Tag Archives: South East Asia

My Iconic Travel Moments Part 3 – 2011 to 2019 (#1) – Cambodia

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 […]

The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Sunday Photo – Buddha Gate, Royal Palace, Cambodia

Christmas Day is just another day for the estimated 535 million Buddhists in the world. 97% of Cambodia’s 14 million population are devoted to the religion. Cambodia is the main location for my new book called Drip by Drip. It is a drama involving an average British couple who become embroiled with a ruthless underworld […]

Wordless Wednesday – Lake, Cambodia (Setting For My New Book)

Drip by Drip – A Thriller Set In Cambodia

Cambodia Every so often you visit a country that really touches you. I do not mean that you have a great time – that is usually a given. I mean a destination that gets you thinking deeply, makes you unusually emotional and ekes a way into your very heart and soul. Cambodia is one of […]

Friday Photos – Cambodia’s Chilling Past

I visited cambodia in 2015 and what I witnessed both enthralled me and appalled me in equal measure. Of course I was completely wowed by the amazing Khmer architecture and beguiled by the incredibly friendly locals However, learning more detail about the cruel actions of the evil Khmer Rouge regime in the mid to late […]

Monday Morning Blues – Cambodian Pond

I am featuring Cambodia in my Monday Morning Blues post this week to mark the fact that my novel set in the amazing country will be released very soon. I took this in 2015 as we neared a temple site in Siem Reap Province. I love the reflection of the trees and clouds on the […]

Lake, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia

Wordless Wednesday – Cambodian Lake, Siem Reap Province

The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Sunday Photos – The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

My new book will be released very shortly. It is a fictional drama set in Cambodia entitled ‘Drip By Drip’. The novel centres on an English couple who embark on a life affirming trip, but unwittingly get caught up with a ruthless underworld organisation. There will be more to follow, so to mark the forthcoming […]

The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

My Top Ten Big Cities Outside Europe #3 – Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh – Population 1.5 million The Cambodian capital is a special place. Synonymous with the suffering of the Khmer Rouge genocide, but also rich in royal history with a stunning palace complex and fine temples. Phnom Penh sits astride the Mekong and Tonle Sap Rivers, both waterways providing the lifeblood of the city. I […]

My Top 10 Big Cities Outside Europe #9 Hanoi

#9 – Hanoi, Vietnam (population 7.8 million) The capital of Vietnam is situated in the north of the country and despite its smaller size it is altogether far less frenzied than Ho Chi Minh City. I visited the previously war torn nation in 1998 when it was far less popular to do so than it […]