This is: Georgetown 

It's slow and quiet mornings, a generous sunrise in unassuming places while the smell of the world's breakfasts fills the streets.  It's diversity of language, food, religion, and culture all living harmoniously with each other, with so much religion on every corner without the usual threat of fear or competition.  It is multicolored shop houses... Continue Reading →

This is: Hoi An

It's the only part of Vietnam I've ever seen, which is something I hope to change soon.  It's slow bike rides, colorful lanterns,  beautiful old houses with yellow walls, a lazy river that encourages a certain slowness in ones movement.  It's quiet and curious, friendly, graceful, ancient and modern all at once. It's a beautiful... Continue Reading →

This is: Paris

It is long walks to nowhere and everywhere, losing your way halfway through, finding something you never imagined you'd see by the end, losing sight of your limitations when you come face to face with the same streets where your heroes once walked.  It is losing touch with your past and finding what you lost... Continue Reading →

This is: Bali

It is quiet and slow, a place where I can't imagine going "to the office."  It's alienating in that everyone else seems to be more spiritually enlightened than you'll ever be.  It is also full of color. The greenest greens and the bluest blues, bright flowers growing out of nothing and everything, forests and hipster... Continue Reading →

This is: Bangkok

It's the place I have called home for nearly three years.  It is strong smells, loud noises, broken sidewalks, crowded trains, cockroaches big enough to carry you away, rats that will challenge you to a fight, crowded malls.  It is also culinary adventures, the tastiest noodles for less than two dollars, instagrammable brunch, a new... Continue Reading →

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