Wushan Yangtze River Bridge by Jun Wei Fan (Flickr)

West China provides travelers with out of the world rafting adventure opportunities in the whole of China (pictured above is The Wushan Yangtze River Bridge by Jun Wei Fan). However, the rafting adventure along the mighty Yangtze River is by far the most popular water activity among adventure-sports lovers. IfRead More →

Mount Torq, Borneo

Climbing the Highest Via Ferrata in Mount Kinabalu, Borneo Nothing calls out your inner daredevil like mountain climbing. As T.S. Eliot said, “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go.” With more than 300 via ferrata (aka, protected climbing) routes inRead More →

Temple Golden Pattaya Thailand Travel Buddha

This new year, join me in making one of your new year’s resolutions be to overcome fear. There are so many of us that limit ourselves and our possibilities just because we’re afraid of the what-ifs in life. This year, let’s work on crushing that. The adventures in Asia thatRead More →

Craving some adventure but are afraid to go for one? Remember that fear is temporary, and regret is forever. Overcome your fear by engaging in some of Asia’s out-of-this-world adventures listed below to experience a feeling like no other. 1.  Dive in and explore spectacular WW2 shipwrecks! – Shipwreck divingRead More →

Banana Pomegranate Bread

If you’re looking for a tinge of the exotic in a great-tasting classic dessert dish, look no further.  The following for banana pomegranate bread is always a smashing success (so yummy!).  Plus the pomegranate arils (photo above by Amelia Crook) are high in vitamin C, potassium, and fiber, so youRead More →

Mutabbaq by AhmadElq

“Mutabbaq”, or “Murtabak” (which means “folded” in Arabic because it is a feast of stuffed bread folded around meat), is believed by many to have originated with Indians living in Yemen.  The Republic of Yemen had a sizable Indian population at the time and the recipe is believed to haveRead More →