Niah National Park, Boreno; May 2017

Niah is a national park centred around the¬†huge Niah Cave which has anthropological significance. There is a lot (relatively speaking) of rainforest surrounding the cave, but I didn't have time to explore that and was focussed on the cave including its burial sites and paintings. I had to repeat steps of my previous journey, but … Continue reading Niah National Park, Boreno; May 2017

Galaxidi, Greece; October 2016

Galaxidi is a pleasant, sleepy town on the Gulf of Corinth. It's built round the nucleus of an old village perched on top of a small rise which has streets of typically greek houses radiating out. We didn't have too long here, but it was nice to wander and then found a taverna with boisterous … Continue reading Galaxidi, Greece; October 2016

Ancient Delphi, Greece; October 2016

Apparently Zeus worked out that Delphi was the centre of the world by setting off two eagles from the extremities of his domain and seeing where they met. Seems flawless to me and I assume those cars we all¬†think Google are photographing streets are actual perpetually colliding to map the world accurately. Delphi's provenance aside … Continue reading Ancient Delphi, Greece; October 2016