Or, Our “Rumble in the Jungle,” Khanom Style*
So I had my first motorcycle accident last Sunday. It happened in slow motion. Literally. Just like my first and only car accident.**
So, I’ve gone back to Thailand. I’m going to be a beach bum. I’m 10 years late on that score (and admittedly, I will be supported by a steady freelance income). But for the next two fiscal quarters, my social life will consist of hanging out at a beach bar with mostly twenty-something English teachers, ex-pats, and their Thai friends. And I’ll probably get a decent tan.
The 2014 Jaipur Literature Festival kicks off next month. For five days in January, thousands of people will gather at the Diggi Palace in the Pink City of Rajasthan to talk about books, ideas, and the world. I had the great fortune to attend JLF this past year and wish I could go again this year. If you find yourself in Rajasthan next month, here are 10 tips for making the most of the Jaipur Literature Festival.
There is no shortage of travel apps out there and it seems like every other week the next best thing comes out. I don’t have time to keep up with or try them all. But after my passport, my iPhone is quite possibly my most important travel tool, and most of my app usage is completely free (sometimes even data-free).