This journal is a poem, a stink, a grating noise, a quality of light These are some notes from my traveling the world and understanding my place in it. I am trying to understand more of it as I go, and hopefully that is gradually reflected on my writings.
- Ferran on Quynh Son village in Bac Son: “Hi Ivan, I found them through https://www.booking.com/hotel/vn/homestay-bac-son-lang-son.html” Apr 23, 06:55
- Ivan on Quynh Son village in Bac Son: “Hi, I”m planning a trip for the labor day holidays, how can I contact that homestay?” Apr 22, 15:47
- Maria theresa koutabashi on Waterfall onsen in Shizuoka: “Hi” Aug 2, 17:27
- Ferran on Border crossing from Laos to Cambodia: “Trapaingkriel International Border Checkpoint (Stung Treng, Cambodia)” Jul 26, 05:44
- louis on Border crossing from Laos to Cambodia: “what is the name of the border gate you entered cambodia through?” Jul 26, 04:29
- Julia on Travel guide to Turkistan: “So detailed and very informative blog! Great photos!” Jul 21, 10:30
- Mercy samte on How to visit Macau: “It’s so Nice Macau so i like to go there again some day, see you soon Macau.” May 2, 10:03
- Albert on A night in the Sahara desert in Morocco: “Wow!! your blog is amazing, thank you so much for sharing.” Mar 9, 23:44
- Jasmine on Where to see the sunrise in Bagan (2019 update): “I just came back from Bagan last week. All temples are now with guards and not easily accessible. Climbing is…” Mar 6, 07:22
- berita dunia hari ini on Budget travel guide to Bandar Seri Begawan: “Budget travel guide to Bandar Seri Begawan – Travel, The Story http://shareartist.com” Feb 24, 06:53
- Peter Sensor on Border crossing from Thailand to Laos in Nong Khai: “Thank you for the details.” Jan 30, 16:32
- Patty on Where to see the sunrise in Bagan (2019 update): “We checked out the temple near Shwesandow (sunrise temple – stairs closed jan 2019). Gate in the corner of the…” Jan 29, 01:34
Where to see the sunrise in Bagan (2019 update)
Bagan started shutting down all its temples in January 2018, here’s a quick update on good places still accessible for amazing sunrise and sunset views!
Bungee jumping world’s highest in Macau
Macau’s 233m building bungee jump is the highest in the world.
Galloping on the steppes of Kyrgyzstan
On my way back down from Song Kul, I found myself alone with my horse on a vast, endless steppe near Kyzart. There was only one thing for us to do: race the winds of the Tian Shan mountains.
41 things to do in Tokyo
A bunch of on- and off-the-beaten path ideas to get the most out of the largest metropolis in the world.
Then began a long apprenticeship, to become something certain in my own right, from which to see and be seen. Beyond that came the search for connections, freely offered and accepted, to confirm that the world and I, after all, were made of each other.
Ted Simons, Jupiter’s Travels