My tickets have finally been booked, the ash cloud is favorable, and it appears I’ll be in Spain in about 24 hours. I’ve spent almost three months in Bangkok which is more time than I’ve spent in any other city since I’ve started my travels. While I have been here I didn’t visit a single [...]
My new WashingtonTimes.com photo essay is now online and available for your enjoyment. You also might want to read my companion piece on the celebration the Thai New Year (Songkran) if you haven’t already. Songkran is the craziest celebration I’ve yet experienced traveling.
I don’t enjoy having to write this post, but I’m getting sick of having to weed through spam comments. If you have left a comment on this site and it didn’t appear, it is most likely because me or my spam filter declared you as being spam. This is the official set of rules for [...]
I was supposed to be leaving for Spain today, but fate finds me still in Thailand. The huge ash cloud hovering over Europe has caused enough chaos in the air traffic system that I’m not exactly sure when I’ll be leaving. My hope is that I will be leaving within a day or two, but [...]