Posts Tagged‘Asia’

Beach and cliffs in Yogyakarta

A city with two UNESCO world heritage sites, a rumbling volcano, thousands of young university students, kick ass white river rafting, great off-road biking and any number of beautiful beaches should be on every traveler’s…

Remote Tribes People

It’s hard to imagine that there are human beings on this earth who haven’t ever had a burger at McDonald’s, made a call on a cell phone or even heard of Twitter. While the earth…

Muay Thai Boxing Ring

Thailand is just one of those countries you could easily get stuck in, be it the painfully beautiful beaches and countryside, to the bustling always-on metropolis of Bangkok, you will see many Farangs (foreigner in Thai)…

Beaches in Thailand

If you have been keeping up with me for the past two months (come on, I know you checked in at least every of couple days to see what I was up to…right?), you would…

Parks in Singapore

Singapore is truly a nature lover’s paradise. Its modern buildings blend seamlessly with nature and this island nation pays a lot of attention to preserving its natural beauty. When holidaying in Singapore, having a credit…

Alaska Air Plane

When I decided to go to Asia a few months ago, I was only confronted with one major problem, shelling out for the hefty ticket!  I’ve been to Europe a few times, and I’ve managed…

Hong Kong Park on a sunny day

When I heard my friend Matt from Miami was going to be heading to Hong Kong in early September, and at the same time that I’d be in Asia, I figured it would be cool…

From the US to Asia

If you were a  consistent reader of The World or Bust (yea you should be), you’d see that most of my travels over the past two years, while frequent, last for just about two or…

If you’re as weirdly stimulated by Google Maps and Google Earth as I am, then you spend countless hours taking imaginary vacations, following rivers to the end of their sources or just marveling at how big and diverse the…

As I have been hinting at, Asia is my future for the following year, and for most budget minded Asia bound travelers, Thailand winks a squinty eye.  Why you ask? Tales of full moon parties…

While flying’s lost its glamour, and driving never had it anyway, the good old-fashioned train trip still carries a thrill of romance and possibility. Below, are the 5 most spectacular rail rides you can take around…

The following is a guest post from fellow travel addict Ava Apollo of Be My Travel Muse. A lot of places can be described as the perfect meeting of East and West, but in few…

Goa may be India’s smallest state, but with its long stretches of white sandy beach, Goa is fast becoming one of India’s most popular tourist destinations. It is renowned for its beautiful beaches and its amazing…

nightlife in Kuta

The following is a guest post from Dan Cretes, a South East Asia frequenter. As a travel blogger, writing about the worst place you’ve ever been is not something you’re asked to do a lot.…

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