Category Archives: Southeast Asia

Great Video of traffic in Vietnam

Back in February, when we were in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), I wrote about how crazy the traffic was. Despite my best efforts, I don’t think that my description or the still pictures captured the craziness. Fortunately, there are more … Continue reading

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Small steps towards big change.

We’ve been back from Southeast Asia for a month and a half now, though it feels like much longer. It turns out that it’s much harder to keep a blog updated when you aren’t having exciting new experiences in exotic … Continue reading

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A close up look at Dr. Fish…

As promised in an earlier post, here’s a look at our visit to Dr. Fish in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Eddie, thanks for joining us.

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We’re home and the pictures are up.

As usual, it’s a bit of a shock to be home, and not just because we left +35 C to arrive to -12 C. One minute you’re sitting on a beach trying to remember a few words of Thai and … Continue reading

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Last day, time for a masssaaa.

It’s the last day of our trip and, as usual, it’s gone by far too quickly. We’ve packed a lot into the last two and a half weeks, but it still feels like we just left. Our 7:00 pm flight … Continue reading

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Dangling from a rope on Railay Beach.

After a very relaxing first day in Ao Nang, our second day promised to be more adventurous. Before we started the trip we had agreed to meet up with Kevin and Vanessa in Krabi. (The fact that we had already … Continue reading

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Taking a longtail to paradise.

(I have to admit, I haven’t quite been able to keep up with these posts as we go, the more detail oriented reader may have noticed my struggles with past vs. present tense. Anyway, the last few posts will be … Continue reading

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