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Kyubei Sushi in the Hotel New Otani Tokyo

Kyubei Sushi in the Hotel New Otani Tokyo

We arrived to Tokyo too late on Saturday morning (after a red eye flight) to make it to the Tsukiji Market as I (Brad) had hoped. And then, we had apparently chosen a holiday weekend to be in Tokyo, so it actually wasn’t open during the three days we we’re...
Officially Out of Beta Testing

Officially Out of Beta Testing

After 9 planes, 3 ferry boats, countless tuk tuks and taxis, several motor bikes, 4 languages, countries and currencies, great food, several new friends and basically 2 weeks of adventure, this marriage is officially launched. Thank you all who supported us with...
Lesley eats Ocotpus

Lesley eats Ocotpus

Yes, you read that correctly! Plus, you can see it in the photo above. Little pieces of octopus all wrapped up and laying on a bed of rice. Our chef was standing there preparing our meal. Brad sat there awaiting my decision. Would I eat it? Would I like it? If...
One Man Destroyed a Country

One Man Destroyed a Country

WARNING: This is a very difficult post that deals with death, but we believe you should read it. It was written by LL and edited by Brad. ======================= I had no idea how today would go when we got in our Tuk-Tuk and headed towards the Cambodian...
Charcoal Bringing Dignity & Education to Cambodian Underdogs

Charcoal Bringing Dignity & Education to Cambodian Underdogs

I couldn’t be more happy to reconnect with my long time friend and brother, Carlo Figa Talamanca, and to introduce him to LL. In turn, his father happened to be visiting Phnom Penh from Italy during our trip. Great to introduce the important people in our lives....