I’m sitting in a pink towel listening to the whoops and cheers as our neighbours soak each other and passing scooters with water. On the bed are laid out various items of clothing. What does one choose from our limited wardrobe for charging about town like a maniac squirting people in the face?
In April the thoughts of most visitors to Chiang Mai are focused on the upcoming Songkran celebrations with arrivals timed to bloat the city’s populace in the days in and around the middle of the month. Earlier arrivals though will not only have the opportunity to bag their accommodation before prices rise but also to witness the under the radar Poi Sang Long Festival.
In Thailand, pedestrian traffic is constantly forced up and down the kerb into the road to weave its way past the street junk lining almost every inch of pavement. We photograpgh the streets on a short walk around Chiang Mai.
A photograph of Myanmar.
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A photograph of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Leaving home to work overseas as a freelancer is a life-changing decision, says Connor Davies. You might be slightly nervous at the prospect of moving to a completely new country, but that’s fine: Fear is something that you can overcome, and when you succeed it makes the experience even sweeter.
A photograph of Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.
When people say “all you do is lie around in the sun” it makes Nicki Craven‘s blood boil because working as a rep is hard work. And though you have the best times and the worst times the bad is definitely outweighed by the good.
A photograph of Mandalay, Myanmar.