Tibet – Across the Tibetan plateau- Part 1

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Rate our ReviewsTibetan Plateau…Dedicated to – To Edward Rogers 1969 – 2015. ‘This is the highest toilet on earth’ our guide trilled, waking me from my 5th nap of the day. We had left Shigatse some 5-6 hours ago and despite the spectacular scenery along the way, the rocking motion of our 4WD lulled me […]

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Bijan Exotic Food

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Rate our ReviewsBijan Restaurant…The truth is always a reality.  The Epicurean wanders around the world, enjoying the tastes of foods, smells, mixtures, spices and atmosphere. Every new taste is another experience.  Throw in some ambiance, privacy and service and the world turn into a comforting place to travel. Such a place was said to be […]

Sumatra, Indonesia- Tarzan, Jane and the jungle

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Rate our ReviewsSumatra, Indonesia…It was the sound of the jungle that took a hold of me; an indescribable, mad symphony of sounds at full volume with no control to turn down. The deep guttural bass of frogs, the roaring rush of the river,  the incessant click-clicking of crickets, and the sudden screech of a squawking […]

Siem Reap Cambodia ” The Apsaras bid me ”

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Rate our ReviewsSiem Reap….The evening had gone and the night was still young. I remembered a song sung by Bon Jovi with “I am young enough to still see, the passionate boy I used to be, but I am old enough to say that I got a good look at the other side. I know […]

Cambodia, Siem Reap – Musings about UNESCO & history

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Rate our ReviewsCambodia and the ruins of Siem Reap attract more than a million tourists every year. Its ruins and forest locations have found places in many Hollywood films. The storylines revolve around ancient Hindu kingdoms, myths and adventure stories connected with archaeology. I watched the Hollywood movie “The Tomb Raider” which showed the hero, as well […]