Czech expat Michal spent a year and a half in Thailand’s gritty and vibrant capital Bangkok. He ultimately decided the city was not for him and returned home, but something about the city is pulling him back. Read this interview to learn what drove him mad and what he couldn’t help but adore.
Staying in a Mongolian yurt was a unique experience wildly different than anything else I’ve ever done in Asia. If you’ve ever wondered what life in a yurt is like, then read part two of my Ulaanbaatar trip report to learn all the details. What’s there to do, cooking, bathing, using the toilet – no stone is left unturned!
American expat Kainan went from a morbidly obese loser binging on video games in his parent’s home in southern California, to a part-time model scouring the streets of Chongqing, China looking for his future wife. How he did it, whether or not he found any success romantically in the Middle Kingdom, and every wacky little story in between can be found right here.
Ulaanbaatar is an off-the-grid city for most travelers to Asia, but does it deserve to be? I spent ten icy cold days there to find the answer to this question. The locals, the ladies, the weather, the sites, the food, and so much more – you can find out what Mongolia’s capital city is really like right here. Spoiler alert: it was worth waiting for!