone

During my recent visit to Ukraine, I decided to fit in a visit to the infamous Chernobyl exclusion zone. I'd researched it a lot online and it was clear that on short notice, a guided tour was the best option. So that gray Friday morning…

Convento de Sao Francisco do Monte

Back in Portugal, me and Jolien visited an amazing abandoned monastery, the "Convent of Saint Francis of the Mountain". This was truly on of the best places I've ever visited; ancient ruins overgrown with vines, cracked and fallen stone slabs…

Esco - Pueblo Abandonado

On our first evening in Spain, we camped near the abandoned village of Esco. We walked around at just the right time, with golden sunlight falling among the ruins. I have so many good pictures I thought I'd dedicate an entire post to it. The…

Fort Tafnidilt

We encountered this abandoned fort in Morocco last month, during one of our most extreme offroad days. It was quite interesting, and different from the european, industrial abandoned locations I usually visit, so I feel it deserves a dedicated…

Cockerill Sambre HF6

Carrying on from our little Urbex trip, me and Jolien randomly came across this massive steelworks plant. It looked very secure from the outside, with rolls of barbed wire covering every wall and entrance. We circled around the property twice…

The Bus Morgue

A few weeks ago me and Jolien took my van for another trip, with a big list of abandoned locations to try and visit in Belgium. First up was a supposed unused metro tunnel that was now used as storage for old buses. The location we had…

Traction Sud

In between tarvelling I've been working on my van, turning it into a bit more of a camper. A while ago me and Jolien went for a weekend to the southeast of Belgium to get away and camp out, but also to visit an abandoned site that's too far…

Centrale de Monceau-sur-Sambre

Being back in Belgium it's clear this not the most exciting area to ride my motorcycle. On the other hand, Belgium does host a lot of impressive abandoned locations, so this weekend I paid a visit to the city of Charleroi, where a deactivated…

Tin City

When I spent two fun days on and around Stockton Beach, I visited a place called "Tin City". Despite the name there's barely any tin there and it's not a city. Rather it's a collection of about 10 shacks right in the middle of Stockton…

Skrunda-1

As I mentioned before in Latvia, I would come back to posting about this place! Skrunda-1 is the site of a Soviet closed city that was attached to two Soviet 'Dnepr' (NATO: Hen House) Radar installations. The town housed all associated staff…