Scott BridgesDec 3, 20108 Comments
When the World Cup bid win announcement was made, the Qatar crowd erupted, as did several strategically placed glitter cannons loaded with little plastic Qatari flags. Parents hugged children, men hugged men, and ex-pats shook locals’ hands.
Scott BridgesAug 25, 20107 Comments
Over 30 days I interacted with the people of Iran like I've never interacted with the people of a foreign country before. Nowhere have I encountered a people so universally kind, friendly and generous.
Scott BridgesAug 9, 2010
Waking to a desert sunrise and having a dip in a genuine oasis, Scott Bridges tells of his camping trip to Kaults, a formation of eroded rocks in Iran.
Scott BridgesJul 14, 20101 Comment
As so many who’ve been to Iran have told me, the openness, generosity and kindness of the Iranians is overwhelming.
Scott BridgesJul 13, 2010
Scott Bridges has landed in Tehran, a city full of concrete in various states of disrepair, air conditioner units hanging out of every window at precarious angles and monolithic ’60s-era high-rises.
Scott BridgesJun 15, 2010
Back in a Bit blogger Scott Bridges is off on another adventure. Where would you go in the world if you had two months of responsibility-free time and a big budget?
Scott BridgesJan 29, 2010
Why do some tourists go on holiday to foreign locations and then turn into total ars*holes when things are different than they are at home? Scott Bridges feels ashamed on behalf of The Rest Of The World.
Scott BridgesJan 18, 2010
In Australia we're conditioned our whole lives to "put it in the bin". So what do you do when travelling in a country where people throw rubbish out of buses or just drop it where they're standing? asks Scott Bridges from India.
Scott BridgesJan 13, 2010
Back in a Bit blogger Scott Bridges turned over his menu in Mysore, India to discover a helpful little public health message about the golden opportunities available to smokers. First prize: death!