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The "How To Become Rich" Reading List

by Dr. Monroe Mann, PhD, Esq, MBA, LLM, ME, EMT
Founder & Executive Director, Break Diving, Inc.

IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE: I am not rich, but I do know one thing: I know how to make it happen, and I’m working my butt off to get there!  340 more words

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The best places for live music in Hanoi

Traveling to Hanoi, visitors would definitely be interested in exploring the city nightlife and having some fun when the evening comes. Beside wandering on the streets and trying street food, live music lounges are also a perfect option for a night in Hanoi. 531 more words

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Pu Sam Cap Cave system in Lai Chau province.

Nestled deep within the tranquil, sleepy hideaway forest, Pu Sam Cap Grottoes in Pu Sam Cap Commune began bustling in July 2006 and then has been attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors. 508 more words

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YOU'VE BEEN CHALLENGED!

Your friend Frank Lefebre just WON a share of the GOLD STREAK Zackpot and is challenging you to try to match his/her awesomeness. You may play up to two games FREE daily. 54 more words

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What to do in November at Siem Reap

November is the time when Cambodia enters dry season meaning there will be almost no rain for the next six months, although the odd, short shower early in the month is not unusual. 819 more words

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Binh Lieu in Quang Ninh Province - a less-touristic version of "Sapa" (Part 01)

Are you an adventure and discovery lover? Are you interested in new places? Are you finding a less touristic mountainous area? If you are, I believe that you are reading the right post. 1,094 more words

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Top 8 famous Pagodas in Vietnam you should not miss (Part II)

5. Thien Mu Pagoda – Hue City

Thien Mu Pagoda – Heaven Fairy Lady Pagoda is the most ancient pagoda in Hue city. It is situated on Ha Khe hill, on the northern bank of the Perfume River, in Huong Long village, 5 kilometres from Hue city, which is easy to reach from the city centre. 720 more words

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