Saigon Cooking Class

banana blossom salad

What better way to acclimate yourself with a new culture than diving into its cuisine?! Vietnamese food is fresh, sweet, and full of flavor. Every meal is a treat and what’s even better, most meals here cost less than $2.oo! My neighbor from Korea (whom I love so much!) came to stay for a week, … Continue reading

Rate this:

Travel in India: The Inconvenient Truth

Indian Train

Travel is awesome. It’s an experience, it’s an education. BUT!… it’s not always fun & games… particularly in India! There is no arguing that the subcontinent offers some of the world’s greatest sights & experiences, but India also throws up some difficult challenges that might have you questioning if it’s all worth it?! Culture shock may need to … Continue reading

Rate this:

Photo Friday: A Rainbow of Prayer

varanasi prayer

The Ganges. One of the most intense experiences. Most rewarding. Eye Opening. Hundreds of people praying and chanting on the river’s banks, bathing in it, washing sin away from the deceased with its holy waters. Cows, dogs, children, men, women… everyone coming together at the river for every reason imaginable. This group of women really … Continue reading

Rate this:

Photo Friday: Son of a Sonamarg Shepherd

Indian shepherd boy

On our trek through the Kashmiri Himalayas we saw lots of hardened youngsters, punching well above the weight in maturity. This young shepherd was one of the toughest though. He was helping his father lead their herd of goats through the valley, wearing shoes 4 sizes to big & a heavy sack slung over his shoulder. It … Continue reading

Rate this:

Photo Friday: Street Games in Seoul

korean street games (b&w)

 One hot afternoon in Seoul, South Korea this group of men caught my attention yelling and giving high-fives over this very serious game of street checkers!

Rate this:

  • day by day…

    June 2017
    M T W T F S S
    « Aug    
     1234
    567891011
    12131415161718
    19202122232425
    2627282930