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 »
Well, firstly, I’m annoyed that an enormous post covering loads of what we got up to in Bangkok was lost by Blogsy, the app I use to write this blog on the iPad. I’ve emailed the developers and there seems to be no way of more »
One day near the end of our stay in Bangkok I left Henry to get on with some work and went on a day out by myself. There were two major temples we had not seen so I resolved to put that right and visit, more »
Well, I’m quite behind with the old blog at the moment so forgive me for things being a little out of kilter. From Mumbai we flew to Bangkok and as we’re still here (it is a great city) I’m not ready to do that post more »
Hello, I just want to let you know that you can now see a map of our travels by clicking the new tab at the top of any page, (or, here) It is up to date as of today. Comments and suggestions welcome; enjoy!
We Enter The Headquarters Of A Amma’s Global Network Well, where to start when writing about the ashram we visited yesterday? I’ll start from the top. As we approached the ferry stop the staff on board were careful to point out (although you could not more »
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