Prasat Bayon: Faces

To be immortalized in stone and to stand proud after weathering centuries of change, Prasat Bayon’s faces will prove how vanity is enshrined in every culture. // Taken July, 2015 while photowalking with Iko // … [Read more...]

Phnom Penh: The Seat Of Forgiveness

Idealism came with a cruel price for the Khmer people, pointing fingers have become redundant. Phnom Penh, Cambodia struggles to rebuild itself – to take pride and wear it, to sleep peacefully again, to forgive but never forget the nightmare that killed thousands. // Taken April, 2013 while … [Read more...]

Attraversiamo

After I missed the 1:30 trip from Bangkok to the Poipet border, I knew I was in deep trouble. I was already thinking of not going while I was asking the ticket seller when the next trip was going to be. He said that the next trip will be at 2:30pm and it will no longer be stopping at the border but … [Read more...]

Leg 6: The Finish Line

My Leg 5 entry ended with half of the day left. While we were heading back to the guesthouse, Doi and Ed agreed to go to the Old Market to buy some stuff for friends and to check out Pub Street during daytime while it was not too crowded. I declined because (honestly) I was through for the day and … [Read more...]