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We survived our second sleeper train of the trip and arrived in Vientiane, the capital of Laos early Saturday morning. Crossing the Border from Bangkok to Vientiane Our experience was a little different than other...

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A Post Full of Monkeys

April 15, 2013

For your viewing pleasure, here is a photo gallery of only pictures of monkeys from Malaysia and Indonesia.  Hold your applause until the last photo is seen.  Thank you.  – Dan...

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We planned on only three days in Singapore because of everything we read about how expensive the city is, but when we got there, we found that it doesn’t have to be. The most expensive...

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“I could retire here.” Not something you hear many people in their 20’s say, but as we cruise around Bali on our motorbike, it’s one of the constant thoughts that keeps coming to my mind....

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Filling the tank in Bali We’ve pulled over our near-empty-tank motorbike at a roadside stand on Bali’s main street that features a hand-written ‘PETROL’ sign in front.  I don’t see any gas pumps, or people,...

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We arrived in Bali yesterday morning after catching a 4:50am flight from Perth, Australia.  We’ve arranged a to stay in a villa in Ubud, Bali with some fellow working travelers.  The villa has about 6...

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Gerard and Kieu (G and Q from GQtrippin.com) left their jobs in 2011 and embarked on a round-the-world trip through 20 countries.  We have been following their journey over the last year and I was...

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Our flight from Manila to Tokyo was cancelled today, so we decided to spend it walking around the Mall of Asia, the world’s 10th largest shopping mall.  As we were looking for a place to...

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We’ve been in El Nido, Palawan for four days now, and this morning we decided to take a boat ride out to visit what’s known here as The Secret Beach, or The Keyhole Beach.  We...

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Located on the tip of Palawan, El Nido remains a beach town paradise left undisturbed by big tourism, corporations and hotel chains. El Nido is our last stop on our tour of Palawan Island.  I...

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