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How This Trip Would Be Different If We Were Women

I recently received a message on our facebook page from a fan who made a great point: We don’t talk about women enough. “I want to offer a critique as to your choice of article topics.  As two men traveling … Continue reading

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The South Asian Beer Awards

One thing that bicycle tourists have in common is drinking a lot of beer. Packed with calories and carbs and alcohol, beer is our sports’ preferred energy drink. There’s nothing that gears us up for hundred kilometer rides like downing … Continue reading

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Our Cricket Story Makes the April Cover of Little India Magazine

In December we wrote a piece about the incredible odds of becoming a professional cricket player in India. With tens of thousands of cricket academies in India, the number of kids gunning to play runs in the millions.The resultant statistics … Continue reading

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How India Changed Us

A few months before arriving in India, we read an article from Post Masculine’s website called A Dust Over India. It was terrifying. It talked about the scams, the poverty, and the sometimes unbelievably messed up, inhumane things like forced … Continue reading

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My Problem with the Word “Westernized”

For months, I’ve been using the term “Westernized” to refer to specific kinds of Indians. A friend recently pointed it out, and it bothered me once I stopped to think about it. “Chris, does it seem like our next host … Continue reading

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