The Gift that Keeps on Giving (from Malacca)

Today Angie, Martin and I visited Malacca – a beautiful city in Malaysia.Malacca has much to offer – the Dutch area, the seashore, and a very cool Chinatown. My favorite part of town, however, is Kampung (Malay for village) Mortem.I first visited Kampung Mortem ten years ago and was a

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Where Am I? (A light rant…)

Where am I, indeed?It’s a very good question… I asked myself that very question, when I woke at 4 a.m. today, in a place that was unfamiliar and completely indistinct. It’s one of my pet peeves. Shouldn’t you be able to wake up in a hotel room and immediately know

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Burgers at Sino, Santana Row

When we lived in Asia, Angie and I really grew to enjoy ‘big city’ life.The assortment of restaurants, the range of arts, along with the ability to do these things without driving, … That doesn’t really exist in San Jose/Santa Clara (yes, I know it does in San Francisco, but

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Taco Time! – Alviso, California

I went to lunch yesterday in sunny Alviso, at El Taco de Oro – purveyors of the finest $1 taco in the south bay (and I’m not kidding about that – I LOVE this place). I was there with Mike, Gary, and Bill as we caught up on all the

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How do you say Synchronicity in Japanese?

Strange how events align… Yesterday, I received an email from an old friend, Megumi Tadenuma (Megurina, was our nickname for her). She’s the one on the far right in the front row of the photo above.I hadn’t heard from Megurina in about 4 years, so it was a happy surprise.

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Celebrating Failure

I’m back in Santa Clara, after a long flight and a free upgrade to business class – Thanks Lufthansa!!My first trip to Israel was an unqualified success – professionally and personally. Can’t wait until I get to go back. I always ask myself, after a training session – what did

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Is Jerusalem Too Commercial? (from Israel)

We spent a day in Jerusalem last weekend.It’s an interesting city with an oversupply of history. We had a pretty active debate over whether the area was ‘too commercial’. On the one hand – yes. I had expected a site with an overwhelming religious or holy feel.I didn’t get that.The

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A Leadership Lesson in Reverse (from Baha’i Gardens in Haifa, Israel)

Last Monday, on our first day in Israel, Angie and I took a tour of the Baha’i Gardens in Haifa. It’s a holy place for followers of the Baha’i faith.One of those Baha’i followers, a German woman named Eva, led us on our free tour of the garden and gave

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The Dead Sea – Israel

Just how dead is The Dead Sea? This dead…. Oh, the irony.This is what we mean by ‘dry humor’.ba-dum-dum.. I’ll follow up with more pictures from Israel, later this week. Share this:

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Floating the Dead Sea – Israel

I’ve had trouble getting access to blogger.com since I got to Israel. Finally, I’m on. What can I say?Work has been great. The weather has been great. The food has been great. And the people have been great This weekend, we made the journey to Jerusalem and the Dead Sea.If

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Olives – from Israel

One of the treasures of the Mediterranean is fresh Olives. We’ve been eating a lot of these little green flavor bombs over the past week.Just can’t get enough… The trees are everywhere, and I mean everywhere. This morning I had spicy olives for breakfast.It’s a first for me, but I

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Dance me to the end of time… from Seoul

Here’s a shocker… we saw more dance today. We took a taxi up to Samcheonggak, where we saw an afternoon dance show.It was a story that was almost impossible to follow, but it didn’t matter, because both the dancers – with their brightly colored hanbok – and the dances, were

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Dance, Dance, Korea 2

I mentioned that everyone seemed to be dancing yesterday.Here’s a glimpse of what I was talking about. Angie and I wandered into an outdoor session of Korea’s “Show Music Tank“, an MTV-type program that features new Korean music. We watched for about 90 minutes, and saw about a dozen music

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Dance, Dance, Korea

The Fan Dance, Seoul, South Korea We got over to Korea House again (number 24 in Seoul’s Best 100)No dinner, just the show. I got into the second row, and got a few good shots of the world famous fan dance. I’ve mentioned before that I love dance.Anything that combines

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Why Language is Overrated (from Seoul, Korea)

Yesterday was election day in Korea, so Angie and I had a chance to see some sights.It was a beautiful day in Seoul – sunny and warm, with a cool breeze. Our first stop was Unhyeongung Mansion, where we stumbled into a Pansori performance.I heard a microphone check, walked over

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