I would guess that most people go to the Grand Canyon with, well grand expectations – I suppose I was somewhat the opposite of that – my expectations were actually reasonably low having previously been to the similarly massive Copper Canyon in Mexico, which I was able to get to easily by public transport and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The tourist situation in Burma/Myanmar is currently a constantly changing one. More so than in many other countries I found that the guides you can find in books, and even the ones on the internet were often well out of date and facing a hopeless task in trying to keep up with the changing information […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Having just left Burma/Myanmar, and having just relaunched my blog, I thought I’d mark the occassion by sharing some of my favourite sunset photos from my time in Burma/Myanmar. The sunsets I saw here were often astonishing in their beauty, and if they could work out a way to export them around the world they would […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’m going to let the photos do most of the talking for this post. For Ankor Wat and its surrounding ruins I will just say the following: They are amazing! There are many tourists – BUT – there are also many temple, so it’s perfectly possible to find sites with few, if anyone else there […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
So my whistle-stop tour of Vietnam continues and once again I find myself thinking about how someday I will have to come back to visit this fantastic country at a more relaxed pace. Hoi An has been the perfect counterpoint to the hustle and bustle of Hanoi and my outdoor adventures on Cat Ba Island. […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.