Monthly Archives: October 2013

Vietnamese Cooking Class

After reviewing several cooking school options one clearly stood out.  The Cylco Resto Company offered a real cooking and cultural experience that by happen-stance was priced better as well.  The course began with a cyclo pick-up at our hotel and … Continue reading

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Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam

Hoi Chi Min City (formerly known as Saigon) in Vietnam had an amazing first impression on us and quickly became our favorite city in Southeast Asia for a number of reasons.  No one pestered us when we got off the … Continue reading

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Flooded towns greeted us on our drive into Cambodia.  They experienced very heavy rain during September and unfortunately left much of the country flooded, roads needing repair and people displaced from their homes.   We only saw bits of the aftermath … Continue reading

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Koh Chang, Thailand

After India we flew into the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, Thailand.  We stayed at Ubaan Guesthouse, which is across the river and out of the city center.  It was a clean, simple and very comfortable guesthouse ran by a Chinese … Continue reading

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New Delhi, India

India, the land of chaos and contradiction, 3 days was enough.  Constantly being sold something and told misinformation was exhausting and frustrating.   Only having a day to explore Delhi and a day for Agra we should have been more prepared … Continue reading

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Annapurna Circuit Trek

Our 21-day trek on the Annapurna Circuit was one of the most unique and awe-inspiring journeys we have taken.  This post will be geared towards other fellow trekkers, as there is a lot of contradicting information out there.  Trekking, which … Continue reading

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