Back from Sapa, we had a couple of days in Hanoi before heading down to Cat Ba Island for cruising around Ha Long Bay. Just long enough to sign up for a free walking tour and become stars on Vietnam TV. Continue reading
World explorers? Us? Posh! Everything is on the web or Trip Advisor and our Families on the Move Facebook group is a terrific resource. And everywhere we go, one of our friends has been there already. Marty and Mary are reliving their travels through our posts, and Ben tipped us off to the Easy Rider tours in Dalat. In Istanbul, our neighbour and friend Kris turns up a block away purely by coincidence. No surprise then that a week before heading to Hoi An my friend Marcus sends a note to say we should drop in on his sister.
Behold the majestic tarantula, king of spiders, and a mite tasty too, once you get the hang of it.
Maybe not a typical day, but we’d like to present a day in our lives as global travelers, here in Siem Reap, Cambodia: Continue reading
It always happens this way. You come to a place to see the major tourist attractions, but you stay longer (if you stay) because of the culture and and the community. So it was with Siem Reap. Continue reading
We’ve been loving the food everywhere we go, but no place has been so greatly anticipated than Southeast Asia. Phad Thai, seafood, street food. Oh yeah!