West Malaysia in 5 (and a bit) Photos

After leaving Yangon in Myanmar, I headed to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Over my 5 month South East Asia journey, I ended up going to Malaysia twice and spending about 7 weeks in this beautiful country, roaming from West Malaysia to wild Borneo and back again! With friendly people, a diverse culture (Muslim,…

The Stunning Silo Art Trail of the Wimmera-Mallee

Grain silos are a familiar sight dotted on the horizon across the plains of the Wimmera-Mallee region of Victoria, Australia. At the start of 2015 I posted about the silo art project in the small farming community of Brim. Brisbane based street artist Guido van Helten created a huge 30 metre high masterpiece mural there…

Melbourne City Laneway – One View, Different Aspects

Melbourne Australia is famous for its many city laneways with cafes, bars and restaurants. They are a great place to hang out and enjoy a nice day or evening in the city. Many of them are also lined with great street art. Some of them though are nothing more than simply a laneway. This doesn’t take…

Montreal Revisited

Ah Montreal such an interesting melting pot of French and English Canadian history and culture.  This was my second visit to Montreal in the province of Quebec, Canada and although there is lots to see and do in the city, this trip was mainly about catching up with a local friend, eating Poutine and Montreal smoked meat (combining the two is…

AC/DC Lane – Melbourne Australia

In 2004 a small laneway in the CBD of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia got a major tourist boost when it was renamed AC/DC Lane in recognition of one of Australia’s greatest bands and also one time residents of my old hometown Melbourne. The street sign used to get stolen frequently! In February 2010 the laneway got…