Mark Bowyer is the founder of Rusty Compass - an independent online travel guide to Vietnam and Cambodia. He has been exploring Vietnam and Cambodia since 1990 and has spent upwards of ten years of his life in hotel rooms. He was featured in the New York Times in 2015. In this talk, Mark will share with us his ideas on what makes a special journey.
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