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Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Kanchanaburi, a medium size city located near the meeting of rivers Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai, is both vibrant and relaxing. I spent two nights in Kanchanaburi and I liked it very much, especially compared to loud and busy Bangkok. 414 more words

Thailand - Koh Samui: Nothing but a hound dog ...

“Let’s get dessert somewhere else.“ was the notion we were following. It had proven to be a real challenge to find a late-night restaurant specialised on deserts other than the regular ice-cream in Koh Samui. 1,278 more words

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December Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

49th Edition : December 2017.

Key Points 

  • Indonesian government changes its mind – new permits issued for Indian buffalo beef imports in 2018.

Indonesia  :  Slaughter Steers AUD $3.75 / kg live weight (Rp 10,400 = $1AUD)  1,700 more words

Beef Prices

Thailand- Koh Samui: That’s the culture. / นี่คือวัฒนธรรม

Almost all guests and volunteers had left the hostel and with them our party spirit. We were exhausted from work and missing our company. We were sat at the local spot, a big night market of all sorts of Thai foods due to excessive napping after our shift had only just made it before the last stall closed. 897 more words

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Januari di Kota Díli

Judul tulisan ini memiliki kesamaan dengan salah satu lagu Rita Effendy berjudul “Januari di Kota Díli” yang dirilis pada tahun 1997. Kalau kamu tahu lagunya, berarti kita seangkatan, hahaha. 2,801 more words

Trip

#36 Malaysia’s Towers, Gigantic Malls And Pineapple Tarts

Imagine there’s no rain. It’s easy if you try. No ominous dark clouds. Above us only clear sky. Gosh, I really wish I could experience some sunshine instead of just imagining it. 1,318 more words

Backpacking

Publications update from ILRI East and Southeast Asia over the second half of 2017

We would like to share with partners the list of publications of ILRI East and Southeast Asia publicized from July to December 2017 and we hope to hear from you. 552 more words

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