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Aussie Aussie Aussie...Bla bla bla

AUSTRALIA | Saturday, 7 Feb 2009 | Views [759] | Comments [4]

I reluctantly left the paradise Mecca I will now think of as a second home and returned to KL. Unfortunately I was not subject to the rock star treatment Dylan and I had previously experienced, instead I checked myself in to a semi-decent hotel in China ... Read more >

A Hidden Jewel Among The Archipelago

INDONESIA | Tuesday, 30 Dec 2008 | Views [953] | Comments [6]

En route to Bali we transited through Kuala Lumpur where we spent a night with some German travel friends who work and live in the Malaysian capital. I met one of the girls while I was in the Perhentian Islands, Malaysia and purely by coincidence Dylan ... Read more >

Sabah, The Lost World

MALAYSIA | Thursday, 4 Dec 2008 | Views [739] | Comments [5]

Our transit through Thailand and Kuala Lumpur to Borneo was tiresome but a typical adventure. We landed in Tawan on the east coast of malaysian Borneo in the semi-autonomous province of Sabah before hitching a ride to our first destination of Semporna, ... Read more >

A Home Away From Home

THAILAND | Monday, 27 Oct 2008 | Views [514] | Comments [5]

  Ok so I realise my last blog was over 2 months ago, one would immediately expect this blog to be packed full of stories and misadventures from places far and wide. Without aiming to disappoint, on the contrary it will be far from this. You will ... Read more >

The Greater Mekong

CAMBODIA | Friday, 15 Aug 2008 | Views [643] | Comments [1]

It has been some weeks since my last blog. Saigon was quickly conquered as was the Cu Chi tunnels before moving on to Cambodia via the Mekong Delta on a 2 day boat ride...well it was advertised as 2 days, but the first day consisted of 7 hours on a bus ... Read more >

The Highs and Lows of Travelling

VIETNAM | Thursday, 10 Jul 2008 | Views [918] | Comments [16]

It has been a long old month since my last blog...the honeymoon period of travelling has lapsed and the stresses of travelling have begun...as glorious as it sounds travelling the world, nothing in life is ever as easy as one may think & the grass ... Read more >

The Long March to China

CHINA | Friday, 13 Jun 2008 | Views [909] | Comments [2]

Writing this blog using the world's slowest connections is not easy. Finally after an hour I have come this far. My previous work crashed along with this ancient machine which should actually be in a computer museum not here in Guilin. At least I managed ... Read more >

Gallery: Nepal

NEPAL | Wednesday, 4 Jun 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Nepal, the great escape from India.

NEPAL | Sunday, 25 May 2008 | Views [1182] | Comments [11]

Well it's been 3 weeks since my last blog....oh so much to tell. Ok so from Bundi we went to Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan. Famed for being the best place in the Indian sub-continent to see the elusive tigers due to their unnerving attitude ... Read more >

A Month On

INDIA | Saturday, 3 May 2008 | Views [933] | Comments [6]

Today marks our anniversary of arrival, one month ago. We are currently in Bundi, a small (by Indian size) walled town in Rajasthan, with the fortress walls and palace dominating the belt of hilly lands surrounding the still modest market town. The population ... Read more >

Gallery: India

INDIA | Sunday, 27 Apr 2008 | Photo Gallery

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First stop - India

INDIA | Sunday, 27 Apr 2008 | Views [603] | Comments [2]

We landed in splendid Mumbai, the city where dreams are made (dreams of rats, poverty beyond explanation & sights & smells of human excrement, all of which are impossible to escape apart from meal times where you can sneak off to a semi-decent ... Read more >

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