In 1898 Rudyard Kipling wrote “This is Burma and it will be quite unlike any land you know about”.  This was what I was hoping for when I first visited in 2011.  Having done extensive travel in Vietnam, Cambodia and China, I was seeking a new experience with unique photographic experiences, and I was not disappointed. Myanmar formerly known as Burma is a mystical country centered among Southeast Asia’s more common destinations, yet still remaining relatively unknown. After many years of isolation, Myanmar has only recently opened up to the outside world.  Being one of the least developed and least...
When people think of the African continent, many naturally consider the amazing wildlife.  East Africa and the wildebeest migration is certainly one of nature’s most spectacular events, and most travellers to Africa are naturally drawn to the “Big 5”, that being lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo.  Namibia, however, has much more to offer than the “Big 5”, it also includes highlights such as the Quiver Trees in Keetmanshoop, the Ghost Diamond mining town of Kolmanskop, sand dunes of Sossus Vlei and also the often overlooked Himba, Dhimba and Herero people of Opuwo. After our first night in Windhoek, the...
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