Travelling through Asia has a strange way of messing around with a travellers feelings towards a place. One minute, you’re head over heels with where you are and then the next the mood can change where you will feel conflicted. It’s how … Read all about it!
Words cannot sum up the feelings that develop for a place throughout the a visit to Baga, Burma. Once, the capital between the 9th and 13th century, Bagan is the symbol of the country’s widespread faith in Buddhism that remains prevalent today. I’ve seen many temples and pagodas … 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!
Mingalaba from Myanmar! It’s been a whirlwind few weeks here in Myanmar. I must say it’s been an incredible time time here and I am sad to leave today. There’s still so much to take in and process in my … 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!