Tag Archives: Asia

Photo of the day(/month?): Mani Walls, Deurali

September 27, 2010:┬ámani walls at the Deurali Pass, Solu-Khumbu, Nepal This time last year, I was two days into a three week trek from the middle hills of Nepal up through the Himalayas and back again. When I returned, having … Continue reading

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A Midsummer Night’s Inspiration

“3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ….into 3 beautiful and hopefully … Continue reading

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you know it is going to be a great day when…

…you can see the Himalayas from your window in the middle of monsoon season. Confession: Today wasn’t a great day… it probably wasn’t even good. Internet service calls, frequent phone calls to the landlord about small but vital tasks that … Continue reading

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Four years of July 4ths

Yesterday marked the first 4th of July that I have celebrated in America since 2007. Ergo, I thought I’d take a look back at where I’ve been during my last few fourths. (and try saying “few fourths” several times fast) … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Souvenir: Nepalese Necklace

As I have mentioned before (though hopefully not ad nauseum… yet), shopping for unique jewelry is one of my favorite things to do while traveling. Realistically, when you get home, are you ever going to wear that dress that you … Continue reading

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Buddha’s Birthday

May 10th of every year is special for being the birthday of somebody near and dear to me. May 10th 2011, however, is special to many people around the globe for being the birthday of Prince Siddhartha Gautama a.k.a. Buddha. … Continue reading

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What is the wat?

As two friends of mine are soon meeting up in Bangkok to commence their envy-inducing peregrinations of Southeast Asia, I thought I’d take a moment (or a few posts) to reminisce about my time spent in Thailand on two separate … Continue reading

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