Paying Homage to Henri Mouhot
When Henri Mouhot travelled to Luang Prabang, he was the first white man to enter Laos in 25 years. He died beside the Nam Khan, where a tomb stands as a testament to his journey and his journals, “scribbled generally by the light of a torch, and on my knees at the foot of a tree.”
India’s Touts: Journal Entry, Day 75
India’s touts treat tourists like walking wallets. Why should tourists treat them any better?
Cockroaches in Sleeper Class: Journal Entry – Day 4
Written on an overnight train from Mumbai to Gokarna. There are cockroaches all over our train carriage. They are scuttling along the floor, crawling over [...]