WIPEOUT: falling down in the Thai Islands

Wipeout! Yard Sale! Knocked Down but I get up AGAIN They say third time is the charm but not sure if that is true if you wind up bloody. In Koh Phangan we went for a walk from Haad Yao to Haad Salad to  Mae Haad and back again. All three bays are pretty but … Continued

Playing on Koh Phangan

Video: Playing on Koh Phangan After arriving in Haad Yao on Koh Phangan we had almost two days of rain. When the skies cleared we enjoyed the pristine beach. Fonto Mak Mak means Lots of Rain! We walked from Haad Yao to Haad Salad and to Mae Haad and back again. One surprise on our … Continued

Filmmaking Tip: Timing

This is a video tip series in which we’ll single out one technique we used in our films to help you make better travel films. If you’re new to our films, Humanity.TV aims to inspire authentic travel through brief but intimate HD videos on fascinating people around the world. While we try never to rely on music … Continued

Big Buddha on Koh Samui (video)

Video: Big Buddha and Wat Plai Leam Big Buddha 12m (36 feet tall) also known as Wat Phra Yai, built in 1972 on Koh Faan this golden seated statue is in the Mara posture, with the left hand’s palm up resting on the lap and the right hand facing down. Dress appropriately wear shirts or … Continued

Is Travel With Kids “Worth it?”

“I’ve always said I didn’t want kids because I wanted to travel and adventure… but meeting you guys has blown that argument out of the water…” I laughed over my wine glass as our backpacker guest of the evening proceeded to ask a million questions about “How we do it” with four kids, and expressed … Continued

Travel Blogger ThinkTank

 Kicking Back in Koh Samui Spending time with Travel Fashion Girl and the Travel Blogger ThinkTank at Inspiration House in Koh Samui was energizing. We created six new pages for our website and our site had a Spa Day with Flare Internet Marketing. We also went to the Koh Samui Expat’s event at Firebird on … Continued

Sailing to Samui

Video: Sailing to Samui Traveling to the Thai Islands by boat from Donsak to Koh Samui was so exciting! It had been four years since we were last in the Thai islands and we were ready for great beaches and relaxing. We planned to go to Koh Samui to meet Alex, Travel Fashion Girl, and … Continued

A Taste of Immortality – Part 4

Glasswork craftmanship at its best. These windows are some of the many found throughout the Nasīr al-Mulk Mosque in Tehran, Iran. A nearby mosque on the way to Abyaneh. Mountains are the typical backdrop to many small villages like Abyaneh. An Abyunaki woman wearing traditional clothes. The clothing usually consists of a white long patterned … Continued

Lisa in National Geographic!

Thank you to National Geographic for posting my article on the Royal Cremation in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia! The article begins: By Lisa Niver Rajna To kick off our year-long trek through Southeast Asia, my husband and I spent two months exploring the Indonesian island of Bali with no set itinerary. While in the town of Ubud, home of the Balinese … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel