“Is this a restaurant or somebody’s home?” I asked a stranger inside as I stood at the apartment doorway. He looked at me oddly and replied that it indeed was somebody’s home. From the sounds of the conversations echoing from inside, deep down, … Read all about it!
Food is one of the reasons as to why we travel. It’s one of life’s pleasures that all of us can relate to, provide a window into a local culture and has the power to connect us with new people … Read all about it!
Banh Mi (Pronounced Bun Meee), also known as a pork roll has been one of those food items that I can always remember eating. Growing up in Australia, our family would drive three hours to the Western Sydney town of … Read all about it!
Inle lake in Burma is a highland lake nestled between the hills of the Shan Plateau, 900m above sea level. The mineral and nutrient rich runoff from the highlands result in a fertile ecosystem that the local people use primarily for agriculture and fishing. … Read all about it!
Ever since I did my first trek in Machu Picchu, I’ve come around to enjoy spending days out in the wilderness with nothing but a backpack and accepting the challenge of getting from point A to point B. People do it … Read all about it!
“There’s this one place a little out of the way where there’s a giant golden rock. That’s one of the few things I want to go see” says Jennifer. To be honest, I hadn’t heard of this giant rock or … Read all about it!
Off the back of this week’s TWIP (the week in photos) theme of “Myanmar Transport” here’s a photo essay of a trip on Yangon’s Circle Train Line. It’s a three and a half hour long train journey that takes you through … Read all about it!
One of the popular attractions in Myanmar for both locals and foreigners are the temples and pagodas. Whether you’re a practicing Buddhist, practice another religion, or just spiritual in nature, visitors come from near and afar to visit one over two thousands places … Read all about it!
As soon as I exited the plane, the beads of sweat had already begun to trickle down my back. Yangon was certainly a hot place. What greeted us was airport, looking slightly out of place for what I had read … Read all about it!
Prior to travelling through Latin America last year, I had flirted with the idea of volunteering, possibly on a farm in Argentina. To me, travelling can be a selfish act and because I was spending so much time away, I … Read all about it!