Half way around the world…

So here we go again, time to wipe the dust off the ol’ blog and actually write about something interesting. It looks like this thing has been used as a dumping ground for rather fratty looking play lists recently…is there anything more annoying than “Hey look at my play list” guy? I don’t know why I said that, I actually like “Hey look at my play list” guy. Looks like I need to kick the dust off the writing skills as well.

So, why are we getting back on the horse? Well the wife and I have decided to take yet another international adventure, and this time The Canadian and Ms. Danielle will be along with us. As far as the blog goes, same deal as last time. I write from my phone, and post pictures, and make maps for you to follow along with and I try to provide you with enough entertainment to make it worthwhile. Some new things though:

– I used Google’s feed burner before for subscribing to blog posts. I don’t know if that still works or not. What will work is if you go over to the little widget on the right side of the blog, type your email address in the box, and then click the button that says Hook Me Up.

– Twitter is a thing. While I don’t know how that is going to work in areas/at times where we don’t have connectivity, you should totally follow me and retweet everything i say always. I haven’t 100% decided if I am going to do much of this on the trip, but if I do please know that it will likely be R rated. There is link to do this over on the right also. My handle is @cstays.

– Facebook is a thing too. I’ll be reposting links to new posts there so it should be pretty easy to follow along for those of you who can’t or won’t figure out the email trick.

Okay! Enough already! Where exactly are you going?

Some Books

Exactly half way around the world from Florida is the Southeastern Asian peninsula. Our 3 week journey will take us to Hong Kong, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. Check out the map below and I’ll see you on the blogosphereotronimatic!

1- Hong Kong
2- Ha Noi, Vietnam
3- Siem Reap, Cambodia (Angkor Wat)
4- Phnom Penh, Cambodia
5- Bangkok, Thailand
6- Krabi, Thailand
7- Phi Phi Island, Thailand

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