Monthly Archives: July 2009

Pulau Tioman

We are in Kampung Salang on Pulau Tioman – that’s a lot of unusual words to say we’re on a paradise-like tropical island with actual white-sand beaches and the sort of turquoise water you only see in pictures. There is … Continue reading

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Maintenance Update

Hello, friends! Since it’s been a little while, I wanted to toss some reminders out there for those of you who may not know the variety of ways you can follow along on our journey. 1. Rhysandindi.com is the obvious … Continue reading

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Tea’s Company

Today I am writing from Melaka, Malaysia. Or Malacca. Or Malaka. There are dozens of ways people spell this city, but one thing is constant: it’s beautiful. It’s a photographer’s dream. There are so many interesting buildings and people that … Continue reading

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The Silent Speaks…

Ahhh, Asia. Nothing makes the memories flood back like the little touches – squeezing onto a rush-hour train so crowded that falling over isn’t just not a concern, it’s an impossibility; various shops and stalls lining every free square inch … Continue reading

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Welcome to Malaysia

**NOTE: Our renters are moving out at the end of August. If you are or know anyone that may be interested in renting our home, please let me know and I’ll send you the information. Also, we’ve compiled our first … Continue reading

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My First Published Photo

Hey, all! It’s me again. Another quick note on something REALLY cool. I got an e-mail today from the Managing Editor of Schmap.com (they put together comprehensive city guides online) and they’ve included one of my photos in their most … Continue reading

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Reader Poll

Hey everyone – We are considering making a few bulk purchases of items that could be of interest to you all – things like sarongs, jewelry, brand-name clutch-wallets and silk scarves, etc. They’re inexpensive compared to what you would pay … Continue reading

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