We wasted no time starting our Southeast Asia itinerary with a 6 day round-trip minibus journey to the ruins of Bagan, Mount Popa, and Inle Lake.
The morning came very early for our crew, and with a quick stop at Dunkin Donuts, we were headed back up the mountain to El Recreo.
Sunday January 14 – We all woke up around 6:30 Am, excited about getting back to the Refugio de Vida Silvestre Cuero y Salado, to meet are boat. The night before had been spent researching jaguars, howler monkeys, white face monkeys...
Luckily, at the end of August, projects in Lyon and Brussels allowed me to revisit the region and gave me the chance to see France and Belgium with a new set of eyes.
With so much turmoil in the world, it was fresh to think about our Favorite Natural Places and visit their beauty and awesomeness all over again...
From Bangkok, we wasted no time starting our Southeast Asia Itinerary and made a beeline for the Gulf of Thailand, spending time on Ko Tao and Ko Pha-Ngan.
Itinerary Hedonism, Yugo’s, and Sultans Three Weeks (August 25th – September 14th, 2010) Beginning with an international flight to Athens, we spent a couple of days exploring the ancient Acropolis and museums, before grabbing a rental...
After two taxi’s and a long bus ride, we arrived in La Ceiba, our home for the next two month’s on the Northern Coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
My first three months in the European Bureau as a Foreign Service Construction Engineer have been a whirlwind of on the job training and travel.
I have passed the Qualifications Evaluation Panel for my Foreign Service Construction Engineer Application and am Referred for Additional Consideration