Allan SoutarisNov 22, 2012
Allan Soutaris can't find any jumping cats at Myanmar's infamous Jumping Cats Monastery, but luckily the tranquil sunsets and delicious beer make it all OK.
Allan SoutarisAug 28, 2011
My fellow volunteer buddies and I decided the best way to see Laos would be by motorbike. I'm not talking scooters, I'm talking off road monsters -- 250cc Honda XR beasts. Ten days of dirty, filthy riding through northern Laos.
Allan SoutarisJun 14, 20112 Comments
Allan SoutarisApr 18, 2011
Unlike the layer of sweat ever present upon my forehead, the shine and glitz of Phnom Penh has begun to wane. What Crikey readers might view as an interesting odd spot most lik
Allan SoutarisMar 4, 20116 Comments
Like all great ideas, it was conceived as on a night out. My mate Rory and I had spent the night at a rock & roll bar called Zeppelins, famous for its temperamental Taiwanese DJ who
Allan SoutarisFeb 23, 20111 Comment
Moving internationally to undertake an assignment in a developing country is a fairly challenging affair. Roles can be undefined, work plans unclear, language difficulties a barrier, pl
Allan SoutarisJan 18, 20113 Comments
I'd like to present a study of the sometimes misunderstood mammal that is the Young Expat.
Allan SoutarisDec 10, 20106 Comments
At one stage I counted ten young street children injecting heroin in the alley around me. Monks slowly walked by on their morning alms. For a Westerner it was an unexpected juxtapositio
Allan SoutarisNov 19, 20106 Comments
Hello. My name is Allan and I'm an AYAD.