Did I tell you I love bikes? Martiiiiin! 😄 For years I've always wanted to ride a scooter, not a man–motorbike but a cool scooter. It's the ease of the ride, less opportunity for death and the fact that I could learn how to fix and tune the thing myself — fulfilling my nerdy technical … Continue reading Siem Reap and the Temples of Dorm: Part 2 — Angkor Wat
I was very excited to be en route to Siem Reap as it’s the base from where I could get to see the infamous Angkor Wat, Bayon and the remnants of the ancient civilisation that once resided there. When I arrived I saw a large group of tuk–tuk drivers ready to ascend upon the bus … Continue reading Siem Reap and the Temples of Dorm: Part 1
Once I'd got myself pretty much back on track it was time to cram in some of the sites this city had to offer. With 30 days to see Thailand, I'd lost just over a week to being ill and it was time to get moving. ABOVE: Sunset over Bangkok. A quick skip through the … Continue reading Better in Bangkok
I climbed from the longest bus journey on earth to step into an immensely dusty world! Luckily Martin (have I told you about Martin? ...and bikes?) had warned me of such so I didn't find it too surprising, although I did struggle to find a place to put my bags down before I headed onward … Continue reading Kathmandu what a man gotta do.