Tags » Southeast Asia

Melaka - Another New Stamp in the Passport!

Melaka: July 21-23

After a refreshing few days in Singapore, it was time to get back to the budget-friendly travel, so off we headed to Malaysia! 1,044 more words


Last vacation with Pa: Bohol, Philippines

2009 June

Bohol is an island province in central Philippines. It is famous for the Chocolate Hills, its white sand beaches, Colonial Spain historical events, … 240 more words


Oh Lord, give me a sign!

One thing that international travel can teach a person, is an understanding that not all humans sh*t the same.  The Spanish take siestas, the British take afternoon tea, French waiters take FOREVER, and French women do not pee. 393 more words


Chao and Bao Stir Fry Techniques

Daniel Reardon is a banking expert currently serving as the co-CEO and a trustee of the Otto Bremer Trust. Apart from his work overseeing the administration of the Trust’s grants, Daniel Reardon enjoys spending time in the outdoors and eating Asian cuisine. 153 more words

Daniel Reardon

Viva Señor

Jett was so sweet, he keep calling me Ms. Virna just like my students used to do :)


Da Lat - Vietnam's Garden City

At an altitude of about 4,000 feet, Da Lat’s springlike cool weather was a nice change from the tropical heat of Vietnam’s coast. Considered the garden spot of Vietnam, there are farms thick with strawberries and flowers, as opposed to rice. 301 more words

Around The World

Guest Post: Bali on a Budget

If you have not gotten the chance to read my previous article on Australia, you can do so here. The next stop on my 2 week journey was Bali. 1,157 more words