Ko Tao – Thailand

We spent about a week in Ko Tao and basically did sweet bugger all. We mainly went there to catch up with an old friend who was staying there, mostly our week consisted… Continue reading

2013 in review (My favorite images of the year)

Happy New Year! So it’s that time when bloggers the world over do their favorite  whatevers of the year list, so here’s mine. I did one of these for 2012, you can check… Continue reading

Bangkok – Thailand

We managed to do a little sightseeing over the few days we were in Bangkok but unfortunately my wife got sick, like real sick, like we should probably go the the hospital sick… Continue reading

Ranthambore national Park – India

Perhaps the main reason we travelled to India was for the chance to visit Ranthambore National Park, one of the best nature reserves in India to spot wild tigers. Ranthambore has been one of… Continue reading

Highlights of Jaipur – India

Jaipur, another city that surely deserves more than a quick morning run around. The Amber fort.   Jal mahal. Jantar Mantar. The second shot below is the worlds biggest sun dial, accurate to… Continue reading

Highlights of Agra – India

Agra, another city in India that probably has more to offer than a handful of beautiful buildings… Agra Fort. Tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah (The Mini Taj)

The Taj Mahal – India

  If there’s one building in the world (at least from the ones I’ve visited) that deserves its own post with too many pictures then it’s the Taj Mahal. Even on a rather… Continue reading

Highlights of Delhi – India

Ever go to a country and leave feeling like you never really saw the place? That was us in India, I guess 11 days in such a big country (7 of which were… Continue reading

Bo-Kaap and the harbour – Cape Town

One final post from Cape Town, and from Africa in general. Next stop…India. Bo-Kaap is a small area in Cape Town, it used to be called the Malay Quarter. As you can see… Continue reading

Robben Island – Cape Town – South Africa

Robben Island is a small island in Table Bay a short ferry ride from Cape Town. It was used as a prison for political prisoners for centuries until the fall of apartheid in… Continue reading