Spinning Karma: A Buddhist Comedy Novel by Joshua Samuel Brown is politically-charged and spiritual adventure through the streets (and spas) of Taipei.
2012 and 2013 were not kind to the Kellenberger or the Marshall families, but we have had plenty of love and support from family and friends to help us through. The last six weeks have been especially difficult for us, but I’m glad to be putting 2013 behind us. We’re looking forward to a positive and successful 2014. Happy New Year to my dear friends and family all over the world!
A short travel article and photo essay of Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. La Sagrada Familia is Antoni Gaudi’s masterpiece.
From unique neighborhoods, villages and one-of-kind restaurants to hidden gardens and the best view of the city, there is no shortage of things to do when you’re on vacation in Barcelona. Once you’ve finished scratching below the surface of its main attractions, why not try ticking off some of these unusual activities for a truly unique Spanish vacation?
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.
Guanjiang Shou: With their fiercely painted faces, protruding fangs and powerful, choreographed performances, Taiwan’s most popular traditional folk performing troupe never fail to attract onlookers.
For travelers who are interested in delving beneath the surface of Taiwan’s main sightseeing attractions and flashy neon facade, British author Steven Crook demonstrates that there is more to Taiwan than meets the eye.
This seemingly charming pagoda is located in the middle of the village of Kompong Khleang in rural Cambodia. The ornately carved roof tiles and spires glistened in the sun as we climbed the cracked stone steps leading up to the front entrance, which is brightly painted with depictions of Heaven and disturbing and horrible images […]
We were heading home on the bike the other day and were crossing a bridge, when I noticed some extremely bright lights on the far bank. For us to even notice a bunch of extra lights in the neon world of Taipei is pretty rare, so we figured we’d better see what all the fuss […]