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Vietnam’s slender shape, like a singular rose wilting away from the edges of the South China Sea, lends itself to linear travel.
“The Challenge And Reward Of Covering Distance In Vietnam”
Border days are the final exams of the traveller’s world. If you don’t revise, you won’t be able to move forwards.
“I Broke Rule Number One In Ho Chi Ming City”
For most of us, hesitant acceptance of the atrocities that the Khmer Rouge regime inflicted on its people is the closest we’ll ever get to comprehension.
“Remembering History In Phnom Penh, Cambodia”
On farmland near the small fishing town of Kampot, dusty paths ran poker straight around the edges of fields like grouting in between bright green bathroom tiles.
“Roads To Nowhere On Cambodia’s Coast”
The thrum of mopeds darting down back streets was the lullaby of Siem Reap.
“The Enduring Mystery Of Angkor Wat, Cambodia”
I resembled a dog for most of the train ride from Bangkok to Poipet. Nose out of the window, breeze in my face and an open mouthed grin for anyone who wanted it.
“The Slow Train From Bangkok To Poipet”
Searching for the next shining Bhudda in Wat Pho was like panning for gold. I knew there would be another but I had to work to find it.
“An Introduction To Thailand”
Having made the personal decision that 2020 isn’t the year for international travel, I’ve decided to transport myself abroad by other means.
“Going Nowhere: Why I’m Revisiting South East Asia”
How are you all getting on around the world? I found last week hard. A physical and mental slump as week eight of the lockdown dragged on and the UK’s approach to the crisis came under the spotlight in world media.
“Day 51 to 58: The Subtle Meaning Of Home”
For those of us with itchy feet, having a mandated radius of only a few kilometres (if that) has made for a brutal lifestyle change. Most of my WordPress community live to explore. So what do we do now?
“Day 42 to 44: Some Great Blogs For Armchair Travel”
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