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Koh Lanta - unfortunately where our 'honeymoon holiday' period ended!

I guess the thing about travelling is that not every day is going to be a perfect, Kodak moment.

Sometimes you’ve got to get some life admin done, the weather might be a bit rubbish or the hotel you find isn’t up to scratch. 462 more words


Putting the brakes on abuse: How can taxi and bus drivers work safely?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: He cruises along Singapore’s roads from seven in the evening to dawn, and like every cabby, he hopes to pick up as many passengers as possible. 1,158 more words

Current Affairs

The oddly narrow new driveway

This is just an odd observation of some recent work seen on one of my wandering routes.

One house has acquired a number of cars and vans over time, and the owner decided to demolish part of a wall and have a new area of driveway laid to take one of the cars off the road. 153 more words


Sydney Commuters Afraid to Move to End of the Bus

The majority of Sydney commuters are afraid to go to the end of a packed bus, with as many as 70 per cent admitting they don’t like to move more than a couple of steps past the front doors, a new survey has revealed. 112 more words


All change - a traveller's tale

There’s no zealot like a convert. Having eschewed the likes of Uber and Grab until now in favour of the bus and chancing it with street-hailed taxis, I have finally got round to downloading an app onto my phone. 301 more words


How to travel in Japan

Japan is a fun place to travel in. Plain and simple. It’s also a lot different than it was for me in the US. In the US everyone just drives places. 1,030 more words