The Kota Kinabalu City Mosque should be on your list of things to do in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. It’s a stunning example of Islamic modern architecture. Continue Reading →
Travel Borneo: The sounds of handmade gongs resonate through the air as we enter Kampung Sumangkap Gong Making Factory in Kudat, Sabah in Borneo Malaysia. Continue Reading →
High up in the mountains of Northern Laos, the ancient royal capital of Luang Prabang is something out of a traveler’s dream. Learn more about this ancient capital of Laos… Continue Reading →
One of the many wonderful things about Luang Prabang is its proximity to everything. A traveler doesn’t need to look far to find things to do in this beautiful little town. Continue Reading →
This guy was by far the most interesting looking person we’ve seen on our travels and he was more than happy to oblige when we asked for a picture. There’s so much going I totally missed the peak-a-boo nipples until I looked at the picture when we got home. I was too busy gazing with mystification at the live fish swimming in his fishbowl earrings. And the cut-off doll’s head on his hat is just plain creepy. Again though….he’s rockin’ Continue Reading →
Every life has a story. – A&E Biography Cambodia. Never have I been to a country that has created so much flux and turmoil in my heart. When we left Cambodia, I thought surely I will never return to this god-forsaken place. I saw misery and destitution in Phnom Penh. The constant barrage of the homeless, child hawkers, beggars and amputees wore on my soul. At one point after our arrival in Sihanoukville, I felt, for the first time ever, Continue Reading →
Mysteries abound in this strange land as do hidden faces. The stillness of the air at Ta Prohm and the buzzing of the cicadas in the early pre-dawn light left me with a feeling of unease. We were not alone. Miniature sandstone faces at Ta Prohm. Giant tree roots disturb an ancient stone carving at Prasat Ta Som. Carvings at Banteay Kdei. A hidden face on Ton le Sap.