Two Hours in a Philippine Prison and ending up in a Brothel (Part I)

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Day two of four days on Palawan island. And the sky was extremely cloudy again. But I said to myself that I cannot wait any longer especially as Puerto Princesa does not have much more to offer than the cathedral, the seaside and the market all of which I have already ticked off. I took the risk and drove off to one of the most renowned attractions on Palawan, the so called Palawan Prison and Penal Farm. It … Read More

The Protesters´ Camp at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok

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Protests and demonstrations against the incumbent, now caretaking government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra have been ongoing for weeks now and will continue. I abstain from trying to give a comprehensive or brief insight into Thai politics here. It is much too complicated, I do not understand enough about it and in the end this is just a travel and photography blog. But today I had a mission. And this was to bring peace to this country by … Read More