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Hello from Saigon, Welcome to another week in photos. I’m week two into my stay here and have managed to survive the craziness. The traffic and chaos here is next level compared to Hanoi, but I am loving the food … Read all about it!
I’ve been eating a LOT of street food in Vietnam. Look at my Instagram feed and you’ll wonder if I’ll soon be morphing into the Michelin Man. On most occasions, I’d plant myself on the side of the footpath, on … Read all about it!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been drawn to bridges. As a kid, our family used to go fishing on most weekends along various bridges and other man made structures. They were the best places to fish as they … Read all about it!
Welcome to another week in photos, this time from Dalat in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. I’ve been here for a few days now but am about to board a flight to Saigon where I’ll base myself for a few … Read all about it!
I only visited four cities in France, but I can still say that France was just as enchanting and delectable as it was the first time I visited in 2009. It’s become one of the places that I could go back time and time again. What stood out … Read all about it!
Welcome to another week in photos. I’ve just arrived in Hoi An in Central Vietnam after spending my final week in Hanoi. I had friends come and visit in the final couple of days and it was great to spend … Read all about it!
I’ve always been drawn to the majestic landscapes of Tuscany. During my first visit there in 2003, I toured the surrounding towns from Siena to San Gimignano and instantly, was attracted to its beauty like bees to the honeypot. During that visit, we’d … Read all about it!
Xin Chao! Hello and welcome to another week in photos, this time from Hanoi. It’s good to be back in SE Asia and amongst the chaos, smells and taste of delicious foods. I had an extremely relaxing week in Bangkok … Read all about it!
After six days in Florence, I was feeling quite knackered and well and truly ready to settle into quieter pastures where I could just chill the hell out and escape the crowds. By now, I had been traveling for eight weeks throughout … Read all about it!
It was my third time to Scotland in ten years and this time around it was my most favourite experience. Not only had my nieces had grown up to a point where I could speak and playfully interact with them, the … Read all about it!