Backpacking in Austenasia: Guided Tour of the Protected State of Orly

Recently I had the honour of becoming the first ever tourist to visit the Empire of Austenasia, which declared independence from the United Kingdom back in 2008 and is a small country of 75 residents. After crossing the border from the English town of Carshalton into Wrythe, capital of Austenasia I was greeted by Emperor Read more about Backpacking in Austenasia: Guided Tour of the Protected State of Orly[…]

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Backpacking in Austenasia: Becoming the First Tourist to Visit Wrythe, the Capital

On my landmark milestone week where I crack my 100th real life country to have visited, I decided on a few other quirky adventures on the way, this involved visits to see my friends and family on route as well as a few small nations, unknown countries and disputed regions. I was very enthusiastic about my visit Read more about Backpacking in Austenasia: Becoming the First Tourist to Visit Wrythe, the Capital[…]

World Borders: How to Get to Wrythe, Austenasia (Within Carshalton, England)

The route to my 100th (FIFA recognised) country couldn’t have been more bizarre really. To spice things up, and in true fashion of the way this journey has gone, I decided to visit a few small countries/micronations on the way. My fascination for disputed regions, breakaway republics and self declared nations possibly comes from the fact Read more about World Borders: How to Get to Wrythe, Austenasia (Within Carshalton, England)[…]

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