2014 in Photographs: twenty-six countries across three continents, it’s going down as the year that we packed in the most travel destinations.
Explore Chiang Mai with A Day of Photography. Including street photography, portraiture, temples, markets, nature and texture, It’s about setting the scene.
A photo essay of our 2013 year of travels. This year we explored a lot of Asia and in this post we highlight some of our favourite photographs of the year.
Visiting Art in Paradise in Chiang Mai, reportedly the world’s largest 3D art museum. A fun place for selfies and silly photos.
… “never say never” and after 2 months in the UK, we find ourselves back in a place which is increasingly becoming our second home, Chiang Mai.
From Thailand to Russia in Under an Hour and Back to Cambodia. Well that’s what it felt like anyway as I’ll soon explain!
Mark trekking in Nepal I decided to indulge in a little “me time” in the form of a detox and a bit of yoga on the southern Thai island of Koh Phangan.
The Red Shirts have been camping out in Bangkok for about a month now and until this point everything had been peaceful, almost with a festival atmosphere.
Before we left Thailand we visited a couple of places where elephants hang out. One was located just outside Chiang Mai and called Elephant Nature Park.
After four days in Bangkok we head to Kanchanaburi which you may not have heard of but if I was to say ‘The Bridge over the River Kwai’, you may know it.
We are settling into life in Chiang Mai very nicely and a routine is starting to emerge. Wake up, coffee, gym, lunch, work, happy hour, food.
An update on our new home in Chiang Mai. A week of settling in and finding our routine has meant that I haven’t managed to turn over my new blogging leaf!