National Concert Hall, Liberty Square

Taipei, Taiwan

We had good reason to “skip ahead” and visit Taipei next – a visit with friends!  We found out our friends Celia, Cary and Kent would be in Taipei during this week, so we had to figure out a way to see them.  We also had the opportunity to see Steve’s friend, Brian, who has […]

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Wat Tramit

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is repeatedly on the top destination list of many travel organizations, year after year.  The “Sin City” of Asia offers culture, arts, food, and entertainment for its 8 million locals and visitors.  Steve and I had a great time and even though we didn’t see it all (if that even possible) we managed to […]

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Feeding the Elephants

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is Northern Thailand’s largest city, and was once the capital of the ancient kingdom, Lan Na.  It is consistently ranked in the top 25 destinations of the world by TripAdvisor, with its 300+ temples, great food, nature parks – we can see why.  One thing that is missing – Thai people!  In fact, […]

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Ko Phi Phi Lee Island

Phuket, Thailand

Phuket is Thailand’s largest island, and popular travel destination for beach seekers everywhere.  We spent 5 days relaxing, basking in what sun we could find, and taking the scooter all over the island.  Ideally, we would’ve preferred to travel to the islands in the East but Phuket offered us more value for our dollar.  If […]

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Marina Bay Sands Hotel


Singapore was a fun, yet expensive getaway for us.  This small city-state government is actually one that comes with a lot of warnings – they have some of the strictest laws in the world. No gum, spitting, jaywalking – and people actually follow the laws!  This made Singapore a very clean city, but one that […]

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