8 Unmissable Experiences in Myanmar

Watching the sun set over Ubein Bridge, Mandalay Just a short moto ride out of the city is the world’s longest teak footbridge, built in 1850. There’s monks and nuns and commuters all using this footbridge as if it were nothing more than a way to get home. It is so much more than that. […]

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Backpacking Asia: The Ultimate Packing List

So Β you’ve discovered this post amongst the million others. No doubt you’re in search of a magic answer to the Gen-X-old question: “WHAT THE HELIUM DO I PACK FOR MY BACKPACKING TRIP AROUND SOUTHEAST ASIA??!!!“. Never fear, and don’t fret. I have the tried and tested answer to many of your packing conundrums, plus some. […]

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Photojournalist Steve McCurry: The Interview

Article as seen in GROOVE KOREA   In a career spanning some three decades, Steve McCurry has seen and experienced more than most of us will in a lifetime. He has worked in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Cambodia, Burma and many other countries, boldly capturing images of civil wars in the Middle East, the devastation […]

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Seoul: A Photographer’s Guide

So you have arrived in Seoul on a business trip or perhaps you live there permanently. Or maybe you are a holiday maker in this vibrant and crazy metropolis. You’d love to take a long exposure of the city or some cool street photography, but you just don’t know where to go. Or maybe you […]

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Beng Mealea: Siem Reap’s Best Temple

If you enjoy getting off the beaten track and avoiding the crowds, how about setting aside an afternoon to visit Beng Mealea, one of Angkor’s undiscovered temples. What: A gorgeous undiscovered temple from the Angkor era Where: 60km from Siem Riep How: Car, or for the adventurous: tuk tuk. When: Wet season is best (June-October) […]

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Koh Lipe: Thailand’s Best Island

Do you daydream at work and at home of escaping to the most beautiful island in the world? Would you love to go one of the most secluded islands in Thailand? Do want to take photos that are like paradise screensavers? It’s not only possible, its so easy and affordable with Air Asia. Jump on […]

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Slowing Down in Samjinae

Article as seen in GROOVE KOREA Damyang, South Jeolla Province The first thing I see at the entrance to Samjinae Village is a huge oak tree. Through the shaded gates and amid the stone-walled lanes, the only things to be heard are our footsteps and the buzzing of bees. There are flowers everywhere β€” growing […]

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