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Hang En Cave 11

Looking out of the back side of Hang En. If you look closely, at the bottom left (3/4 of the way down and about 1/4 in from the side) you'll see my wife's headlamp shining back. She provides a nice perspective for how enormous this cave's opening is.




It was 2013, and Courtney (my wife) and I were your typical, 30-something American couple. In respectable, 9-to-5 desk jobs, we were climbing the professional ladder, saving for a house, and talking about starting a family.


Instead, we quit their jobs, put everything into storage, and left our home in Washington, D.C., in search of adventure, personal fulfillment, and good eats. We spent a year motorcycling through Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand. We hiked the Himalaya in Northern India. We explored the outer reaches of Indonesia, drove across the empty quarter, and much more.


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Taken on January 18, 2014