Kampot and the Bokor Mountains


On our journey from otress we could see the elephant mountains on one side and occasionally spot the sea on the other. This terrain was very impressive as the land was completely flat and then rose suddenly to great heights (1000 m plus) sort of like Ayers Rock in Australia but on a much wider scale.Β  Continue reading “Kampot and the Bokor Mountains”

The Anglo-German Indochina Expedition.

One of the main reasons I started this blog was to tell the story of my impending journey. For the next three months I shall travel through the farther Indian subcontinent, nowadays know as Southeas Asia with a few friends that I will link up with in Bangkok.

On the ides of march I will be leaving Lower Saxony on a journey that will take me through Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Bangkok with the final flight taking me to the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi. From there I have neither planned nor booked anything else apart from my return flight leaving Bangkok sometime in June. The rough idea is that we will make our way south, linking up with friends from the United Kingdom along the way. Throughout this journey I hope to be able to share my stories with you and will try to write as much as time and the availability of wifi permits.