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#22 – Angkor – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Angkor Wat. Constructed by The Khmer King Suryavarman II, Angkor Wat was considered as one of the largest religious Hindu temples in the world.  It is also estimated as the largest sandstone and laterite temple in the world.  Approximately 300,000

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#14 – Halong Bay, Vietnam (Part 4)

 Finally, I reached the last leg of my Vietnam trip.  I got to visit another UNESCO World Heritage destination, Halong Bay.

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#12 – Accident – Nha Trang, Vietnam (Part 2)

Getting off the overnight train from Saigon, Nate and I were both looking forward to Nha Trang, known for their beaches and resorts.  What story would it be without a motorbike story in Vietnam?

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#5 – Reggae Bar – Penang, Malaysia

At Batu Ferringhi Beach, Penang with Michael (Florida), Tom (Florida), Paulina (Poland), and Xiaoyou (Beijing) holding the camera.

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