Iceland Part 2 – The 66th Parallel North

June 4, 2012
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If the globe is your head, Iceland is your nose. It shows that you are still alive whenever you breath. It pumps out steam when it’s angry too. – Sejin

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Iceland Part 1 – The Proposal

May 15, 2012
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We couldn’t stop honking at the sheep while driving. Why? Because if one sheep runs away the whole herd start to run! It was hilarious! -Sejin

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Frankfurt and Mainz, Germany

May 8, 2012
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My first step back into the Western world after having spent 18 months in Asia.

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New Delhi

April 25, 2012
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I don’t have too much to say about New Delhi, and I also don’t have many pictures to share. The attractions weren’t as magical or impressive as in Agra or Varanasi, but it was still fascinating simply to watch the people go about their business. I think the most interesting part about New Delhi was […]

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Agra and Taj Mahal

April 25, 2012
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I never imagined I would have the opportunity to visit one of the architectural wonders of the world, Taj Mahal, but since the city in which it resides, Agra, was on our train path from Varanasi to New Delhi, we thought it would silly not to take the day and explore this city. The city […]

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Varanasi – Along the Ganges River

April 18, 2012
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Varanasi was the first city we visited in India. It was my first time in India, and although Sejin had been to India a few times before, it was her first time in Varanasi. It’s hard to describe in words what the experience is like, but hopefully the pictures will help. Please click through to […]

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September 2, 2011
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In the middle of our trip we visited Kathmandu. It’s the largest city in Nepal with approximately one million people. When we visited, the city was fairly stable and safe. We were worried as there have been some unrest there in the past. But, there were still some issues. The biggest of which was the […]

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Bhaktapur – Steeped in History

June 18, 2011
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Two Posts in one week? Crazy! When we originally started planning out our trip, we picked a few special must-see cities before connecting them with other destinations. Bhaktapur was one of those original few. After seeing the movie Baraka and appreciating the beautiful imagery that this city has to offer, it was hard to pass […]

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Tibet-Nepal Border and The Last Resort

June 13, 2011
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Let’s just ignore the fact that this post is long overdue, and just focus on the pictures themselves.. :) These pictures are from our long trip last August, where we travelled into Nepal from Tibet. Crossing the border was pretty interesting, and our stay at The Last Resort was fascinating, and a bit scary (you’ll […]

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I’m Married!

May 22, 2011
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Wondering where I’ve been for the last several weeks? Getting married of course! Myself and Sejin were married on May 7th, 2011 in Saint John. Her parents were down to visit so we’ve been pretty busy with everything. Photo courtesy of Sean McGrath. If you’d like to see some more pictures, please head on over […]

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