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Southeast Asia With Maggie

     Posted on: October 5, 2019

Thailand Laos Vietnam Cambodia Wildlife Friends Foundation of Thailand   [pauthor author="maggiegoodwin2482@gmail.com"]  ,   [pcategory category="southeastasiawithmaggie" ]

Sisters Traveling the World

     Posted on: July 20, 2019

Canary Islands South Africa Tanzania Zanzibar India Thailand Laos Vietnam Cambodia Fiji   [pauthor author="marshac153@gmail.com"]  ,   [pcategory category="marshac153@gmail.com" ]

RTW with Two Sisters

     Posted on: July 20, 2019

Canary Islands South Africa Tanzania and Zanzibar India Thailand Laos Vietnam Cambodia Fiji   [pauthor author="marshac153@gmail.com"]  ,   [pcategory category="marshac" ]

Marsha and Sheila’s RTW trip

     Posted on: July 20, 2019

Canary Islands South Africa Tanzania and Zanzibar India Thailand Laos Vietnam Cambodia Fiji   [pauthor author="marshac153@gmail.com"]  ,   [pcategory category="marshac" ]

Libaurina

     Posted on: April 16, 2019

Hey there guys!! We are writing this time from a different country! Weare in Laos now in a town called luang prabang! Its really nice and wethink it is all of our favourtie places so far! Its quite relaxed andfeels quite french!! So after the water fights in chiang mai we wantedto go and ride an elephant and so joined a tour, which there only endedup being us and a japanese man on! We got to the elephant camp andjumped on after being guilt tripped into buying some bananas to feedthe elephants! Libby and Laura went on one, while Corrina…

Polypoche

     Posted on: April 7, 2019

Sur le bateau qui nous amenait sur cette ile, on a rencontré un Franéais qui habite ici depuis 6 ans et qui a survécu au tsunami de 2004. Rendu sur l’ile, il nous a fait un genre de reconstitution de ce qu’avait l’air la ville avant en nous pointant ce qui a résisté, ce qui a été détruit, reconstruit, etc. Aujourd’hui, deux ans plus tard, on voit toujours des débris qui jonchent le sol et la reconstitution bat toujours son plein. Malheureusement pour nous (mais heureusement pour eux), il s’agit de LA destination touristique par excellence de la Thailande. De…

welcome

     Posted on: May 1, 2018

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     Posted on: February 2, 2018

Streets and squares, Serbia Breakfast is an unhurried and often alcoholic affair in a Serbian summer. For instance, Laze Teleckog in Novi Sad is home to plenty of places to appreciate the beauty of coffee, rakija, Serbians and something that one tourist brochure called "the hobby of uninterested hanging around." You can spend all day sipping your drink and skimming your book. Conversation if you care for it, privacy if you don't.... Your table is waiting. Streets and squares, Serbia Breakfast is an unhurried and often alcoholic affair in a Serbian summer. For instance, Laze Teleckog in Novi Sad is…

South Asia

     Posted on: February 2, 2018

image107.jpgAu moins ici il n’y a pas de fatigants qui veulent te vendre leurs ‘gogosses’ et les gens ne semblent pas nous voir comme des signes de $$$ ambulants. Aussi, la population Malay étantcomposée en partie d’Indiens, nos ‘treats’ de bouffe indienne sont passés de occasionnels é quotidiennes…et on ne s’en plaint pas!En arrivant en Malaysie, on s’est vite rendu compte que la chaleur du nord du Vietnam était finalement pas si pire é endurer. On crevait tellement é Kuala Lumpur qu’aprés trois jours, on a décidé de se sauver vers les Camerons Highlands, une région montagneuse qui, comme son…

An Indian Cinema Experience…

     Posted on: February 2, 2018

Day 47: Jess is a Wanderer went to the movies and this is what happened... You may think it's odd that I'm dedicating a whole post to write about the Indian cinematic experience, however, you'll soon see why! We'd spent the night 'sleeping' on a bus from Rishikesh (or thereabouts) to Delhi. We were literally going to be in Delhi for nine hours before hopping on another night bus to Varanasi. As a result of our 'suffering' we decided to have a chilled out day and visit the movies.  I've been to the cinema in many countries: France, Egypt, Australia, Thailand,…

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