Inle Lake, Myanmar

In the Shan State of Myanmar, just below Nyaungshwe sits picturesque Inle Lake. A place where the past is still present with traditional fishing methods being practiced. Old fashioned handicrafts still being made from textiles, jewellery and even hand rolled cheroots produced by the hundreds daily. A boat can easily be hired to discover the … More Inle Lake, Myanmar

Varkala, India

  In the south of India, in the jewel state of Kerala sits Varkala. Perched high above on the red cliffs that line the coast it was a place of relaxation and pure enjoyment. A rocky decline down to the beach where the waves crashed (with quite the undertow to be careful of), you could … More Varkala, India

Singapore Eats

A place known for its melting pot of a cuisine, it would take ages to truly delve deep into this food culture. Food is of utmost importance here in Singapore and is a main point of conversation throughout the population. The best dish and where to get it is always up for debate and I’m … More Singapore Eats

Shimla, India

Located in the picturesque foothills of the Himalayas, the capital of Himachal Pradesh and once the summer capital of British India. Shimla is the terminus for one of the three Mountain Railways of India, a UNESCO World Heritage site. A 96 km long single rail link built in the mid nineteenth century connecting Kalka and … More Shimla, India

Sukothai, Thailand

A city on the central plains of Thailand, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is located nearly right in the middle of the two biggest cities, Bangkok and Chiang Mai. For a short time in the 13th and 14th centuries, Sukhothai presided as Thailand’s capital. Old Sukhothai is now a gathering of exquisite ruins, where the … More Sukothai, Thailand