Most of you may think I got lost somewhere in the jungle in Laos (where I went zip-lining with the Gibbon experience, more on that later). Some of you may think I assimilated into a hilltribe in Chiang Rai. And maybe some of you think I decided to become a rice farmer in Vietnam. Whether you’re thoroughly convinced of the former or the latter, I know that ALL of you are wondering where the heck I’ve been!
Well, let me give you a brief rundown before you get inundated by posts of the specifics. Last you heard from me I was climbing a volcano in Bali. Well…. that was almost five months ago.
In a nut shell, I braved the protests in Bangkok, participated in the biggest water fight in the world during Songkran in Chiang Mai, went trekking and rode an elephant in Pai, zip-lined through the jungle in Northern Laos, took the slowboat to Luang Prabang, took the 28 hour bus ride to Hanoi, relaxed on a boat trip through Halong Bay, climbed Mount Fansipan in Sapa, visited the tailors in Hoi An, soaked up the sun in Nah Trang, surfed the sand dunes in Mui Ne, and crawled through the tunnels in Ho Chi Minh City.
So I’ve been pretty busy…. and you had no idea!!
But now I’m home. And I want to write again! I have so much I want to tell you. And of course, pictures I want to share. So stay tuned. Much more is in store!