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Foods we enjoyed in Thailand

We have been in Thailand for one month now so thought it time to show some of the foods we have enjoyed. We thought you might be feeling hungry and like to share some of the restaurants and foods we … Continue reading

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Six month S.E.A Trip

This web site details our six month trip to South East Asia… Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and back to Malaysia. The trip started in March 2014 and finished on 1st September. We could not commence our trip whilst our … Continue reading

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7. Lunch at the hawker market

Lunch time, hmmmm what to eat, KFC?  pass on that today. Lets delve into the market around the corner from the hostel. Seafood? A bit heavy for lunch, satay.. a bit light. Then we came across a small stall selling … Continue reading

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6. The riverside in Guilin, China

A walk along the banks of The Peach Blossom River, Guilin. Nice wide streets and well laid out walking areas. Click on a picture to view full size and as a slide show. Click here to go to: 7. Lunch … Continue reading

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4. Bloody electric scooters !!!!

Bloody annoying machines. These scooters come right up behind you without a sound, until they blast the horn. You cannot believe how frustrating and downright annoying these electric scooters can be. And there are thousands of them. People have said … Continue reading

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3. Li-Jiang river cruise

Up early and on the bus at 8.00am for a 45 minute trip to the pier to get on the boat for a four hour cruise up the Li river  weaving under the amazing limestone karsts of this beautiful area. … Continue reading

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2. Riverside Hostel Guilin

We chose to stay at The Riverside Hostel, Guilin which is situated in a quiet side street and is on the banks of The Peach Blossom River. The hostel has a lot of character and charm for travelers, not like … Continue reading

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5. The Bund Shanghai

The Bund in Shanghai is an area that stretches one mile along the bank of the Huangpu River. It has fantastic views of the city skyscrapers and towers on the opposite bank. The river itself is busy with cargo boats … Continue reading

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4. Wunning Street Shanghai

Thought you might like a quick look around Wunning Street, Caoyang area of Shanghai. We stopped at The City International Hostel for seven nights. The first three Mrs Wombat was pretty crook with a virus on the chest and was … Continue reading

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3. Shanghai. The Peoples Square. The Old Town and Hostel

Still recovering from a virus that had started in Kuala Lumpur we realized that if we just spent our time around the hostel we would not get to see Shanghai. So today we ventured out to downtown Shanghai by the … Continue reading

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