Tag Archives: South East Asia

Monday Morning Blues – Siem Reap Province, Cambodia

Happy June everybody. This weeks’ Monday Morning Blues comes from my 2015 visit to Cambodia. The lake pictured surrounded a wonderful small temple called Neak Pean, which we visited as we geared ourselves up for an assault on the main temple sites of Angkor. It also happens to be the lake that features on the […]

Sunday Photo – My Forthcoming 3rd Book

Cambodian Drama I am currently going through the editing process of my latest book, which will be released on Amazon soon. The ebook cover is ready and is this weeks’ Sunday Photo. It is my first foray into fiction writing and it follows an average English couple who unwittingly get mixed up in a terrifying […]

The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Sunday Photo – Buddha Gate, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

This gate is situated at the Royal Palace in the Cambodian capital. We visited in 2015 and really loved our time in this beautiful country now starting to bloom again after its tragic recent history.

Wordless Wednesday – Vientiane Sunset, Laos

Wordless Wednesday – Buddhist Dragon, Royal Palace, Phnom Penh

Monday Morning Blues – Buddhist Temple Roof Adornment, Vientiane, Laos

Mekong Sunset, Luang Prabang, Laos

Sunday Sunsets – The Mekong, Luang Prabang, Laos

I have been introduced to the Sunday Sunsets tribe who post a photo featuring a sunset on the first Sunday in the month. My favourite sunsets thus far have been in Luang Prabang. What do you think of my shots?

Labour Day Laos Style

Yesterday was Labour Day or International Workers Day throughout the world, a day to celebrate the lot of workers & to reflect on the fruits that their labours bring, whilst also honouring the rights of workers to divide their working day into three lots of eight hours, one for work, one for recreation and one […]

Sunday Photo – The Hand Of Buddha, Laos

A-Z April Challenge (Cities Visited) – V for Vientiane

I travelled to the capital of Laos with Hamish by overnight train from Bangkok in February 2010. As we crossed the border we traversed the First Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge over the Mekong River. The train actually terminated at Thanaleng, whose station had only opened eleven months prior to our visit. After getting the entry visa […]