UNESCO and World Heritage Sites explained, along with some tracking of our own exploits hunting down these amazing places.
Our Favorites + Top Tips for Visitors from Living + Working in Vientiane About this Visitor Guide Lori and I have attempted to put together a guide for visitors to Vientiane based on our own experiences in this unique city. We’ve recently […]
Approaching Vang Vieng from the south Vang Vieng is one wacky place. But it used to be a heck of a lot wackier. We took advantage of the recent four-day holiday weekend (Lao National Day and International Disabled People Day, of course […]
Lori didn’t have to report to work until Tuesday, so we spent Monday on a day trip to charming and historic Bruges. I forgot how much I missed European rail service. It’s unreal how effortlessly you can get most places […]
Trail, Tram, Trolley and Train! Portland’s 4T Trail is one of the best ways to get to know the city, via three modes of public transportation [OHSU aerial tramway/gondola, Portland streetcar (trolley), the TriMet MAX light rail (train)], and your own feet […]
All of the cold, rainy weather we’ve been getting here in Portland over the last several weeks got Lori and me reminiscing about all of the great beachside cabanas, bungalows and huts we’ve stayed in. Here’s a look back at […]
Happy Year of the Monkey! This month marks one year in Portland for us, and our second Chinese New Years celebration at Lan Su Chinese Garden in Portland. As I explained in our last post looking back at our 2015 visits to Portland’s Chinese […]
Just got back from a fantastic, fun-filled week of warmth, sunshine, beaches, and best of all, 10 straight days with my Baby Mama in sunny Southern California. We covered 2,200 miles over those ten days…well eleven if you count the […]