A Nepalese man sits quietly in the company of friends: human and stone alike. His pink hat a mark of local custom and respect. Spotted on a Sunday afternoon stroll through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Durbar Square in the … Continue reading
Spotted in one of the many restored buildings that make up the historical centre of Bukhara in Uzbekistan. A silk road city with a colourful history to match the brilliant colours of its domes and minarets. The many doorways intrigued … Continue reading
In the midst of the foothills of Meghalaya, in the wettest place on Earth, is a curious example of the way men and nature can work together. The area, due to the huge amount of rainfall, is patterned with rivers, … Continue reading
A few snaps from the valley of ruins of the ancient kingdom of Pagan (Bagan), Myanmar. The weather left much to be desired, but it was a spectacular place all the same. Keen to see some more? Check out … Continue reading
On our wanderings about the city I came across this book stand just a stone’s throw from the flashy shopping area of Connaught Place. I was impressed by the stacking and sheer variety of reads this man had in store.
The day had finally come. My (initial) sole reason to visit China was about to be ticked off the list. Pandas. Oh my god. I actually did some research for this one – amazing, right? And found the Chengdu Research Base … Continue reading
Warning: This article contains graphic scenes! Stone scenes, but graphic none the less. Consider yourself warned… You know that moment of embarrassment you feel when you’re watching a movie and the scene turns hot and heavy just as your … Continue reading
Perfect weather on the Annapurna circuit afforded us this stunning view from above Manang. To be able to trek through scenes like this every day for two weeks was an absolutely breathtaking experience (and not just because of the altitude..!)
The banks of the Ganges offer up some of the best glimpses into Indian life. A father’s tenderness, a child’s inquisitive stare. A moment of rare calmness in a country of constant chaos.
As you can probably tell I’m running a little behind on getting this blog up to date with my current travel adventures. I am no longer in Laos, as nearlynoplans would have you believe, but trekking in Nepal – and … Continue reading