Yangon, the former British capital of Burma still better known as Rangoon in many circles, gets short thrift as a … Continue reading On Your Mark, Get Set, Go: How To Spend 36 Hours In Yangon.
Over the past few twenty years, I have worked with more nonprofits than I care to think about; primarily because … Continue reading Education Hits The Road In Burma.
Everything everyone has ever told you about books is true. They take forever – there is no money in them … Continue reading Thank You…..Everyone.
The Burmese celebrate New Years in April, with a water party of epic proportions. Continue reading “Ko James, Pyoo La?”
The thing I like the most about traveling in Southeast Asia is the connection to my father, his past, my … Continue reading Nick’s #1
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I am headed back to Burma, via a quick stop in Hong Kong, and after a few days in Bangkok … Continue reading Hong Kong – 34 Years Later.