Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Slight Change of Plan

Before I start, we’re in Malaysia! After an uneventful flight to Kuala Lumpur and finding a place to stay we spent the following days exploring the city. We figured out the subway system, visited the Petronas towers (day and night), … Continue reading

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Is Malaria Really That Bad?

This is the innards of a malaria pill I opened on the concrete floor of our guesthouse – Doxycycline.  A nice luminous yellow… mmm This is the same luminous yellow powder three days later… I don’t know why I bother … Continue reading

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Angkor Wat – back to China for the day

Our tuk tuk driver picked us up at 10am and we agreed a price of $18 for the whole day.  Not particularly cheap for a tuk tuk, but he dropped us at Bayon, waited for us to walk around each … Continue reading

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Shootin’

Today Craig and I went to the 911 Siem Reap Shooting Range. Formerly a place where you could shoot just about any weapon you like. I’ll explain why soon. It’s located just outside of the Siem Reap City Centre and … Continue reading

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Choeung Ek – The Killing Fields – Cambodia

Today Craig and I visited one of the hundreds of killing fields of the Khmer Rouge era, now a memorial ground, in Phnom Penh. It was a quiet and eerie place; you could somehow feel that thousands of lives had … Continue reading

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