Ubud or Bust

I wake up, once again, in my luxury hotel, drink my tasty coffee out on the balcony (not really as it’s Nescafe instant; but then again, how good is hotel room coffee even… Continue reading

Hello Bali

After landing in Bali, making it through the visa, immigration and customs process and out the door, I finally find a working ATM. There’s one on one side of the airport entrance for… Continue reading

Leaving Las Vegas

It’s a bright, shining morning and I’m sad to say I must depart Kuala Lumpur for other bright, shining places. Kuala Lumpur is like Las Vegas, only instead of casinos, they have shopping… Continue reading

Vote – Pinky and the Cable Car

If you’ve been following the Drop Me Anywhere adventures in Kuala Lumpur on Facebook or Instagram or maybe even Twitter you’ll know that, last week, I went on a spectacular cable car ride.… Continue reading

The Good, The Bad and The Thank you’s – India

It’s time for the final article on India (actually, well-past time thanks to a crashed computer which will cause my ever dwindling funds to dwindle further). This is where I tell you what… Continue reading

Good Golly, It’s Bali

Here we go again; the voting results are in. It was a tight race between Bali, Indonesia and Hanoi, Vietnam, but ultimately, you chose Bali as our next Drop Me Anywhere location. The… Continue reading

I’m Done

It’s time for me to leave India. No, my visa doesn’t expire until April 5, but I’ve been here eighteen days, which is the third-longest I’ve been in any country on a DMA… Continue reading

Grumpy

I wake up this morning just a bit grumpy; my back hurts (darn these hard Indian mattresses, darn this screwed up back and hips, darn the lack of a simple yoga class in… Continue reading

Jungle Spice

The plan for today is to tour Old Goa with Elvis (the friend of the friend) and his brother Elston. I believe I’ve mentioned that I used to work on board cruise ships,… Continue reading

Paradise Lost

Today is a sad day, for I must leave Dwarka. This has been a place of respite from the   challenges I encountered up north and I fear leaving the protective cocoon. Unfortunately, they’re… Continue reading