The book is now officially published – Religion, Spirituality and the Way of Life in the Himalayas

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This book details my experiences in the Himalayan regions of Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and Myanmar. In an effort to become more educated about the way of life of its peoples, I discovered that religion is such an important part of …

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Religion, Spirituality and the way of life in the Himalayas

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Last proof read being done right now. This book should be available in the stores by the middle of August. It’s about my travels to Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet and Myanmar and more specifically in the Himalayan mountains. This region is …

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Leaving for my next big trip

Here I go again. VPS – ATL – DTW – PVG – CTU- LXA – BKK – HKT – DPS. Not all at one time though. First stop will be Thursday after the long haul Pacific flight to Shanghai, China. …

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The Mid-Crisis Continues is now published

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Malcolm Teasdale’s third book, “The Mid-Life Crisis Continues” is now available at many on-line book stores. What now appears to be an addiction or an extension of a midlife crisis, Malcolm Teasdale seems hell-bent on traveling to destinations where most people …

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Is Italy Overrated?

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Well, it depends what you are looking for on a vacation. If it’s an adventure, a visit to a country for a rich cultural experience, sports, various ethnic food, or a place off-the-beaten track, then Italy is not for you. …

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Singapore’s Changi Airport Hotels

Singapore’ Changi Airport has been named the World’s Best on many occasions, and for travelers who have either passed through or have had long layovers, will understand why. It is a reflection of Singapore itself, a modern, upscale, affluent, and …

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Up close and personal with Northern Thailand’s native animals

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Thailand has something for everybody. Sprawling cities, beautiful beaches, plenty of diving sites and jungles. In the Chiang Mai area of the somewhat mountainous terrain of Northern Thailand, you can get close to nature in other ways besides enjoying the …

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Gringo attends football game at the Maracana Stadium

I was on a business trip in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Meetings were due to last two days, but being my first trip to this World renowned city, it would have been stupid not to spend a couple of extra …

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Getting to Bhutan – it ain’t easy

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Before moving on with this story, I must explain the booking process. Before purchasing tickets, you must have acquired a Visa. These two items are purchased through government licensed tour operators only. I contacted one based on reviews I read …

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The Trek to Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Bhutan

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The morning sun was rising above the mountain peaks creating a spectacular photo opportunity in Paro Valley Bhutan. My breath produced a cloud of vapor in the chilly air, but it was a bright but partly cloudy day, making conditions …

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