We are ShEvo.
What started as a sabbatical became an epic world-wide journey... that never ended. Today, ShEvo (that's Sheila and Evo, also known as "us") are living the expat life in Bangkok, still telling stories and having adventures. Are you keeping up?
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Recent episodes of our comedy travel podcast:
A listener of ours is about to start volunteering and traveling the world. Because she is smart, she turned to us for valuable information and our relatable experiences. And because we love our listeners, we came through with some solid advice. Sort of.
We answer a question from a reluctant traveler who has a nasty habit of leaving a trail of adaptors and gizwickies from Heathrow to India and all points in between: What sort of process do we have in place so that we don’t lose things when we travel all the time.
As citizens of what is supposed to be the country with the best healthcare in the world, just how have we dealt with illness traveling the globe? That’s a question one of our listeners has, so we have to answer!
Apparently we talk about riding motorbikes in Southeast Asia quite a lot. As such, one of our long-time listeners wants to know more. Like are licenses required? How much does it cost to rent a motorbike in Thailand or other countries in SE Asia? And just what is required to rent one of these two-wheeled death traps? We have the answers. Listen in!
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Recent posts from our blog:
Are you an American living in Bangkok? I’ve got the skinny on how you too can score a visa for China. Spoiler alert: It’s actually pretty straightforward if you can follow simple directions.
Checking in to your flight on China Eastern Airlines can be a challenge. Let this handy guide show you the way.
A farcical look at Chengdu China. Because I'm bored and feel the need to do something creative. And weird.
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Recently published articles
"We filled a two-week gap in our September schedule with a trip to Vietnam. Rather than choose a single location, our friends recommended we take the train from Hanoi down to Ho Chi Minh City, spending time in various cities along the way as we slowly made our way down the North-South Reunification Line."
"Based on my recent travels, here are a few notable noshes to inspire you to try a few new dishes when you’re out on the road—because great food is waiting for you just about everywhere!"
"As the primary jumping-off point for all places in Southeast Asia, there’s no shortage of sightseeing opportunities in Hong Kong: incredible shopping, fantastic dining, day-trips, exotic experiences… if you can dream it, you can probably do it."