Looking down on the colourful roofs of a monastery from Wat Saket or The Golden Mount in Bangkok with the red, orange and green tiles. On closer inspection you can see the curves of each of the handmade tiles.Learn More
Walking through the backstreets of Malacca during the Chinese New Year celebrations, camera in hand and ready to snap into action if anything interesting appeared.Learn More
Thanksgiving 24th November 1977……. Nepal/India border en route to Darjeeling.
The bus arrived very late at the border. It had already closed for the night, so Normi and I decided to find a guest house for the night. Wandering aimlessly down the road, as you do when first arriving in an unknown destination, towards the only light we could see and away from the busy border market, we met an ex-gurkha who invited us to stop over at his guest house.Learn More
Ek Phnom is a 11km bike ride from Battambang in Cambodia. The temple is in a advanced state of decay and ruin having been looted and neglected over the years. I would imagine that even a very small earthquake would bring the entire structure down. Therefore at most entrances there are signs warning visitors of the impending “Danger”Learn More
Wandering around the small town of Romblon on island of Romblon in the Philippines I followed a side road up a hill. Inquisitive as to where it lead i carried on walking uphill.
As i turned a corner i came face to face with this group of schoolgirls who were laughing,singing and dancing their way downhill after a long day at school.Learn More
Travelling around the islands of Luzon you might want to cross off each island you have visited. This is not a complete listing and we would appreciate if you can notify us of any that are missing.Learn More
Here is a list of some of my favourite songs to listen to while on the move…….. they all involve a travel theme……….For those who have ever lived a life as a hobo or simply a restless soul..these songs are for you nomadic souls with hopes that eventually, someday, we may find our journey’s end……….Learn More
Fifteen minutes walk from the city centre along a long dusty road Haks House awaits your arrival. Hak himself is a young, friendly, entrepreneurial Cambodian who saw the opportunity to invest in the fast growing tourist industry in Siem Reap.Learn More
Much has been written about Boracay and its pristine white sands and Paradise label. It can seem from first impressions that this island really is a small piece of Paradise as the average tourist comes here for two to three weeks and then flies home with all their stunning photographs of the blue sea, white sands and fantastic night life.Learn More