For the next three days we would visit the Tonle Sap floating villages and Angkor Wat (including the famous Angkor sunrise). I was recommended the guide company – Angkor Guide Sam – by my friend Brad. Brad and his wife have lived in China for the past few years and on their recent trip to … Continue reading Tonle Sap Floating Village
On our final day in Venice we decided to visit the lagoon islands of San Michele, Murano, and Burano. We had no idea we would end the day with Damien Hirst at the 18th century Venetian mansion, Palazzo Grassi. The best thing about visiting the lagoon islands is that you can take the public transit … Continue reading Venice, Day 3: Lagoon Islands and Damien Hirst
After the Catacombs I had to go pay my homage to the famous bookstore in Paris, Shakespeare and Co. Every time I’m in Paris I have to pay a visit to this place. I first fell in love with the store when reading about it’s personal lore – A bookstore that let writers live and … Continue reading My Favorite Bookstore
This trip to Paris was the second time I’ve been to the city. None of us had been before, so we all decided to make it a priority this time. We got up early-ish and took the metro to the Catacombs. The Catacombs open at 10am, but I’d advise getting in line around 9:30-9:45am. It’s … Continue reading Les Catacombes – “All we are is dust in the wind,” dude.