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  • Plains, Strains & Automobiles – Crossing Mt Bromo

    Plains, Strains & Automobiles – Crossing Mt Bromo

    Accompanying my 80s parry into Indonesia was the recently released edition of a guidebook that shall remain nameless, but I suspect all that had been updated in the past decade was the publishing year – 1985. Though, I hadn’t concluded complete unreliability when reading its account about ascending Mt Bromo, in Java. Other than the volcano, the author advised readers […]

  • Climbing Doi Luang Chiang Dao

    Climbing Doi Luang Chiang Dao

    Doi Luang Chiang Dao (or Doi Luang as locals shorten it to) is Thailand’s third tallest mountain and it’s most spectacular. From a distance it appears as one gigantic looming mass, but is actually, as I discovered, a series of peaks intersected by a valley. Either 2175 or 2225 metres high depending on which map or brochure you’re looking at, […]

  • Myanmar Shangri La Gallery

    Myanmar Shangri La Gallery

    This gallery contains photos from the Kalaw to Inle Lake trek in December 2011.

  • Myanmar Shangri La

    Myanmar Shangri La

    This plateau of hill tribes in Myanmar proves to be rustic rather than primal. There’s no jungle or bark huts or uncultivated natives. It’s pastoral, more like being in a European art-house movie set at the turn of last century with enchanting characters and muted landscapes where boy meets girl in a script written by someone from the Romantic School.



June 2024