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Guilin, China and Environs - A Photo Journey

Terrace rice paddies, karsts, ancient villages, the Li River and Cormorant Fishermen.  Guilin has it all if one is an aspiring photographer.

We climbed mountains, waded in the river, traveled by rafts and drove for hours to get the perfect shot. 53 more words

Photography

Madagascar: The Adventure to the Unreachable (Tsingy)

I’ve previously written in another blog that the journey is just as important as the destination.  But what if you don’t make it to your destination?  1,764 more words

Travel

Halong Bay, Vietnam

On our first night in Hanoi, our dormmate told us about a trip she had just been on to Halong Bay that she booked through a hostel nearby. 946 more words

Travel

The Blessing and the Curse of Halong Bay

Halong Bay was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994 for good reason. There are just a handful of places in the world that have such extensive karst formations and the ever-changing sky and temperature make it a moody and romantic destination. 1,344 more words

Vietnam

Kayaking through karsts

How many of you have ever been white water kayaking? Have you yet kayaked in Laos?
By Karla Held

Kayaking in Laos can be one of the more singular experiences for kayaking as you can literally kayak through some of the biggest karsts and the most impressive limestone rock formations in the world. 1,073 more words

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