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If you’re new to this blog, or to my travel stories, then you need to know something about me before reading further.  I am not a foodie.  It’s not that I don’t like to eat....

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On our first day in in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon, which we learn is still used to refer to the city center area where we are staying), we are approached by a cyclo...

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If you follow this blog, then you know that I am particularly intrigued by historical sites around the world that have been effected by war.  I am most interested in the Civil War and WWII,...

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Alissa and I have been struggling with the decision of whether or not we will even be able to make it to Halong Bay this week.  There is a typhoon that is rolling across the...

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After spending our first full day in Vang Vieng checking out the party ruins on the river, Alissa and I have decided to be a little less lazy today and explore the Laos countryside by...

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Bike Tour of Bangkok

April 28, 2013

After over a week in Bangkok, I still feel totally lost all the time. The road are winding, and the addresses and street names totally confusing. I looked for a bike tour to explore the...

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Central Sydney and Manly Beach

February 11, 2013

For our last 2 nights here in Sydney, we decided to stay in the heart of the city, and spend some time sightseeing. We walked a lot, through central Sydney, Hyde Park, Botanical Gardens, Sydney...

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Sydney’s Coastal Walk

February 9, 2013

We’ve been in Sydney for two days, and most of our time has been spent exploring the beaches. With some help from TripAdvisor and our Airbnb hosts we found the Coastal Walk, a 6 km trail from Coogee Beach to Bondi...

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We had a great weekend trip to St. Louis and enjoyed our tour of the Anheuser Busch brewery. Here are a few tips for visiting:...

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It’s day three here in El Nido, Philippines, and we spent it on a full-day kayaking and snorkeling tour of some nearby islands and lagoons.  We booked through one of the town’s most reputable shops,  El Nido Boutique...

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