Earl Hardie Karges
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blogger, author
On which destinations & travel topics can you advise members especially well?
SE Asia, Latin America, Europe
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East Africa, Central Asia
Other travel / language expertise?
Thai, Spanish

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Traveling through space is geography.  Traveling through time is history.  I just finished reading the Travels of Marco Polo and Great Railway Bazaar by Paul Theroux simultaneously; okay, actually I was alternating between them.  As fate would have it, they’re traveling…


Posted on May 22, 2016 at 10:00pm

Beijing Runaround: Buses & Planes & Subways

Any flight that leaves at 1:20 in the morning is already doomed as far as I’m concerned.  It can only go down hill from there, especially when the airplane seat back doesn’t seem to want to recline backward.  But this one’s worse than that.  Not only do I arrive in…


Posted on December 12, 2015 at 3:27pm

Visiting the Marshall Islands Majuro Atoll

After four days in Pohnpei, FSM, some of them with drenching rain, all of them with power blackouts, it’s good to get the hell outta’ Slidell, that is Pohnpei.  I’ll leave half a bear of honey behind, but the flashlight and Virgen de Guadalupe votive candle will go with me, presumably all the way back to LA, since the trip’s almost over.  And certainly the brownies will come along, too.  Micronesians make damn good brownies btw.  So I board the plane—a pound or two heavier—in a downpour and…


Posted on December 3, 2014 at 8:59am

Vigan, Philippines: Restaurants & Ruins, Empanadas & Españoles

Baguio is the only bump in a long ride up the coast from Manila to the far reaches of north Luzon.  I’m sure there’s a route that hugs the coast the entire way, but I wanted to stop at Baguio first, before continuing on to Vigan.  Manila is only 150mi/250km away from Baguio, but after a seven-hour bus ride, seems much farther.  That’s because the going is so…


Posted on November 8, 2014 at 5:30pm

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At 1:09pm on January 14, 2012, Tripatini said…

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