Capture The Colour: A Travel Photo Blog...
It was fun looking through old travel photos and reminisce and see how my photography varied with the different cameras I used throughout the years in an attempt to find suitable entries to the Capture The Colour contest. :) BLUE [Taken with my LX5 in August 2012 at the Ock Pop Tok / Fiber2Fabric Gallery in Luang Prabang, Laos] Once in a while, I’ve come across an admirable brand or company...
Bracing Myself For Sri Lanka...while reflecting on...
Dear family and friends, This trip has brought me a series of unexpected people, places, experiences, and personal discoveries. Let me share 3 of them with you here. [[MORE]] Realization #1: There’s a sort of pattern I see with each new place I stay in. Traveling abroad has also enriched my life with many new chapters, with themes...
My First “Real” Couchsurfing Experience
Couchsurfing isn’t a new concept to those who, like me, constantly lust for travel, but never have thick wads of cash to spend. To those unfamiliar, Couchsurfing is a website connects “surfers” a.k.a. travelers to hosts in the country to be visited. While I thought this would be an idea I would immediately gravitate towards, given my cheapskate-ness, I didn’t actually have my first “real”...
Does The Earth Still Have A Chance?
Reading my Twitter and Facebook feeds, and the news about the millions of people affected by the month’s worth of rain that poured down on the Philippines this past week or so has left me feeling rather helpless while traveling here in Luang Prabang, Laos. It has been making me think about what I can do from this part of the world, or what I can do when I get back home. At the same time, it...
Oh, Why: Reproductive freedom & health are human... →
The denial of basic reproductive health services and education = a violation of legally protected human rights? @onlyrevolutions’ thoughts. [[MORE]] lndlndlnd: Reproductive rights, encompassing various freedoms related to reproduction and reproductive health, have been a recognized subset of human rights since the 1968 Proclamation of Tehran, which stated that “parents have a basic...