HomeAuthorAmy Truong, Author at Asian Articulations

Amy is a travel lover, thrill seeker, and writer. Besides her love for travel, she enjoys hiking the world or curling up with a glass of wine and a good book. She is a retired digital nomad and currently calls Hawaii home.
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This is the ultimate guide to hiking in Hawaii and not be a total asshole (because there can be lots of them). One thing is this: you’re probably going to fall in love with hiking in Hawaii. There are no predators like bears, big wild cats, snakes, or harmful plants like poison oak or poison ivy or deer ticks (yay for no Lyme disease!). What is surprising to most people is that hiking on the mainland...

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You need to vote for things other than the President. Make sure you do that and here are other effective ways for you to channel your liberal frustration. Make sure you are registered to vote and encourage people in your life to do the same Vote.org Rock the Vote Contact your Member of the House and tell them to pass VAWA Even If Kavanaugh Gets Confirmed, We Must Fight For the Violence Against Women Act....

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After visiting Thailand and then deciding to LIVE in Thailand for a few months, I’ve been able to scour the list of best hotels to stay in Thailand (overall). This list of the best hotels to stay in Thailand is personally vetted by me (I’ve stayed in them) and/or my clients who I’ve planned and organized epic trips for. This list of the best hotels to stay in Thailand are all 4 or 5 stars hotels and luxury or...

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As a traveler, we’re observers and generally people watchers. It’s also imperative (almost your duty) as a traveler, to learn how to spot human trafficking. Human trafficking is largely a hidden crime and it is happening EVERYWHERE. In small towns, in large cities, in developed and less developed countries. In airports, airplanes, and hotel rooms. “[Traffickers] look for people who are susceptible for a variety of reasons, including psychological or emotional vulnerability, economic hardship, lack of social safety...

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