Manston Spitfire Experience

Manston Spitfire Experience

The Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum in Manston, England, houses two historic aircraft among their collection – a Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVI and a Hawker Hurricane IIC. The TB 752 is one of the few…

Reculver Towers & Roman Fort

Reculver Towers & Roman Fort

Reculver Country Park on the Kent coast covers 26 hectares and is home to a large collection of plants and wildlife. The park also hosts the imposing twin towers of the medieval church ruins which…

Cruising The Mekong in Laos

Cruising The Mekong in Laos

Another Mekong Cruise was always on my to do list when travelling with a camera.  I didn’t want my first experience in Vietnam to be my last, as it was that good.  I chose to take the Shompoo Cruise…

Tamarind Cooking School

Tamarind Cooking School

I love a local cookery course and have done so in Italy, Malaysia, Thailand and Cambodia. The Tamarind Cookery School in Luang Prabang excelled themselves and gave you a great taste of Laos. Excellent customer…

Kuang Si Waterfall & Bear Rescue Centre

Kuang Si Waterfall & Bear Rescue Centre

A 45-minute drive, 30 km south west of Luang Prabang, takes you to the picturesque Kuang Si Waterfall. The minivan journey costs less than £4 and entrance fee £1.75. The first attraction is the Kuang…

Luang Prabang Bamboo Bridges

Luang Prabang Bamboo Bridges

During the dry season in Luang Prabang (December to May approximately), local families build 2 bamboo bridges across the Nam Khan River, just before it meets the mighty Mekong. You can cross for a small…

Laos Route 13 Road Trip

Laos Route 13 Road Trip

Another of my nine lives went when travelling with a camera on Route 13!  But, I wouldn’t have changed it for the world – one of those wonderful but weird memories you never forget.  A 6…

Laos Street Photography

Laos Street Photography

There was an abundance of street photography opportunities in Laos – one of my favourite genres. The children were so photogenic.  Being one of Southeast Asia’s poorest countries, there isn’t a plethora of mobile phones…

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