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Nepal – Photo Gallery

Nepal, a small sweep of land between the vast territories of India and China, was once famously likened to a potato stuck between two boulders. But what an amazing potato it is! Like most of the travelers who arrive in the busy city streets of Kathmandu, we soon organized a trek into what the country…
  • Asia, Nepal, photography, Travel, travel photography
  • August 29, 2014

Indonesia – Photo Gallery

Indonesia is (so far) our favorite travel destination. Out of the more than 17,000 islands, we only had time to step foot on about 9 of them before our tourists visas ran out. Even with this very small sampling, we were able to discover an incredible variety of scenery and people: from colorfully clad Hindus…
  • Indonesia, photography, South East Asia, Travel, travel photography
  • July 17, 2014

Myanmar – Photo Gallery

Shining pagodas, smiling people, undiscovered hill-tribes and curious government regulations: Myanmar is a land of contrasts. Although relatively under the tourist radar compared to the rest of Asia, this nation deserves the detour. It has only been effectively open to tourism for a few years, and there are still many places in the country that…
  • Asia, Travel, travel photography
  • June 7, 2014

Thailand – Photo Gallery

Out of all the countries we’ve traveled, Thailand is probably the closest we’ll come to paradise. Bustling city, gargantuan shopping opportunities, glittering temples, towering limestone mountains, tropical islands, decadent food and friendly people all made for a memorable three weeks. It’s so easy to be here that we took advantage to allow ourselves some vacation…
  • Thailand, Travel, travel photography
  • June 1, 2014

Laos – Photo Gallery

Saffran-robed monks, towering limestone mountains, and wet and wild parties: Laos was a memorable travel month for us. Starting in the South in the 4,000 Islands and slowly working our way North along the Mekong, we loved the colors and nuances that we witnessed across this beautiful country. Water – in the form of falls,…
  • Laos, Travel, travel photography
  • May 7, 2014

Cambodia – Photo Gallery

In the short two weeks we allotted to traverse Cambodia, we only got a brief but impressive taste of the Pearl of Asia. We saw thousand-year-old towering temple ruins dotted with saffron robes of friendly Buddhist monks. We observed death-defying tuk-tuk drivers zip around golden shrines. We were mesmerized by gilded dancers smiling mystically as…
  • Cambodia, Southeast Asia, Travel, travel photography
  • March 30, 2014

Vietnam – Photo Gallery

Speedy motorbikes, cool watery rice fields, brightly colored propaganda billboards, big international cities, dusty little villages, tantalizing meals and luscious green jungles: all common sites of the welcoming country of Vietnam. Over the 20 days we spent in Vietnam, we journeyed from China in the north all the way down the country to eventually cross…
  • photography, Southeast Asia, Travel, travel photography, Vietnam, Vietnamese
  • March 18, 2014

Nanning, China – Photo Gallery

A chilly mist hung over the capital of Guangxi province for the several days we were there. Nonetheless, the people were friendly and patient, the food was surprising and we enjoyed the non-touristy side of southern China. For more info, check out our blog post on Nanning.
  • China, life in transit, Nanning, photography, Travel, travel photography, trip
  • February 28, 2014

Hong Kong – Photo Gallery

Giant towers, speeding traffic, colorful markets, traditional people, and a throbbing international beat. Hong Kong was our jumping off point for our travel in Asia. For more on our experience in Hong Kong, click here. Don’t forget to visit our updated Life in Transit photo gallery!.
  • February 23, 2014

Life in Transit

Life in Transit is a photo reportage project that aims at exploring the people and places in and around the many transportation hubs across Asia. As Wayfarers, we will be journeying through Asia primarily via overland travel: trains, buses, cars, bikes, and by foot. The many train stations, bus stops, and other transportation centers that…
  • February 20, 2014