Australia is soon to be in the midst of summer. From December to February we embark on a ritualistic and welcomed love affair with the sun and the beach and, for some, the nearest air conditioned shopping “therapy” outlet we can find. We also regard this season as the perfect time to sharpen our knives, […]
I’d never been to the Philippines before, which is odd as I’ve been knocking about the world for over 15 years, with over a third of that time in Asia. The Philippines is also a country that’s firmly on the path of tourists and travelers — it’s somewhere people go. Though I’ve always skipped the […]
Geysers, protests, altitude, crazy drivers, mines, alcohol poisoning, cable cars… what leaves David Fegan crying for his mummy in Bolivia?
The Chinese way is real, and no matter how long you’ve been here you will never understand it. Fortunately, it somehow works.
A tired and slightly cultured-shocked David Fegan appreciates Sucre for its more familiar, low-cost comforts.
My wife watched a Chinese woman hock a gob of spit onto a child who was bitten. Here’s why.
Technical errors had resulted in three posts going live prematurely this week. If some posts seemed unfinished that’s because they were. To bloggers: beware of the Wordpress Android app.
Four beautiful women, an Israeli hunk, and Bad Mike share a hotel on the wild fringes of Kashmir. They thought their problems ended at lust and love. Then the rivers rose and mountains crumbled. Part one of this series sets the stage for the disaster that was to come.