Travelfish correspondent Adam Poskitt
After giving up a corporate career in 2009, Adam left Australian shores for the hustle and bustle of Southeast Asia with a determination to change his life.
With a passion for food, photography and travel, he is happiest when capturing the essence of a destination on camera and finding its soul through food.
Adam now lives in his favourite Southeast Asian country, Indonesia, where he writes for Travelfish.org and plays around with a couple of blogs: www.sitdowndisco.com and www.pergidulu.com.
Posts by Adam Poskitt:
For many people, food is an important aspect of a journey overseas and is often seen as the window to the soul of a country. Eating on the streets, tasting delicious local foods and observing local cooking practices is all part of the culinary experience when visiting a country. Participating in a cooking class can … read the full post
We’ve written about the road to Phongsali and how awful it is. It begs the question of whether it is worth all that hassle to actually get there. Is it worth going to Phongsali? It all depends on the traveller, the amount of time they have and the sort of experience they’re seeking. Us? We think … read the full post
Travelling in Southeast Asia is often more about the journey than the destination and although it’s one of those cliches which is often used glibly, we think it largely rings true in Laos. Except when travelling to Phongsali. There are two different ways that most people use to get to Phongsali. The easiest is by hopping on … read the full post
The Huay Xai border crossing is one of many crossings into Laos from Thailand and many visitors choose this particular one when entering Laos due to its proximity to Chiang Mai and the rest of northern Thailand. After arriving in Huay Xai, the vast majority of travellers choose to hop on a slowboat down river … read the full post