A Child Of The Universe by Enock Makasi

Enock Makasi

A Child Of The Universe by Enock Makasi

Publisher Note: I met Enock Makasi on March 24, 2016 when he was flying from Los Angeles, California to Salt Lake City on his way to his new home in Idaho and he was 15 years old. He had already flown from Uganda to Amsterdam and then California. He “was born in a country called Democratic … Continued

Where the Death Railway in Thailand leads

The bus drops me off just outside the busy terminal. Braving the searing heat of the afternoon sun, I trudge across Kanchanaburi. It is a typical Thai town, its streets lined with delicious street-food, uniformed schoolchildren, and bustling shops hawking their wares. Slowly, I continue walking. Then it comes into view; a walled-off oasis, sequestered … Continued

Afghanistan: Times of Lull in the “War On Terror”

When you hear the words “War on Terror”, “Operation Enduring Freedom” and “Op Herrick”, what do you think about?  Typically people tend to hear these words and immediately think about all of the negative things that could be going on with their friends, family and loved ones.  Are they in a dangerous situation? What are … Continued

Vietnam: War Remnants Museum

Today, I and Bejal Karia, my Indian friend who is now working as IT officer in London walked from Ben Thanh market to War Remnants Museum (located at 28 Vo Van Tan, District 3, Ho Chi Minh city). However, when we came, it was already closed for the lunch time. So, please keep in mind … Continued

Where is the Ho Chi Minh Trail?

Thank you to Dave’s Travel Corner for posting my article, “Where is the Ho Chi Minh Trail?: Here is the beginning of the article: Disoriented is a term that means being lost or unclear about where you are. It originated from when the East or the Orient was considered the center of the world. If … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel