Absinthe on a nearly deserted tropical island. We’d read on a poster at our guesthouse that Koh Ta Kiev island..
China loves superlatives. Biggest; longest; most expensive; fastest growing. Whatever it is, they strive for the extreme. But the name..
Having grown up in Detroit during the 1980’s and 1990s, I’m pretty accustom to the sight of ruins, from burned-out..
The clear blue sky was the first sign that we had left China. As our coach rolled through the mountains..
Where the fark is Xinjiang? About as far from the China you know as you can get. It’s a land..
Charyn Canyon is colloquially known as the “Kazakh Grand Canyon”, and for someone who has never been to the American..
A horseback trek through the mountains to a secluded natural hot spring. It sounded good on paper, and looked even..
Central Asia is still a fresh, off-the-beaten-track destination that, for now, is the domain of either relatively affluent Silk Road..