Many of the beaches of Kinmen remain untouched, for now.
Ever wonder how the ancient Chinese kept intruders out of their home? This was one way.
I tried out a service that connects travelers with locals and provides the groundwork for grassroots businesses throughout Southeast Asia.
Find out what happened when I camped out in a decommissioned Taiwanese military base.
An exploration of the Joshua Tree, a symbol of the American southwest, the advance guard of the perennial invasion against civilization.
Laowai comics is a webcomic that covers all aspects of the China experience. This week's installment focuses on those who can't hack it anymore.
On my first day in Singapore I met David, who told me a little about the lay of the land.
This is supposed to be the best place in the world to fly into, and I can see why.
The perfect travel food arose in Japan around a thousand years ago. It is called bento, and there is still nothing better for getting a complete, cheap, and nutritious meal on the road.
Lisa Hamilton explores her people's love (or hate) of the legendary condiment known as Vegemite.
Bad Mike has hit the low point in the vagabond's emotional bell curve. How will he get back on top?
David Fegan shares yerba mate with Buenos Aires locals and asks what their 'national infusion' means to them.
Petra speaks in a smooth bilingual stream. How does this really work?
Where Vagabond Journey stands in October 2014, 3,861 days since our first post.
I was walking through the countryside of Kinmen and I found this interesting contraption.
An interesting contraption to capture flies at a bakery in Kinmen.
Lawrence Hamiliton lives the true China expat experience, which is some strange stalemate between the contending forces of being repelled and held captivated.
Laowai Comics is a web comic that shows all aspects of the China experience. This week's installment shows just how frightening a Laowai can be.
David Fegan plots a course of learning, observation, and experience through South America.