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Daily Travel Photo – New South Wales, Australia

Mungo National Park in New South Wales is one of the most underrated attractions in Australia. It is a dried out lake bed with some of the earliest known remains of modern Homo Sapiens dating back 40-60,000 years. The formations such as this are very striking, but are only temporary. The sand pinnacles are eroding [...]

Off to Hue

I went and visited the My Son Sanctuary today as well as roamed around the Hoi An old city with my camera today. My Son was a bit disappointing. First, it rained which sort of made for difficult conditions taking photos. Second, it was much smaller than I expected. It was the size of a [...]

Hoi An

I made it to Hoi An. The word which best describes it is…..wetter. It has been raining even more here and the surrounding area looks flooded, which is to say the rivers are high and the water in rice paddies seems to be overflowing. My bus ride from Nha Trang turned out to be 14 [...]

Dilapidated rooftops in Seoul, South Korea

Despite South Korea’s recent status as a developed country, you can still find pockets which are less developed. These are some rooftops I saw in Seoul.

Daily Travel Photo – Majuro, Marshall Islands

Being an atoll, there is really only one road which runs through Majuro. On one side of the road is the lagoon and on the other is the open ocean. This is a photo of the Majuro lagoon.

Visiting the Killing Fields

One of the things which has made up a major part of my life has been academic debate. I was on the debate team in high school, in college and coached high school for three years after I graduated. During that time I read volumes about almost every subject you can imagine. In debate, you [...]

Off to Hoi An

I’m off to Hoi An tonight on a 12-hour overnight bus ride. I am not looking forward to it. The buses are sleeper busses, which means you have a sort of bed instead of a seat. That sounds great for an overnight trip, but it really isn’t. The beds are uncomfortable and you are more [...]

Daily Travel Photo – Dili, East Timor

Decades of violence and conflict have uprooted thousands of people in East Timor. This is a refugee camp in the middle of a park in the capital, Dili.

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My name is Gary Arndt. In March 2007 I set out to travel around the world...
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