Why I didn’t love Laos

Posted by • September 18, 2012 • Laos ,Southeast Asia 5 Comments

Why are you being a hater? I never said I hated it; all I am saying is that it didn’t impress me! I still think you are being a hater.  Just in time to finish our conversation

Riding Solo to Konglor

Posted by • September 10, 2012 • Laos ,Southeast Asia Add Comment

A post by Adam Weeg “Just go man.” I was driving a cheap motorbike over a mountain and through a rising monsoon-esque rainstorm; sheets of stinging rain had already made most of my body numb, the

Huay Xai to Luang Prabang: Travel Guide

Posted by • September 8, 2012 • Laos ,Southeast Asia ,Travel Tips 4 Comments

As a follow up to the previous post: Mekong Photo Essay, and with fellow travelers in mind, I am writing a short guide about the travel options from Northern Laos to Luang Prabang along with

On the Mekong in Laos: Photo Essay

Posted by • September 5, 2012 • Laos ,Photo Essay ,Southeast Asia 10 Comments

We were introduced to Laos by cruising down the Mekong River on a slow boat. Our 150 km journey started in northern Laos at Huay Xai, ending 2 days later in the middle of the country at Luang

Little Known Wild Adventure in Thailand

Posted by • August 30, 2012 • Northern Thailand ,Southeast Asia ,Thailand 2 Comments

If you read our last post you are aware that we left Thailand last week. This post is about our last week there and one of our favorite experiences from all of Thailand.  A few days

Capture the Colour

Posted by • August 25, 2012 • Photo Essay 13 Comments

I bought my first and only SLR camera before we started our travels almost one year ago. It has become a delightful part of my life and something that I truly look forward to continue learning. I

Goodbye Thailand

Posted by • August 24, 2012 • Laos ,Northern Thailand ,Southeast Asia ,Thailand 6 Comments

I will be honest, our initial impression of Thailand was not love at first sight (except for the food, it was fantastic from day one). But coming from Bali we couldn’t avoid comparing the adjustment.

Mastering Pad Thai

Thailand and I got along very well because we both share a special love for food. So much that I even took a cooking class with Adam. I have wanted to share some of the

Tigers and Our Selfish Gene

Posted by • August 15, 2012 • Chiang Mai ,Northern Thailand ,Southeast Asia ,Thailand 6 Comments

Last week we had the opportunity to hang out with, play, cuddle, and pet… real… live… TIGERS! Yes, you read correctly, this was made possible at Tiger Kingdom, a sort of petting zoo in

Our favorite spots in Kuala Lumpur

Posted by • August 9, 2012 • Kuala Lumpur ,Malaysia ,Photo Essay ,Southeast Asia 4 Comments

It was not in our plans to visit Malaysia, but our 15 day visa extension was about to expire so we booked the cheapest round-trip flight from Thailand, and bought ourselves a few days in Kuala