The Quest To Build A Climate Resilient Grenada

The small island of Grenada in the Caribbean is a world away from the polluted alleyways and congested roads of south-east Asia. Visiting here shortly after my return from Vietnam the island greeted me with beautiful rain forests and crystal clear waters. Travelling within the wet season however, I was also met with the occasional … More The Quest To Build A Climate Resilient Grenada

The Sombre Relationship Between Tourism and Child Labour in Sa Pa, Vietnam

Sa Pa in northern Vietnam is famed for its plunging valleys covered in rice terraces and has become a modern tourism hot spot in recent years. Thanks to relatively lax building regulations, the town of Sa Pa itself is ballooning both upwards and outwards with haphazard building work littering the landscape. Stepping outside of the … More The Sombre Relationship Between Tourism and Child Labour in Sa Pa, Vietnam

The Looming Threat of Development on Koh Rong Samloem

Travelling south to the shorelines of Cambodia, we decided to take a trip over to the island of Koh Rong Samloem. Having heard through previous travellers that the island was an idyllic paradise we planned to stop here before making our way into Vietnam. On leaving the ferry, we were greeted with the tranquil Saracen … More The Looming Threat of Development on Koh Rong Samloem

Healing Through Music, Angkor Wat Cambodia

Heading east on our trip through south-east Asia we stopped off at the infamous Angkor Wat, home to the largest religious monument in the world. Previously the site of the ancient Khmer Kingdom for many centuries, the area is stooped in age-old culture and religious tradition. Many of the temples we visited were crumbling after … More Healing Through Music, Angkor Wat Cambodia