Sean and Kimberly Lightholder Travel Articles
RTW Honeymoon: Bio
Author Bio for Sean and Kimberly Lightholder.
RTW Honeymoon: Plans
How the story began.
RTW Honeymoon #14: Christchurch, Cannibalism and Kava – Christchurch, New Zealand and Fiji
Or...Fine Young Cannibals: Not just an 80's pop band! Sean and Kim enjoyed Fijian hospitality and kava ceremonies as part of their final stop of their RTW Honeymoon.
RTW Honeymoon #15: Epilogue – Bay Area, California
In this final entry, Sean & Kim reflect on some of their favourite moments and places from their trip as well as their reception as Americans abroad.
RTW Honeymoon #13: The Search for the Wild Aubie! – New Zealand
Deserts and glaciers. Waterfalls and volcanoes. Mix in a few million sheep, vast grassland plains, some exuberant native island culture and you've got a good start on New Zealand.
RTW Honeymoon #12: Sickness, Singapore and the Land of Oz – Thailand, Singapore and Australia
A 24-hour bout of the runs couldn't spoil Sean and Kim's time in paradise. They are currently in Sydney, enjoying the familiarity of a western country.
RTW Honeymoon #11: The Sounds of SE Asia – Cambodia and Vietnam
If you're ever feeling jaded and out of touch with humanity, get into a paper-rock-scissors game with a Vietnamese street kid.
RTW Honeymoon #9: Cold War Memories and Grecian Ruminations – Italy and Greece
One of the highlights of Greece was catching the sunset at Oia, supposed to be one of the best places in the world to watch Apollo parallel-park his chariot at the end of the day.
RTW Honeymoon #10: Motos, Temples and Some Guy at the Airport – Thailand and Cambodia
The Lightholders spent three days soaking up the atmosphere of Khao San Road before heading to Cambodia and some of the world's most spectacular temples at Angkor Wat.
RTW Honeymoon #8: Walt Whitman’s Grandson and Hungarian Refugees – France and Italy
No matter how boring a place might be, if the armed border guards eject you from your train compartment to extract a refugee from a small hole in your compartment ceiling, it kind of adds a bit of spi