I've been in Da Nang, Vietnam since January 1st, 2019 getting to know the people and the culture and find living here among the locals to be a rich experience. The people are very friendly, full of charm and laughter and welcoming.
I'm staying at a lovely hostel named Traveler's Nest Hostel and hav
Traveling through Thailand, which is a Buddhist country, one comes in contact with many Buddhists. All Buddhist traditions share the goal of overcoming suffering and the cycle of death and rebirth, either by the attainment of Nirvana or through the path of Buddhahood. Buddhism is the world's fourth-
I've been living in Chiang Mai, Thailand for 48 days now, just enough time to make some friends, get a feel for the area, discover some hidden gems and start to feel at home.
Lotus flower in the clouds
Living In Chiang Mai
It's easy to see why people love this place. Did I mention how affordable it
Bo Sang is a village about nine kilometers east of the Old City of Chiang Mai, Thailand famous throughout the country for making paper umbrellas. The name Bo Sang has become synonymous with the paper-umbrella craft itself and the umbrella, a cultural symbol of Chiang Mai.
The umbrellas are made from
The Royal Park Rajapruek in Chiang Mai, Thailand is a feast for the eyes and a perfect opportunity to indulge in some photography.
Exploring Royal Park Rajapruek In Chiang Mai Thailand
Originally built to commemorate His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Accession, his 60th year as the king and
What is it about humans that compels us to explore new places? Many animals, including humans, travel great distances in search of food or to breed but, we humans travel in search of something more. Love, adventure, opportunities, or escape; we find more reasons to travel than there are places to go
Walking through a forest is a religious experience more profound than one found in a church. I've walked in the cathedrals of Sequoia in the Land Of The Giants, the oldest and tallest living organism on Earth, humbled in their majesty and offered selfless sacrifices in their name. I've hung with the
Visiting The Chaing Mai Zoo
Just west of the Chaing Mai University at the the base of the Doi Suthep mountains is the Chiang Mai Zoo and Aquarium, a 200 acre (81 hectares) zoo established in 1977. I'm not a big fan of zoos but when I was having lunch at a nearby place and heard a lion roaring in the
Less the 24-hours from landing in Chiang Mai, Thailand I found an apartment to rent in the Nimman area of the city. The location is close to everything and makes a great launching pad to explore the surrounding areas. Renting an apartment and scooter was easy and getting here in September before the
Call me crazy but last week I flew to Bangkok, Thailand with nothing but a camera, half a suitcase of clothes, my trusty laptop, and an incurable case of wanderlust for new adventures. While that may seem impulsive to my close friends and family, some who've made their opinions concerning my sanity