In Laos, sticky rice is the main staple — but if sticky rice is the president of the Lao diet, then noodles are like its running mate. Fresh or dried, wide and flat or thin and round, morning, noon or night, noodles can be eaten as a meal in itself or as a side dish. Continue reading Noodles of northern Laos
It’s safe to say that I am in love. In three years I have travelled to Ernen and Mühlebach four times. These two small villages in the Upper Valais region of Switzerland have me bewitched I describe why I return again and again in my story published in The Australian. Continue reading Guide to Ernen and Mühlebach
When five-month old Kobe arrived at the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, he was traumatised. His mother had been shot and killed by hunters. Kobe had been caught, noosed, bound tightly by all four legs, tied to a length of bamboo and carried through the jungle. Continue reading Free the Bears Laos
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I’m a Canadian writer & photographer living in Laos, Vietnam and the Caribbean. So Many Miles is about diving in, discovering and creating a narrative about the world, one story and adventure at a time.
Cindy is currently in Turks and Caicos Islands.