Month: February 2018


A Guide To Backpacking In Thailand

A Guide To Backpacking In Thailand Thailand is probably one of the greatest backpacking destinations in the world, providing an inexpensive and fun-filled experience. There is simply so much to do and see that a prolonged backpacking trip is often far more worthwhile than a short vacation in luxury accommodation. […]

Sohoton Caves

Sohoton Caves

I’ve been traveling the world since high school, and living abroad in Central America and Asia for the last eight years. With that comes a lot of tourist attractions, day trips, and little adventures in nature. But I have never experienced something cooler than I did today at the Sohoton […]


Sans Rival Restaurant Dumaguete

Asia has a surprisingly burgeoning coffee culture, with cafes, coffee houses, street coffee stands, and dessert eateries literally everywhere, from Thailand to Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam. But one of the best places you can visit for some coffee and dessert is right here in my adopted hometown, Dumaguete, in […]


Phuket, Thailand

Phuket is one of the most beautiful, fun, and well-visited islands in Thailand, which makes it one of the best tourism hot spots in the entire world. When you do get to Phuket, you’ll probably be exhausted from all the traveling, so check into your hotel, unpack your things, and […]

Bar Reviews, Excursions

Phnom Penh

I lived in the city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia for two years on and off, and I found it to be one of my favorite places on earth. In fact, this capital city of Cambodia, a country between Thailand and Vietnam in southeast Asia that’s got a remarkable yet blood-soaked […]


Luang Prabang

I’ve lived in Asia for five years now, and I absolutely love it. Sure, the weather, the beaches, and the friendly people are amazing. But deep down, I’m a huge nerd, and I totally geek out on culture, history and the like. So, between the countless temples, ancient cities, Buddha’s, […]

Beaches, Trip Reports


When you’re traveling in southeast Asia, you want a few important things as much as possible: ocean, great views, sea breeze, great seafood, good music, and ice cold beer. Thankfully, you can have all of those things at once at one of my favorite hang outs in Dumaguete (the up […]