A brief sojourn to my favourite Southeast Asia country to date, and did we pack it in. Picking up right where we left off, like an expansion pack to our great adventure.
Read on to see what all the fuss is about.
The final entry of my travel blog includes tales of erupting volcanoes, boat accidents, pink sand, komodo dragons, bio-luminescent algae, and lethal cocktails of alcohol.
A dangerous precedent has been set. The forecast is gloomy, with a chance of SJW-tears for the next three-and-a-bit years, maybe longer. I actually enjoyed Trump’s successful presidential bid. I […]
26 June – 28 June 2015 The seventh entry in my Southeast Asia journal. Kuching (Malaysian Borneo)/Singapore – Day 72 Our last morning in Malaysian Borneo is a busy one. […]
10 June – 25 June 2015 The sixth entry in my Southeast Asia journal. Note: It’s strange how different this leg of the journey feels from the first. I always […]
With the subtitle: ‘Immigration, Identity, Islam’, Douglas Murray’s latest book was always going to be controversial. The first few chapters depict the changing demographics of Europe: Muhammad is the most […]