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October 21, 2013

Happy Birthday: Tripologist Turns 2

Happy Birthday! Tripiologist.com Turns 2

Two years ago today, on October 21, 2011, Tripologist.com was born. The first post was a repost of an article I wrote for 10 Magazine in Korea about a festival that had already happened. Certainly not the best post I’ve ever written, but everyone has to start somewhere.

From that single post, Tripologist has grown and now has over 300 posts about everywhere from Korea to Turkey to America, and a lot of places in between.

In the past year, the site has grown considerably and has transitioned from a part-time hobby to part of my full-time job.

All that being said, I wanted to thank each of you for reading my site. I know I might not be the best writer or photographer out there, but I’ve poured my heart and a lot of time into this website over the past two years, and I appreciate each of you who have read it, commented on the articles, and connected with me on social media.

Thanks for everything! Without you, there would be no reason for Tripologist.com to exist.

To help commemorate the site’s second year, here are a few of my favorite posts written in the last year:

A seated Buddha at Wat Mana That in the Sukhothai Historical Park.

The Ancient Ruins of Sukhothai, Thailand: A Photo Essay

My wife, Julie, holding our smoked omul in Listvyanka, Russia.

Smoked Omul, Babuskas, and Lake Baikal

Wat Phou is one of the ancient cities of the Khmer. Located in Laos, Wat Phou is the older, less touristed cousin of Angkor Wat.

5 Can’t-Miss Places to Visit in Southern Laos

The area around Yangshuo, China, is perfect for a bike ride.

Getting Utterly Lost in China’s Yangshuo River Valley






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