So, today I was nominated for the Liebster Award by a fellow travel blogger. This isn’t my post regarding that but just a short post to let you know it had happened. And to expect the proper post this Thursday.

My blogging is a little off schedule this week, due to some in work training and my complete lack of organisation. I was supposed to write a post for today last night but spent it socialising with friends instead. I regret nothing about that choice, dear reader!


New Site Style


So, this week I have not really posted. That is because I have been working on a new style for the site. It has taken me 5 days, but I have finally settled on one. One of the new features is the post slider at the top of the page, showing you my latest (and most interesting) content. Let me know what you guys think.

Also, just a reminder that I will now be posting here on Tuesdays and Thursdays. So check back then for my latest content.


A Change Of Posting Schedule

So, last week I finally finished my series of posts on Vietnam and Cambodia. I was originally posting three times a week. Since then, I have taken on a project helping a friend out with her own blog. As a result, I don’t have the time (or energy) to produce content three times a week. So, from this week I will be posting twice a week on here. Tuesday and Thursday are the days I have chosen.

Expect some content up tomorrow.


A Terrible Truth: A Day At The Cambodian Genocide Museum And The Killing Fields.

Part Two: The Killing Fields

The first full day that Marta and I were in Cambodia saw us travel to both the Genocide Museum and The Killing Fields. In the next two posts I will be posting largely factual articles, with a touch of my own personal thoughts. Please note – this post will contain some images and stories that some may find disturbing.

In my last post, I wrote about the horrors of S-21, an infamous prison camp used by the Khmer Rouge during their four year hold over Cambodia. This post will detail what would become the inevitable next step for the prisoners of S-21 – the Killing Fields.

Continue reading “A Terrible Truth: A Day At The Cambodian Genocide Museum And The Killing Fields.”

A Slight (But Unavoidable) Delay

Dear readers, I am sorry to once again post about a delay in one of my posts. But I assure you this one is not so much my fault. I had intended to post about the beautiful Spring foliage and weather we had been having, including the emergence of cherry blossoms. I was primed yesterday to go and take some pictures next to the river – and then it started raining. As a result, I have no pictures. I hope to rectify this by tomorrow evening (Korean time) and have the post up for you all then.

Thanks for being understanding,