Waterpark

Exploring the abandoned “Ho Thuy Tien” water park (by bicycle) near Hue city (Vietnam) recently. Advertisements

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Black Palace

“Black Palace” (Damnak Sla Khmao) was a little summer palace of King Sihanouk, abandoned sometime in the late 1960’s or early 1970’s. It’s located on Bokor Hill Station in southern Cambodia. The “Palace” itself is not on a grand scale, but the overall spectaular location and many outer buildings must have been fairly impressive in […]

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VJ957

Bored on a recent flight from Hanoi (Vietnam) to Siem Reap (Cambodia). All filmed on my old but trusty iPhone 4S- hence the low quality. Music by one of my favorite ambient artists- The Dead Texan.  

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On Track

Riding the rails from the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh to the southern city of Sihanoukville last year. This rail link had just been rebooted to a twice weekly passenger service after a 15 year absence due to neglect and damage from the civil war. It was the same same but different to when I rode […]

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Holiday In Cambodia

A summary video of last years holiday in Cambodia. Soundtrack of course by probably the most famous song about Cambodia- Dead Kennedys ironic and iconic “Holiday In Cambodia”. Might have to hit up Tourism Cambodia for this one…

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Deacon Brodie

Edinburgh, Scotland, 2005: Deacon Brodie, was a Scottish cabinet-maker, deacon of a trades guild, and Edinburgh city councillor, who maintained a secret life as a burglar- partly for the thrill, and partly to fund his gambling. This iconic pub on Edinburgh’s royal mile has been there for years and honors the scoundrel. I finally got around to developing […]

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