Many years ago, I sat entranced while Vietnamese Buddhist monk, Tich Nhat Hanh, explained the concept of awareness with each bite of food we take. His metaphor was with rice: from seed to table. Tich Nhat Hanh comes from Vietnam,… Read More ›
Month: October 2013
Did I mention I LOVE Hanoi??
A soothing dry breeze swept me off my feet as I walked along Hanoi’s heart, Hoan Kiem Lake, settled at the center of the congested old quarter. Although I was awoken every morning by government speakers’ radio blasts at 7AM… Read More ›
Floating village life in Halong Bay
Middle of the road:
Hostels–the life of young travelers! I’m in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Central Vietnam, where some of the largest caves in the world exist and staying at Easy Tiger hostel. It’s been quite an ordeal to get here. The quintessential… Read More ›
Chaca Ca Hanoi Style
Paste a Video URL Last night I stopped at New Day on Ma May Street in Hanoi to celebrate my first month of travel!
The power of perception:
En-route from Da Nang to Hue by train. Typhoon Wute has missed me in Hoi An, but I’m not as lucky in regards to the monsoon rain. Because all riders are eager to get on-board as quickly as possible, there… Read More ›