Thailand is a fascinating place, and for those who have never had the pleasure to travel there before, here are the five best things to see in Chiang Mai.
China is quickly becoming known as a destination for luxury, art and food. The Opposite House in Beijing is a perfect example of all three of these things.
One of the most challenging, yet fascinating genres of photography is street photography. Read photographer Laurie Cohen’s advice on the Think Orange blog.
As a Westerner spending time in Asia, I am often drawn to the everyday sights around me. I don’t mean the temples and monuments or historical sites. I am drawn to the neighborhood streets and regular people who walk them.
VIETNAM – A DAY IN THE LIFE (A focus on Hanoi). Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi has been in existence for more then 1000 years. It hasn’t always been the capital in this once-divided country, but it has always played an important role in the region. Modern Hanoi is a bustling cosmopolitan city with beautiful historic hotels, great French-inspired cuisine, and local designer shopping boutiques. Spending a day in Hanoi requires a curious mind, good walking shoes, a hearty appetite and plenty of space on your camera memory card. Walk with me, as we spend a day in Hanoi.
We have been impressed with Leonardo Dalessandri ever since he released his video titled WATCHTOWER OF TURKEY. Leonardo traveled over than 3500 km traveled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.
Our preferred hotel in Cappadocia Turkey is the Yunak Evleri. A spectacular hotel consisting of 7 cave houses with a total of 40 private cave rooms dating back to the 5th and 6th centuries and crowned with a 19th century Greek Mansion.
Istanbul is a place where you can discover and explore different cultures, ethnicities and diversities. A true international city. You can meet with people from all over the world, have delicious food in amazing cafes and restaurants, and of course photograph this rich and colorful city.
BHUTAN – GETTING TO THE TIGER’S NEST by Ian Robert Knight High on the mountainside, not far from the small village of Paro, Bhutan, sits the sacred ‘Tiger’s Nest” temple. This Himalayan Buddhist temple has become the cultural icon of Bhutan. Tiger’s Nest is the popular name for the temple more properly known as…
BHUTAN – MONKS AND MONASTERIES By Ian Robert Knight Bhutan measures it’s own worth by how happy it’s citizens are. In a way, many countries do that, but not to the same extent that Bhutan does. For Bhutan, it’s an official policy. While most countries have a ‘success’ measurement of GDP, Bhutan measures GNH,…