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  • Siem Reap, CambodiaWe brought the New Year in well. Sitting on a hotel balcony, the warm night air enlivened by fireworks and music, sipping wine and stout, talking quietly about the days gone and the days still to come. Rhian and Steve, Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Jan 29, 2020
  • Bagan, MyanmarBagan is a unique, remarkable place. It’s one of the world’s most distinctive religious spaces, with its 2,000+ pagodas and temples, but, located in a country that has only recently embraced tourism, albeit in a limited way, it benefits from Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Dec 28, 2019
  • Myanmar: Yangon to Bagan and back again[i]NB: I use the term 'Myanmarese' in this post to refer to any person from Myanmar. This term is not an officially recognised one but it is used more and more commonly in texts relating to the country. I was Posted by advensha in Advensha | Feb 21, 2016
  • Stopover Rangoon===From a letter home dated Saturday 22-10-1966=== [b]Bangkok, Thailand We were a day and a half getting from Raxaul down to Calcutta by train and we stayed for four days in the Salvation Army hostel in Sudder St., in the same room Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Nov 13, 2015
  • A True Lotus Does not Wilt in the Heat Kaohsiung, Taiwan's "second city" I had decided to base myself for a few days in Kaohsiung, Taiwan's second city, for a number of reasons. There are a handful o Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jun 20, 2014
  • Summer 2012 Part I - The PDF VersionsHello all! I hope this works. Since beginning the blog, I've been looking for a way to link and share the PDF newsletters I previously created here. I have now found that way (go back to the [[http://katya42.travellerspoint.com/4/|Taxi entry]] to find Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Mar 15, 2013
  • The Three Pagodas and Chongsheng TempleTravelling through Dali was my favorite part of the trip through Yunan. Dali was historically the heart of the Buddhist area in southern China and still has a strong Buddhist community. The main site is the Three Pagodas, Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Oct 29, 2012
  • Hoi An to HueSo if anyone read the last post, our next journey was the overnight train from Nha Trang to Danang. Now this train was slightly worse then the previous train and no where near as clean. Unfortunately we were not given Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Oct 27, 2012
  • The tale of two cities....After a few dodgy wireless internet connections at the hotels we have been staying at recently, we decided to pop in to an internet cafe to write a quick blog post. I have now typed out that first line 3 Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Sep 16, 2012
  • Land of the head hunters...Borneo!Kuching, Borneo - First stop on our whirlwind tour of South East Asia. The reason Kuching was on our itinerary was because Ken gave me a list of a few of the things he wanted to see and do during Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Sep 9, 2012
  • The Parents visit HanoiFor those who know us well will also know that my parents are in their mid/late 70s and not shy of "doing things". Today they returned to the UK, via 3 days of luxury and heat in Singapore. Posted by langforda in Langfords in Hanoi | Mar 29, 2011

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