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Phnom Penh: S-21 & The Killing Fields

Featured photo by Olivia Brady

There is something absurdly difficult about standing in a room in which countless human beings were tortured 3 times a day; unimaginable pain, suffering and humiliation inflicted upon them by other members of their own race. 441 more words


Final days in Vietnam

Tucked away in the mountainside, accessed by roads whose bumps have an ejector-seat effect, bouncing us up and almost straight through the roof, we find the town called Da Lat. 698 more words


Hội An

Featured image by Olivia Brady

It is no more than 15 minutes after we stepped off of the sleeper bus and onto the heated pavement in Hội An, and we are being expertly guided into a tailor shop called ‘Lucky’, by an eccentric and giggly Vietnamese woman who keeps slapping our bums and hugging us. 1,077 more words


Phong Nha Ke-Bang 

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When people think of visiting Vietnam I think they often envisage a country bursting with culture and food, which is definitely true, however what you soon discover after crossing the border into this colourful country, is its abundance of caves and forests as well. 1,161 more words


Halong Bay & Cat Ba

Halong Bay was one of a very small number of things I had on my absolute must-do list before I left for this trip, the rest I was sure we would figure out as we went, picking up pieces of advice along the way and generally following our noses. 728 more words


A fleeting visit to the East- Beijing, China

When one decided to take the opportunity to travel the world they fast become versed in navigating aircraft connections. After enjoying much needed sun in Hawaii, Kristina and I are off to our next location. 723 more words


InTRANSIT: In Memory of Leaves - Free performances @ Athlone Gardens, 22 - 26 June

As part of InTRANSIT, local artist Natasha Langridge will be performing In Memory of Leaves at Athlone Gardens (the corner of Portobello and Telford Road, W10) every day from Wednesday, 22 – Sunday, 26 June, starting at  191 more words