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Living in the tropics - getting used to being "at one with nature"?

I guess I’m slowly getting used to a completely different life here in Brunei. Instead of rushing out the door as soon as I wake up to hurl myself at the London public transport system to get into a big grey tower to work, I drop the Hubs off at his work (as we only have 1 car at the moment), have some breakfast from Coffee Bean and then run some errands. 578 more words

Expat Life

Laos y Myanmar clasificaron al Campeonato del Sudeste Asiático

Con sus triunfos de este sábado, ambas selecciones aseguraron sus lugares en el certamen que se jugará en Singapur y Vietnam a fin de año. 171 more words


Commentary: Bandwagon outrage over Brunei’s strict Islamic criminal code all but gone

When Brunei became the first Southeast Asian country to nationally adopt a strict Islamic penal code known as Sharia earlier this year, the world was outraged. 1,762 more words


Timor Este 4-2 Brunei; 1410MR12

I didn’t even know there was an AFF Suzuki Cup, but there is, and I thought I could give this game a watch of a Sunday morning. 202 more words


From a visitor: The Real Treasures of Brunei

For a first time couch surfing experience to hitch hiking- this travel was not the usual tourist itinerary. ;)

Arriving at Brunei during the wee hours of the morning was a very nice experience contrary to other experiences I had with other places. 682 more words


Keeping the South China Sea in Perspective

Keeping the South China Sea in Perspective
Source: Brookings Institution

The United States seeks to promote Asia-Pacific economic interdependence and dynamism and to mitigate security tensions in the region.

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International Relations

Virtual Travel Destination: Brunei Darussalam

After not blogging for a while, I thought I will look at my stats and see who in the world visited me. According to my blog, since 2012, I have more than 29K views from the United States alone. 708 more words