Huangyaguan Changcheng

Huangyaguan Changcheng

HUANGYAGUAN CHANGCHENG Maurice is first to slip under the main gate, deftly ducking and rolling under the China-red wrought iron. With an almighty creak he unbolts the locked blockade from inside, allowing the monolithic gateway to gently swing outwards. There’s...

Flashgun vs Shotgun

Flashgun vs Shotgun What started with an innocent purchase on the outskirts of Kashgar’s bustling cattle market, ended with a full-frontal shotgun submission in the farthest reaches of China‚Äôs western borderlands. Growing up, I watched the Moomins on television,...
A Hidden Pack

A Hidden Pack

A Hidden Pack A piercing howl shatters my early afternoon serenity as a monstrous alpha-male emerges from the grey-green undergrowth, a tangled curtain clinging to one of the many derelict concrete structures littering the coastline. Snarling, sharp ivory flashes in...
Stuck In The Mud

Stuck In The Mud

Stuck In The Mud With Bear and Ralph Hours ago, somewhere on the outskirts of the Cambodian jungle, I crossed a desolate rail track, the black-iron beams snugly nestled in green foliage adorning the forest floor. Seems like an eternity ago, the relative civilization...

Angkor Wat

Magnificence encapsulated by hand-worked stone Colonnades corral the time-beaten fascia of Cambodia’s most revered treasure, the faces of all-powerful Hindu gods now weathered away leaving raw stone and scaffolding in their wake. Thousands of pale white eyes...
Riding Shotgun

Riding Shotgun

Riding Shotgun Topping 60 and things get a little dicey as I traverse the mountain road to Bokor national park. It’s not the speed however that upsets my balance, more so my limited attention span. In a split second, I’m riding shotgun, watching the grey...


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