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  • Bamboo Tours: Beware of This No Refund for Covid CompanyOver the years, I've only posted one other time to warn people about a company. I love to promote travel, good hosts, good hotels, good places to go, restaurants, and friendly tour groups such as Rabbies in Scotland and Gate Posted by teethetrav in Tee the Trav | Mar 15, 2021
  • Live footage of the Bamboo Train BattambangIn 2013 i was in Cambodia as part of my bigger Central and SEA tour for just over a year. In Battambang I took what is fondly referred to as "The Bamboo Train", their proper name is a Norry or Nori Posted by TheJohnsons in Cambodia | Sep 23, 2020
  • The Big Year Out- Live footage of the Bamboo Train BattambanIn 2013 i was in Cambodia as part of my bigger Central and SEA tour for just over a year. In Battambang I took what is fondly referred to as "The Bamboo Train", their proper name is a Norry or Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • Arashiyama KyotoToday we are heading to Arashiyama which is at the very western side of Kyoto at the foot of the mountains which surround Kyoto. The most famous site is the bamboo forrest and lots of temples. We are going to Posted by andrewjenny in Japan | Jan 16, 2018
  • Dzukou valley trek-Nagalend===Prologue=== Not many people, even in India, heard of Nagalend. As a matter of fact it was almost impossible for a foreigner to visit Nagalend until 2011, when an incredibly bureaucratic and restrictive entry permit was scrapped. Tucked away in Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Dec 4, 2016
  • Exploring Lake Como towns: Tremezzina Leaving Bellagio we traveled on the ferry to the opposite side of Lake Como from where we are staying in Vernazza to see Villa Carlotta in the town of Tremezzina. When I took this picture from the ferry, I first Posted by bmotieno in See the Journey | Nov 25, 2016
  • Cambodia: BattambangOur journey from Sihanoukville to Battambang was not a smooth one, in any sense of the word. The first leg of the journey wasn't too bad; 5 hours on a comfortable mini bus to Phnom Penh. We were among another Posted by advensha in Advensha | Apr 11, 2016
  • To Lycra or Not to LycraOne of our first world problems always revolve around "What should I wear?" It's always a dilemma which can only be resolved when we arrive at our destination and get a chance to compare our outfits with others. The reality Posted by Stephenhanlon in Tour d'Afrique - Bamboo Road | Aug 25, 2015
  • The forests of thin treesThe bamboo forest walk in Arashiyama is one of the Japan's most beautiful places. Amidst the towering and densely packed bamboos, one can enjoy a picturesque, although sometimes crowded, 10 min stroll. [img=http://www.boyang.photography/photos/i-J5Qp5 Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | Mar 11, 2015
  • Pandamonium We woke up bright and early for an exciting day full of pandas! We slurped down our breakfast rice porridge and headed to the bus stop. No worries, we had directions written out in Chinese an Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Jan 26, 2015
  • Yangshuo Arriving in Yangshuo wouldn't be complete without the standard terrifying bus ride, complete with horn blaring and ultra-aggressive driving. It didn't help that it was only a two lane road mo Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Dec 22, 2014
  • ShanghaiWe arrived in Shanghai safe and sound. Our flights were delightfully empty. I've actually never seen so few people on a flight even on those bound to Winnipeg (just kidding guys) or those really expensive ones in Laos. They fed Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Nov 14, 2014
  • Vietnam[center]We got royally screwed by a taxi driver, paying $7 instead of the $1.50 it should have cost, but we were greeted with smiles and open arms by The Town House 50E hostel, Ho Chi Minh City - very nice Posted by Lady Mantle in Lady M's Worldwide Adventures | Jun 6, 2014
  • Day 92 - 96 Jungle Okay so we signed up to 'workaway' and arranged to meet our first host at a train station on the outskirts of KL. This lead to a few worrying outbursts from me where I quizzed Dan what Posted by vincerb in Becky is Backpacking | Jan 24, 2014
  • Day 18 - Bamboo Train and Rice Planting in PursatBreakfast at 7:30 am at our hotel. I had a great sleep last night and it is the simple things in life such as a good night's sleep that one often appreciates. We arrived for breakfast Posted by Sydney324 in To Cambodia with HOPE | Jul 30, 2013
  • VISITING SHRINES AND FLIPPING A SHIT; PLUS ESOTERIC SECRETSUm so. Apparently for a while there I forgot I had to write blog posts, and was happily trundling across mountains and shit not remembering that my task does not end with writing in my journal. Damn. Now I have Posted by Niadra in I Can Haz Enlightenment? | Oct 25, 2012
  • Kyoto- The Last HooharToday we decided to hire bikes for our 'Tokyo Mop up Tour', to see any of the remaining sights we had not been to yet. Bikes are THE method of transport in Japan and there seems to be a flurry Posted by Ashton and Emma in Its all about Japan | Oct 25, 2012
  • Bamboo trains and bat cavesOn our second day in Battambang we've managed to squeeze a lot in. After a hearty breakfast we set off by tuk-tuk to the bamboo train a few kilometres outside the city. On arrival we were greeted by a rather Posted by goldenmaverick in There and back again | Jul 25, 2012
  • The Thai JungleSorry there hasn't been a blog for a while, I've not really had much wifi access and had no access to a computer to upload photos until now, even now the computer is so old and slow it's taking forever. Posted by seanio5 in The Other Side of The World, and Back | May 20, 2012
  • A very full weekend (Part 2)So this post is going to be a little less long, since I have so much more to post, but I will post all the pictures, of course. Anyway, the saturday after the picnic with the kindergarten children, me and GaHui Posted by Anon of Holland in A Dutchman in Korea | Nov 8, 2011
  • R & R from our Holiday[b]“Must be high-tide” I think to myself as I sit down on the patio floor of the bar, my feet hanging over the edge so it’s submerged in the water. The water is still warm this time of the Posted by Al Jam in Insert Life Here | Feb 2, 2011
  • BattambangWe've managed to leave the beach and carry on with the rest of the trip. Sihanoukville was brilliant, we'd had no idea what to expect as we had heard there was a lot of development taking place, but it is Posted by katcharles in Kat's travels | Jan 27, 2011

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