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The hottest bucket list destinations in Asia for 2018

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

1. China China is a country that has been moving forward, and fast, for three millennia. Now a country of development, technology and growth, China retains a firm connection to its ancient past. From the rural areas filled with green rice paddy fields to the sprawling metropolises, this country is diverse, colourful and exotic. Travel from […]

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Jordan: Old Testament lessons

by Jamie Lafferty @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Jordan’s ancient landscapes — from its limestone caves to its wild wadis — provide the ultimate adventurous terrain for brave novices to try some serious canyoning and climbing

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10 cultural FESTS in INDIA worth traveling for in 2018

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

Most of us know of famous fests around the world with a trip to the next Tommorowland, Coachella, Oktoberfest and Burning Man planned in our bucket list. But how many of you have already check listed the 10 most famous cultural fests in India? If you failed to notice - India, the hub of varied tradition and vivid culture - is also the venue to some landmark global events - such as the legendary Kumbh Mela and the yearly Jaipur Literature Fest. Adding on each year are new events that are celebrating India's rich landscapes, music, dance, history, and also our growing market of independent cinema and music.

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Vegetarian Food In Vietnam: Where To Go And What To Eat

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

Despite misconceptions, Vietnam is a country with exemplary vegetarian cuisine. There’s a long history of vegetarian food in Vietnam with its roots firmly planted in Buddhist ideologies. The key to understanding the Vietnamese vegetarian food scene is knowing what to look for and where to go in order to find it. Although plenty of standard […]

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Our 4½ Month Southeast Asia Budget Backpacking Trip: All the Costs, all the Details

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

7 Countries47 Cities138 daysFor only $3081.30 eachThat’s $22.32 per dayAbout 156.29 per weekAnd $669.60 per month In this guide, I will share all the details of our Southeast Asia budget backpacking trip that included Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore. The Map: Budget Backpacking Southeast Asia The Details and Itinerary:A 47 Cities Tour [...]

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Phản hồi cho Biệt phủ rộng 1.600 m2 ở Đồng Nai của diễn viên Hoàng Mập bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

Nhận Ðịnh Thời Cuộc Việtnam by Bright Quang B.A,. . Việtnam sẽ có một Tân Chủ Nghĩa Dân Tộc trong tương lai bởi vì chính phủ Cộng sản Việtnam sẽ gạn lọc những điều tốt đẹp từ Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản quốc tế, tư bản, và học thuyết khổng giáo để xây lại một nước Việtnam sống Trung lập tự do để củng cố lại thể diện quốc gia và hội nhập với cộng đồng quốc tế, trong lúc CSVN từ từ cải tổ dứt bỏ Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản quốc tế ngoại lai. Bởi vì nó là phi Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản quốc tế không phù hợp với Dân Tộc Việtnam. Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản quốc tế đã đưa đẩy những người yêu nước Việtnam đến con đường cùng không lố thoát vì Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản đã và đang phản bội lòng yêu nước của Dân Tộc Việtnam và quyền lợi quốc gia. Rõ ràng Dân Tộc Việtnam sống trong thời kỳ hoà bình, nhưng Cộng sản Việtnam đã và đang dâng đất biên giới, hải đảo và tài nguyên, cao nguyên và vùng biển cho đàng anh Cộng sản Tàu không có một lý do chánh đáng. Nhưng hôm nay Cộng sản Việtnam chưa đủ can đảm để lột xác từ bỏ tên ăn mày bẩn thỉu nhất trần gian để trở thành tên đại ca của xã hội đen vì các điểm sau đây: . . Thứ nhất, Ðảng Cộng sản Việtnam và bộ chánh trị đã và đang vô cùng lo lắng đến hơn 2 triệu đảng viên Cộng sản nòng cốt, hầu hết các đảng viên Cộng sản nầy xuất thân từ giai cấp vô sản nghèo sản đói, thiếu học hành, không kiến thức tầng lớp nầy đã bị lừa dối bởi những chiếc radio tốt âm thanh làm bổn phận thu vô và phát ra mà thôi. Hầu hết tầng lớp nầy không đủ trình độ để hội nhập vào một xã hội văn minh tân tiến sau khi tầng lớp nầy chúng đã và đang hiến dâng hết cả cuộc đời cho Chủ Nghĩa ngoại lai vì chiến tranh quốc tế vô sản. . Nhưng sau khi đất nước thoát ra khỏi cảnh chiến tranh huynh đệ tương tàn. Thì Ðảng Cộng sản Việtnam để lộ bộ mặt gian trá và lừa gạt thành phần vô sản. Ðảng Cộng sản Việtnam giống hệt như một bầy chó đói khi đang nhìn về phía trước chỉ có hai bát thực phẩm: một là bát thịt ngon lành và một cháo heo không có cám và xương thịt. Những Ðảng viên cao cấp, có thế lực như: Ðổ Mười, Lê Khả Phiêu , Võ Văn Kiệt, Lê Ðức Anh, Trần Ðức Lương, Nông Ðức Mạnh, Nguyễn Văn An, and Phan Văn Khải, Nguyễn Minh Triết va Nguyễn Tấn Dũng vân và vân, chúng nó mạnh chân và tay vồ lấy hết bát thịt ngon lành bằng chứng cụ thể chúng nó đã và đang tham ô vơ vét trên cả tỷ dollars Mỹ và đang gởi vào ngân hàng Thụy sỹ “Switzerland” . . Oái oăm thay cho thành phần đảng viên Cộng sản vô sản và tầng lớp nông dân nghèo khổ và công nhân vô sản, kém kiến thức nhưng chúng bị âm thầm nuốt lấy bất công cay cú khi chúng đã và đang bị bóc lột trắng trợn, cướp công lao kháng chiến do đàng anh đảng viên Cộng sản có thế lực. Thành phần nầy đang sống bằng Lương thực thừa thãi bằng bát cháo rau heo không cám để sống qua ngày, hay nói bằng cách khác là thức ăn hằng ngày của tầng lớp vô sản, nghèo đói còn thua xa những thức ăn thừa thãi của tầng đảng viên có thế lực đã và đang bỏ lại nơi nhà hàng, khách sạn và tửu điếm bình dân trên toàn đất nước Việtnam. Trong lúc tài sản của tầng lớp đảng viên vô sản chỉ vỏn vẹn có chiếc xe đạp trành cũ kỹ hay chiếc radio cổ lỗ xỹ nhưng phần đông tầng lớp nầy không sở hữu được các vật đã nêu trên. Chúng nó mơ ước có được chiếc xe gắn máy hay căn nhà ở để che mưa trong mùa đông gía lạnh và mùa hè oi bức rất vô cùng khó khăn. Trong lúc bọn nó cùng chung hy sinh gần hết cuộc đờ cho chủ nghĩa không tưởng “utopianism” hay nói bằng cách khác là khác chúng nó đã hy sinh cho cuộc chiến tranh mù quáng để giành lấy độc lập giả tạo và sau chiến thắng không được chia lợi tức đồng đều như Ðảng Cộng sản Việtnam đã và đang chủ trương tuyên truyền cuộc chiến mù quáng không tưởng để dụ dỗ tầng lớp nông dân nghèo khổ và công nhân vô sản kém văn hóa. Kiến thức của chúng rất khó hòa nhập vào xã hội văn minh khoa học. Trong lúc bọn đảng viên có thế lực đã và đang có đời sống xa hoa, nửa ăn nửa đổ, tiền dollars tiêu xài không hết. Sự chênh lệch và bất công trong đảng Cộng sản sâu xa như hố thẩm sông sâu. Nhưng chúng nó đều là đảng viên Cộng sản vô sản vietnam cả, cùng lý tưởng, cùng lời thề và cùng tuổi đảng nhưng bọn chúng nó chỉ có cùng kham khổ, nhưng không cùng kham an lạc Thứ hai, đảng viên Cộng sản Việtnam và bộ chánh trị đã không những sợ và rất lo lắng về những tội ác của Cộng sản Việtnam đã và đang tạo nên trong quá khứ và hiện nay, ví dụ, chương trình cải cách ruộng đất từ năm 1955 đến 1956, đảng viên Cộng sản Việtnam đã làm theo lệnh của đảng Cộng sản đàng anh soviet Union. Đảng Cộng Sản Việtnam chạy theo Soviet, tròng cái ách cải cách ruộng đất, gọi là chương trình cải cách ruộng đất của chánh quyền Cộng sản Việtnam đã giết trên một triệu Việtnam vô tội từ năm 1955-1956. Chúng nó vô cùng dã man giết ngon lành một triệu dân vô tội Việtnam, kế đến chúng nó bỏ Soviet chạy theo Tàu Cộng và đang trên đường chuyển hướng chạy theo Mỹ. Chúng nó rất sợ nhân dân Việtnam trả thù chúng. Kế đến, chúng nó không những đập phá mhiều chùa chiền, đền thờ, và giáo đường để làm theo lệnh quan thầy Cộng Sản quốc tế. Chúng rất sợ không những các tôn giáo trả thù mà còn run sợ nhân dân Việtnam trả thù Chúng nữa. Những tội ác kế tiếp là vụ diệt chủng năm 1968 tết Mậu thân, chúng đã chôn sống và nhận nứớc trên sáu ngàn người vô tội ở Huế, và đến vụ toàn chiếm Miền Nam Việtnam 30 tháng 4 năm 1975, đảng viên Cộng sản Việtnam dụng thời cơ chia quyền lợi của các cường giữa Tàu và Mỹ, chúng nó không những giết và tước đoạt tất cả tài sản của nhân dân Miền Nam Việtnam và bắt bớ giam cầm và hảm hiếp vợ con của nhân viên, binh sỹ và quan chức chế độ cũ trên dưới gần một triệu người Miền Nam Việtnam. CSVN từ từ cải tổ dứt bỏ Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản quốc tế ngoại lai bởi vì nó là phi Chủ Nghĩa Cộng sản quốc tế không phù hợp với Dân Tộc Việtnam và sẽ cải cách theo con đường lối Chủ Nghĩa Dân Tộc Trung lập thân tây Phường hơn Cộng sản quốc tế, nhưng chúng sẽ giữ lai chính sách giáo dục tuyên truyền của đảng Cộng sản từ thập niêm 30 đến nay, và đường lối kỷ luật sắt của đảng Cộng sản, bởi vì chính sách giáo dục tuyên truyền của đảng khá thành công trong cuộc chiến tranh không tưởng, vì đường lối kỷ luật sắt của đảng đã thành công chỉ huy đảng viên và binh lính trong thời chiến. Thực tế, chúng đã cảm hóa và chiếm được lòng dân vô sản và lảnh đạo thành công một quân đội có kỷ luật trong tác chiến về lãnh vực dân vận và địch vận, nhưng xuyên qua chính sách cướp đất tư hữu của toàn dân, chúng cướp đất nhân dân và chia lại cho cán bộ Cộng sản quyền lực rồi Cộng sản cán bộ quyền lực bán lại cho nước ngoài để hưởng lợi và tạo nên tham nhũng trầm kha và bất công lan tràn trong xã hội Cộng sản. Chính đảng Cộng sản đã tạo ra sự bất công và tham nhũng cùng hố thẳm giàu nghèo từ đó đảng Cộng sản sẽ bị diệt vong và tan rã bởi sự phản bội Tổ Quốc và Nhân dân của đảng Cộng sản Việtnam. Bây giờ và trong tương lai đảng Cộng sản sẽ uốn lưỡi để tuyên truyền nhân dân và thành phần đảng viên trẻ người non dạ, bởi vì trước kia tuyên truyền đánh Mỹ là yêu nước và đề cao Soviet-Union vĩ đại,và Trung quốc sông liền sông, nuí liền nuí, nhưng bây giờ quay lại và đang trên đường theo Mỹ. khi đảng Cộng sản đưa đất nước và dân tộc đi trên vòng lửa rồi bây giờ quay ngược lại điểm xưa là theo Mỹ. Trước khi, chuyển mình đới hướng đi từ chế độ độc tài đảng trị, Cộng sản Việtnam sẽ gạn lọc các điểm tốt chủ nghĩa tư bản như về các đặc điểm như luật pháp, giáo dục “bao gồm khoa học, kỹ thuật và du học sinh của Việtnam kinh tế” cả đặc điểm quan hệ quốc tế. Cụ thể, từ thập niên 80 mươi cho đến bây giờ lưu lượng du học sinh của Việtnam luôn luôn theo lũy thừa không những du học sinh của Việtnam đến Mỹ, Ðức, Anh, Pháp, Nga, Trung quốc và nói chung là du học sinh của Việtnam là đến nhiều quốc gia trên toàn thế giới. Không những Việtnam là quốc gia sống Trung lập tự do thân tây phương nhưng có cả Lào, và Kampuchea cũng là những quốc gia Trung lập tự do thân tây phương ở Ðông Nam Á được sự của Liên Hợp Quốc và các cường quốc trên toàn thế giới như Nga, Tàu, Pháp và Mỹ đã âm thầm đồng ý với nhau. Thứ nhất, Việtnam là cửa ngõ ra vào rất quan trọng của thế giới không những về hàng hải và cả về mặt quân sự của Ðông Nam Á. Các cường quốc không muốn bất cứ cường quốc nào chiếm Việtnam để điều khiển Ðông Nam Á. Gỉa thuyết thứ nhất các cường quốc không muàn Tàu Cộng khống chế Việtnam dùng để làm bàn đạp xuống không những để kiểm soát đường hàng hải quốc tế đến Úc Châu, Canada Và đến Mỹ. Ngược lại, không những Tàu Cộng cũng không thích thú Việtnam thuộc về khối tư bản và các nước Ðông Nam Á và quốc tế cũng thế thôi. Vi sao? Nếu Việtnam nghiêng về khối tư bản thì 60 mươi triệu thành viên Pháp Luân Công đối với chính phủ Tàu Cộng sẽ tìm đường tỵ nạn sang Việtnam theo tinh thần hiến chương LIÊN HỢP QUỐC. 60 mươi triệu thành viên Pháp Luân Công đối lập với chính phủ Tàu Cộng không những gây bất ổn cho nền kinh tế ổn định của Tàu Cộng , cho các quốc gia trong khu vực Ðông Nam Á và ảnh hưởng kinh tế quốc tế và tạo một gánh nặng nề cho LIÊN HỢP QUỐC sẽ tái phối trí những thành viên Pháp Luân Công đến định cư tại đệ tam quốc gia Ðông Nam Á nhu: Thái Lan, Singapore, Mã lai, Indonesia, Philippine sẽ gây thêm một gánh nặng nề cho các quốc gia nầy. Gỉa thuyết thứ hai, Nếu, trường hợp các quốc gia trong khu vực Ðông Nam Á không hết những thành viên và gia đình Pháp Luân Công nhan, thì chúng nó được quyền lưu trú tại Việtnam tối thiểu 2 đến 3 năm, cứ mỗi gia đình Pháp Luân Công sẽ sinh đẻ tối thiểu 2 đến 3 con, thì số dân Tàu Pháp Luân Công sẽ bao nhiêu ở Việtnam? Nếu những thành viên Pháp Luân Công, thành lập binh đoàn về đánh phá Trung quốc thì sao? Như vậy Tàu Cộng không đánh phá Việtnam nhưng Việtnam sẽ bị đồng hoá rất dễ dàng. Trong trường hợp quốc tế không những đầu tư vào Trung quốc và Việtnam quá nhiều, cho nên họ không muốn Việtnam là đất nước xáo trộn về chính trị mục đích để bảo vệ nguồn vốn đã đầu tư vào Việtnam. Thực tế, Mỹ đã thẳng tay bẻ gãy các tổ chức Phục Quốc của Việtnam, Miên và Lào, giống như người nông dân bẻ chân ếch chân nhái nghe réo rắt. Be continued

Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville by train

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

The railway line from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville was reopened for passenger services in 2016 after 14 years of being out of action. I’ve been to Phnom Penh numerous times and I have always admired the old train station, hoping that one day that train services would resume. If you want to ride the only […]

Gwangjang Market: South Korea’s Oldest Market is Filled with Incredible Food

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

I’ll admit, I’m a little confused about Korea’s market scene. Gwangjang Market (광장시장) is located in what I believe is the oldest market building in Korea. It opened in 1905, when it was called Dongdaemun Market, which was the name of an older market that was destroyed in the Korean War and rebuilt in 1959. [...]

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Phản hồi cho Khối tài sản “khổng lồ” của Bí thư Thành ủy TP Thanh Hóa Nguyễn Xuân Phi (kỳ I) bởi Sông Tranh Lê

by Sông Tranh Lê @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

Dân nhà choa lắm chuyện động trời quá ta! Nếu mình là TBT, chắc phải xem lại Ban Thường vụ tỉnh uỷ Thanh Hóa. Cướp của dân, của Nước mới giàu thê, ại còn đụ lung tung mà vẫn là Cán bộcủa Đảng!!

Environmental Issues in Patagonia

by Wayne Bernhardson @ Moon Travel Guides

Like other countries, Argentina and Chile suffer from environmental degradation, though not all indicators are negative. Here are a few of the concerns regarding environmental issues in Patagonia.

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Discover: Cranbrook

by @ Wikitravel

If you visit Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada and crave a dinner of alligator meat, you can get it at K's Amazon Eatery -- even though the Amazon and its gators are thousands of miles away.

East West Brewing Co: The Craft Brewery Taking On Big Beer

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

Five years ago, there were only 2,000 craft breweries up and running in the US. But by the second quarter of 2017, America proved just how hopped up it had become as it surpassed the 5,500 craft brewery mark nationwide. The threat to the “big beer” industry had become a reality. Now, as bigtime, multinational […]

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Phản hồi cho MẸ CON NHÀ GẤU BẮC CỰC bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

Ngày xưa anh leo núi Anh hay đón em đi Để em xem thằng tèo Nhìn nó rất đẹp trai...o0oNgày nay anh tắm suối Anh đưa đón em đi Cho em ngắm thằng tèoNhìn thấy nó buồn teo 

Phản hồi cho Lạ chưa ? bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

The way seeks to the constitutional laws Which is difficult to find out When the American law It looks like the confused straw But no attorneys helps him He self lights up Let him seek the American justice Federal Tort Claims Act This memorandum is intended to familiarize you generally with the Federal Tort Claims Act (“FTCA”) and the protections it provides Members, Officers and employees of the House. This memorandum is not intended, however, to answer all questions or issues that may arise. Therefore, we encourage you to call the Office of General Counsel at 202-225-9700 (“OGC”) immediately if you or a member of your staff has additional questions on this topic. Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties. The United States is liable to the same extent an individual would be in like circumstances. The statute substitutes the United States as the defendant in such a suit and the United States—not the individual employee—bears any resulting liability. A. Making a Claim Under the FTCA Individuals who are injured or whose property is damaged by the wrongful or negligent act of a federal employee acting in the scope of his or her official duties may file a claim with the government for reimbursement for that injury or damage. In order to state a valid claim, the claimant must demonstrate that (1) he was injured or his property was damaged by a federal government employee; (2) the employee was acting within the scope of his official duties; (3) the employee was acting negligently or wrongfully; and (4) the negligent or wrongful act proximately caused the injury or damage of which he complains. The claimant must also provide documentation establishing that his claim satisfies all the elements of the FTCA. A person wishing to make a claim for reimbursement under the FTCA for damage or injury caused by a House employee must first file an administrative claim with the House. The OGC will provide a potential claimant with a claim form and inform him as to the required documentation. Please have your staff notify the OGC immediately if an event occurs which you believe may give rise to an FTCA claim. B. The FTCA in Lieu of a Certificate of Insurance You may be asked to provide a certificate of insurance for the purpose of entering into a district office lease or for securing space in which to conduct a town hall meeting or other official event. The House does not carry a private insurance policy and generally does not permit Members to use the MRA to pay for a private insurance policy for these types of meetings or events. The OGC can provide a letter explaining the protections of the FTCA, and asking that the letter be accepted in lieu of a certificate of insurance. Please call the OGC at 202-225-9700 to request a Tort Insurance letter.

3 days to fall in love with Victoria Falls and its surroundings

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

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French photographer promote Vietnamese culture and people

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

Caption: Some of the 37 art photos promoting Vietnamese people and culture by renowned French photographer Réhahn are displayed in HCM City’s District 3 from Jan 6 to Feb 6. — VNS Photo Viet Nam NewsHCM CITY — An exhibition displaying 37 art photos promoting the values and diversity of Vietnamese people and culture by […]

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Christina's Saigon

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

How To Be a Better Traveller – 18 Ways to Travel Responsibly in 2018

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

How to be a better traveller is something I constantly ponder, particularly after a year in travel that saw a rise in anti-tourism sentiment across Europe, the emergence of beg-packing in Asia, and an explosion of naked tourism and public pooping. No wonder locals have...

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Vì sao trong khi cha mẹ Việt luôn hào hứng khoe con tài giỏi thì người Do Thái lại giấu con dù đó là thiên tài?

Vì sao trong khi cha mẹ Việt luôn hào hứng khoe con tài giỏi thì người Do Thái lại giấu con dù đó là thiên tài?

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Từ nhỏ người Do Thái đã dạy con rèn luyện tính độc lập, tự suy nghĩ, không ngừng học hỏi, để chuẩn bị cho sự phát triển tương lai sau này. Chuyện giấu con thần đồng của một gia đình Do…

An updated map of the future Saigon Metro

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[HCMC Metro Map (download full resolution image here.] Out of all the megacities of Southeast Asia, Saigon is the only city without any form of metro transport. Even the traffic-dystopias of Jakarta and Manila have a few rail lines between them. This will change when the first metro line in Saigon opens sometime after 2020 […]

Trịnh Xuân Thanh tiếp tục ra tòa trong vụ “bán rẻ” dự án, tham ô hàng chục tỷ đồng

Trịnh Xuân Thanh tiếp tục ra tòa trong vụ “bán rẻ” dự án, tham ô hàng chục tỷ đồng

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Mỗi m2 đất dự án Nam Đàn Plaza được xác định khoảng 52 triệu đồng/m2, tuy nhiên Trịnh Xuân Thanh và thuộc cấp bán với giá chỉ 34 triệu đồng/m2 và chiếm đoạt hàng chục tỷ đồng. Vụ đàm phán…

Turkey Avocado Club Sandwich with Sriracha Mayo – How to Use Xmas Leftovers

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

This turkey avocado club sandwich with Sriracha mayonnaise is a twist on the classic Club Sandwich. Over the festive season it’s an excellent way to use those Christmas turkey leftovers you have in the fridge but the rest of the year you can use chicken....

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Silverland Sakyo Hotel and Spa

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

Follow the Silk Road – 10 days in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Traveling in a foreign country is a daunting concept. Exploring cities or provinces you don’t know and trying to find out what can you do in a short time frame. You can take on this challenge made for time-hungry travelers who try to squeeze in as many experiences as possible in a 10-day itinerary. Our...

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Get Off the Beaten Track in Hue, Vietnam

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

Located on the bank of Perfume River, this city is the capital of Thua Thien Hue province, 700 kilometers to the south of Hanoi. Although you can visit Hue at any time of the year, the most charming season is surely from March to August, especially March through April when the temperature is at its […]

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The Carolina Shag Dance

by Jim Morekis @ Moon Travel Guides

In South Carolina, the shag is neither a type of rug nor what Austin Powers does in his spare time. It’s a dance—a smooth, laid-back, happy dance done to that equally smooth, laid-back, happy kind of rhythm and blues called beach music.

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Wrap Up: October 2017

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

I know I say this every single month, but whoa, where did the time go? I’m not sure how we’re already into the second week of November, but here we are. With that said, one of my goals before the end of this year is to get into a better habit of mindfulness. I want […]

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Costa Rica: The centenarian cowboy

by Ash Bhardwaj @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Beyond the rugged coastline of Costa Rica's isolated Nicoya Peninsula are the cattle-ranching communities that live there — where the sabaneros' lifestyle means they have some of the longest lifespans on earth

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How to Drive a Motorbike in Vietnam

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

To the untrained eye, Vietnam’s traffic is absolute chaos. Nobody obeys any laws, the roads are overcrowded, and Vietnamese drivers often seem completely oblivious to everything around them. And yet, there’s a beauty to the madness. It flows naturally, like blood pulsing through a body with paved veins. This guide will help you to make […]

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White Peach Bellini Recipe and Christmas Tips from Chef Peter Gilmore

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

This White Peach Bellini recipe is courtesy of one of Australia’s best chefs, Peter Gilmore, who helms the kitchens of Quay and Bennelong in Sydney, arguably two of the city’s and Australia’s finest restaurants. Here he shares his recipe for his go-to Christmas Day drink...

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Discover: Lubbock

by @ Wikitravel

Among the objects on display at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock, Texas, memorializing the city's favorite son, is a giant-size replica of the rocker's trademark glasses.

Lost in Chiang Mai: A Personal View of How the City Has Changed in 5 Years

by Nikki Scott @ South East Asia Backpacker

Have you ever revisited a place only to find it completely transformed? This is how I felt recently upon revisiting Chiang Mai after being away from the city for five years. Chiang Mai had been the home for the SEA Backpacker Office and was personally my home for the best part of three years. During […]

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An Insider’s Look at Sled Dog Racing in Alaska

by Lisa Maloney @ Moon Travel Guides

Alaska really heats up in February and March, as some of the biggest sled dog races in the world kick off: the 1,000-mile Iditarod and Yukon Quest, and the fast-and-furious sprints of the Fur Rendezvous Open World Championship.

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The Rex Hotel

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

A taste of Mumbai

by Chetna Makan @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Take a street food tour of India’s most lively city with former Bake Off finalist and rising star food author, Chetna Makan

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Tours - Saigon Food Tours

Tours - Saigon Food Tours


Saigon Food Tours

Saigon Street Eats has four scheduled tours, the Pho Trail, the Calligraphy & Coffee Trail, the Seafood Trail evening tour and Street Food 101 evening tour.

Discover: Saudi Arabia

by @ Wikitravel

Don't look for nightlife in Saudi Arabia: alcohol, dancing, movies and mingling with the opposite sex are all prohibited.

Jamaican Roots & Culture: 10-Day Itinerary

by Oliver Hill @ Moon Travel Guides

Delve into the pulsating cultural milieu that shapes and defines Jamaican society. The roots of Jamaican popular music will become vivid with this tour, designed to immerse visitors in the island’s singular musical gold mine.

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Walrus on a Motorbike

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

Hundreds of eggs in Saigon rush hour. What could possibly go wrong?

Siem Reap Hospitality Training Restaurants – Meals that Make a Difference

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

These Siem Reap hospitality training restaurants serve up some of the most tantalising meals in the city – and they’re meals that make a difference. The money you spend contributes to training young Cambodians, helping to lift locals out of poverty. Located in Cambodia’s northern...

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9 Years of Legal Nomads

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Annual review to mark the 9th anniversary of leaving the law. Personal growth, health, and business projects for Legal Nomads.

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Seven Natural Beauty Brands From Vietnam

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietcetera

Vietnam’s cosmetic retail market rakes in US $1.78 billion per year and is expected to hit US $2.35 billion by the end of 2018. That’s one of the fastest compound annual growth rates on the planet. Currently, 90% of Vietnam’s cosmetic market share is dominated by multinationals including companies from South Korea, Europe, Japan, Thailand, […]

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GROWING UP SUCKS, & where have I been in 2017?

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

If you are reading this, trust me - growing up sucks! But we all have to go through it anyways. Things will go out of your control, you will have people judge you, and you will fall in love with things you can't have. You would want to turn back time, change it, make it work or simply shut it all out and pray for it to get over. You will want to elope, and that will pass too. I hope it will pass for me too.

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Saigon to Hanoi private Vietnam tour - Asia Locals | Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia - Myanmar - Thailand - Singapore - Malaysia - Indonesia and India

Saigon to Hanoi private Vietnam tour - Asia Locals | Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia - Myanmar - Thailand - Singapore - Malaysia - Indonesia and India


Asia Locals | Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia - Myanmar - Thailand - Singapore - Malaysia - Indonesia and India

Daily Travel and Tours, Cruises, Private Transfer in Asia City of Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia - Myanmar - Thailand - Singapore - Malaysia - Indonesia and India

100 cuốn sách hay nhất thế giới mà đàn ông “phải” đọc trước khi chết

100 cuốn sách hay nhất thế giới mà đàn ông “phải” đọc trước khi chết

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Đọc sách không chỉ để giải trí mà còn giúp bạn mở rộng tư duy, tâm hồn, xây dựng những luồng suy nghĩ tích cực mới, đắm chìm trong thế giới tri thức khổng lồ và chắc chắn, chúng còn…

3 days of winter in Hallstatt, Austria

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Ask anyone who’s been to Hallstatt in the winter if they could name another place with more beauty that’s both intimate and wild, and we’re confident they’ll tell you no. Though considered as a small city, Hallstatt is incredibly diverse. Although most visitors only get an overnight stay up to 2 full days in the city,...

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10 Days in Vietnam via Ho Chi Minh City

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

A Very Detailed Travel Itinerary Tours are for foo-ls. I tried my best to make that rhyme. While Vietnam may seem a little daunting at first, the country is not difficult to travel – especially if you have a great blog to aid you, with details on every leg of the trip, written by a [...]

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10 things to know about MALDIVES before you visit

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

We all know Maldives as one of the most sophisticated holiday destinations in the world - but only a few know that there is much more to these turquoise blue waters than its white sand beaches, islands and exotic resorts. Read more to discover the unknown about Maldives.

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Pontianak, West Kalimantan: The Capital of Indonesian Borneo

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Located in West Kalimantan as the Capital of Indonesian Borneo, Pontianak grew its reputation as a major port trading in rubber production, ship-building, palm oil, tobacco, pepper, sugar and rice. The location is thriving with markets on its south side, which is the optimum position for the transaction of goods via the constantly moving boats along the […]

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10 things to know about NEW ZEALAND before you visit

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

We are NOT Australia. New Zealand is NOT an island off the coast of Australia. In fact, we are an island nation in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Unlike Australia, New Zealand is not stinking hot, and we don’t have any animals that can kill you, which is a bonus! New Zealand is 100% independent from Australia, and like any country we have our own customs, culture and history.

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3-day winter adventure in Harbin, China

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Known for its breathtaking mountain views, world-class ski resorts and snow festival, Harbin boasts several attractions to enable visitors experience a one of a kind winter holiday. With all the other wonderful seasons to travel to China, why visit in the winter? Surely, Harbin will give you enough reasons to visit. It’s a long way...

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Exploring the hidden laneway culture of MELBOURNE

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

Melbourne is designed to be a grid, at least towards the center of the city. For the whole Central Business District (CBD),the blocks are similarly-sized and placed methodically, so as to line up with one another, which makes navigating them on foot very easy and straightforward. It also means that a lot of little laneways have popped up over the years, leading to many small and interesting nooks and crannies to form within these city blocks.

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Discover: Japan

by @ Wikitravel

Good things come in threes — and in Japan, the list includes views, castles, gardens, mountains, hot springs and giant Buddha statues.

10 Most Popular Recipes of 2017 – from Winter Comfort Food to Asian Specialities

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

Our 10 Most Popular Recipes of 2017 on Grantourismo are an interesting mix of winter comfort food and Southeast Asian specialities – from a hearty Rabo de Toro and aromatic Cote de Boeuf to a refined Five-Spice Crispy Pork Belly and rich Cambodian Fish Amok. As 2017...

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Hoa Vien Brauhaus

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

What To Expect From Trek Sapa Tour Within 2 Days?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

As an old French Hill station in the past, Sapa is now a beautiful and peaceful town in Lao Cai Province, Northwest Vietnam. Close to the Chinese border, the town has its name reputable for its unique weather, breathtaking natural beauty, and the wide variety of hill-tribes locals (Red Dao, Tay, Hmong, Xa Pho, and […]

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Phản hồi cho Liên hệ bởi mamba3

by mamba3 @ phản hồi cho CÔNG TY DU LỊCH TOP TEN TRAVEL

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Can Tho to hold Southern traditional cake festival 2017

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

A southern traditional cake festival will take place in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho from April 6 to 9. Themed “Love and Peace in the Southern Land”, Southern ...

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Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

Ba Chua Xu or Chua Xu Thanh Mau (Holy Mother of the Realm) is a prosperity goddess of southern Vietnam’s Thanism. She is a tutelary of business, health, and a ...

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Discover: Bohinj

by @ Wikitravel

Medieval frescoes in the Church of St. John the Baptist in Bohinj, Slovenia often show figures with large swellings of the neck (goiters), caused by lack of iodine in the local diet.

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City


Little Vietnam Tours

Discover where to go and what to see in Ho Chi Minh City (former Saigon). The best places to visit in Ho Chi Minh City. Must-see locations, hidden gems. Get ideas on how to spend your time in Vietnam. Honest accounts of what to expect and what not to

Explore the centuries-old seaside villages of Cinque Terre, Italy in 3 days

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Italy is a big, beautiful and diverse country. Situated on the Italian Riviera coastline is Cinque Terre, known for its charming towns and villages that look like from the pages of a fairy tale book. Cinque Terre’s scenery is awe-inspiring that once you set foot in its lands, you will feel you have traveled to...

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Discover: Takaoka

by @ Wikitravel

On your way from Takaoka to the Vladivostok ferry? Take a look out the window: the name of the Himi train line means Ice-Watching.

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide - Southeast Asia Backpacker Magazine

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide - Southeast Asia Backpacker Magazine


South East Asia Backpacker

Known by locals by its former name, Saigon, the largest city in Vietnam became Ho Chi Minh City in 1976 following the country's victory over the French...

A Foodie’s Guide to Hue, Vietnam

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Come to Hue and Eat like a Local Hue City is the old capital of Vietnam. Despite its location – next to Da Nang – the new economic center, Hue is calm and peaceful in a unique way. If you want to have a truly relaxing travel experience, Hue is definitely the city you must […]

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10 things to know about NASHVILLE before you visit

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

Nashville, or Music City USA, is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the nation and is a haven for people of all nationalities and lifestyles. Oftentimes shadowed by larger cities in the US, Nashville is home to a warm and distinct culture that is unlike that of any other city in the world. The southern hospitality, history, and music business is the thread of the fabric that makes up this city, and Nashvillians are extremely proud and supportive of their home. It is a hidden gem in the United States that has just recently started to truly sparkle and receive the national attention that it has deserved for so long.

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Best way to spend 3 days in Durban, South Africa

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Long overlooked for Cape Town and Johannesburg, Durban, South Africa’s best-kept secret, is slowly emerging as a promising destination for travelers. Known for its beaches and Afro-Indian culture, Durban offers plenty of beautiful attractions. Three days is just enough time to experience the diversity this city has to offer, but you can absolutely make any...

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Crazy Jump Macau Tower: Bungy jumpers in costume at the highest commercial skyjump in the world

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

Sometimes the word crazy is overused, but in the case of the Macau Tower Crazy Jump the use of crazy is warranted. The Macau Tower is 338 metres high and was completed in 2001. Bungee jumping from the tower began in 2006. The jump is 233 metres, making it the highest commercial skyjump in the […]

3 days in Vienna, Austria

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

The city of Vienna is known as the “City of Music” and the “City of Dreams”. Being a big city, it has so many sights and attractions that will surely feed your sense of wanderlust. The problem is you only have three days. Of course, spending three days in some of the famous destinations of...

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Cambodian Num Pang Recipe — How to Make Num Pang Barang

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Our Cambodian num pang recipe is a recipe for what I have called num pang barang – ‘barang’ means ‘foreigner’ in Khmer. Cambodia’s banh mi is similar to Vietnamese banh mi — a Vietnamese sandwich or technically a baguette packed with pork, pate and salad....

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Treat Yourself to The Best Pizza in Oaxaca At La Matatena Pizzeria

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A profile of a new restaurant serving the best pizza in Oaxaca, with both gluten free and vegan pizzas in addition to regular thin crust, crunchy pies.

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Da Nang International Fireworks Festival 2017

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

Da Nang International Fireworks Festival 2017 with the theme “Tỏa Sáng Ngũ Hành Sơn” (Shining Marble Mountains) will take place for two months, from 29 April to 24 June 2017 ...

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Magic: Are You Really Looking

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

An eight-year-old sees things most of us can't in this excerpt from Barclay Henderson's new book, "A Bungalow of Surprises."

1% những người giàu nhất tạo ra 82% của cải trên thế giới năm 2017

1% những người giàu nhất tạo ra 82% của cải trên thế giới năm 2017

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Người dân đi trên một ván gỗ để vượt qua một con sông nhỏ chứa đầy rác ở Manila ngày 17/1/2018 (Ảnh: AFP) Liên minh Oxfam ngày 22/1 cho biết 1% dân số giàu nhất thế giới đã chiếm tới…

Saigon's xe om: motorcycle taxi drivers that made me smile

Saigon's xe om: motorcycle taxi drivers that made me smile


Legal Nomads

Stories from the lively xe om, motorbike taxi rides, that got me around Saigon, through the chaos of traffic and with many great laughs of their own.

Mynn’s Top 10 Essential Travel Gadgets

Mynn’s Top 10 Essential Travel Gadgets

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

Here's a list of all my favorite gadgets that follow me on all my travels! For work or for play -- they are my trusty companions!

Family travel: Lower Mill Estate, Cotswolds

by Pat Riddell @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

An eco-friendly, lakeside stay in the heart of England offers tranquil, peaceful wilderness

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Ho Chi Minh City Homeschool Class Project

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

We are looking for a qualified teacher to teach a homeschool class of lower primary-aged kids in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, from January to June next year (2018)..

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Saigon Central Post Office

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

Say What? Xe Om!! Motorbike Taxis in Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

Say What? Xe Om!! Motorbike Taxis in Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Highlights


Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

Taking a Xe Om (Motorbike taxi) when in Saigon is cheap, convenient, fast but just a little bit scary. Here's a few tips to make it safer and easier.

InterContinental Saigon

InterContinental Saigon


IHG

Stay at the InterContinental Saigon Hotel. Many of Ho Chi Minh City attractions are a short walk away and the Tan Son Nhat International Airport is near by.

Best new banks for travellers, expats, and nomads

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

A guide to new world of banking and finance – direct banks, international transfers, mobile wallets, crypto exchanges, and other online investing platforms I often grumble about the high fees associated with international banking when travelling abroad (especially with Australian banks), so I’ve been looking around at banking alternatives. Changing bank accounts is not something […]

The 7th Da Lat Flower Festival 2017

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

The Central Highlands Province of Lam Dong of People’s Committee has planned for the 7th Da Lat Flower Festival 2017. As per the province’s plan, the festival will take place from ...

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What to See in Coyhaique, Chile

by Wayne Bernhardson @ Moon Travel Guides

Visitors have a variety of Coyhaique activities to choose from. Still the region’s only true city, Coyhaique has a complete array of services, including fine restaurants, pubs, and travel agencies. The virtual midpoint of the Carretera Austral, it also offers an alternative route into Argentina.

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Guide For New Visitors On Where To Go Myanmar

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Wonder where to go Myanmar for the most meaningful memories? The following is our 7-day travel itinerary on the top-ranked destinations in the country you can have a chance to visit all. Also called the Golden Land, Myanmar is a spectacular country which is still relatively untouched by tourism. Thanks to thousands of iconic sights […]

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Off the beaten track tours in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

Off the beaten track tours in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.


mrlinhhomestay

Mr Linh&rsquo;s Adventure is a professional, enthusiastic travel company, specialising in off-the-beaten-track and jungle adventure tours in remote areas Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

Pa Ku San, Mother Mountain in the clouds

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

VietNamNet Bridge – Pa Ku San Mountain in Lao Cai Province has primitive forests covered in moss, forests full of maple trees and their colourful leaves, cliffs that startle with their steepness and, at times, all this is covered in a sea of mist. Through the mist: We reached the climax of our feelings. — […]

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Travel news: Monte Carlo Las Vegas Update

by @ Wikitravel

As of today, Las Vegas' Monte Carlo Casino Hotel remains closed pending the investigation of last week's fire and the impending repair work. At this time, reservations at the Monte Carlo are being moved to other MGM Mirage hotels. In addition, the Lance Burton show will be suspended for the time being and all tickets that have already been purchased will be refunded.

Globejotting Travel Show Episode 2: Uluru in Australia. Invisible Monks in Laos.

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

Listen to Dave's new travel program on Expat Radio.

Family travel: E-biking in Tyrol

by Donald Strachan @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Untethering kids from their mobiles is always hard, but to do it for the sake of a cycling holiday in the rolling Tyrolean hills is a Herculean task

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3 days in Piran – Slovenia’s little known treasure

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Slovenia, a country in Central Europe, has long been famed for its rich cultural life and one of a kind landscapes – snow-capped peaks, lush rolling hills, magnificent lakes and castles. Though considered as a small country, Slovenia is incredibly diverse. Piran, the country’s lovely coastal settlement, is one of Slovenia’s hidden gems. Home to...

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Sihanoukville – The New Macau of Southeast Asia

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

“Guess how many casinos are in Sihanoukville”, my taxi driver asked as we drove from the train station. “20”, I said with confidence. I had read a news report about it recently and I felt certain with my answer, even though it seemed like a ridiculously high number. “55”, he said. I don’t know if […]

Everything We Ate in South Korea

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

This is (almost) all the food we ate during our 2 weeks in South Korea. The absolute number one thing we were looking forward to in South Korea was the food. It did not disappoint. We were introduced to new dishes we had never had before, and some old dishes that we had eaten bastardized [...]

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Saigon (HCMC) | Tonkin Travel

Saigon (HCMC) | Tonkin Travel


Tonkin Travel

In less than a decade, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, has transformed itself into Asia’s most dynamic boomtown—the epitome of the Wild, Wild East.  Discover it’s transformation with these tours: SAIGON (Full day) SAIGON (Half day) SAIGON EVENING STREET FOOD TOUR VESPA TOUR – THE INSIDER’S SAIGON ON MORNING VESPA TOUR – THE INSIDER’S SAIGON …

A Cozy Mendocino Getaway: The Brewery Gulch Inn

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

The best girls Mendocino getaway starts with a cozy accommodation on the coast When I asked one of my best friends if she was interested in doing a Mendocino getaway, she couldn’t say yes fast enough. When I told her we would have the chance to stay at a cozy accommodation with an ocean view […]

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Ho Chi Minh Museum

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

Where and why to go: during Fall 2017?

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

Think fall, and you think of the rustic colors and fallen leaves at various destinations that are known for this transitional season. But if you look around the map - fall is a tempting time to travel to different places that might not give you the colors but are known as famous fall destinations for other popular reasons. Here’s our look at 10 such places...

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Conquering Mount Fansipan the Right Way (Tallest Mountain in Vietnam)

by Anna Suszynski @ The Christina's Blog

Mount Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula, located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. It was once only visited by adventure seekers fit enough to make the strenuous hike, but now this mountain offers a few different experiences for all types of travelers. Regardless of the new tram that brings […]

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Southeast Asia current and proposed railways [2017]

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

Current and proposed railways of Southeast Asia – every line mapped In 2016 I compiled every current and proposed railway in Southeast Asia and created the Future Southeast Asia Railway Map, which depicted all current and proposed railways as a subway map. [Future Southeast Asia Railway Map – 2016 version (Click for larger image).] I’ve […]

Copper Cow Coffee: Vietnamese Pour-Over Goes Global

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

Like her Copper Cow Coffee, Debbie Wei Mullan is a mix of Asian and American. She was raised in San Francisco by her Chinese-Vietnamese mother and American father, and although they assimilated into American culture, growing up, her mom’s kitchen was filled with the pungent aromas and intense flavors of Vietnamese and Chinese home-cooking. That […]

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Travelling the World as an Introvert: How I Coped

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

What difficulties might one face when travelling the world as an introvert? One traveller describes her personal experiences on a world trip and how at first, she ignored her needs and tried to be someone that she's not. Introversion is something that affects many people and in spite of the obvious challenges, this article proves that it is possible to fully enjoy travel as an introvert, you just need to listen to yourself...

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2017, A Year to Myself

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

I never expected 2017 to be a year to myself, but then again, I guess you never really know what life will bring you with each new year. I should know better by now. Even though I didn’t expect it to be a year to myself, I can say with full clarity now that I’m […]

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Do-It-Yourself Walking Tour of Dalat, Vietnam – A Perfect Day in Dalat

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Signup for my weekly newsletter The first time I took Chopper Suey (my Chinese-made American cruiser bike) on a road trip, was to the sexy hills of Dalat. As we pulled into town, surrounded by pines and fresh cool air, I knew I was going to love the place. Formerly a retreat town for the [...]

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10 Tips For Budding Travel Photographers

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

In response to requests throughout my trip for picture-taking and gear tips, I’ve compiled a list of insights that have helped me improve my photography related experiences throughout the past two months.

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Okayama, Japan: 3 Days in Autumn

Okayama, Japan: 3 Days in Autumn

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

A 3-day itinerary in Okayama -- and I spent it in the midst of gorgeous gardens, stunning castles, shrines and temples; and the most awesome food... AND surrounded by the colors of autumn.

The Best Homestays in Sapa (For An Authentic & Personal Experience)

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

H’mong, Dao, and Giay people speaking English more fluently than Vietnamese, tremendous natural vistas right outside your balcony, an early morning chill with clouds hovering over the mountains, this and more is what you should expect from Sapa! Located on the northern border of Vietnam, Sapa is the only region of the country that has […]

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Ca Tru Ha Noi Festival 2017

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

Ca tru Ha Noi Festival 2017 took place on 22 February at Van Phuc Village Cultural Centre in Ha Dong Dstrict. The event was held by Ha Noi City’s Department ...

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Eating it Raw in the Largest Fish Market in South Korea – Jagalchi Market

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Busan’s Jagalchi Market (자갈치시장), the largest fish market in South Korea, has taken up two very different places in my memory. The first one is a very positive place, where the memories of incredible lunches, lively atmospheres, excitement and intrigue all sit. The second place is dark. It’s usually avoided at all costs. This memory [...]

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Your Best Day Trip Options from Ho Chi Minh City - The Christina's Blog

Your Best Day Trip Options from Ho Chi Minh City - The Christina's Blog


The Christina's Blog

What will you do if you have an extra few days left in Ho Chi Minh? Here are our top day trip options from Ho Chi Minh City you should consider!

Discover: Bergen

by @ Wikitravel

The Norwegian city of Bergen is famously rainy, but the locals say there's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.

Mynn’s Top 10 Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Mynn’s Top 10 Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


She Walks the World

During my visit to Ho Chi Minh City; I crawled through tunnels, floated along a river, got lost in history, whizzed through the crazy traffic and ate, and ate, and ate. Here's a list of things not to miss when you visit the city!

Homestay tourism in Sa Pa attracts holidaymakers

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

Among the crowds of visitors in Sa Pa district in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai in the early days of 2018, many chose to stay at the homes of local ethnic minority people to experience the unique culture first-hand.   Terrace fields in Sa Pa Homestay services in Ta Van, Lao Chai and […]

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Where I’m At: November, 2017 – Chiang Mai edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Chiang Mai! I’ve been here for nearly two weeks on a visa run from Vietnam. In that time I’ve completed a new map of current and proposed railways of Southeast Asia. [Click here for […]

Pick Your Parade: How to Do Mardi Gras in New Orleans

by Margaret Littman @ Moon Travel Guides

Mardi Gras is New Orleans at its peak: colorful, over-the-top, and full of vibrant history and tradition. The festivities range from colorful street masks and costumes to balls: masquerade parties that occur at the end of a parade where the Mardi Gras royalty present themselves and party with their friends and the paying public.

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Phản hồi cho Giới thiệu bởi mamba3

by mamba3 @ phản hồi cho CÔNG TY DU LỊCH TOP TEN TRAVEL

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3 days in the Baroque city of Salzburg, Austria

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Salzburg, a small city in Austria, has long been famed for Mozart, The Sound of Music, and its one of a kind landscapes – snow-capped peaks, lush rolling hills, formidable clifftop fortress, and Baroque-style structures. Though considered as a small city, Salzburg is incredibly diverse. If you’re a first-time visitor, with only 3 days, planning...

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Blockchain Technology In Vietnam: Becoming A Global Leader?

by Hao Tran @ Vietcetera

Vietnam is still widely regarded as an agricultural country but its economy is in transition. It’s currently one of the fastest growing countries in Asia and its rapidly diversifying economy has surpassed Thailand’s and Malaysia’s. Foreign capital investment hit US $24.4 billion in 2016. And factory production is shifting from traditional export goods to consumer […]

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Capturing working life in Kefalonia

by Nick Warner @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

The photographer for our Kefalonia In Pictures feature, explains how he tackled language barriers to capture life on a goat farm

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Đức ‘tiếc’ điều gì trong vụ xử ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh?

Đức ‘tiếc’ điều gì trong vụ xử ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh?

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh bị dẫn giải ra khỏi tòa hôm 22/1. Bộ Ngoại giao Đức mới lên tiếng về những “điều đáng tiếc” trong vụ xử ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh, dù cho biết “còn quá sớm để có đánh…

City Hall

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Classic Champagne Cocktail Recipe with a Tropical (Dragon) Fruit Twist

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

This classic Champagne cocktail recipe with a tropical fruit twist is a recipe for fun. Serve this exuberant champagne cocktail at the beginning of a meal or social gathering over the holiday season and I guarantee you’ll kick-start the revelry. Champagne is a drink for...

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100 Hours of Humo(u)r – Hour 15: Podcast: Who Won Flash Humor Writing Contest #1?

100 Hours of Humo(u)r – Hour 15: Podcast: Who Won Flash Humor Writing Contest #1?

by @ Globejotting Travel Podcast with Dave Fox

Skyping from Mexico, Warren and Betsy Talbot announce the winner.

An Authentic Cuban Mojito Recipe from Old Havana – With a Cambodian Twist

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

This authentic Cuban mojito recipe is based on the mojitos we sipped in Old Havana on our first trip to Cuba in the mid-Nineties. It’s a refreshing drink that is a perfect sip for a sultry day in the tropics. As we live in Siem...

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Thrillable Hours: Karen Walrond, Speaker, Photographer & Bestselling Author

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

New Thrillable Hours Q&A about life after law with Karen Walrond, a former lawyer. Now, Karen is a public speaker, photographer, and bestselling author.

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Discover: Seoul

by @ Wikitravel

Fans of spicy fermented cabbage from all over Korea flock to the Kimchi Museum in Seoul.

Travel Destinations for 2018: Where I’m Going

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

Where I might be living, visiting, and going back to – these are my potential travel destinations for 2018! It’s my favorite time of the year! And no, I’m not talking about the holidays, although to be sure November and December can be some of my favorite months, especially when I’m surrounded by loved ones. […]

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Kyoto, Japan: My Maiko/Geisha Apprentice Makeover

Kyoto, Japan: My Maiko/Geisha Apprentice Makeover

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

Here's how I became a Maiko, or apprentice Geiko for a couple of hours -- layers of kimono, white face, red lips, high hair and all!

Mynn’s Top 10 2017 Travel Moments

Mynn’s Top 10 2017 Travel Moments

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

The blog is 3 years old! Thank you for walking with me for yet another year. Here are my travel reflections for 2017 and my countdown of my favorite moments!

Back To Black With Phuc Van Dang

by Vietcetera @ Vietcetera

[Article] Read the full story of Phuc Van Dang here

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Mynn’s Top 10 Reasons to Visit Okayama, Japan

Mynn’s Top 10 Reasons to Visit Okayama, Japan

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

Visit Okayama. Be blown away. From majestic castles and shrines to tales of its local demon-slaying hero. Here's a list why you must make that visit.

World School Morocco: Living The Berber Life

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

A chunk of Moroccan flat bread lands on the table in front of me. Another chunk thunks down in front of each of my kids. Fayza, Mohamed’s wife, is.

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Phản hồi cho Lưỡi không xương… bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

The cornerstone of the constitution is sublime justice if the justice does not perform, it is nothing.

Thrillable Hours: Matt Levine, Financial Journalist

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

The next in my alternative careers for lawyers series: interview with financial journalist Matt Levine, now writing for Bloomberg View.

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Getting Around in Ho Chi Minh City - Saigon Public Transportation

Getting Around in Ho Chi Minh City - Saigon Public Transportation


vietnam-guide.com

Despite its notorious traffic, getting around in Ho Chi Minh City is a fairly easy task once you’ve done a bit of research before making your way to this lively city. Ho Chi Minh City is made up of 24 districts, with District 1 to 5 hosting the

District Eight’s Marcus Loke’s Life In Furniture Production

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

Marcus Loke is the production manager at District Eight. Like many of us, he found his vocation by chance. Disappointed by his high school exams, Marcus set off on his bike to the industrial zone near the edge of his hometown in the north of Malaysia to look for work. That journey led to a […]

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Recipe of the Month: Gluten Free Banana Bread with Chocolate from Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A simple, easy recipe for gluten-free banana bread that is both moist and healthy! No butter -- just coconut oil and yoghurt, along with Oaxacan chocolate.

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Top cities in Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City | Yes, your trip

Top cities in Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City | Yes, your trip


Yes, your trip

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly named and still also referred to as Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam. The city lies along the Saigon River

Comment trouver une moto taxi et le tarif de moto taxi au Vietnam?

Comment trouver une moto taxi et le tarif de moto taxi au Vietnam?


Voyage Vietnam

Dans les autres articles, jnous vous conseillong vivement de ne pas conduire vous même en mobylette au Vietnam. Surtout si vous n'avez pas de permis de conduire, pas l'habitude avec la circulation vietnamienne et tout simplement le courage de vous expérimenter à cette forme de déplacement. Comment trouver une moto taxi et le tarif de moto taxi au Vietnam?, moto taxi vietnam, tarif de moto taxi au Vietnam, combien ca coute moto taxi au Vietnam

Nhà phố giống như ốc đảo xanh ở Nha Trang

Nhà phố giống như ốc đảo xanh ở Nha Trang

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Nằm ngay giữa khu dân cư đông đúc, ngôi nhà của anh Vinh như một thế giới khác. Ngôi nhà của anh Vinh ở thành phố Nha Trang có diện tích đất rộng (117 m2) nhưng lại nằm trong khu…

Where to Travel in 2018: Horoscope Edition

by Clare Haugh @ Moon Travel Guides

Not sure where to travel in 2018? Find out what the stars have in store for you…

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The curved man

by Arnaud Foucard @ Vietnam Photo Adventures

On my way to a tiny market in Cholon I’ve been immediately attracted by the curves of the man

10 things to know about AUSTRALIA before you visit

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

Did you know? - Australia is big. Like, size of Europe big. And most Australians learn how to swim before they can walk. Gone are the days when you could have a cheap backpacking holiday in Oz. The price of essentially everything is going up in Australia - from food, to transport, accommodation and sadly everyday living expenses for all Aussies. - So here are ten tips for travel within Australia, which will hopefully help to provide some sort of insight into not only what to expect, but how to behave when traveling Down Under.

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North to South in VIETNAM - STREETTROTTER

North to South in VIETNAM - STREETTROTTER


STREETTROTTER

Vietnam is best traveled from either North to South or the other way, and if you buy an open-bus ticket , its quiet easy to explore the country.

Plan a 7-Day Cultural Tour of Belize

by Lebawit Lily Girma @ Moon Travel Guides

Belize is a cultural melting pot, where descendants of ancient civilizations and unique ethnic groups peacefully coexist. Immerse yourself through a cultural tour of Belize's food, music, museums, and activities with this 7-day itinerary.

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DIY Guide to Halong Bay: Dodge the Crowds & Get More Bang For Your Dong!

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

If you’re planning a trip to Vietnam, chances are that the UNESCO World Heritage site of Halong Bay is on your itinerary… and so it should be! Made up of around 2000 limestone islands, Halong Bay is just a stone’s throw away from Hanoi. A few clicks on your favourite search engine will suffice to understand […]

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Best Places to Visit in Asia in 2018

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

Nepal Nepal was once a rising star on the tourist scene, fast on its way to becoming one of the best tourist places in Asia. But that changed tragically when an earthquake devastated the country in April 2015, and lead many many tourists to erase it from their list of Asia destinations. But, two years […]

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Classic Negroni with Spices – Our Recipe for a Warming Christmas Negroni

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

A classic negroni with spices has become our new Christmas drink. You need a really good reason to mess with a classic negroni recipe and as far as we’re concerned there are few better reasons than Christmas. This is the first in a series of...

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Travel video of the week: Bordeaux

by National Geographic Traveller (UK) @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

There's more to Bordeaux than fine wines and grand architecture

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by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

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Socially Responsible Travel in Hanoi (Travel and Give Back to the Community)

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

The phrase “socially responsible travel” is a new trend followed by travelers all over the world, in the context that traveling and experiencing new cultures is popular nowadays. Hanoi, renown for the chaotic Old Quarter, many little temples, Dong Xuan Market that sells household goods and street food, already has so much to offer. However, […]

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Getting Around in Hue, Vietnam

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Hue is the famous Imperial city of Central Vietnam, the throne of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Old and tranquil, Hue is frozen in time, standing amongst the remnants of a once glorious Asian empire. Because of this, getting around Hue is intriguing with many options available, and sights to see. A major […]

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Exploring Off The Beaten Path Hong Kong: Pai Tau Village

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Visiting Po Fook Hill, the 10,000 Buddha Monastery, and the hills around Pai Tau Village Sha Tin is not only great for immature puns (I Sha Tin your shoe), it also has some worthwhile attractions. You can check out the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, or the the oldest walled village Tai Wai, there’s also the [...]

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Three days in Ho Chi Minh City

Three days in Ho Chi Minh City


Where Would You Go

With its innocent charm, sprawling metropolis, fascinating history and exquisite food, Ho Chi Minh City, still known as Saigon, is a perfect blend of the traditional and the modern. Saigon’s colonial past seen in its preserved towns and heritage buildings with breathtaking natural wonders at the background will surely electrify all of your senses. If you

10 Fashion Blogs by Clothing Stores: You can’t miss!

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

Brands have caught on to blogging, especially clothing store brands. They know their customers don’t want to just shop, they want to live and breathe fashion. Blogs can help brands guide customers to shopping better or making sure they keep up-to-date on the latest seasonal trends. Here is a list of the top 10 best clothing store blogs available online right now.

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Wrap Up: December 2017

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

December is always an interesting month. The end of the year usually means I have plenty to think about in terms reflecting on the past year, what I loved about it and what I could do better in the next 12 months. I was originally planning on being in Scotland for NYE this year, and […]

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How To Get Around Ho Chi Minh City - Vietcetera

How To Get Around Ho Chi Minh City - Vietcetera


Vietcetera

When I first arrived to Ho Chi Minh City a few years ago, there were only two ways to get around: by taxi or by motorbike.

Eat, Stray, Love: Eating Your Way Through Ubud, Bali: A Self-Guided Food Walking Tour

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

If you’re looking to experience Ubud beyond the Monkey Forest, this self-guided food walking tour takes you off the beaten path into serene rice fields with quaint cafes and tasty treats dotted all along the way!

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Driving Me Hazy in the Philippines

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

Guest Globejotter Jerry F. Smith dodges jeepneys and chickens on a wild, smoke-choked motorcycle ride in the Philippines.

from Ho Chi Minh City – Can Tho City

from Ho Chi Minh City – Can Tho City


Can Tho City Guide

By Bus The best way to get to Can Tho from Ho Chi Minh City is by bus service.  Buses leave daily and hourly from “Ben Xe Mien Tay” (South-West Bus Station) in Ho Chi Minh City on every…

Spinal Taps, a Burglary, and a Legal Nomads Hiatus

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Legal Nomads is on hold for the time being.

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7 days in Central Japan – Gifu and Nagano Prefectures

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Gifu is a landlocked prefecture located in the center of Japan. It is one of the country’s world-class destinations that carries visitors to the past. It is where wooden Machiya houses and other old structures are still being used by current locals. Its many historic towns where time has seemingly stood still since the 1800’s will surely give you...

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Vietnamese Fashion Brands: The Future Of Brick And Mortar Retail

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietcetera

With the current Vietnam fashion retail market reported to be worth US $358 million, Vietnam is attracting global industry players drawn by its double-digit growth figures of 22.5%. For the consumer, that means choice across different segments; for the retailer, that means new strategies are required to increase sales both on- and offline. Despite impressive […]

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Đường dây làm bằng lái giả "hạng gì cũng có" ở Sài Gòn

Đường dây làm bằng lái giả "hạng gì cũng có" ở Sài Gòn


VietNamNet

Qua công tác trinh sát địa bàn, tổ hình sự đặc nhiệm Công an quận 12 (CAQ12) phát hiện nổi lên nhóm đối tượng có dấu hiệu làm giả các loại giấy tờ của các cơ quan, tổ chức nhà nước...

Em trai ông Thăng chuyển giúp vali chứa 14 tỷ đồng vào cốp xe của ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh

Em trai ông Thăng chuyển giúp vali chứa 14 tỷ đồng vào cốp xe của ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Ông Thanh thừa nhận đã nhận số tiền để trong vali từ ông Đinh Mạnh Thắng chuyển do bà Thái Kiều Hương nhờ, sau đó hoàn trả. Ông Trịnh Xuân Thanh tiếp tục ra hầu tòa trong vụ tham ô…

Do’s and Don’ts in Vietnam

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

Vietnamese people for long have been famed worldwide for their grace, politeness, generosity and hospitality. When coming to the country, the locals are so friendly that you can rest assured ...

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Discover: Saudi Arabia

by @ Wikitravel

In Saudi Arabia, you can try authentic apple-flavored Budweiser. (Non-alcoholic, of course.)

Phản hồi cho Lưỡi không xương… bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

Constitution Book's buying I would like to appreciate you so much because you have encouraging for me buy to read constitution book. However, I have been studying the ten years for experiencing constitutional law, statutes, statutory in myself. As a result, our United States Constitution, statutes and statutory, and court system do not only display perfectly but also be justice, but the American leaders could not keep their oath loyalty - and therefore, our super values of democracy, Justice were not fair to be destroy-able. They, American leaders, have been sitting on our United States Constitution, but no court should prosecute to them. So, you should encourage to our governmental agencies that they must highly respect to constitutional laws, since, our nation will be esteemed by the whole world. For example, I have found out to our constitution for the ten years when I did not see any constitutional laws, in which our American president had ordered to assassinate to foreign president let's assassinate to a foreign leader as like President Ngo Dinh Diem. And next, I did not see any statutory, which allowed with the American leaders who were freely torn to International Treaty as like the Paris Peace Accords which is why I buy the constitution book with purpose what? I appreciate to our President Trump when he said, ", “the world has many places, many dreams and many roads, but in all of the world there's no place like home.” “And so, for family, for country, for freedom, for history and for the glory of God, protect your home, defend your home and love your home today and for all time.” Warm Regards Bright Quang

Where I’m At: January, 2018 – Otres Beach edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Otres Beach, and happy new year! Where I’ve Been Hanoi A post shared by James Clark ✈️ (@nomadicnotes) on Dec 2, 2017 at 5:47am PST Ahh Hanoi. Every time I go back I’m amazed […]

Saigon Zoo & Botanical Gardens

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Discover Sucre, Bolivia in 3 days

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Founded in the 1500s by Spanish colonials, the beautiful city of Sucre is famed for its charming whitewashed buildings, colonial heritage, and year-round spring like climate. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, the city is one of the most photographed and wonderful destinations in South America. Our suggested itinerary is designed to show...

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Island Life in Cambodia

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

Every morning the power goes off at 5am. The cool breeze from the fan pointed at my bed stops, and I usually wake up. The 5pm to 5am power.

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The New Globejotting Podcast Has Landed!

The New Globejotting Podcast Has Landed!

by @ Globejotting Travel Podcast with Dave Fox

In episode one, we meet Betsy and Warren Talbot, who sold or gave away everything they had for an endless world journey.

A Night of Italian Street Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Review)

A Night of Italian Street Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Review)

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

My evening of Italian street food and wine indulgence at "The Extraordinary Italian Taste", an event to promote Italian cuisine and culture in Malaysia.

Travel To Dalat: The Ultimate Guide To A Weekend Getaway

by Vietcetera @ Vietcetera

Dalat is one of the most famous destinations in Vietnam—and for good reason. From its gorgeous waterfalls, traditional silk factories, and buzzing night market, to its small batch coffee farms, Dalat makes for an ideal getaway from the major cities. In order to make your great escape a bit easier, Vietcetera popped over to the […]

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First Term of World School Done and Dusted

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

We’re back home in Vietnam, resting up after our first term of World School. We covered a lot of ground in three months. Seven countries, no less! It was.

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The Most Popular Places of 2017 on Grantourismo – From Siem Reap to the Isaan

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Our 10 Most Popular Places of 2017 on Grantourismo included the Southeast Asian destinations we love and frequently cover – Cambodia’s main cities and towns, Thailand’s capital and most off the beaten track region, Vietnam’s key destinations, and lovely Luang Prabang in Laos. As 2017...

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Tin tức, tin nóng, đọc báo điện tử - Tuổi Trẻ Online

Tin tức, tin nóng, đọc báo điện tử - Tuổi Trẻ Online


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Tin tức nhanh - mới - nóng nhất đang diễn ra về: kinh tế, chính trị, xã hội, thế giới, giáo dục, thể thao, văn hóa, giải trí, công nghệ.

Top Vietnamese adventure travel destinations

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

Many Vietnamese travellers choose to venture off the beaten path as they make adventurous trips to conquer Mount Pha Luong, Datanla Waterfall, or trek through Mui Doi (the East Pole of Vietnam) to enjoy spectacular the sunsets. Following are some of the most popular places for adventure tourists:   Pha Luong Mount in Tan Xuan […]

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Thrillable Hours: Lebawit Lily Girma, Author and Photographer

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

The next in my alternative careers for lawyers series: interview with guidebook author and photographer Lebawit Lily Girma.

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Best way to spend 3 days in Salamanca, Spain

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, the ancient University town of Salamanca houses one of the oldest universities in the world. Its beautiful golden sandstone architecture, world-class cuisine, laid-back Spanish charms and youthful vibes are some of the reasons why Salamanca is one of Spain’s top tourist destinations. If you’re a first-time visitor,...

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Mynn’s Top 10 Food Experiences in Okayama, Japan

Mynn’s Top 10 Food Experiences in Okayama, Japan

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

A list of all the delicious food I had while visiting Okayama in Japan -- it is a small city off the tourist map, but offers some of the best gastronomic delights to please the senses and satisfy the taste buds!

6 Lesser-Known Nashville Live Music Venues

by Clare Haugh @ Moon Travel Guides

They call it “Music City” for a reason: Nashville’s music scene is legendary. From live venues to indie studios, rowdy honky-tonks to intimate folk shows, this is where America goes to make music.

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Nha Trang Sea Festival 2017 – “Welcoming friends with open arms”

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

The biennial Nha Trang Sea Festival was first held in 2003 and has become a typical social, cultural and artistic event of Khanh Hoa province. The eighth of its kind ...

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Discover: Kanab

by @ Wikitravel

When eating at Houston's restaurant in Kanab, Utah, tip the servers well; they pack pistols, although it's just for show -- allegedly.

Butterflied Roast Turkey with Stuffing Recipe by Chef Neil Perry and Christmas Tips

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

This butterflied roast turkey with stuffing recipe comes from another of Australia’s best chefs Neil Perry, who helms the Rockpool group of restaurants, which have long been some of our favourites. Here Neil shares his recipe for Butterflied Roast Turkey with Chestnut, Herb and Bread...

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A Thrilling Hai Van Pass Adventure With Onetrip

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Vietnam is a fabulous country that sings harmonies of the wild jungle and the people that venture through it. That is a destination that you must visit at least once in your life if you seek adventure. One of the most desired places to stay in Vietnam for both foreigners and locals alike is Da […]

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The 15th Hoi An – Japan Cultural Exchange 2017

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

In 2017, Hoi An City continues cooperating with the Embassy as well as other Japanese agencies and organizations to to hold “The 15th Hoi An- Japan Cultural Exchange, 2017” from 18 ...

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Discover: Clipperton Island

by @ Wikitravel

If you somehow find yourself visiting Clipperton Island and lack things to do (understandably), try running around the island and timing yourself; the record circumnavigation time is one hour and 17 minutes.

Escape Hunt Experience Ho Chi Minh City

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10 days in Kenya for beginners

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Consistently voted as one of the top safari destinations in the world, Kenya boasts outstanding game reserves, budget and luxurious lodging options, friendly people, and unique culture. Here, you get to explore the open wilderness in safari vehicles with licensed safari guides, get introduced to local culture by visiting local families’ homes in rural villages,...

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Phản hồi cho ‘Tình yêu là gì?’ Lá thư của người đàn ông vừa góa vợ trên trang Người New York ‘gây bão’ bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

Opportunism  It has enacted the statutes to invade to some of small nations as like Vietnam since it has taken all of Vietnam land, people, natural resources and Southern officers. After that, it has sold the South Vietnam to Communism — and then- it is enacting for F.T. C.A. let’s run for Prisoner of war Act and criminal war because all of prisoners of war who did not understand about to the United States constitutional laws. Because they came to the United States of America when they are making modern slavery war which is why almost of the Vietnamese prisoners of war who did not only graduate the American High School but also not earn any high education. They what petition to Prisoner of war because the America constitutional laws look like the big forest when the American Court system is great bureaucrat . It did not respect any International Treaty and the United States statutes in order to run the compensation’s prisoners of war. FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT LITIGATION SECTION The Torts Branch’s Federal Tort Claims Act Litigation Section (FTCA Section) defends the United States in a wide range of complex, and often controversial, suits filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Enacted on August 2, 1946, the Federal Tort Claims Act provides a limited waiver of the United States’ immunity from suit, allowing claims for damages for injury or loss of property, or personal injury or death caused by the negligent or wrongful act or omission of any employee of the Government while acting within the scope of his office or employment, under circumstances where the United States, if a private person, would be liable to the claimant in accordance with the law of the place where the act or omission occurred 28 U.S.C. § 1346(b). Today, litigation under the Act covers a variety of torts. Suits often arise from medical care or treatment, regulatory activities, law enforcement, and maintenance of federal lands. The FTCA Section has handled the defense in litigation related to Hurricane Katrina, which seeks billions of dollars in damages for losses caused by flooding. The FTCA Section also has handled sensitive law enforcement cases involving informants, and it has defended the United States in suits brought by individuals who were detained on immigration charges following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The Federal Tort Claims Act Litigation Section serves as the principal point of contact for both other Department of Justice (DOJ) components, such as the United States Attorneys Offices, and other federal agencies on a number of legal issues arising under the FTCA. The section assists in litigation development and settlement strategy, and it has particular expertise in the evaluation and settlement of catastrophic injury cases. The FTCA Section’s Director has authority to act on settlements by federal agencies of up to $1,000,000. For settlements in excess of that amount, the Director makes recommendations to higher-level DOJ officials. The section has prepared model settlement documents that protect the interests of the United States and is expert in the use of structured settlements. In addition, the FTCA Section makes appeal recommendations on all adverse judgments entered in FTCA cases. It also provides comments on FTCA-related Congressional legislation that may have an impact on taxpayer liability. Further, the FTCA Section is responsible for administrative adjustment of tort claims filed as a result of DOJ employee conduct nationwide. The FTCA Section also determines the appropriate agency to adjust administrative claims that have been filed with DOJ.

The Legal Nomads Guide to Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A Puerto Escondido guide, including where to eat, the best spots to swim, where to stay, and how to get there and away from Oaxaca and elsewhere.

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Iran: Where two worlds are one

by Emma Thomson @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Mysterious, magnificent and so often misunderstood, modern Iran is bending rules and breaking traditions to welcome a new generation of curious travellers

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Ha Giang Loop, Vietnam: A Biker’s Guide

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Layer upon layer of blue-green mountains reaching out as far as the eye can see; jagged black rocks jutting out of the hazy green landscape and sheer cliffs descending dramatically from the edge of narrow mountain roads — these are just some of the views you will encounter during the 320-kilometer Hà Giang motorbike loop, located in the extreme north of Vietnam.

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Longquan Peach Blossom Festival // This is Chengdu, China

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

If there’s an art to attending a Chinese festival, I’m the dumb kid who eats the paint. Give me some time and I’ll be linking to a How To Successfully Attend a Festival in China article right here. But for now, I’ll admit that my attendance at the Longquan Peach Blossom Festival was a short-lived [...]

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Things you didn’t know about PALM SPRINGS, CA

by STREETTROTTER @ STREETTROTTER

We often bucket list cities that are the centre of all things happening, but rarely do we look at places that are offbeat and not popularly on the travel map. Situated in the Sonoran desert of southern California and surrounded by the famous Coachella valley, is a desert resort city proudly named 'Palm Springs' - shouting of a laid back vibe - yes, but more luxury and happening than you can ever think of. Here is a list of 7 things you didn't know about Palm Springs, CA.

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Shangli Ancient Village // This is Sichuan, China

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Visiting Shangli Ancient Village in Sichuan Province Shangli has been through a lot, but you wouldn’t know it from the peaceful feeling you get while walking its lanes. It’s one of 10 Chinese ancient villages in Sichuan province, but unlike its counterparts the village has been able to keep its authentic charm. How to get [...]

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Phản hồi cho Ngôi nhà cấp bốn sửa xong lung linh như đèn lồng bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

Money speaks out The shoulder loads the great money when it is wrongly troublesome, but the more men who listen to it, said Bright Quang

3 days in Nanjing – the ‘Southern Capital’ of China

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

China is a vast, beautiful and diverse country. Nanjing is located in Yangtze River region. It is known for its significant place in the ancient Chinese history as the capital city of ten dynasties. Some people might associate the city in the mass murder committed by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1937, but the city...

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Connecting you to the local experience – My day out with Inspitrip

by Sharyn @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

Well, I haven’t been out on a trip for quite a while. (I think the last one was with Saigon Treasure Hunt) The main reason is, I’ve been totally flat out writing and editing the second edition of my book...

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Vietnam For Kids: 23 Tips For Taking A Toddler - The Dropout Diaries

Vietnam For Kids: 23 Tips For Taking A Toddler - The Dropout Diaries


The Dropout Diaries

After four years of living and working in Vietnam, here's some Vietnam for kids tips I think parents of toddlers should know before they land.

Visiting Saigon During TET – 2017

by Sharyn @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

TET or Lunar New Year occurs at the end of January in 2017. The lead up to the Year of the Rooster will be very festive, but during the actual holiday period, the atmosphere around the country will change completely. The...

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Ho Chi Minh City For Kids

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

The ultimate guide to Ho Chi Minh City for kids: classes, activities, parks, sports, cafes, restaurants and experiences. This list was compiled after our big world school adventure, where.

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Two Days in Hanoi – How to Make the Most of It

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Small alleys crammed with food stalls, delicious smells filling the air of the quaint Old Town streets and imposing monuments honoring Vietnam’s rich and turbulent history— all that and more is Hanoi. If you are planning a short trip here and want to see all the main attractions, this two-day itinerary of the capital is […]

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I Designed Some Hilarious Food Pun T-Shirts!

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

Regular readers of my blog know that I love food, puns and dad jokes. And I’ve figured out a way to combined these three of my favourite things ON.

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Namibia for beginners – 7 days of breathtaking views

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

While South Africa is the most popular country in Africa, Namibia on the other hand, is an untamed beauty without the crowd of tourists, compared to its neighbors. Aside from its spectacular sand dunes, Namibia provides diverse attractions – peaks and desert, beaches, gigantic ravine, rivers, and national parks. Wonderful surprises abound here but Namibia...

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Discover: Graz

by @ Wikitravel

UPC Arena in Graz, Austria was renamed in 1997 to honor native son Arnold Schwarzenegger, but the old name was restored in 2005 over the governor's support of the death penalty.

Insider’s View Episode 8 – Fiona Briers

by Sharyn @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

Episode 8 of Insider’s View comes from Fiona Briers who runs the brilliant Bright Solutions in Vietnam. The work they do to empower women and produce gorgeous handicrafts is fabulous. She’s been here almost 9 years so I’d say she...

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BEST THINGS TO DO TRAVEL IN SAIGON - 3 DAYS | TSA

BEST THINGS TO DO TRAVEL IN SAIGON - 3 DAYS | TSA


Travel Sense Asia

Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City, which is also known as Saigon and you will have an awesome trip both of beautiful landscape and diversity shopping. For the time being, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is considered to be one of the most dynamic areas of the country about a social, cultural, landscapes and economic …

Pasteur Street Brewing Company

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Pasteur Street Brewing Company

Wrap Up: November 2017

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

I can’t believe I’ve been back in California for over a month already. It has gone by super fast, probably because my schedule has been filled with plenty of work, family time, and catching up with my closest friends who live in the Bay. I tested out doing a sober month in November for the […]

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Phản hồi cho Đề án 165 – một hình thức ban phát bổng lộc bằng tiền dân cho cán bộ của Đảng đi du lịch ăn chơi miễn phí bởi phamduchuan

by phamduchuan @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

đề án này đã tiến vào giai đoạn 2 chánh văn phòng và các phó chánh cùng kế toán trưởng là những người ăn tiền nhiều nhất từ mua vé máy bay hạch toán chi thường xuyên bằng mua hóa đơn ghi chênh lên toàn bộ các nội dung đào tạo là giả đi học sai đối tượng quản lý học viên lỏng lẻo ký hợp đồng qua các cá nhân tổ chức trung gian để thao túng giá dịch vụ chỉ là vài ví dụ về nội bộ đen tối của đơn vị này ngoài ra trưởng phòng hợp tác còn là 1 người nổi tiếng hung dữ và thủ đoạn còn kế toán trưởng nổi tiếng là lừa đảo những vị lãnh đạo này chẳng bao giờ nói chuyện với nhau được và đó chính là lý do mạnh ai nấy cướp ở tổ chức này

The 10 Best Street Foods You Will Find In Asia

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

Street food in Asia is something that supports the development of cities, provides quick snacks for people in a rush, and enables poorer people with fewer cooking tools at home to buy food that is full of flavor and cultural history. Some of the found recipes are those which have gained international popularity, but their origins are […]

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Cu Chi – the Best Place for Ho Chi Minh Tunnels Tour

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

If you take a Ho Chi Minh tunnels tour, the must-going place is Cu Chi tunnel – one of the greatest works constructed by the Vietnamese. Cu Chi tunnel system serves as the living and hiding place for the Vietnamese soldiers during the wars. Visitors reaching there can not only experience the great tunnels but […]

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Li'l C - Big Shoe Lady

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Chuyên gia tiết lộ: Bí mật dinh dưỡng và cách ăn trứng gà tốt nhất nhiều người chưa biết

Chuyên gia tiết lộ: Bí mật dinh dưỡng và cách ăn trứng gà tốt nhất nhiều người chưa biết

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Chuyên gia cho rằng, chúng ta ăn trứng nhưng chưa hiểu nhiều về cách chế biến trứng, thông tin dinh dưỡng và những bí mật để sử dụng trứng gà đúng cách. Đây là điều bạn nên biết. Có rất…

Taking a Xe Om in Vietnam - Moon Travel Guides

Taking a Xe Om in Vietnam - Moon Travel Guides


Moon Travel Guides

Xe om (motorbike taxis) are a popular & inexpensive means of transportation throughout Vietnam. Here are tips on fares, local customs, and staying safe.

What to See in North Vietnam?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Thanks to the perfect geographical location, Vietnam has inherited many wonderful landscapes from Mother Nature and absorbed the essence of neighboring cultures. This makes people wonder what to see in North Vietnam. Because I have spent almost all of my life here, I can confidently say that I know this area inside out. My friends […]

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Xe ôm tour khám phá ngõ ngách Sài Gòn - CÔNG TY DU LỊCH TOP TEN TRAVEL

Xe ôm tour khám phá ngõ ngách Sài Gòn - CÔNG TY DU LỊCH TOP TEN TRAVEL


CÔNG TY DU LỊCH TOP TEN TRAVEL

Trong các phương tiện di chuyển ở thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, xe ôm có lẽ là loại hình ít được du khách lựa chọn  bởi mức độ an toàn và khả năng giao tiếp của các bác tài không cao. Thế nhưng một Việt kiều Mỹ đã nhìn thấy những nét hấp dẫn và ...

100 Hours of Humo(u)r – Hour 7: A New Kind of Foreign

100 Hours of Humo(u)r – Hour 7: A New Kind of Foreign

by @ Globejotting Travel Podcast with Dave Fox

Podcast: When a mother-in-law plans a birthday getaway' it's a surprise vacation in more ways than one.

Phản hồi cho Toàn văn phát biểu của Tổng thống Mỹ Donald Trump tại APEC CEO Summit Việt Nam 2017 bởi Bright Quang

by Bright Quang @ phản hồi cho Anle20's Blog

50 U.S. Code § 4105 - Prisoners of war US Code Notes prev | next (a) “Prisoner of war” defined As used in subsection (b) of this section, the term “prisoner of war” means any regularly appointed, enrolled, enlisted, or inducted member of the military or naval forces of the United States who was held as a prisoner of war for any period of time subsequent to December 7, 1941, by any government of any nation with which the United States has been at war subsequent to such date. (b) Payment of claims; rate allowed; certification of claims The Commission is authorized to receive, adjudicate according to law, and provide for the payment of any claim filed by any prisoner of war for compensation for the violation by the enemy government by which he was held as a prisoner of war, or its agents, of its obligation to furnish him the quantity or quality of food to which he was entitled as a prisoner of war under the terms of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929. The compensation allowed to any prisoner of war under the provisions of this subsection shall be at the rate of $1 for each day he was held as a prisoner of war on which the enemy government or its agents failed to furnish him such quantity or quality of food. Any claim allowed under the provisions of this subsection shall be certified to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment out of the War Claims Fund established by section 4110 of this title. (c) Persons entitled to paymentsClaims pursuant to subsection (b) shall be paid to the person entitled thereto, and shall in case of death of the persons who are entitled be payable only to or for the benefit of the following persons: (1) Widow or husband if there is no child or children of the deceased; (2) Widow or husband and child or children of the deceased, one-half to the widow or husband and the other half to the child or children of the deceased in equal shares; (3) Child or children of the deceased (in equal shares) if there is no widow or husband; and (4) Parents (in equal shares) if there is no widow, husband, or child. (d) Additional definition of “prisoner of war”; payment of claims; rate allowed; persons entitled to payments (1) As used in this subsection the term “prisoner of war” means any regularly appointed, enrolled, enlisted, or inducted member of the military or naval forces of the United States, who was held a prisoner of war for any period of time subsequent to December 7, 1941, by any government of any nation with which the United States has been at war subsequent to such date. (2) The Commission is authorized to receive, adjudicate according to law, and to provide for the payment of any claim filed by any prisoner of war for compensation— (A) for the violations by the enemy government by which he was held as a prisoner of war, or its agents, of such government’s obligations under title III, section III, of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929, relating to labor of prisoners of war; or (B) for inhumane treatment by the enemy government by which he was held, or its agents. The term “inhumane treatment” as used herein shall include, but not be limited to, violation by such enemy government, or its agents, of one or more of the provisions of articles 2, 3, 7, 10, 12, 13, 21, 22, 54, 56, or 57, of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929. (3) Compensation shall be allowed to any prisoner of war under this subsection at the rate of $1.50 per day for each day he was held as a prisoner of war on which he alleges and proves in a manner acceptable to the Commission— (A) the violation by such enemy government or its agents of the provisions of title III, section III, of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929; or (B) any inhumane treatment as defined herein. Any claim allowed under the provisions of this subsection shall be certified to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment out of the War Claims Fund established by section 4110 of this title. In no event shall the compensation allowed to any prisoner of war under this subsection exceed the sum of $1.50 with respect to any one day. (4) Claims pursuant to subsection (d)(2) shall be paid to the person entitled thereto, or to his legal or natural guardian if he has one, and shall, in case of death of the persons who are entitled be payable only to or for the benefit of the following persons: (A) widow or husband if there is no child or children of the deceased; (B) widow or husband and child or children of the deceased, one-half to the widow or husband and the other half to the child or children of the deceased in equal shares; (C) child or children of the deceased (in equal shares) if there is no widow or husband; and (D) parents (in equal shares) if there is no widow, husband, or child. (e) Extension to Korean War prisoners (1) As used in this subsection the term “prisoner of war” means any regularly appointed, enrolled, enlisted, or inducted member of the Armed Forces of the United States who was held as a prisoner of war for any period of time subsequent to June 25, 1950, by any hostile force with which the Armed Forces of the United States were actually engaged in armed conflict subsequent to such date and prior to August 21, 1954, or any person (military or civilian) assigned to duty in the U.S.S. Pueblo who was captured by the military forces of North Korea on January 23, 1968, and thereafter held prisoner by the Government of North Korea for any period of time ending on or before December 23, 1968, except any person who, at any time, voluntarily, knowingly, and without duress, gave aid to or collaborated with or in any manner served any such hostile force. (2) The Commission is authorized to receive and to determine, according to law, the amount and validity, and provide for the payment of any claim filed by any prisoner of war for compensation for the failure of the hostile force by which he was held as a prisoner of war, or its agents, to furnish him the quantity or quality of food prescribed for prisoners of war under the terms of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929. The compensation allowed to any prisoner of war under the provisions of this paragraph shall be at the rate of $1 for each day on which he was held as a prisoner of war and on which such hostile force, or its agents, failed to furnish him such quantity or quality of food. (3) The Commission is authorized to receive and to determine, according to law, the amount and validity and provide for the payment of any claim filed by any prisoner of war for compensation— (A) for the failure of the hostile force by which he was held as a prisoner of war, or its agents, to meet the conditions and requirements prescribed under title III, section III, of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929, relating to labor of prisoners of war; or (B) for inhumane treatment by the hostile force by which he was held, or its agents. The term “inhumane treatment” as used herein shall include, but not be limited to, failure of such hostile force, or its agents, to meet the conditions and requirements of one or more of the provisions of articles 2, 3, 7, 10, 12, 13, 21, 22, 54, 56, or 57 of the Geneva Convention of July 27, 1929. Compensation shall be allowed to any prisoner of war under this paragraph at the rate of $1.50 per day for each day on which he was held as a prisoner of war and with respect to which he alleges and proves in a manner acceptable to the Commission the failure to meet the conditions and requirements described in subparagraph (A) or the inhumane treatment described in subparagraph (B). In no event shall the compensation allowed to any prisoner of war under this paragraph exceed the sum of $1.50 with respect to any one day. (4) Any claim allowed by the Commission under this subsection shall be certified to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment out of funds appropriated pursuant to this subsection and shall be paid by the Secretary of the Treasury to the person entitled thereto, and shall, in case of death or determination of death of the persons who are entitled, be paid only to or for the benefit of the persons specified, and in the order established, by paragraph (4) of subsection (d) of this section. (5) Each claim filed under this subsection must be filed not later than one year from whichever of the following dates last occurs: (A) August 21, 1954; (B) The date the prisoner of war by whom the claim is filed returned to the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces of the United States; or (C) The date upon which the Department of Defense makes a determination that the prisoner of war has actually died or is presumed to be dead, in the case of any prisoner of war who has not returned to the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces of the United States; (D) In the case of any person assigned to duty in the U.S.S. Pueblo referred to in paragraph (1) of this subsection, one year after June 24, 1970. The Commission shall complete its determinations with respect to each claim filed under this subsection at the earliest practicable date, but in no event later than one year after the date on which such claim was filed. (6) Any claim allowed under the provisions of this subsection shall be paid from funds appropriated pursuant to paragraph (7) of this subsection. (7) (A) There are authorized to be appropriated such amounts as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this subsection, including necessary administrative expenses. (B) The Commission shall determine, from time to time, the share of its administrative expenses attributable to the performance of its functions under this subsection and make the appropriate adjustments in its accounts, and determinations and adjustments made pursuant to this subparagraph shall be final and conclusive. (f) Vietnam conflict; definitions; authority of Commission; classes of claims; rate of compensation; certification for payment; persons entitled to payments; filing date; determination of claims; fund for payment; appropriations (1) As used in this subsection— (A) the term “Vietnam conflict” relates to the period beginning February 28, 1961, and ending on such date as shall thereafter be determined by Presidential proclamation or concurrent resolution of the Congress; and (B) the term “prisoner of war” means any regularly appointed, enrolled, enlisted, or inducted member of the Armed Forces of the United States who was held as a prisoner of war for any period of time during the Vietnam conflict by any force hostile to the United States, except any such member who, at any time, voluntarily, knowingly, and without duress, gave aid to or collaborated with, or in any manner served, such hostile force. (2) The Commission is authorized to receive and to determine, according to law, the amount and validity, and provide for the payment of any claim filed by any prisoner of war for compensation for the failure of the hostile force by which he was held as a prisoner of war, or its agents, to furnish him the quantity or quality of food prescribed for prisoners of war under the terms of the Geneva Convention of August 12, 1949. The compensation allowed to any prisoner of war under the provisions of this paragraph shall be at the rate of $2 for each day on which he was held as a prisoner of war and on which such hostile force, or its agents, failed to furnish him such quantity or quality of food. (3) The Commission is authorized to receive and to determine, according to law, the amount and validity and provide for the payment of any claim filed by any prisoner of war for compensation— (A) for the failure of the hostile force by which he was held as a prisoner of war, or its agents, to meet the conditions and requirements prescribed under chapter VIII, section III, of the Geneva Convention of August 12, 1949, relating to labor of prisoners of war; or (B) for inhumane treatment by the hostile force by which he was held, or its agents. The term “inhumane treatment” as used in this subparagraph shall include, but not be limited to, failure of such hostile force, or its agents, to meet the conditions and requirements of one or more of the provisions of articles 3, 12, 13, 14, 17, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 97, or 98 of the Geneva Convention of August 12, 1949. Compensation shall be allowed to any prisoner of war under this paragraph at the rate of $3 per day for each day on which he was held as a prisoner of war and with respect to which he alleges and proves in a manner acceptable to the Commission the failure to meet the conditions and requirements described in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph or the inhumane treatment described in subparagraph (B) of this paragraph. In no event shall the compensation allowed to any prisoner of war under this paragraph exceed the sum of $3 with respect to any one day. (4) Any claim allowed by the Commission under this subsection shall be certified to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment out of funds appropriated pursuant to this subsection and shall be paid by the Secretary of the Treasury to the person entitled thereto, and shall, in the case of death or determination of death of the persons who are entitled, be paid only to or for the benefit of the persons specified, and in the order established, by subsection (d)(4) of this section. (5) Each claim filed under this subsection must be filed not later than three years from whichever of the following dates last occurs: (A) June 24, 1970; (B) the date the prisoner of war by whom the claim is filed returned to the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces of the United States; or (C) the date upon which the Department of Defense makes a determination that the prisoner of war has actually died or is presumed to be dead, in the case of any prisoner of war who has not returned to the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces of the United States. The Commission shall complete its determinations with respect to each claim filed under this subsection at the earliest practicable date, but in no event later than one year after the date on which such claim was filed. (6) Any claim allowed under the provisions of this subsection shall be paid from funds appropriated pursuant to paragraph (7) of this subsection. (7) There are authorized to be appropriated such amounts as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this subsection, including necessary administrative expenses. (g) Manner of payment Where any person entitled to payment under this section is under any legal disability, payment may be made in accordance with the provisions of subsection (e) of section 4104 of this title. (July 3, 1948, ch. 826, title I, § 6, 62 Stat. 1244; Sept. 30, 1950, ch. 1116, 64 Stat. 1090; Apr. 9, 1952, ch. 167, § 1, 66 Stat. 47; Apr. 9, 1952, ch. 168, § 2, 66 Stat. 49; Aug. 21, 1954, ch. 784, § 2, 68 Stat. 761; Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1162, title I, § 102(a)(1), 68 Stat. 1034; Pub. L. 87–846, title I, § 102, Oct. 22, 1962, 76 Stat. 1107; Pub. L. 91–289, §§ 1, 2, June 24, 1970, 84 Stat. 323.)

Travel Misconceptions: Thailand

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

One of my goals on The Atlas Heart is to break down travel misconceptions or judgments about places and ideas. Perhaps it could be that destination that everyone warns you not to visit because of how dangerous it is, or maybe you yourself had preconceived notions that were proven wrong once you arrived to where […]

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Discover Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 3 days

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Kaohsiung, the largest harbor city in Taiwan, is a mesmerizing blend of traditional and modern, and dizzying contradictions. There are as many high-rise buildings and yet traditional Chinese temples remain. Located in Southwestern Taiwan, the city remain an undiscovered treasure for foreign visitors. Our suggested itinerary is designed to show you the best the city has to...

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We’re Home, What’s Next?

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

We’ve been home in Ho Chi Minh City for two months but I still haven’t unpacked Big Blue, the rolly suitcase we lived out of during our 10-month world.

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Kinh doanh – “Xe ôm tour” khám phá Sài Gòn

Kinh doanh – “Xe ôm tour” khám phá Sài Gòn


Anle20's Blog

Cẩm Tú @DNSG Trong các phương tiện di chuyển ở TP. HCM, xe ôm có lẽ là loại hình ít được du khách nước ngoài sử dụng nhất bởi mức độ an toàn và khả năng giao tiếp của các bác tài không cao. Thế như…

Best Photos of 2016 & Plans for the Coming Year

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

11 of my best photos this year, as decided by readers.

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Sun And Sea Vacations For Newlyweds Through Vietnam Holiday Package 2018

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Thanks to its colonial structures, sparkling bays, gorgeous beaches, stunning landscapes, exotic cuisine, and colorful culture, Vietnam is always appealing to many honeymooners in all parts of the world. So, if you are newly married couples and wondering where to go in the S-shaped country for unforgettable and meaningful experiences, then Vietnam Holiday Package 2018 […]

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Where I’m At: December, 2017 – Hanoi edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Hanoi! It’s been a month bookended by conferences in two different fields. I average about one conference a year, so two in a month is unusual for me. I try to mix it up […]

Cultural Spotlights of Hanoi (Experience Hanoi like a Local)

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

Hanoi is perfect for a trip of cultural exploration. Its culture is expressed in many of the remarkable attractions of the city. The culture, too, is in every activity that you see on the street. In this article, I will go through several casual cultural spotlights of Hanoi. A random cultural experience of the city, […]

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Watermelon Mint Cooler Recipe – A Refreshing Cocktail For a Warm Day

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

This watermelon mint cooler recipe is super easy to mix and makes for a refreshing light cocktail to drink on a stifling summer afternoon or a sticky day in the tropics. If you’re in the chilly northern hemisphere turn up your heating and pretend you’re...

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Russian Recipes, Holiday Memories, Homesickness, and Nostalgia

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

My family Russian recipes make an appearance every January when Terence and I can often be found in the kitchen rolling out dough for Russian dumplings and making baboushka’s pink beetroot potato, while I recollect the summer holiday family feasts of my childhood, and miss...

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Nước Mỹ không phải là một nền dân chủ và đó là điều tốt đẹp

Nước Mỹ không phải là một nền dân chủ và đó là điều tốt đẹp

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Nước Mỹ được xây dựng là một nền Cộng hòa, và sẽ luôn luôn là như vậy. Năm xưa khi Benjamin Franklin rời khỏi hội nghị về Hiến pháp, một phụ nữ đã đến hỏi ông rằng: “Ngài đã để…

Best way to spend 3 days in Johannesburg, South Africa

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Johannesburg is one of the best gateways to Safari country, and most tourists would only spend a day in this city. Don’t head for the Safari yet, as Jo’burg has a lot of attractions worth visiting. Of course, spending 3 days in some of the famous destinations in the city still won’t scratch the surface....

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Insider’s View. Episode 7 – Jean Ngo (The Expat Shop)

by Sharyn @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

Editor’s Note: Episode 7 of Insider’s view comes from Jean Ngo, owner of “The Expat Shop.” Jean is yet another visitor who fell in love with this crazy city while on holidays and returned to make Saigon her home. As...

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“What’s So Great About Vietnam?” One Backpacker Explains All…

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

A whistle-stop guide through Vietnam as a backpacker! Includes tips on the wackiest and most fun activities, the local grub not to be missed, where to stay... from glitzy backpacker resort to rustic homestay... plus transport info! Vietnam is a beautiful, wildly varied country with tons to offer, and us backpackers need to soak its magic up before it becomes too touristy...

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Bonsai Saigon River Cruise – Resurrection!

by Sharyn @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights

Bonsai is Back!!! It’s my great pleasure to announce that as of April 2017, Bonsai Dinner Cruises has a brand new boat, “The Bonsai Legacy,” and is re-open for business. I often get queries from my readers about which night...

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Essential Books for Cocktail Enthusiasts – From Spirited Histories to Recipe Books

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

These essential books for cocktail enthusiasts make fab gifts for the concoctors of cocktails and drinks mixers in your life if you’re still stuck for last minute gift ideas. Most of these recommendations have come from professional mixologists and bar owners we’ve meet and are...

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Discover: Kratie

by @ Wikitravel

The interior of the Phnom Sombok temple in Kratie, Cambodia is decorated with torture scenes for the edification of the non-virtuous visitor.

Where to Stay in Sapa Vietnam?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Before visiting Sapa, you should find where to stay in Sapa, Vietnam in order to choose the best accommodation for your trip. There are some types of accommodations in Sapa like Hotel, Resort, homestay, so it is easy to match your demand. Sapa is the small town in North Vietnam. In 1922, the French settled […]

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Ruby Star 2 Hotel: UPDATED 2017 Reviews, Price Comparison and Traveller Photos (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) - TripAdvisor

Ruby Star 2 Hotel: UPDATED 2017 Reviews, Price Comparison and Traveller Photos (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) - TripAdvisor


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Ruby Star 2 Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City: See 7 traveller reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Ruby Star 2 Hotel, ranked #385 of 986 B&Bs / inns in Ho Chi Minh City and rated 3 of 5 at TripAdvisor.

Short-Term Animal Volunteer Opportunities Abroad

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

I’ve always had a big heart for animals. That heart has only grown fuller as I’ve traveled more and seen the amount of animals that need help around the world. From the many stray dogs I saw roaming around Greece, to the homeless kittens in Thailand, and yes, even dogs who were rotting from the […]

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Make the most of your 12-hour layover in Tokyo’s Narita International Airport

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Overnight or layover in a foreign city is a daunting concept. Traveling in a city you don’t know for 24 hours or less and trying to find out what can you do in a short time frame. Are you ready for Narita? Then, you can take on this challenge made for time-hungry travelers who try...

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An Unusual Holiday In Iceland

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

We’re taking a break from our usual programming today with a guest post from my awesome traveling friend, Jody E. I have been begging Jody for years to compile.

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Morning Wine and Handshakes: French Village Pub Life Could Be Habit-Forming

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

In small-town Brittany, the local watering hole is everybody's second living room.

Hong Kong on the Cheap

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

How Not To Blow Your Wad In Hong Kong (it’s a poker term) The 2nd most expensive city in Asia, but there are plenty of ways to budget travel Hong Kong. While Hong Kong is generally raved about, it’s not typically a backpacker stop, mainly because it’s too damn expensive. I’ve seen a lot of [...]

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Discover: Jakar

by @ Wikitravel

A cypress tree outside Kurje Lhakhang monastery in Jakar, Bhutan is claimed to have grown from Guru Rinpoche's walking stick.

When Best to travel to Vietnam?

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Decide when best to travel to Vietnam will give you some confuse because Vietnam is the tropical monsoon climate. That is the reason why you should choose the best time to visit each place in Vietnam, however, there are some months which is suitable for all parts of Vietnam. This article will show you the […]

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The Best Day Trip from Saigon: the Cu Chi Tunnels

The Best Day Trip from Saigon: the Cu Chi Tunnels


Itchy Feet on the Cheap

The Cu Chi tunnels are one of the best ways to learn about the Vietnam War, and to understand how Vietnam beat the most powerful country in the world.

A weekend in Saigon

A weekend in Saigon


Travelfish

With the every-growing options for budget flights in Southeast Asia, jetting off for a weekend has never been easier. And with a bit of planning, Saig

Former U.S. Embassy in Ho Chi Minh - Attraction in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - Justgola

Former U.S. Embassy in Ho Chi Minh - Attraction in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - Justgola


Justgola

The Former U.S. Embassy compound occupies the same spot that was occupied by the U.S. This is the exact site where the former US Embassy stood throughout the Vietnam War.

Catch the New Globejotting Travel Show on Expat Radio!

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

Episode one debuts Tuesday, October 31, and repeats on Monday, November 6.

Vlog: She Walks the World in Okayama, Japan

Vlog: She Walks the World in Okayama, Japan

by Mynn Lee @ She Walks the World

Vlog: A compilation of my favorite moments in Okayama, Japan -- gardens, shrines, castles, rolling plains, fun workshops, and food!

Ushuaia Attractions

by Wayne Bernhardson @ Moon Travel Guides

Beneath the Martial range’s serrated spires, on the Beagle Channel’s north shore, the city of Ushuaia is both an end (the virtual terminus of the world’s southernmost highway) and a beginning (the gateway to Antarctica).

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Discover: Aberdeen

by @ Wikitravel

Among the artifacts displayed at The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen, Scotland is a flag from Hitler's staff car. (Don't ask how they got it.)

Travel Sense Asia(TSA) will attend The Travel Mart AEC from Jan 16 – Jan 19 2018 in Myanmar

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

The Travel Mart AEC is the overarching voice of travel trade partners in the ASEAN Economic Community. It was first conceptualized by travel and leisure gurus as the go-to marketing arm of businesses who wish to showcase their travel products and services locally and abroad. Fueled by their passion and determination to see the industry […]

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Experiencing Saigon by Motorbike with XO Tours - The Atlas Heart

Experiencing Saigon by Motorbike with XO Tours - The Atlas Heart


The Atlas Heart

XO Tours only made me appreciate the foodie scene and nightlife in Saigon even more, it was one of the best tour experiences in Vietnam! Read about it here.

Can You Travel Hong Kong on a Backpacker Budget?

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Over all, Hong Kong cost us around HKD$3,500 for two people for three nights. Solo travellers might find themselves spending a little less than this. It’s a beautiful city with so much to offer, and its often overlooked by backpackers. We wholeheartedly believe that anyone who doesn’t visit here is missing the opportunity to see a different side to China, unlike anywhere else.

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Pho Binh Noodle Shop

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Book Review + Giveaway: Why LA? Pourquoi Paris?

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

*EDIT* We have a winner!! CONGRATS to Toni! You’ll be receiving your book in the mail within a couple of weeks. It has been so long since I’ve hosted a giveaway on this blog, but when I got an email in my inbox about an artsy new coffee table book about LA and Paris, I […]

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Visit Myanmar 2018 Tips For Newcomers To Gain Unforgettable Memories

by Cuong Nguyen @ Travel Sense Asia

Fall in love with the Buddhist temples and monasteries, pristine white beaches, and ancient Asian culture? Then, it is time to visit Myanmar, or commonly known as Burma. Here is a must-see destination for those who are fond of Buddha and beaches. What makes the country apart from the crowd is a collection of numerous […]

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Báo Sài Gòn Giải Phóng

Báo Sài Gòn Giải Phóng


Thể Thao - Báo Sài Gòn Giải Phóng

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Vietnam – Asia silk festival 2017

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

The Vietnam – Asia silk festival is scheduled to run in Hoi An silk village in the central province of Quang Nam between June 11 and 14. Vietnam – Asia ...

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The Best Yangon Hotels – from Grand Colonial Gems to Boutique Loft Hotels

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

The best Yangon hotels range from grand colonial-era gems such as The Strand, which has had a recent renovation, and Belmond Governor’s Residence, in a 1920s teak mansion, to a boutique hotel with loft-style duplex suites and a Thai-style luxury hotel with a palm-fringed pool....

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District Eight’s Marcus Loke’s Life In Furniture Production

by Vietcetera @ Vietcetera

[Article] Read the full story about Marcus Loke here

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A 2-day winter escape to Innsbruck, Austria

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Winter is fast approaching. If you are looking for something new to do this coming winter, then enjoy a laid-back sightseeing tour or enjoy a thrilling skiing adventure in Innsbruck, Austria. The city is known as the Capital of the Alps, and is one of the oldest ski centers in Europe. This 2-day suggested itinerary...

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Kitesurfing in Mui Ne – One of must-tries in Asia

by YesVietnam @ Yes, your trip

The website of Asia One Travel has just introduced top 5 must-tries for adventure addicts in Asia, including kitesurfing in Mui Ne Beach, Binh Thuan Province, Viet Nam. According to ...

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Green spaces of Tokyo

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

As the biggest city in the world (by most definitions), Tokyo is not exactly famous for its greenery. Concrete jungle, sure. Actual jungle, not so much. [Tokyo – it’s a jungle out there.] I was a guest of the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau, and I spent a day visiting gardens and green spaces of […]

Stay at home: Isle of Wight

by Mark Rowe @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Fossil-rich cliffs, a Literary Heroes Trail and great restaurants are among the island’s many attractions

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Top Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam tours & day trips in Ho Chi Minh City

Top Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam tours & day trips in Ho Chi Minh City


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Ho Chi Minh City tours and day trips in Ho Chi Minh City. Find and book top Ho Chi Minh City day tours, check out BeMyGuest’s reviews and photos of tours in Ho Chi Minh City.

27 Hours… Hanoi to Luang Prabang: The Worst Bus Journey in SE Asia?

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Have you done the 24+ hour bus journey from Hanoi, Vietnam to Luang Prabang, Laos? Or Vice Versa? Feared by backpackers all across Southeast Asia - is this journey as bad as they say it is? Read this and decide whether you want to book a flight instead!

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Discovering Sapa: A Comprehensive Guide to Visiting Vietnam’s Northern Hill Station

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Sapa is famous for its beautiful landscapes full of verdant rice paddies, rolling hills, Vietnam’s highest mountain, and hidden trails in overgrown valleys. While the idea of coming here for a trek far off from the noise and pollution of the big cities inspires wanderlust, organizing it all can be a bit daunting, especially for […]

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18 Amazingly Cheap Places You Should Travel to in 2018

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

Want to travel without breaking the bank? Then you’ll want to keep an eye out for those bargain destinations! The countries listed here are all among the cheapest places to travel, offering not just great value but also some of the world’s most magnificent sights and experiences. Grab your bucket list and read on… Save  Don’t forget to pin this […]

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The Cow Head Taco Philosopher King of Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Oaxaca is full of great street eats, including this delightful philosophizing taco vendor who makes tacos de cabeza (cow head tacos).

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12 Things to do in Penang, Malaysia

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

I wasn’t sure what to expect with my return to Malaysia this year. The brief time I spent in the country in 2013 was a good experience overall, but it’s also the first place where I was aggressively groped in broad daylight. Granted, gropings can happen anywhere, but I would be lying if I said […]

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New Online Course: Deep Travel

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

Have adventures no guidebook can tell you about! Discover how to embrace culture shock and plunge deep into amazing travel experiences.

Halong Valentine Cruise

by asiacitytours @ Asia Locals | Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia – Myanmar – Thailand – Singapore – Malaysia – Indonesia and India

The “Valentine”, which was launched in 2008 (5 cabins boat – Valentine) and 2010(2 cabins boat – Valentine Premium) , is a full service vessel, offering all the facilities and amenities of our larger boats. For tourists in small groups and preferring private space, the Valentine and Valentine Premium is an ideal choice. Where the […]

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48 Hours in Ho Chi Minh City – An Itinerary for Food Lovers

48 Hours in Ho Chi Minh City – An Itinerary for Food Lovers


Grantourismo Travels

48 Hours in Ho Chi Minh City dedicated to cooking and eating Vietnamese food – browsing the markets, grazing at streets stalls on food tours, and savouring Vietnamese cuisine in restaurants – is our idea of a weekend in Ho Chi Minh City, as Vietnam’s

An Unexpected Lesson in Loss

by Barbara @ The Dropout Diaries

Bryony Freestone was young and beautiful, with a contagious smile. She was part of a team of six university students we met during our stay with Marine Conservation Cambodia..

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Globejotting Travel Show Episode 3: Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan with Kirsten Koza

by Dave Fox @ Dave Fox’s Globejotting

Canadian travel humorist Kirsten Koza talks about her travels in "the Stans," and her 1977 summer camp debacle in the USSR.

Best of Christchurch, New Zealand in 3 days

by Where Would You Go @ Where Would You Go

Christchurch is the second largest city of New Zealand and is the gateway to the South Island. After the devastating earthquake of 2011, the city is very much on the rebuild and there are still many beautifying works to be done. It may not be the same as before, but Christchurch still offers endless opportunity...

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Blue River Hotel 3

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh City Highlights - maps

Dù trở thành tỷ phú, CEO Amazon vẫn lái một chiếc Honda “cùi bắp”

Dù trở thành tỷ phú, CEO Amazon vẫn lái một chiếc Honda “cùi bắp”

by anle20 @ Anle20's Blog

Jeff Bezos là người giàu nhất thế giới, nhưng cho dù là một tỷ phú, ông vẫn lái một chiếc Honda Accord “cùi bắp” đi làm. Vị tỷ phú tiết kiệm một cách đáng ngạc nhiên – người sáng lập…

Phú Quốc, Sa Pa ‘cháy’ phòng dịp Tết Nguyên đán

by Vo Binh @ CÔNG TY DU LỊCH TOP TEN TRAVEL

Tình trạng hết phòng ở Phú Quốc, Hội An, Sa Pa xảy ra chủ yếu ở khách sạn 4-5 sao, những nơi còn phòng nhưng số lượng có hạn.

Rút kinh nghiệm từ những lần đưa gia đình đi du lịch trước đây, năm nay chị Kim Hạnh (TP HCM) quyết định đặt phòng tại khách sạn cao cấp để tránh tình trạng tăng giá trong dịp Tết. Chị Hạnh cho hay: “Tôi vừa gọi đặt phòng cho gia đình 13 người tại một resort ở Phú Quốc nhưng đã hết phòng từ mùng 1 đến 3 Tết”.

Ghi nhận tại The Shells Resort & Spa, Sài Gòn – Phú Quốc, Mercury Phú Quốc… đều hết phòng trong 3 ngày đầu năm, thậm chí có nơi mùng 5 mới có phòng trở lại. Nhiều chỗ chỉ còn loại căn biệt thự có vườn hướng biển, giá từ 6 đến 12 triệu đồng/ đêm.

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