Traveling around small towns and markets in Asia, PortMoresby is constantly amazed at the ingenious solutions people come up with for their transport needs.
PortMoresby's Borneo adventures include a visit to Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, and once home to the White Rajahs
Mac shares images of villages and villagers along Asia's largest freshwater lake
After a visit to Bangkok’s upscale Jim Thompson House, PortMoresby seeks out another house museum, highlighting a more modest way of life.
PortMoresby stays for a second time in Bangkok Noi, the city’s left bank on the west side of the Chao Phraya River and enjoys it even more.
In her ongoing quest to see interesting corners of Bangkok, PortMoresby finds an ancient house on a back lane of Talat Noi.
PortMoresby returns to a house & garden not seen since her first visit to Bangkok more than 20 years ago.
Every day PortMoresby found something new to amuse, from temples to a western-style supermarket, walking in Penang’s George Town.
DrFumblefinger wanders through the street near Amritsar's Golden Temple and finds a busy market town.
PortMoresby visits a wholly unique group of villages on George Town's waterfront.
March 1, 2023: Singapore's Chinatown March 8, 2023: Singapore's Tiong Bahru Market March 15, 2023: Singapore's Joo Chiat - Katong District March 22, 2023: Singapore's Botanic Gardens, A Photo Gallery March 29, 2023: Kuala Lumpur's Jalan Sultan April 5, 2023: KL's Other Petaling Street April 12, 2023: George Town's Pinang Peranakan Mansion April 19, 2023: Penang's Clan Jetties April 26, 2023: Walking Around Old George Town May 3, 2023: Jim Thompson's House May 10, 2023: A Quiet Corner of...
A high point of PortMoreby’s week in George Town was a visit to a house museum that illuminates the opulent history of wealthy Chinese and Peranakan society in Penang.
PortMoresby takes a walk and finds turning left instead of right makes all the difference.
Interesting places to lay her head are PortMoresby’s never-ending quest when she travels. She found a good one in KL.
PortMoresby visits paradise, the only tropical garden on Earth with a World Heritage Site designation.