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A Cambodian Connection

CAMBODIA | Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012 | Views [1030]

Sharing a meal with a Cambodian family almost always involves spreading a few mats out on the floor of the living room or the outside patio, a few bowls of rice, a bowl of soup, typically fish, and being asked multiple times if you want more.... Read more >

Tags: angkor thom, angkor wat, bamboo train, battombang, bayon, cambodia, killing fields, sihanoukville, torture chambers, tuol sleng museum

Photos: Cambodia

CAMBODIA | Wednesday, 20 Jun 2012 | Photo Gallery

Angkor Wat, Bamboo train, Killing Fields, Tuol Sleng Museum, and family time
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Tags: angkor thom, angkor wat, bamboo train, bas relief, baylon, carvings, killing fields, museum, temples, torture chambers

Its not the destination, its the journey...

LAOS | Saturday, 9 Jun 2012 | Views [1371] | Video

We arrived in Savannakhet, Laos in the evening. The air was warm and sticky. The people were friendly and helpful. After a week in Vietnam, Laos felt like a vacation from a vacation. In many parts of Laos there is no use in haggling and the ... Read more >

Tags: champasak, don daeng, ferry, homestay, laos, moped, motorbike, pakse, savannakhet, wat phu

Photos: Laos

LAOS | Saturday, 9 Jun 2012 | Photo Gallery

Traveling around southern Laos on a moto
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Take a Stroll and Enjoy the Scenery at Your Pace: Hoi An

VIETNAM | Friday, 1 Jun 2012 | Views [917]

Turquoise blue waters of the South China Sea shimmering in the sun, endless white sands line the coast to lose yourself, with palm thatched umbrellas over sand and decks for meditation and relaxation.   All that was missing was the Corona….... Read more >

Tags: beach, bicycles, hoi an, japanese covered bridge, relaxing, rice paddies

Touring Halong Bay

VIETNAM | Friday, 1 Jun 2012 | Views [797]

First let me say, this story is meant to be informative for other travelers not so much a pleaser for friends and family. We were interested in visiting Halong Bay, a World Heritage site boasting thousands of islands in the Gulf of Tonkin.... Read more >

Tags: atp travel agency, cat ba island, halong bay, junk boat, tours

Constant Chaos in the Old Quarter

VIETNAM | Friday, 1 Jun 2012 | Views [513]

I step off the curb and immediately my heart starts racing. Vroom! A flash of noise and exhaust speeds by my face. You read about this Cindy. Just walk slowly across the street. They don’t want to hit you as much as you don’t want them to ... Read more >

Tags: hanoi, motos

Photos: Vietnam

VIETNAM | Thursday, 31 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

Halong Bay, Hoi An, Hanoi
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Dang Padang, It's all good in Ubud

INDONESIA | Wednesday, 23 May 2012 | Views [1134]

Bali…A wide spectrum of beautiful land and space, that will soar from horrid to absolutely heaven in moments. At least that is what I think!   But before I get to that I must put ina tidbit about our one-day layover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.... Read more >

Tags: bali, beaches, kuta, monkeys, padang padang, surf, ubud, uluwatu, volcanoes

Photos: Bali Part 2

INDONESIA | Wednesday, 23 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Photos: Bali Part 1

INDONESIA | Wednesday, 23 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

Sun, surf, beach, repeat
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Free Climbing Over the Andamen

THAILAND | Saturday, 12 May 2012 | Views [1633] | Comments [2] | Video

Getting on any island without purchasing a flight is never easy. So it was no surprise that getting to Tonsai was, interesting. However, I wasn’t quite expecting the getting on and off the longtail boat with all of our gear and clothes and shoes, ... Read more >

Tags: andamen, ao nang, bats, beaches, deep water solo, kayak, krabi, snorkel, thailand, tonsai

Photos: Tonsai Bay

THAILAND | Saturday, 12 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

Snorkeling, Kayaking, and Deep water soloing
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Photos: Ko Samui

THAILAND | Tuesday, 8 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Glowing Bodies in Moon/Black Light

THAILAND | Tuesday, 8 May 2012 | Views [760]

So, I did my best not to notice the name of our destination for as long as I could. I really didn't realize exactly where we were until we started talking to Susann, a German friend we made onthe ferry ride from Surat Thani. She asked if we planned ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, big buddha, chaweng beach, full moon party, ko samui, moped, resort, spa, speed boat, temples

Photos: Chiang Mai

THAILAND | Saturday, 5 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Beginning of a love affair with mopeds

THAILAND | Saturday, 5 May 2012 | Views [861]

After a 12 hour train ride from Bangkok we arrived at Chiang Mai at 8am.   The train ride was semi-comfortable, but I am not sure why they call it “special express” since I am pretty sure it made every step possible.   Although it was not ... Read more >

Tags: chiang mai, doi suthep, mopeds, temples

Face masks and Endless Markets

THAILAND | Thursday, 3 May 2012 | Views [725]

Today we took a Tuk Tuk to Siam Square and strolled around MBK, an unecessarily large shopping mall. We went because A) its free, B) its air-conditioned, and C) malls always make for great people watching. MBK has seven floors, each with three "... Read more >

Tags: bangkok, markets, museum, siam square

Photos: Bangkok

THAILAND | Wednesday, 2 May 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Arriving in Bangkok

THAILAND | Tuesday, 1 May 2012 | Views [1084] | Comments [2] | Video

So, we arrived in Bangkok at midnight after being on a plane for over 16 hours total. When we walked out of the airport the heat and humidity hit us like a brick wall. This is something I am relatively accustomed to, since Florida has very similar ... Read more >

Tags: bangkok, khao san road, thailand

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