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#54 – The Culture – Malacca, Malaysia (Part 2)

Christ Church Melaka 1753. Malacca was founded by the Last Raja of Singapura (Singapore) aka. Parameswara in the late 1300s-1400s.  Then later came a series of powers which either exchanged hands at Malacca or was a vital ally in which fortifications

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#46 – Yangon, Myanmar (Part 2)

There is a circular train in Yangon that takes you from the city central to the outskirts of the city and is in my opinion the best way to get a glimpse and photo ops of what life is like

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#45 – Yangon, Myanmar (Part 1)

 Sorry for it to seem like we’re in Myanmar forever, but here I am with the next update finally!!! Up above is the Shwedagon Pagoda, the single most important religious site in all of Myanmar.  At over 100 meters high,

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