While Vietnam’s coffee allure may have pushed me into consuming more caffeine than ever, it also nudged me to give it up, at least for the last 19 days. I have no immediate intention on stopping this cold-turkey endeavor. Still, the abstinance could
Cultural endeavors around our beloved earth.
A current drifting mantra of mine is Wellness. In eastern Asia I get to take advantage of incredibly affordable saunas or more accurately herbal steam. Sauna, herbal steam, I’ll happily take whichever I can get. It’s called a sauna when in essence it’s
Visiting the Khon Kaen National Museum in central Isaan, Thailand, implements an interesting look into yesteryear. Archaeology museums give a glimpse into the past by way of teleportation or time travel. Why not engage the mind in a museum? That was my impromptu
The ruins and grounds of Vat Phu, in Champasak, Laos, are a uniquely aesthetic and ancient Khmer Hindu site. Like many vintage earth spaces, strolling around and absorbing the open-air energy and its ancestral remnants, typically provides for great pondering. If you’ve been
To call Luang Namtha a ghost town would be an exaggeration. However, in a country of under eight million people, the town has fewer than 40,000 inhabitants, and zero crowds. The small size, quiet streets and personal space is what I liked about
Unplanned until the evening before, I found myself wandering the grounds of the smaller than average, ancient Mayan site of Zaculeu, in Huehuetenango. Because Guatemala’s second biggest city of Quetzaltenango hosts a huge celebration for the country’s Independence Day, I was forced out
In my poly-continental opinion, Colombia is one of the most desirable drifting destinations on the world map today. Nature seekers are mesmerized by its varied altitudes and long, rugged coastlines. The vast and ever-changing interior boasts both fairy-tale and other-planetary-looking landscapes. This unprecedented