They said it wasn’t the real India. Dharamshala

For all who visit India, their reasons couldn’t be more different. Some go to escape. Some go to find meaning. Some go to luxuriate. I wanted to go because, it’s India! Plus two of my favorite people in the world are from there. Shout out to the Punyani/Amin crew. I heard the stories about India. From “it’s the most amazingRead more…They said it wasn’t the real India. Dharamshala

the best place for runners in bangkok

Bangkok is crowded. It’s smelly. It’s seedy. It’s my favorite city in Asia. When I was there, I loved the accessibility, the authenticity, the variety, and the grit. But, the air quality? Not so much. As a runner, I was frustrated. I couldn’t find clean air and I couldn’t find other runners. But I wasn’t going to give up. EveryRead more…the best place for runners in bangkok

city life in Malaysia: a photo story

Malaysia is a wonderfully diverse country. They have beaches, tea plantations, mountains, and cities. Each part is so different (the west is nothing like the east), it’s impossible to sum it up. So I won’t. This is my photo collection of urban life, in Malaysia’s most popular cities, Kuala Lumpur and Penang. It’s proof that cities can be charming andRead more…city life in Malaysia: a photo story

travel: the most charming city in taiwan

So far, this journey has taken me to 9 countries and many cities. All of them different. Hectic, seedy, gentle, rustic, overwhelming, inauthentic, untouched, and peaceful. I’m grateful to have experienced such a range. One of the most charming cities I’ve seen is Hualien. It is located on the east coast of Taiwan, right on the Pacific Ocean, with aRead more…travel: the most charming city in taiwan