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  • China: A Tale of Two Old Towns

    April 7, 2014 by

  • Lijiang lies in the shadow of the Himalayas

    China’s many old towns and ancient villages are very easy to overlook when so many of the must-see destinations in this country typically involve China’s ancient past or its bright future. However, I […]

  • Cuba: an underrated travel experience?

    March 21, 2014 by

  • Stunning beaches, warm sunny climates, and paradise in a nutshell – I have pretty much described every Caribbean island – no? Obviously, the various Caribbean islands vary, but one that has particularly caught […]

  • Vietnam Fantasy Five: The Five H’s to Have in Your Vietnam Itinerary

    March 20, 2014 by

  • Motorbikes are the king of the streets in Ho Chi Minh. And this isn’t even rush hour.

    The most delicious soups for two dollars, quality (and I mean, quality) backpacker accommodations for less than 10 dollars, and affordable transport options to get to your next destination. Vietnam is easily one […]

  • Cheonghakdong: The Last Traditional Village in South Korea

    March 12, 2014 by

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    My time in South Korea was marked by the distinct impression that I was entering the 25th century. Supermarket shelves sung product jingles to me as I walked down the aisles, with miniature […]

  • The Best of Kuala Lumpur in One Day

    March 3, 2014 by

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    Anyone travelling through Southeast Asia will inevitably find himself or herself in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian capital is a transport hub. Airlines in the region all fly here. If you’re landing into Southeast […]

  • Ulleungdo – Korea’s True Getaway from the Hustle and Bustle

    February 21, 2014 by

  • Ulleungdo

    Not to be confused with an easy-to-reach destination, Ulleungdo (pronounced ‘ool-leung-doh’) is perhaps a final frontier as Korea goes. You can travel most anywhere on the mainland in a matter of hours, but […]

  • How I Rocked London

    February 17, 2014 by

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    Do not expect to read in this article about a rock concert or a rock star. This is just the story of my life in London. I was not born here and I […]

  • Spotlight on Ethical Travel in Thailand

    February 5, 2014 by

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    We are so fortunate that travel is an accessible commodity to our generation. My Grandparents often share stories detailing their move to Singapore when they were just 19 years old. An adventure of […]

  • Off the Beaten Path in Ayutthaya – the Former Capital of Thailand

    February 3, 2014 by

  • Ayutthaya

    Ayutthaya had a history as the capital of Thailand centuries ago (1351-1767 AD), when Bangkok was below water. Thanks to its well-preserved buildings, its status as a UNESCO World Heritage will keep it […]

  • Finding Good Food in the Gambia

    February 2, 2014 by

  • I am a lucky duck. I have been fortunate enough to travel to the usual and not so usual…frankly, some of the most rural villages around the world, experiencing some of the daily […]

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