Food File: Fried Frogs

A flat tyre is as good a reason as any to eat something. So what’s a girl to do when a flat tyre happens somewhere in the wilds of.

3 years ago

Cambodia’s Choeung Ek: Once Brutal, Now Quiet

Behind the trees, unseen children shout and shriek in delight. There’s an occasional thud of a football being kicked. Birds twitter and trill. In the distance, some ancient form.

3 years ago

Food File: Lau Mam (Hotpot With Fermented Fish)

Bumping along in a crowded bus headed for the border town of Chau Doc in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, between the grunts from a piglet in a rice sack, Darling.

3 years ago

Pack Up Your Troubles …

Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag and smile, smile, smile. Yep, just like the 1915 marching song recommends, we are packing up and heading off for.

3 years ago

The Truth About Cats & Dogs In Vietnam

It’s a difficult concept for outsiders to grasp – Vietnamese people keep cats and dogs as pets, they love them and are loved in return. Yet cat restaurants and.

3 years ago

Everyday Expat Adventures: The Chocolate Crackle Episode

Vietnamese kitchen don’t have ovens. Our kitchen has a two-ring gas cooktop. Underneath is a cupboard where the gas bottle is stored. So when Miss M first became aware.

3 years ago

Food File: Fabulous Fondue

The best fondue in Nyon is apparently found at La Pinte in Rue de Rive. I had never actually tried fondue before but it’s the dish I wanted to.

3 years ago

Meet The Dropouts: Handsome Hairy Daniel Nahabedian

Meet Daniel Nahabedian, a one-time nine-to-fiver who dropped out of the rat race to chase his dream of being a photographer. He has long hair and a beard, confirming.

3 years ago