After three and a half years of being in Asia, I am back on U.S. soil! Here is a recap of the past six months of full-time travel in India and Southeast Asia. What's next?
I've been recording one-second video clips every day since 2014. This has been a great way to preserve those memories from all of our travels. I highly recommend the 1 Second Everyday app to do the same! You will enjoy looking back at those videos. There is something beautiful to capture every single day, no … Continue reading One Second Every Day – September-March 2016 – India and Southeast Asia
Penang is an island situated in the northwest region of peninsular Malaysia. The cultural and historical hub of Georgetown has preserved colonial buildings adorning the streets. By walking just a few hundred meters, you feel like you’ve traversed continents. Chinese temples lay adjacent to shops selling Indian saris housed in British architecture. Street signs can … Continue reading Penang, Malaysia: Food Paradise
Some tips on budget accommodation ($5-8 USD for a private room). To book ahead or not?
From dense rainforests housing endangered animals to thousands of species of fish surrounding Sipadan Island, Sabah, Borneo is a paradise for those seeking adventure, nature and wildlife.