Our adventures in Northern India began after we rapidly abandoned a rain-swamped Delhi and took the quick flight hop to Leh, capital of the astounding Himalayan region of Ladakh. After several glorious weeks trekking, we took the overland route back ...Read more
One of my favourite food journeys in Thailand started in the fantastically friendly and colourful border town, Mae Sot. The road from here broadly follows the Burmese border north onto Mae Sariang and then Mae Hong Son. We finally rested ...Read more
The island of Penang was the first place I ever visited in SE Asia. In the early nineties, Lee and I nabbed some cheap flights to Bangkok, hoofed our way from the airport across the city to Hualalumpong station and ...Read more
It’s difficult not to fall in love with Cambodia. We spent our days exploring atmospheric, jungle-encased temples, making friends with warm and welcoming locals, searching for elusive dolphins and sampling delicious and fragrant food. My favourite town was ...Read more
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