Laos is a land to love. It’s an earth space that can have you feeling like you’ve stepped back in time, while simultaneously, the country seems to be developing at a moderate pace. I don’t believe that Laos is well-known to most of
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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
It was day 30 of 30 of my Lao stamp validity. The wonderful woman at the In Touch Guesthouse in Vientiane had said that she could get me a door-to-door drop off from the guesthouse all the way to the customs office in
As the subcontinental railway is the pulse of colorful India, the refurbished former US school buses are the man-made vibration of greenery-laden Guatemala. Shortly after arriving at the Guatemala City airport, I was on a 45-minute shuttle bus bound for Antigua, Guatemala. Upon
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
Lake Atitlán is a magically wondrous body of water that Mayans have surrounded for millennia. The following anecdotes are based on the subjective and spontaneous choices I made while spending two plus weeks in naturally and culturally stunning Sololá, Guatemala. Thus, like much
Taking local transportation from Antigua, Guatemala to Panajachel on Lake Atitlán is a whole different world compared to the user-friendly tourist shuttle bus. Howbeit, I was determined to get there the same way the Guatemalan people do. I did not allow myself the