After a few weeks in Kerala Lila and I decided to head east to the French inspired city of Pondicherry (Pondy to the locals), located along the Bay of Bengal on the far side of the state of Tamil Nadu. We boarded our first of many
Departing Istanbul well rested and ready to get back to the adventure, we caught a red-eye to India. Our six week tour started off in the city of Thiruvananthapuram, also known as Trivandrum, located in Kerala, India's most Southern state. Kerala is also, perhaps, the most
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UD0kGHTHlEs Josh rings the temple bell for our friend Peter. Lila and I have been in Thailand for about 10 days now. When we landed in Bangkok we met up with our friend Josh from the U.S. and we've been having a great time discovering this beautiful country.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZOi7_5m_pc Lila was in the shop looking at shoes (sound familiar?) and I was waiting on the curb people watching and then this guy just came riding down the street on an elephant. Sounds random, but was not really a shocking site here in India. On any
It's amazing how, by crossing an imaginary line, the landscape and feel of a place can change so dramatically. I've felt it in every country we've crossed into, and Turkey was no exception. Just across the border and the parched dry Syrian countryside was suddenly replaced
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Khk7KoUnsZA Manoj - Sun Salutation Lila and I are currently in India. Still having an incredible journey. We spent the last week in Kochi (Fort Cochin), in the state of Kerala, in the far south of the country where the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, and the Bay
Months before Lila and I begin our trip around the world, we contemplated the difficulty of eventually crossing the border into Syria. The Syrian embassy in San Francisco would only allow us to obtain visas issued in the U.S. three months prior to our visit. This