Part 1: Mandalay The first thing you notice about Mandalay is the dust wafting throughout the city’s narrow streets and alleys. Minimal pavement and a fluster of activity at markets, tea houses and restaurants creates a stirring and liveliness that … Continue reading
Posted in The Side Paths
Tagged Burma, Burmese, horse carts, monks, Myanmar, new friends, persistent hawkers, pickled vegetables, tea, temples, travel, U Bein Bridge
New, friendly faces seem to peer out from the woodwork. Every new coffeehouse we go to, or every new restaurant, or store, we end up engrossed in a long conversation about language, both English and Thai. We inevitably exchange emails … Continue reading
Posted in Musings on Life / Current Events
Tagged auspicious, caves, coffeeshops, community, food, friends, motorcycle, new friends, outdoors, thailand, travel
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Our first real weekend in Asia. Field trip to Angkor Wat. Our entire group of teachers-in-training packed onto a bus for the gnarly ride from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. After being tossed on the back of a bus for … Continue reading