I’d heard a lot about the famous chicken buses of Guatemala but to see them up close and personal was too good an opportunity not to capture. They are beastly. Hopefully in my remaining days in this fine country I can take a ride on one for myself, but for now, I’ll just marvel at their size and artwork!
Inspired by Clarkson, May and Hammond’s quest to find the source of the River Nile in the Top Gear Africa Special, I arrived in Jinja, Uganda with a similar motive behind me. Though my route wasn’t quite as off the beaten track as this famous trio’s was, the boat ride allowed me to capture this image, showing the point in which the various sources of the Nile meet at one singular spot – a great opportunity for a photo and, of course, a beer!
We’d arrived in Kratie, our last stop in Cambodia, hoping to see the famous Irrawaddi Dolphins located just down river. Though we did catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures, it was this photo that epitomised to me the beauty in this part of South East Asia. Captured just after kayaking and swimming in the Mekong itself, we were able to dry ourselves off and watch as the sun set on our day, and on our time in this beautiful little country.
The extremely picturesque National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria. It’s safe to say that it was worth me getting a little wet to capture this gem! For photos of a similar nature, click the link for my Instagram and follow my page!