home sweet home?

Well, after a hard decision to leave flooded Siem Reap (we could barely get out of our hotel, 200 tourists were evacuated from some temples by air during a flash flood so we thought it better to cut our losses and go back during the dry season to do Angkor Wat right) we traveled much earlier than planned to our new home, Thailand.

But the story doesn't really start there, nor end.

I received an e-mail from my cousin last night about this...

I received an e-mail from my cousin last night about this amazing photography project about youths practicing Muay Thai and Boxing in Bangkok, Thailand and Havana, Cuba, respectively. I was really inspired how the photographer, Jason Ness, was able to capture what it takes to become a top competitor. Every athlete understands the amount of dedication and hard work they put into training; every sweat and pain, both physically and mentally they must endure.

Places to Visit Nearby (Korea)

Travellers starting in, or moving on from, Korea have an number of exciting options of where to explore next with a number of relatively nearby Asian destinations offering an interesting onward itinerary.
Travellers can choose to head for the neighbouring Asian nations of China or Japan, or opt for a complete change of culture by catching flights to Mumbai and heading off to explore India.

This and That Vol. 3

Some shots from Thailand that I forgot to post and other randoms from around the hood. Click on the thumbnails to see the full size.

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