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  • Beyond Cancun

    Posted: August 11, 2005 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    Vast meadows of aquamarine waters engage the eye with its irresistible Caribbean allure. The palm fringed powdery beach eagerly awaits the warm sea, its sand smooth and white, visited by the occasional noisy gull or brisk sand piper. Small crabs burrow in
  • Beyond Manhatten

    Posted: August 24, 2004 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    There was the expected excitement of a trip to New York. It had been more than a year since the last visit and the kids (Arielle and Noah, ages 11 and 9) were eager. I had promised to take them to see the Yankees (their father's favorite team - and, coi
  • Journey to Southeast Asia

    Posted: May 5, 2004 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 2
    The flight in to Bangkok was as expected - long and grueling: the reason I hadn't returned in more than 13 years, although I have wanted to since I had left. I have always loved Southeast Asia and it was good to be back in Thailand, where I had lived an
  • A Special Gift from the Ruins of Copan

    Posted: August 13, 1995 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    I didn't realize when my four-year-old daughter, Arielle, and I set out for the ancient Mayan ruins of Copan in Honduras that our fondest memory would be of something that took place outside the ruins themselves. But then, when you travel with a child, yo
  • The return of Theravada Buddhism to Nepal

    Posted: November 5, 1990 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 1
    PATAN is a cozy nest of a village in Nepal, just a stone's throw south of Kathmandu. It's a place in which a timeless web of alleyways and dirt paths lined by orange brick homes virtually escort you by the arm in gentle invitation to wander these sleepy
  • Bodhagaya: epicentre of Buddhism

    Posted: September 26, 1990 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    Amidst the fascinating fable and history, the magnificent temple architecture and sculpture, it is finally that splendid sea of humanity, its costume and ritual, representing Buddhism in all its pageantry and variety, that colours one's memories of Bodhg
  • One Night in Bangladesh

    Posted: September 23, 1990 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    Bangladesh - one of the world's poorest countries and admittedly not a hot-spot on the tourist circuit. The mere mention of the name conjures up images of war, famine and natural calamity.
  • The exalted and the profane

    Posted: October 15, 1989 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    LEE Hong's, a popular Thai-Chinese restaurant in the centre of Hat Yai - the perfect perch for glimpsing the multitude of sins and dramas as they unfold in this seedy citadel in southern Thai-land. I dropped in for a bowl of sukiyaki, one of the Lee Hong
  • Hitching to the Hoosier Connection

    Posted: December 3, 1978 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 1
    NEVER HAD I been farther West than Indiana last summer when, with a school companion named Steve Segal I left Indianapolis. We would drive to Seattle and part company there. Then I planned to hitchhike to continue my cross-country trek.
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