Category Archives: Travel

Vegas 2018 part one

The very first thing we did on our first full day in Vegas was to go to a Drag Brunch at Senor Frogs, located at Treasure Island. A Drag Brunch is a Drag Show with Brunch and alcohol. Two former … Continue reading

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A solo trip with Ravi

Since Elanor was born, Ravi and I have had very few nights away from her. The exception was when we went to Hong Kong when she was two. I had a broken leg, and managed to get pregnant with Rhi … Continue reading

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Hawaii with kids

Hawaii has a well-deserved reputation for being paradise. America’s fiftieth state is actually a series of hundreds of islands in the Hawaiian archipelago, of which only seven can be visited. This past December, our family chose to focus on three … Continue reading

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Better

In my last post from about two months ago, I was pretty depressed. Understandably so, given the crappy year I’ve had, health-wise. Things are better.  It’s been a slow process, but they’re improving. Hair Losing a lot of hair was … Continue reading

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Club Med, Bali (review)

We spent a week at the end of November/start of December at Club Med, Bali. I’ve already talked about our vacation in terms of the all-inclusive resort experience here.  I’m going to try to avoid doing a retread of those … Continue reading

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The inclusive resort experience

We just got back from a week in Bali at Club Med.  This was my first time staying at an inclusive resort, and I had no idea what to expect.  I’d heard good things about the resort from friends in … Continue reading

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E & O Residences Kuala Lumpur (Serviced Apartment Review)

We are not F1 fans, so we decided to go to KL this past weekend. I spent a number of years working in various front office positions in college and grad school for Sheraton and Omni hotels.  In the early … Continue reading

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Cambodia: Sunset at Pre Rup Temple

The most popular place to observe sunset is the top of Phnom Bakheng looking back at Angkor Wat.  But honestly, by the time sunset rolled around on my first day I was just over the big crowds and I asked … Continue reading

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Angkor Wat at sunrise

Heads up–I’m going to talk about photography a bit in this post.  Feel free to skim and just look at the pretty pictures. **Disclaimer–numbers/sunrise times were applicable during my visit in early May 2014.  Depending on when you read this, … Continue reading

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Don Mueang International Airport (Bangkok, Thailand)

My layover on the way to Cambodia was at Don Mueang International Airport (only Silk Air flies directly between SIN and REP, and is expensive compared to Air Asia).  This is the “other” Bangkok airport, not to be confused with … Continue reading

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