Want a picture inside an X-Wing fighter? What about photos next to a TIE fighter and storm troopers? For those booking travel through Singapore until January 5, 2016, you could make these two possibilities a reality. Changi Airport has made it fairly easy to experience both installations, even if you just have a layover. We Read Post
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My father first introduced me to kimchi when I was a child, but the putrid smell of spicy, fermented cabbage was enough for me to swear off eating it for more than a decade. Then in my 20s when traveling in South Korea, I ate it again and, unbelievably, enjoyed it. It is strange how Read Post
When friends and family tell me they’ve never traveled to Asia before, I typically recommend Thailand as their first stop. It’s a great introductory country to the region because it will likely cause little or no culture shock for Westerns. Tourism has been a huge part of Thailand for years, which makes some of the most Read Post
Whether we are using Nuoc Cham to dip spring rolls in or adding a kick to an Asian soup we made with our homemade veggie broth, this one thing we cannot live without in our kitchen. We first learned about it from a Vietnamese Couchsurfing host. Initially, she introduced us to fish sauce, but showed us Read Post
One of our most popular YouTube videos is of Tara and I riding and bathing an elephant at Elephant Junction in Thekkady, India. The whole experience was extremely memorable, and it was just a puzzle piece in our month-long exploration of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. It ended up being one of our favorite regions we visited during Read Post