Man of Cancer

My buddy and I were strolling through an open air market near Agra in India when we noticed a number of red spit stains on the ground. Not that spitting was uncommon in public in India, but these particular spit stains had such nausea inducing appearances with granular content mixed into a dark red thickened…

Part 5: Varanasi

Travel Journal, Page 62, Nov. 24 203 am, waiting for our flight out at the airport.  We finally arrived to Varanasi around noon on 11/21. Our driver was an older gentleman with sparse English vocabulary. He was very courteous, nonetheless. He suggested that we check out Sarnath that afternoon. Sarnath is not that far from…


Travel Journal, Page 56, Entry 11/18 653pmWe woke up around 7 in the morning. It was a beautiful sunny day yet again. We started our trip at the highest point of the city at the Mehrangarh Palace [note: it’s actually a fort]. It opened at 9am. It’s a well fortified and intricately decorated six some…

Just a tourist

Cambodia is known for its gorgeous natural beauty as well as its rich culture. It’s also known for its unimaginable tragedy of Khmer Rouge Genocide. I had the fortune to visit Cambodia in the spring of 2015. Here’s a collage of my photos and their short descriptions from that trip.

India – Part 2: Ajmer & Pushkar

Moving on from Taj Mahal, my travel buddy and I found ourselves in Ajmer where a popular Sufi shrine is located and Pushkar which is known for it’s public bathing ghats.