Walking in Asia

August 11, 2012

walking in Asia

We do a lot of walking in Asia, actually ,we walk the whole world, because we like to see this earth from ground level on our travels. Here you see our 11 year old walking with her Dad, something they do regularly as we purposely do not have a car or motorbike here.

They are just going to Tesco, so not like when they climbed the Tiger's Nest in Bhutan, but it's a nice little walk and good time to bond. This is how we get our groceries and supplies no matter where we are in the world. I took this photo from our terrace because it makes me smile and is just a small life-in-Asia moment.

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Paul (To Asia)

We love walking too. We live in Thailand and to be honest the roads are so dangerous, walking is a great alternative. Mind you we often need to bring umbrellas with us to keep the searing sun at bay!

Jeanne @soultravelers3

The roads in Asia, do seem to be so very dangerous...crossing them is taking your life in your hands. I have seen more accidents here than ANY where in my's a regular occurance, so sad..usually motorbikes and lots of blood.

We love the quiet streets near our home where there is little or no traffic. It's a new area, so it will probably some day also be full of traffic in bursting Asia.


Was just discussing this very topic on Facebook. A good walk, even if it is for 10 minutes, will clear my mind and change my attitude - so uplifting. Love walking, especially in Bali and yes, An umbrella will be required on my walks as the rainy season approaches.

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