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Most Recent Travel Posts
This week's post is a special one for a number of reasons. First, it's the beginning of my series on Bhutan, which I've been looking forward to sharing for sometime. Second, and perhaps more relevant to the rest of this post, is the fact that I've just turned 40....
...and sometimes you find yourself at a bobsled event in South Korea 🙂 Let me back up for a second. If you've been following along for a little bit, you may recall last Summer that I had the opportunity to interview US Olympic Bobsledder, Steve Holcomb. In the spots...
I mentioned last week that Holly and I had decided to make a day out of visiting Hong Kong's Lantau Island. It takes a while to get out there via public transportation (but fairly easy to do, thanks to this guide we found) and so we figured we might as well see what...
If last week's Quarry Bay Apartments, and high-density housing are on one end of Hong Kong's spectrum, then the Tai O fishing village is on the other. While still cramped living, Tai O's famous buildings and homes built on stilts feel a lifetime away from the busy...
One of the things Hong Kong is known for is its high-density, high rise apartment buildings. They are, quite frankly, something you almost have to see in person to believe. I ran into a string of articles before visiting Hong Kong the first time (like this one - Hong...
Alright, back to Asia as Promised! I was doing some thinking about my series on Hong Kong (I actually do try to plan these things out) and I want to highlight some of the more rural places we got to visit there this time around. However, you'll recall that last year I...
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For those that know us, it is no surprise that Holly and I love to travel. I caught the travel bug back in 2002, and after Holly and I met and married, she quickly followed suit. Here on the travel section of our site, you can follow along with our travels and possibly see where we’re headed next.
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