|Backpackers in Phnom Penh + Basil George "Wannabe"?*|
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I love to go a-wandering,
Along the mountain track,
And as I go, I love to sing,
My knapsack on my back.
|The main part of the Buddhist Funeral with Monks|
Foreword: Mr Erik W Davis has published a book "Deathpower: Imagining Religion in Contemporary Cambodia” that featured in this weekend’s Phnom Penh Post. It describes local funeral arrangements and prompted me to write up my observations. Mr Davis no doubt elaborates on these.
Housing in the UK - out with the new, in with the old?
Refurbished terrace house in Ashington, Northumberland, that once boasted the longest rows of such houses in the country, the homes of the once proud and mighty coalminers.
Glasgow demolition of tallest blocks of flats (apartments) in Europe
|Sage advice in a Ludlow Pub.|
|Outdated? “Children should be seen but not heard?”|
My school reunion Alnwick Garden May 2014(Photograph credit - George Skipper <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
|A slide from the first "Good Governance" training in Cambodia 1998*|
(For more on that programme - see End Notes below)
Kan Srey Oun, like many children in Cambodia proudly entrusted with looking after her family's cow.
The Kouprey © WWF / Helmut Diller