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Going Local in Thailand
Isan, in the Northeast of Thailand, has kept much of its old charm. The area borders Laos and Cambodia on the Mekong river. Its main cities are trading centers for rice and other goods, yet getting out into the countryside is like stepping back in time...
On the Road to Zanzibar
Today’s big adventure is leaving Dar Es Salaam by ferry to Zanzibar. I took a taxi to the ferry. The ride was idyllic, driving past the Prime Minister’s residence, the residences of all the Ambassadors, and private palaces of oil-rich sheikhs. I ask my driver if he thinks....
In Bhuj, cows roam the streets. The cars, trucks, and motorcycles that refuse to stop for pedestrians come to a screeching halt when a cow decides to cross the road. Sometimes, they lie down next to the median and...
Carry That Weight
An ant can carry 20 times its weight. So, it seems, can some Nepalese men over 60....
Celebrations Kutch Style
Right after recovering from malaria, it seems that I wasn’t quite done punishing my body. On a weekend trip to Ahmadabad to attend the city’s annual kite festival I ate some unknown deep-fried meat product from a street vendor ...
Magic in Dogtown
Driving up Highway 1 we stopped just outside of Dogtown, California, USA to pick late season blackberries. Where else in this world of prepackaged and endlessly target-marketed entertainment can one find such blissful and timeless solitude? All my senses were tuned on the same moment, fully present....
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