Timelessness In Kampong Cham

Timelessness In Kampong Cham

Cambodia, a nation reaching for the future, from the ashes of rich, enigmatic and at times troubled past. Traditional ways are by choice still honoured and by necessity still part of everyday life. An octogenarian farmer harvesting rice with a sickle, in the tradition...
There Are Two Parts To Every Traveller

There Are Two Parts To Every Traveller

Not everyone who travels is a “Traveller” and not all who return home each night are not. There are two parts to every traveler. The part that wants to keep going and the part that wants to stay. The part that wants to stay has an open heart. It falls in love easily...

The Debris Of Devotion

“The Debris Of Devotion” I found myself fascinated by the number of tiny shrines and their obvious usage around Phnom Penh. Not only is this public display of devotion prolific, it’s a constant reminder of the dedication of the Khmer people to...
3000 Of Years Of Tradition

3000 Of Years Of Tradition

On an early morning walk in Ang Ta Som, Cambodia I happened upon a woman harvesting rice. It was a striking scene, particularly when I begun to realise that this is a scene that has been happening this way for thousands of years. Timeless and priceless.