A Quick Visa Run via First Class Coach In some ways Malaysia has very generous visa provisions. For us, with our now well stamped UK passports, it means we qualify for a visa on arrival (VOA) that is valid for three whole months (well, 90 more »
Joining in a Street Photography Outing Last Saturday we were just wandering along Jalan Sultan, snapping pictures of men reading the paper and a barber with a head torch doing something to a man’s ear (you decide!) when we noticed a group of people with more »
Kuala Lumpur is a diverse, hardworking and somewhat polluted city. It is quite small really: Google gives me a population estimate of just over 1.6m compared to over 8m for London and Bangkok and 12.5m for Mumbai. This means the whole city is pretty accessible more »
What Do You Capture When You First Try Street Photography? See some of my first attempts! So, after an amazing time back home in the UK I am back in Malaysia with Henry. At home I caught up with family, friends and more »
Georgetown We headed up to Georgetown on another coach type bus with massive armchair like seats and freezing air con. Georgetown is the capital of Penang, most of which is on an island. Arriving by bus meant that we crossed the famous bridge on our more »
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