Kathmandu Photography – Dubar Square

April 13, 2010 6 Comments »

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubar Square in the heart of Kathmandu is a must see.  Yes, it’s full of tourists, however locals do go here too and that mixture of tourists, historical buildings, statues, and locals is what makes the site so amazing. You’ll see many  Kasthamandaps or “Wooden houses” which gives the city […]

Kathmandu – A Personal Tour

April 12, 2010 6 Comments »

This week is a special week – I’m devoting my posts this week to Kathmandu.  However I don’t feel like being as ‘wordy’ as I normally am – instead I want the photographs to do the talking (However, this post is the exception!).  I’m going to abandon my normal posting schedule; instead each day this […]

Visa Required

April 6, 2010 21 Comments »

Tiger Balm Tales Vol. 21 Visa Required Even though I didn’t start traveling internationality until I was 30 years old, I’ve done a lot of traveling; some people may even consider me an ‘expert’. I’m not real sure if I deserve the ‘expert’ title, but there are certainly a few things I’ve learned about international […]

Coming Down to Reality

March 23, 2010 6 Comments »

Tiger Balm Tales vol. 19 Coming Down to Reality Down Dooby Doo Down Down, Comma comma Down Dooby Doo Down Down, Comma comma Down Dooby Doo Down Down Leaving Annapurna is Haaarrrrdddd…. tooooooooo…. dooooo… I couldn’t get this tune out of my head.  Probably because… There was nowhere to go now but down. Our downward […]

Going Up…AGAIN

March 16, 2010 6 Comments »

Tiger Balm Tales Vol 18 Going Up…AGAIN We had been on the trail now for 18 days. We no longer had that rookie look in our eyes. We were no longer surprised by cold showers, the same menu, donkeys squeezing by us on the trail. We were old timers. We had 4 days on the trail […]

Danger! Curves Ahead

March 9, 2010 12 Comments »

Tiger Balm Tales Vol. 17 Danger! Curves Ahead How do you define a road? It’s all relative – right? I had long ago left behind my vision of what a road should be once I started long term travel in places like Kenya Mongolia, Laos, and Vietnam. Shoulders are for sissies and horns are an […]