From one of my first adventures as a vagabond, I took this photo of my crew and I arriving by longboat on one of the “4000 Islands” of Laos, Don Det.
This is a typical local dinner I have in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. A 5 course meal for ₫30,000 ($1.25 USD) per person – includes a drink.
Looking out the window of a long derelict safehouse in Guangzhou, China. Now used as a pit stop communal apartment for us retired agency folk.
I caught an impromptu ride with this local family to cross the Thailand / Laos border via the Mekong River on a tiny boat with an improvised car motor.
Somewhere in Cambodia an exotic and thriving village exists floating on stilts full of homes, livestock, schools, salons, shops, restaurants and even pubs.
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Strangely and out of nowhere is Stone Mountain, like a titan threw a small moon and it landed in the middle of Georgia, United States of America.