My City, KL

 
 

My City, KL

At the end of hours of train-dreaming, we may feel we have been returned to ourselves—that is, brought back into contact with emotions and ideas of importance to us. It is not necessarily at home that we best encounter our true selves. The furniture insists that we cannot change because it does not; the domestic setting keeps us tethered to the person we are in ordinary life, but who may not be who we essentially are.
— Alain de Botton
 
 
 

N o r t h e r n  I r e l a n d

 
A Guide for Travellers of History & Culture  — Belfast

A Guide for Travellers of History & Culture — Belfast

 
 

For play-by-play visual travelogues—though I often post way after the fact—take a look at my Instagram story highlights >

 
 
Talking Irish politics with Paul Donnelly from Dead Centre Tours  — Belfast

Talking Irish politics with Paul Donnelly from Dead Centre Tours — Belfast

 
 
 

More to come ... 

 
 
 

S p a i n

The Fairytale of Sergio Leone's Old West  — Almeria and Burgos

The Fairytale of Sergio Leone's Old West — Almeria and Burgos

 
 
 
 

S i n g a p o r e

On the World War Two Trail, Where Southeast Asia Fell  — Singapore

On the World War Two Trail, Where Southeast Asia Fell — Singapore

 
 
 
 

M a l a y s i a

The Ancient Art of Storytelling  — Kelantan

The Ancient Art of Storytelling — Kelantan

How to See My City  — Kuala Lumpur

How to See My City — Kuala Lumpur

 
 
This Is Where I Grew Up  — Ipoh

This Is Where I Grew Up — Ipoh