The Enduring Mystery Of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

The thrum of mopeds darting down back streets was the lullaby of Siem Reap.

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The Slow Train From Bangkok To Poipet

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.

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An Introduction To Thailand

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.

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Going Nowhere: Why I’m Revisiting South East Asia

Having made the personal decision that 2020 isn’t the year for international travel, I’ve decided to transport myself abroad by other means.

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Day 51 to 58: The Subtle Meaning Of Home

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.

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Day 42 to 44: Some Great Blogs For Armchair Travel

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?

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Day 27 to 30: Seven Calm Places For Destination Inspiration

As our lockdown routine solidifies, I imagine that like me, you’re spending more time thinking about possible escapes when this is all over.

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Day 26: Reinvention Is As Good As A Rest, Right?

Maybe I’ve completely lost my marbles here. Or maybe it was time I made a change to my corner of the Internet.

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Day 17: Sunset Over South West London

The late onset of spring here in the UK has meant that every evening there has been a silencing sunset over south London. Thursday’s was stand-out spectacular.

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Day 13 to 16: Should We Feel Guilty For What We Take For Granted?

Knowing when to stop to appreciate what I’ve got, before it has gone, is a skill that I’ve always grappled with.

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