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Lessons I've learnt about Eating Abroad

The main thing I’ve learnt so far is to watch how much you’re spending on food because we made some awful decisions out of hunger. 257 more words


Laos: Bears, Pools & Waterfalls

I am one of those people that absolutely love going to zoos but feel completely guilt ridden when I do, Bangkok zoo was the literal worst place I have ever been; but that’s another story. 412 more words


Asia’s Fragile Strategic Miracle

August 20, 2017

Asia’s Fragile Strategic Miracle

by Richard N.Haass*


*Richard N. Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, previously served as Director of Policy Planning for the US State Department (2001-2003), and was President George W. 982 more words




Subject to change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 109 km S of Raigarh Fort, India / pop: 2,208,000 / local time: 22:22:32.0 2017-08-19
21 km E of Mākhjan, India / pop: 10,000 / local time: 22:22:32.0 2017-08-19

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In The Land Of Batik Cloth

Next port of destination after Penang was Semarang, an Indonesian city on the north coast of the island of Java. What I really like about Semarang first and foremost were not the sights that I was supposed to see (only if I opted to go ashore after my watch) but simply was the weather. 368 more words


Bengals waive Cedric Thompson, clearing up battle at safety

The Cincinnati Bengals cleared up the battle at safety slightly on Saturday ahead of the team’s preseason encounter against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Cincinnati had brought on Cedric Thompson out of Minnesota to help reinforce the position after both George Iloka, Derron Smith suffered injuries. 133 more words

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How to meet women on the subway

As mentioned here, meeting women on subways is one of the most efficient uses of your time.

You must be wondering then, how do I talk to a girl I don’t know on the subway? 626 more words