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Ever find yourself sitting at your desk, imagining wandering the ancient streets of Rome or daydreaming about sitting on the beach in LA? Hi, hello, um...

Famous for its scattered ancient temples, Bagan is in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar. 2200 temples remain today of the 10,000 built during the peak of the kingdom, between the 11th and 13th centuries. It's essentially the Angkor Wat of Myanmar. Only two days are needed to see...

Bus Trips from Yagon A bus trip out of the city can be a rewarding and exciting experience. Far less developed than Yangon, smaller villages offer a snapshot of daily life for the vast majority of Myanmar citizens. Still new to visitors, you’ll be greeted with...

Helen Waller grew up in New Orleans, LA, attended Carlton for college and now lives and works in Yangon, Myanmar. I interviewed Helen in Yangon on her thoughts on being an expat and what she loves most about her new home and career. Plus she...

Here is my promised packing post. I've spent weeks, maybe months, reviewing travel blogs, packing guides, and discussing with anyone who will talk to me about what to bring! The best and most common advice I've been getting is to PACK LIGHT. And, let's be real,...

It's a little over a week before I'm Southeast Asia bound. There has been so much to do to prepare for this trip --physically, mentally, and emotionally. Below is a to-do list of all my planning for backpacking Southeast Asia. Immunization Shots & Pills I made an...

Today is the day I purchased my flight to Yangon, Myanmar. An idea I've had for over a year now that formulated over beers at the Magazine Street Bulldog. An old friend from middle and high school and I were catching up over a couple...