Long weekend in Hoi An, Vietnam, former port town halfway down the long thin Vietnamese coast. Like all of this area, Arabs, Chinese, and Japanese traded here for centuries until the river […]
Stopped off in George Town, Penang, Malaysia last week. A side jaunt on the way home from a long stretch. If you’re in the area, you can probably smell it. Like Singapore, […]
Took a recent weekend trip to Koh Samui. A chill little island in the south, that to date, is not quite as busy as other beach areas. Part of the reason for […]
As an aside, what do you call an almost aryan. You wouldn’t say aryan-light, would you? It’d be aryan-dark, right?
We did achieve a concession from our brother monk, that indeed there were probably good Muslims and indeed, there were bad Buddhists.
…for the price of a round trip airfare to New Delhi, one can sample Indian-inspired bites…
It’s one of the first lessons we learn when we go out into the world as children.
Where else can you squirt strangers with water with no retribution
The people in the hills, per our guide, had nothing in their heads, because they’d never gone to school. The government could tell them anything. This ensured a steady supply of people needing training and interrogation.
There are old souls here with fresh faces.