The people we met in Myanmar were by far the best part about the country.
Songkran, also known as the Thai New Year or Thailand Water Festival is celebrated every year for three days from April 13-15. It is one of the most important events of the year for Thai people. Traditionally during Songkran young people poured scented water on their elders to pay respect and bring good fortune for the coming year. While this still takes place, Songkran’s current incarnation is more of a nation-wide wet t-shirt contest, minus the sexually explicit nature and disappointed parents. [Read more…]
The once in a lifetime experiences (read: the crazy sh*t you look back on) created through travel can make strangers into lifelong friends in a matter of weeks, even hours.
In 2014 we celebrated our third year of adventures in Asia. Three years of living, traveling and working in a part of the world that we have fallen in love with the more we get to know it. This year we worked for four months, unexpectedly traveled for seven months, and spent the end of the year in California with our families and friends.
Here’s a look back at our highlights from 2014.
If you’re taking a trip to China it would be a damn shame to miss eating some of these unique and authentic Chinese foods you just can’t get back at home.
Trying even just one of these will leave you with
memories to repress and share with your therapist later fun stories to tell your friends!
Why Travel in India?
India is like no where else in the world. It is intense, exhilarating, shocking, beautiful, spiritual, inspiring, and sometimes overwhelming. It is said that a person will either love or hate India, but it will change you regardless.
Does Goa live up to it’s reputation as a hippie mecca?
A glimpse into our expat life in Mudanjiang, China, circa 2011.
Things in our lives don’t always go as planned. It happens.