Dec 232009
 
Bangkok Hospital: Quality Vaccines and Sex Changes!

I currently have in my tummy: papaya, persimmon, and Polio vaccine. Yum!

This Polio vaccine was the one remaining thing my pincushion-ed self needed for West Africa travel. To obtain it, I moseyed to the West of Thailand’s capital to famed Bangkok Hospital.

Of course, by “moseyed,” I actually mean I got really lost, ended up in an area with no breakfast options and turned to street fruit, and ultimately walked [...Read More!]

Dec 192009
 
The Urge to Work

Epiphany: It only took 4.5 months of travel to get to this point, but suddenly… I’m looking forward to working again! GASP!

“I was wondering if it was all starting to get old,” my friend wrote to me, “all that wandering.”

Across the oceans right now, former students are pulling all-nighters to finish term papers and raise those GPAs up before Winter Break.

Across the Earth, former co-workers are bubbling in Term, Behavior, [...Read More!]

Dec 092009
 
A New Update on Around the World!

Thrilling changes are blossoming in “Around the World” World!

The first set of shifts comes in the realm of this “Around the World” website itself, and the second takes place within the actual global itinerary.

Take a look at this latest update, while simultaneously gazing at photos from Bangkok’s nutso-to-the-max Kaohsan Road!

Change Set #1: This site now has a fancy new name: AroundTheWorldL.com !

Q: Stupendous! But… why the name change?

A: Turns out [...Read More!]

Dec 082009
 
Silver Linings of Viruses and Other Snags

I sincerely hope, as you read the title of this article, that you pictured a wee virus wearing a tiny coat lined with silver sequins.

Watch him prance around flamboyantly in his flashy outfit! Cute little guy.

That image just about sums up the series of snags and their silver sequin linings that occurred over my past twenty-four hours. Here’s an account of what happened.

Snag #1: Hanoi gave my computer diseases!

Last [...Read More!]