Home to a back-breaking sulfur mining operation, the active Kawah Ijen Volcano in East Java was one of the highlights of our trip to Indonesia.
While we weren’t too impressed by tiny Gili Trawangan, we loved watching the gorgeous sunsets here every evening.
In Bali, we try the world’s most expensive coffee – kopi luwak – made from coffee beans that have been digested by an Indonesian civet cat and extracted from their poop.
The world’s most recognizable brand is now doing business in Burma, narrowing the list of countries that do not have Coca-Cola operations to two…
Watch Heather try out one of Bangkok’s many Fish Spas, where hungry sucker fish eat the dead and unhealthy skin from your feet.
We return to Yangon and take a ride on the closest thing they have to a metro – the slow, but scenic Circular Railway.
We head to Inle Lake in Burma’s Shan State, famous for its unique oarsmen, floating gardens, and jumping cats.
Suffering from the insanely hot and humid weather and lack of electricity and tourist sights, we are less than thrilled with the city of Mandalay.
Only a week after visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia, we check out another impressive ancient capital – Bagan. This enormous site includes thousands of Buddhist temples, shrines, and monasteries.
Escaping the typical tourist trappings of Southeast Asia, we make our way to Burma, which is finally opening up after decades of iron-fisted military rule.