You might be interested in Jadi’s stories about a magic encounter in Yangon, the World’s Largest Pile of Bricks and our exiting trip up the river in nortwestern Burma to see the Chin women with the spider tattoos on their faces (part 1, part 2, part 3).
To read about our adventures in Thailand, have a look at Jadi’s blog posts Warning: Waran!!, A Massage at Wat Pho, 2,000,000 Wrinkle-lipped Bats and Punctured.
Read Jadi’s post The Salt Pits for her meditation on the complexity of this simple staple from Central Laos.
On the events page, you can find photos of the Jidai Matsuri – Festival of the Ages in Kyoto, 2010.
For the glory and tragedy of Japan, go to Jadi’s posts Kyoto the Opaque and 8:15 A.M..
For more on Northern and Southern Vietnam’s most important temples go to Jadi’s blog posts Chùa Hương, The Perfume Pagoda and The Cult of Bà Chúa Xứ.
Jadi’s blog posts will show you why the ad says “Incredible India”: The Erotic Architecture of Khajuraho, Travel Karma and Remind Me Again: What Are We Doing Here?
Angkor Wat in Cambodia inspired Jadi’s blog post and book excerpt Death On A Wet Road Between Towns Without Names.
For more about exotic Asian food go to Jadi’s blog post Despair Is An Exotic Ingredient.