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India

India

Where: Asia, Indian Sub-Continent When: 2013 Places I visited (12): Chennai, Bangalore, Kerala, Cochin, Goa, Hampi, Delhi, Pushkur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jailsalmer, Delhi,Agra Highlights I think no matter how much it is visited and well known, the Taj Mahal in Agra is the biggest highlight. The place looks like it has been dropped down from outer space, it stands […]

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Singapore

Singapore

Where: South East Asia When: 2013 Places I visited: Singapore (City) Highlights Singapore was a bit of flash for my SE Asia trip. It was easy to get to from Malaysia, taking around 5 hours by bus. Singapore is full of wealthy people, and for two days, I pretended I was too. Marina Bay Sands was incredible, especially […]

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Malaysia

Malaysia

Where: South East Asia (Under Thailand and South West on SE Asia Map) When: 2013 Places I Visited: Kualar Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi Highlights Malaysia was a little more rigid than I thought in terms of the culture and people. I expected a more relaxed attitude like in other parts of SE Asia, but Malaysia seemed to be […]

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Indonesia

Indonesia

Where: South East Asia, (Base of SE Asia on Map) When: 2013 Places I visited: Bali, Jakarta, Gili T, Lombok, Ubud   Highlights Bali I surfed for the very first time and realised how addictive this extreme sport can be. I got battered and bruised after getting up and down from the board but it is the best […]

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Philippines

Philippines

Where: South East Asia When: 2013 Places I visited: Angeles, Manila, Banaue, Sagada, Boracay, Cebu, Bohol Highlights The Phillippines was a place that I really did enjoy something in every place. I could talk about every thing on my two occasions here but I’ll have just stick with a couple. Up North in Banaue and Sagada were incredible […]

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Myanmar

Myanmar

Where: South East Asia When: 2012 Places I visited(4): Yangon, Mandalaay, Bagan, Inle Lake Highlights Entering Yangon was a bit of a culture shock. It is heavily run down and has a ‘back in time’ feel to the place. Also, in 2012, the typical traveller route didn’t include Myanmar as much as it does today so to me […]

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