Category South East Asia
Ha Long Bay UNESCO Heritage listed Ha Long Bay is on every Vietnam visitor’s must see list nowadays and the fact that it is so close to Ha Noi makes it an easy excursion. When Hamish & I went in 1998, we decided to spend a night at Cat Ba Island to ensure we made […]
I visited in October 2015, arriving at sunrise along with hundreds of others…… What a majestic sight it was despite the hordes jockeying for position to get the best shot (or should I say hundreds of shots!). Talking of Cambodia, this is the setting for my thriller ‘Drip By Drip‘. It is available now from […]
Offering the likes of flowers, fruit and food to Buddha is considered good karma and is a regular ritual for all Buddhists. These pictures are from the Cambodian capital in 2015.
An excerpt from my thriller set in Cambodia, available from Amazon
The Snake King Completely & Restaurant, Guangzhou, China I have dined in a handful of Michelin Star restaurants in my time, taken lunch with high society at The Ivy and had the world famous salad at The Waldorf. All enjoyable in their way, but nowhere near as much fun as dining with locals in a […]
This photo is one of my favourite from my travels. It was 1997 when we visited the tea plantation near Bogor to learn all things tea. The unexpected highlight was meeting this school group who were keen to hear English spoken by native tongue. Cue impromptu English lesson. They also had Hamish and I sing […]
Number 1 – Cambodia with Mrs Wilbur Anybody that has been to South East Asia will instantly remember the first time that they ventured there. It is a region like no other. A culture completely alien to those of us that live in the West. A region that is completely intoxicating and leaves you wanting […]