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Laos - beautiful people, Buddhism, fine handicrafts, spicy food, the Mighty Mekong, road trips, Plain of Jars - 13 days June 2015

The arrangements to cross the border were organised from our hotel in Chiang Mai, in Thailand with a mini bus north, an overnight stay at Chiang Klong and then over the Friendship Bridge to Huay Xai in Laos. 4,383 more words

Headed South (Part 1)

Our first three months have gone quickly and we have worked our asses off the last few months. Our first real time off from school came over the Dragon Boat Festival holiday, June 19-21. 1,396 more words


WuFenPu (五分埔) and Raohe Night Market (饒河街觀光夜市)

03 Sept 2015

On the itinerary today was Wufenpu and Raohe Night Market after Taipei 101.

Wufenpu (五分埔)

Large wholesale shopping district/area. Find clothes/shoes/bags at low prices and also high prices depending on the kind of shops you enter. 825 more words


A Month in Vietnam - Exploring the Streets of Hanoi

Our month in Vietnam has come to an end and we are left with mixed feelings about the country overall. The place and the people certainly took us on an emotional roller coaster from start to finish and while we cannot adequately capture exactly why in this brief insight into our trip we hope to share some of the more standout points in the next few blog posts. 354 more words

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Erick's Asia Tour Leg 1: Taiwan

Erick is an undergrad student majoring in Government and Chinese. When he’s not working towards his bachelor’s degree, he enjoys traveling to different parts of the world, trying local beers and street food, and exploring cities and marketplaces like the locals. 380 more words


Me and my heat rash

Hello from Siem Reap!

Sorry to leave y’all hanging for so long but I have been going non stop for the past six days. I’ll do my best to cover everything, but you’ll have to wait with bated breath for the pictures since I can’t upload anything yet. 1,018 more words


Bali May 2015 - Lempuyang, Pasir Putih, Gianyar night markets

Pura Lempuyang in the east of Bali is one of the nine important directional temples. If you go to the top temple it is 1,100m above sea level and 1,700 steps to the top. 731 more words