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  • 19 Dec0
    Hanoi In A Day

    Hanoi In A Day

    Post by chananya

    The day started out with fresh fruit and a coffee in a cute little Vietnamese bistro down the street from my hotel. The tables were set in a courtyard surrounded by low hanging trees and various indigenous plants. The shade, along with the late rising sun, provided a cool breeze to go along with a […]

     
  • 2 Dec2
    Why Did Communism Feel So Normal?

    Why Did Communism Feel So Normal?

    Post by chananya

    I was born in 1981; this means I was bred to love video games (Mario Brothers), fear Russians (Die Hard) and hate communism (every news network). I still love video games and I do feel like I have been taken hostage every time I hear someone speak Russian. As for communism…I kind of forgot about […]

     
  • 23 Nov2
    Hydroponics: The Future of Farming?

    Hydroponics: The Future of Farming?

    Post by chananya

    Growing up in America I knew the word hydroponics. It was, and still is, used to cultivate really good marijuana indoors making it harder for cops to bust you. My friends and I were never smart enough or motivated enough to try anything that technical. Plus we were all afraid of our parents. But now-a-days […]

     
  • 21 Nov0
    Lanjia Lodge

    Lanjia Lodge

    Post by chananya

                An exhilarating ride by long tail boat was just one of many adventures to be enjoyed as Petra O’Neill discovered There is magic to a tropical sunset when shades of pink, gold and purple fill the sky and you realise you are in an altogether special place. It was […]

     
  • 13 Nov0
    5 Things to Know about ClubMed Maldives

    5 Things to Know about ClubMed Maldives

    Post by chananya

    1. Bring water shoes There is dead coral all over the first few meters when you walk into the ocean. The ocean is clean and absolutely beautiful (of course) so you will definitely go for a swim. The only negative I could think of was the pain walking out. Grab a Maldivian for Dinner The […]

     
  • 27 Oct1
    Amphawa Floating Market

    Amphawa Floating Market

    Post by chananya

    The birth place of Rama II, Amphawa has been known for its floating market since the 1760s. Local Thais and Expats, along with droves of tourists flock to this khlong market to do some shopping, romancing, eating, and photo taking. Amphawa is very easy to get to. My wife and I drove there; we just […]

     
  • 24 Oct0
    Thailand’s Buddhist Church

    Thailand’s Buddhist Church

    Post by chananya

    As a writer, and someone who loves to travel, I am always down for a trip. So when my boss called me awhile back and ask me if I would like to accompany him and a few friends on a boat cruise, I jumped at the chance. Why not? Now, anyone who has gone on […]