Jonker Street (aka Jonker Walk) in Melaka, Malaysia is one of the coolest night markets in the world. The street food is incredible. Within this video you can see several different types of Malay food being prepared including popiah, fried radish cake, and squid balls.
One of the coolest art installations we have seen: “Kinetic Rain is a moving sculpture that was installed in early July 2012 in the Departure-Check-in hall of Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport as part of that terminal’s refurbishment. Spanning an area of 75 square metres (810 sq ft) and a height of 7.3 metres (24 ft), it Read Post
The title of this article is something of a misnomer. Initially, I wrote an expansive piece called “The Loss of the Familiar” within a month of our departure. This article tackled the feeling of disassociation that accompanies long-term travel. The problem was that after several revisions the article lacked depth and, worse, coherency. I found Read Post
We kayaked with Kerala Kayaking around the Alleppey backwaters and here is a short video of our experience.
Since houseboats are only allowed on the major backwaters, kayaking is a good way to be introduced to Kerala’s backwaters. Imagine kayaking up close to villages, learning about local history and eating indigenous foods. For more information on taking a trip like this, visit Kerala Kayaking’s website. Disclosure: We kayaked through the backwaters Read Post