Bamboo Butterfly

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Archive for April, 2012

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There’s something about the way life flows from country to country. It’s intriguing, albeit dizzying, taking in the way people of various cultures respond to one another and the environmental factors that shape their world. I remember my first weeks trying to cross streets in Sanxia, Taiwan. Cars and scooters whizzed by, the drivers ignoring [...]

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travel the world

Count experiences, not countries

I am not a well-known travel blogger. In fact, I’m not really traveling at the moment. Unless you count those occasional excursions to Wisconsin. I am probably not on any 100 greatest travel blogs lists and many people have never heard of Bamboo Butterfly.  I have not been to every continent on the planet, and [...]

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Don’t ride elephants in Thailand, or anywhere

I’ve loved elephants for some time now, ever since watching a documentary called “The Urban Elephant” on TV some years back. They are such intelligent and magical creatures, such sensitive beings that are highly misunderstood and grossly unappreciated by many people around the world. A few years ago, one of my dreams came true when [...]

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Taiwan’s airports transforming into world-class facilities

*Guest post Being the first thing that a traveler sees upon touching down on foreign land, airports often hold a heavy burden. Airports not only need to have well-trained staff members who are able to address customers regardless of cultural differences, but also need to have upgraded facilities that can compete with topnotch facilities in [...]


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