Roi Et: A Town Travel Guide

  As far as Isan (Northeastern Thailand) towns go, Roi Et is an exceptionally attractive one. It’s name translates literally as One Hundred One, though this is a corruption of an antiquated way of writing 11, as the old city… Continue Reading →

Lopburi: A Town Travel Guide

    Lopburi is a much bigger town than most foreigners will ever see or realize, since most of the sights worth seeing are within the bounds of the Old City. This is fine with me, and with most visitors,… Continue Reading →

Singapore’s Little India: A Taste of Chilis and Bollywood Nights

View Larger Map I had chosen Little India to stay in for a few reasons.  The first, as I had again demonstrated to myself in every Malaysian town had been in, was that I loved Indian food.  Another, Jeff, my… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #14: The time I worked for $9 a day and it was all I needed

The time I worked for $9 a day and it was all I needed | Travels with Kate “Job description: flyer the beach and the island for one hour during the afternoon with 3 of the other banana bar staff… Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Travel Regrets

There’s no other way to put it.  I love my life now and have no intention of giving it up anytime in the foreseeable future, and it will only get better come October.  Still, there are certainly some things I… Continue Reading →

Oh, there’s a red light district around the corner? I probably shouldn’t go there.

“When choosing between two evils, I always like to try the one I’ve never tried before.” – Mae West I had come into Bangkok relatively blindly.  As in I hadn’t even heard of Khao San Road prior to arriving.  Being… Continue Reading →

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