Patong Beach Sunset

Land of Smiles

Here it is, the final of my posts from 2015's trip to Thailand.  Expect some posts from 2016's trip in a few months time, but I think it's likely I'm going to move off travelling for a while and post the results of the portrait shoots I've also been working on. Phuket ... Patong especially, … Continue reading Land of Smiles

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Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay

The final trip of my week in Phuket was to head out to Phang Nga Bay.  The reason?  I was desperate to see James Bond Island.  It's one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area, but having been such a huge James Bond fan back in my early years I knew I had … Continue reading Phang Nga Bay

Maya Bay, Phi Phi Leh.

Islands In The Sun

The weirdest thing about writing this post from last years trip?  That in the past few weeks I've just enjoyed my second visit to Thailand! Prior to this my memories from 2015 were vivid and clear, but now they've become somewhat hazy.  This means I really need to focus on finishing the blog posts before my … Continue reading Islands In The Sun

Wat Rong Khun (The White Temple), Chiang Rai.

The White Temple & Golden Triangle

This was my last day in the North of Thailand and in advance I had decided that I'd participate in a full days trip which would take in The White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) in Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle, which is where the countries of Thailand, Myanmar (Burma) and Laos all meet, split by … Continue reading The White Temple & Golden Triangle

Nawarat Bridge, Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

Bangkok was a lot of fun, but after 4 nights I was ready to get moving.  Big cities are an adventure (Bangkok especially) but I'm a country boy at heart and already I needed some space.  Next up was a flight to Chiang Mai (for a ridiculously cheap price) where I was set to spend … Continue reading Chiang Mai

The Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha

Day 3 of the Thailand trip and this time I was heading off to see The Grand Palace.  Now, I was supposed to have been here before however the 2007 tour was waylaid by a wild preceding night on Khaosan Road.  I don't need to remind you of that now, but you can of course read … Continue reading The Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha

Temples of Bangkok

And so, the Thailand posts continue ... One of the first posts on this blog was of a day in late 2007 where I was taken around three of the most popular temples in Bangkok.  Flash forward to late 2015 and although I'd been once before, I felt that I'd only have regrets if I didn't … Continue reading Temples of Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak

Damnoen Saduak

I originally started this blog with the intention of it being a travel blog.  I was planning on processing the images I'd taken on my travels across Australia (years ago now) and to write short accompanying stories with each section.  As you'll know, it hasn't quite worked out like that.  In fact, I've not posted … Continue reading Damnoen Saduak

Wat Pho - The Reclining Buddha

Bangkok Adventures …

November 2007.   That was the start of my year long adventure.  In hindsight it wasn't as adventurous as many other travelers, yet to me it was a step into the unknown. A group of 10 of us met at Heathrow with our final destination being Australia for a years working holiday. I'd wanted to do this for … Continue reading Bangkok Adventures …