1. Inwa – Myanmar’s Ancient Capital

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    ‘I jumped on a motorbike and in no time we were going slowly up the dusty road that led to Buddha only knew where. After a few minutes some bamboo huts appeared in the distance. The closer we got, the more obvious it became that it was a village. We

  2. Yangon to Mandalay by train

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    ‘I had started to wonder what companion I would have on this 500-mile, 16-hour journey north when an old monk arrived. Some young men in jeans and T-shirts helped him to bring aboard a huge box with a TV and a few big bags containing only Buddha knows what. It

  3. A walk in ‘Chindia’

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    ‘The stifling smell of fried food wafted from at least two dozen restaurants on the always busy, narrow street. Ground floors of old apartments blocks had been converted into small eateries. Hundreds of people sat on colorful plastic chairs, eating all kinds of food and drinking Myanmar beer—arguably the most

Books

  1. “This is Thailand: A story of love, sex, and betrayal in the tropics”

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    “This is Thailand: A story of love, sex, and betrayal in the tropics”

    “This is Thailand: A story of love, sex, and betrayal in the tropics”   My debut book, “This is Thailand: A story of love, sex, and betrayal in the tropics”

 
 
 
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