Destination: Myanmar / Burma

Sacred Buddhism – An Important Journey    But Often with Strife For most of its independent existence, Myanmar (sometimes called Burma) has seen a good deal of ethnic violence and civil wars. As such, it can be a challenge to travel there — but if you do so, working with a … Read More

Destination: Philippines

Nature Haven    a spot for your inner explorer to shine Bio-diverse, bright, sunny and tropical can all aptly describe the Philippine islands. Just shy of 2,000 kilometers long from the top of Luzon to the foot of Mindanao, this 7,107-island nation accommodates various demographics, with broad mountain ranges to hike, … Read More

Destination: Bhutan

Unspoiled Asia    a once isolated kingdom       throws open its doors Bhutan, located in the remote eastern Himalayas, isn’t an easy country to get to, or get into, but once you arrive, you’ll be well rewarded. It has adopted a more democratized government and is adapting to the growing number of … Read More

Destination: Sri Lanka

Tea, Surfing… …and so much more Sri Lanka is an interesting mix of potential tourism opportunities. It’s renowned as a good place to learn surfing (because of tides and currents), and the beach life is actually very strong. It’s also one of the most important parts of the world for … Read More

Destination: Siem Reap / Angkor Wat

There is more to Siem Reap than Angkor Wat There is a bit more charm to this little city than I anticipated, and yes, it has a bit of that party atmosphere and fun nightlife. A pleasant little town to sit back and enjoy the culture and a few good … Read More

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