48 Hours in Myanmar

See also: Riding the Yangon Circle Train Few countries around the world rouse thoughts of spectacular golden temples, ancient cities, and spellbinding people quite like Myanmar. Formerly known as Burma, the Buddhist nation recently opened up after five decades of...

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The Cartel by Don Winslow

I recently finished reading The Cartel by my favorite author Don Winslow, who I was lucky to meet a book signing in La Jolla a few years ago. Sequel to The Power of the Dog, the novel is a work of fiction loosely based on true events involving the Mexican drugs...

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Borobudur & Beyond

You could say that our love affair with Southeast Asia started with our first trip to Bali in 2015, but since moving to Malaysia we’ve discovered that there is far more to Indonesia than just the Island of the Gods. Still frothing from the most amazing trip to Sumatra...

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Sri Lanka: Wonder of Asia

Sri Lanka is one of those places that no one really thinks about, at least not in North America. Truthfully, the small island off the south coast of India only landed on my radar because dating a die-hard surfer means our travel plans are dictated by chasing waves....

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