Siem Reap, Cambodia – From temples to markets

The Temples Floating Village Killing Fields War / Landmine Museum Siem Reap, Cambodia Things to remember when in Cambodia Cara (my daughter) when making the reservations at the Siem Reap Pub Hostel, in Siem Reap, Cambodia, she also arranged for… Read moreSiem Reap, Cambodia – From temples to markets

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Five hours in Hanoi Vietnam

When you have an eight hour (five of those hours do not have to be behind boarding gates) layover at the Noi Bai International airport in Hanoi, Vietnam (en-route to Cambodia from Seoul) why sit in the airport?– Go sight-seeing… Read moreFive hours in Hanoi Vietnam

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Spa on Air – Incheon airport Seoul, South Korea

During a long layover between flights there is nothing worse than hanging around an airport; sitting on those cold hard seats or wandering around the shops without being able to buy anything because they are so expensive and never mind… Read moreSpa on Air – Incheon airport Seoul, South Korea

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Carnival Dream

It certainly has been a long time since my last ship visit – October 2016 in fact. This time I was a guest for a day on Carnival Dream and this time it was my first ship visit without Ali… Read moreCarnival Dream

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Chichen Itza – Mexico

Part three: Chichen Itza; the first and most important rules – take a hat, cap, or umbrella, sunblock and lots of water it gets blistering hot as you walk between the ruins. The ruins or temples were built by the… Read moreChichen Itza – Mexico

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Ik Kil cenote and Valladolid – Mexico

Part Two: From Las Coloradas we backtracked to Chichen Itza and checked into the Hotel Dolores & Alba. Along the Chichen Itza highway, there are numerous hotels, but book in advance as this is a very busy tourist destination area…. Read moreIk Kil cenote and Valladolid – Mexico

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Las Coloradas – Mexico

Part One: Easter weekend was the perfect opportunity for a road trip in Mexico, and thus we packed (as little as possible), hopped onto the ferry from Cozumel Island to Playa del Carmen, where we hired a car. There will… Read moreLas Coloradas – Mexico

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WHAT IF THAT WAS YOUR LAST FOOTSTEP?

WHAT IF THAT WAS YOUR LAST FOOTSTEP? A week after Ali passed away I held a study with the church youth. Firstly everyone had a turn to say what they remembered most about Ali – the majority spoke of his… Read moreWHAT IF THAT WAS YOUR LAST FOOTSTEP?

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Posada Viena Hotel – a little gem in Mexico City

Mexico City is an incredible city with so much going on. In case you missed my previous blog on it, you can read it here. But this time I was here on personal business and did not have the time… Read morePosada Viena Hotel – a little gem in Mexico City

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Chocolates KaoKao – Chocolate tour, Cozumel Island

Two weeks ago my daughter Nadine took me to the chocolate factory, Chocolates Kaokao, here on our lovely Cozumel Island. I was very reluctant at first since I was still so raw from the death of my beloved Ali. But… Read moreChocolates KaoKao – Chocolate tour, Cozumel Island

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