I never expected to do anything genuinely mediaeval while living in Southeast Asia, but here I am at what remains of the Portuguese fort built in Melaka in 1511.
There are at least three universities called "Victoria" in the world. I worked at the one in Australia from 2011 until 2015, but here I am at the one in New Zealand in 2013. (The third one is in Canada.)
I often stop by Byron Bay on the trip between Brisbane and Sydney, where the Railway Hotel is just one of the places to catch live music every night of the week.
Members of the iCore Information Security Lab at the University of Calgary enjoying some drinks at the end of my time there. They were kind enough to join me at my one of my favourite haunts in Calgary. (Photo taken by Jean Allan.)
Where I come from, "Queensland" is known for its tropical climate and sandy beaches. Apparently the Canadians have different ideas.
The founder of Royal Philips Electronics makes a surprisingly effective bicycle rack.
It's Judas Priest, Judas Priest and more Judas Priest (and maybe just a smidgin of Iron Maiden) at the Halford Bar in Berlin.
The place to go for all of your hard rock and heavy metal needs in Korea. (Photo taken by the lady behind the bar.)
Very nearly the northernmost part of Australia that I have been to. I made it to Mosman Gorge on this trip.
This photo was taken about 100km west of Hay, NSW, but it doesn't matter much: you'll see a whole lot of it if you drive between Sydney and Adelaide. I've done it twice.
There's nothing quite like a Big Thing in the dreams of developers of tourist attractions all over Australia. This one is the most photogenic I've found.