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Podcast Interview with Bangkok Photographer Stev Bonhage

Last week when I returned to Bangkok, I met up with photographer and MMA fanatic Stev Bonhage. We met nearly four years ago at the Overstay Hostel and have crossed paths several times since then. A year ago, Stev began… Continue Reading →

Entered in a Photo Competition

Emily Luxton, a blogger I have followed for some time now, posted this month about a travel photo competition she  is judging. And while I am admittedly not a photographer, I have seen a fair deal of interesting things and… Continue Reading →

Phanom Rung and the Great Motorbike Adventure

The Khmer Empire, a Hindu civilization that existed in Cambodia around 800-1200, though recent by archaeological standards, created some of the most spectacular ruins that still exist today. From their center at Angkor Wat, they expanded outward as far north… Continue Reading →

Chiang Mai Walks in Pictures

The best way to scope out a new city?  Walk it.  And all the better if you can make it an arbitrary path. Chiang Mai has an interesting design.  The center, old city is a large square, surrounded by a… Continue Reading →

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