A Moment When You Just Pause – Cu Chi Tunnels

It’s been well over 6 hours since I left Cu Chi a province 60 km north of Saigon. Growing up you learn about the Vietnam War and through the years I’ve read numerous articles and books about the war from … Read More

Back from Halong Bay and a Surprise Meet

I didn’t know what to expect when I booked the trip to Halong Bay, Vietnam.  I figured it would just be another check in the list of “amazing” places people had to go see and experience.  The van picked Liam … Read More

My Fellow Jerseyans!

I travelled 10,000 miles away and find myself hanging out with two adventurous and hilarious girls from Jersey. In such a short period of time, I felt like I’ve know Jasmine and Georgia for years now. Jasmine I met back … Read More

A Few Months After Dalla

I was able to finally download the rest of the videos from my Samsung Galaxy S phone. I began the editing and uploading process for YouTube. I haven’t seen the videos in quite some time and after reviewing them it … Read More

The Famed Moustache Brothers Show

The lonely book touted it as a must see when in Mandalay. I had actually never heard of them but then again I never really knew much about Myanmar, which I called Burma, until I came to Southeast Asia. I … Read More

A Chat with a Young Inspirational Monk

In Mandalay, we did what any good tourists would do and that was to make it up Mandalay Hill on the infamous 45 minute barefoot ascent. I timed it. We made it to the hill top, including photo stops, in … Read More

Temples, Stupas and Pagados. Welcome to Bagan!

Bagan, Myanmar is like a Disneyland for adults and I loved every minute of it from the sun that attacked us from above, to the dusts that encircled us and through the bumpy horse carriage rides. One word…AMAZING! We hired … Read More

Finding a Bit of Myself in Dalla

I go to different places to experience things I normally wouldn’t experience at home. These experiences become embedded in my mind and motivates me to do something to change the world for the better. But, at times, these experiences become … Read More

The Shwedagon Paya (The Golden Pagoda)

We walked a couple miles exploring the city and the sun was going to set in a couple hours. I see in the distance the Golden Pagoda. I’ve never seen anything so beautiful in my life. I sat down on … Read More

Walking the City of Yangon Myanmar

We arrived in Yangon close to noon from Bangkok, Thailand. The Yangon airport is relatively a new structure. The moment we passed through immigrations and customs, I noticed that majority of men wore skirts which I learn is called a … Read More