I seem to be getting to know your streets well. With an empty wallet and a head that tells me I’m killing multiple birds with one stone, walking is an effective form of getting around you. I get to see the real you in all of your disarray and disorder. I get to play limbo […]
When I came to Thailand, I thought I’d be based in Chiang Mai. Only Chiang Mai, with maybe a small chance to be a part of The River Asia’s work in other parts of Thailand. I am here for just under 5 months, which is not a lot of time in comparison to others who have […]
This is a hideaway cafe in Amsterdam. Perfect to watch the city cycle on by. (August 2012)
I’m having a bit of nostalgia. I went to Amsterdam twice, because it was just so darn beautiful and full of hidden treasures. I still didn’t discover them all but here are just a few from the second time around in August 2012.
Pyramid Rock, people-free after the music festival.
‘The Jetty’, Phillip Island.
The inhabitants of Churchill Island.
Churchill Island Farmer’s Market is a favourite of mine. Every Saturday morning in January it runs, come rain, blaring heat or the island’s gusty-wind. The market is one of the things that makes summer, well a summer. It’s full of fresh and local produce. You have the stalls that have been standing ever since we first […]
This here is my lovely Cambodian friend, Chenga. She came to Australia for my cousin’s wedding and it was her first trip into a new country. This photo was captured while we walked alongside the Yarra River in Warrandyte. Did you know they don’t have dandelions in Cambodia? What a discovery she was to make […]