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Best & Worst Books on Myanmar

Best & Worst Books on Myanmar

If you’re looking to read up on Myanmar before your trip, here’s a list of 14 books that I read before, during, and after my trip. If you only have time for two books on Myanmar, then read The Glass Palace and The River of Lost Footsteps. Both of them really get to...

24 Best Things to Do in Puebla, Mexico (+ Itinerary)

24 Best Things to Do in Puebla, Mexico (+ Itinerary)

In this blog post, I’ll share with you 24 of the best things to do in Puebla, a city famous for its delicious food, gorgeous architecture, fascinating history, beautiful pottery, and colorful neighborhoods. If you’re looking to escape the craziness of Mexico City,...

BEST Books on Guatemala: Read Before You Go!

BEST Books on Guatemala: Read Before You Go!

“I’d never heard of this bloody place Guatemala until I was in my seventy-ninth year.” – Winston Churchill I spent the last three years traveling around and living in Central America and Mexico, and during that time I’ve read 18 books about Guatemala. Before I even...

Oaxaca Street Food Guide: A Culinary Adventure

Oaxaca Street Food Guide: A Culinary Adventure

Let me tell you a secret about the food in Oaxaca: The BEST food is not found at the fancy and expensive restaurants like Las Quince Letras Restaurante or Casa Oaxaca. Save your money. Instead, the best food in Oaxaca is found on the street. During my three trips and...

Japan Itinerary: The Perfect 3 Weeks in Japan

Japan Itinerary: The Perfect 3 Weeks in Japan

  I think you’ll agree with me when I say: It’s REALLY hard coming up with a Japan itinerary that fits everything you want to see into two or three weeks. There are just too many amazing places to see in Japan. However, based on my experience traveling around...

En Vía Oaxaca Tour Review: Is It Worth It?

En Vía Oaxaca Tour Review: Is It Worth It?

Looking for a unique tour during your trip to Oaxaca? Fundación En Vía Oaxaca is a microfinance tour that takes you to visit female businesses in the villages around Oaxaca City. At US$90, the tour is expensive. so, you may be wondering whether it's worth it. In this...

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