Tagged With: Rainforest
Malaysia is by far one of the easiest countries in Asia to travel independently. Great infrastructure, rampant English, and delicious food make Malaysia almost a vacation from hard traveling. Just watch out for sneaky Orangutans.
An awesome, open, friendly, beautiful country that I need to make time to get back to. I’ve posted some of the pictures before, long ago, but never all of my favorites together. So, here they are: The Philippines.
Now featuring the singing talents of our second shamanic hosts!
Of all the cities in Xishuangbanna I went to, Damenglong gave me the best reception. Easily visited as a daytrip from Jinghong (the local hub), I decided to drive down one day with no better plans than to have a look around. Temples, awesome little kids, statues, and general photogenic randomness ensued. These are some … Continue reading
After a few months stuck in Shenzhen without a vacation, my Spring Festival/ Chinese New Year vacation found me straight back in Yunnan Province. Tropical rain-forest bordering Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam. Home to the upper stretches of the Mekong River (before it becomes the Mekong River. 澜沧江。) One of the highest concentrations of minority cultures in … Continue reading