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VIETNAM | Tuesday, 27 Sep 2011 | Photo Gallery


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That's All Folks: Final Numbers

USA | Sunday, 1 May 2011 | Views [1307]

177: Total length of our trip (in days). 9: Number of countries we visited. 4,414: Number of pictures taken.  Now we have not really gone through them yet and that number will come down, but you might want to bring a pillow with you to see our slideshow! ... Read more >


More Pictures Online

CHINA | Thursday, 28 Apr 2011 | Views [318] | Comments [1]

We are officially home and nursing sensitive stomachs after getting food poisoning the night before flying home.  Thanks for going out with a bang China!  We are having the delay our Chipotle eating frenzy until we fully recover.  Below are a few more ... Read more >


Putting The Dragon To Rest

CHINA | Sunday, 24 Apr 2011 | Views [265]

After Lhasa, we flew to a mere 10,000 feet and landed in Shangri-La. This is a city know originally as Zhongdian and used to be rather ordinary until the governing bodies realized that there was tourism bucks in the name made famous from James Hilton's ... Read more >


Pictures from Xi'An

CHINA | Friday, 22 Apr 2011 | Views [219] | Comments [1]

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Man, We Sure Could Go For Some...

CHINA | Friday, 22 Apr 2011 | Views [251] | Comments [2]

No matter how long you travel for, there are always some things that you miss that you start getting excited for as your arrival home approaches. Well, we have been getting quite excited about a few things, some of which we just started missing and others ... Read more >


Why we don't like Yak Butter

CHINA | Sunday, 17 Apr 2011 | Views [584] | Comments [1]

Howdy from Tibet! Wow is it hard to breath up here or is it just us? Lhasa is at over 12,000ft but below the snowline and also timberline so there is little to convince us we were this high other than just going up the stairs. We began the trip ... Read more >


This Place is Really Old

CHINA | Thursday, 14 Apr 2011 | Views [497] | Comments [1]

We decided to change up our mode of transportation yet again and in anticipation of some long flights ahead of us we took an overnight train from Beijing to Xi'An. It was quite slick and we actually had enough time to get a full night's sleep. When we ... Read more >


Chinese Gastronomical Treats

CHINA | Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011 | Views [590] | Comments [2]

We are surprised that this is our first blog post dedicated just to food, but better late than never. We were both so excited about the foods we would get to eat along the way and have so far aside from the times one or both of us were sick, we have really ... Read more >


15 Million and Still Going Strong

CHINA | Sunday, 10 Apr 2011 | Views [355]

Beijing is a great city, let's just get that out now.  Nerves were high as we left Hong Kong as we thought we would be leaving behind English writing, sit toilets, country music, ice cream, and good old fashion peace and quite.  Turns out we were wrong ... Read more >


Escalator to Heaven

HONG KONG | Thursday, 7 Apr 2011 | Views [752]

Eleven hours and five movies later we arrived at the Hong Kong airport. Having been here in November at the very beginning of our trip everything looked familiar and we knew a few things about how to get around but having been in a serious sleep-deprived ... Read more >


When in Rome, Go See Auckland

NEW ZEALAND | Monday, 4 Apr 2011 | Views [421] | Comments [1]

After not showering, doing laundry, and eating lots of PB&J sandwiches for 26 days, we thought we would drop into the "Big City" of Auckland on the North Island to get some city back in us before going to Hong Kong and Beijing. We were ... Read more >


New Zealand-South Island Pictures

NEW ZEALAND | Tuesday, 29 Mar 2011 | Views [237]

Well we have finished our 26 day stint at an amazing place and will try to get around to telling a few stories but we think pictures will do the talking best. We have trimmed our collection down from 900+ to 92 for your viewing pleasure: https://picasaweb.... Read more >


Seeing the 3rd Most Recognizable Shape in the World

AUSTRALIA | Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011 | Views [428]

Any guesses? It's the Sydney Opera House. Who knew! The first two are the Nike Swoosh and the big yellow arches of McDonalds according to our guide Richard who took us up the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Our feeling was that if it was good enough for Oprah, ... Read more >


Phew, that was Close!

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 28 Feb 2011 | Views [471]

We have so far stayed very safe in our travels and aside from a few bouts of food sickness in SE Asia, have been quite lucky. We have however compiled quite a list of "close calls" some of which have been getting closer and close. I don't ... Read more >


Tassie

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 21 Feb 2011 | Views [343] | Comments [1]

So long Melbourne, it was time to head even farther south, by way of overnight ferry. After a short nights sleep aboard the Spirit of Tasmania, we stepped off the ship, rented our second car on the wrong side of the road, and found ourselves some breaky ... Read more >


City Lights--Touring Brisbane and Melbourne

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 14 Feb 2011 | Views [210]

Both of us being country folk, we were surprised in ourselves at just how much we enjoyed ourselves in the “big” cities. We arrived in Brisbane, Brissy for short (everything in Aussie land has an abbreviation, and usually on that ends with a “y” or ... Read more >


Playing with Sharks and Dingos

AUSTRALIA | Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 | Views [408]

So there are both some benefits to being in a civilized country again, and also drawbacks. The good parts are many in number and range from things like normal-sized TP rolls, menus without misspellings, food options OTHER than rice, and the list goes ... Read more >


How Ya Going, Mate?

AUSTRALIA | Saturday, 5 Feb 2011 | Views [1063] | Comments [3]

Howdy from Down Under!  About 10 days ago we left the cool and damp weather of Northern Vietnam with sunshine and beaches waiting for us in Australia.  First, however, we had to layover for 13hrs in the Bangkok Airport.  We could have gone into town ... Read more >


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