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#57 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia

So on the record, I officially have the worst track record of posting … posts.  For that, I have no excuse but a good chuckle, and a rub of my belly, I mean abs… I mean ab.  Those who are

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#56 – Jakarta, Indonesia

It’s really been a long time since I’ve written my last post.  I have started and probably unknowingly forgotten many valuable details.  I guess I’m the one to blame… sorry!!! Haha.  Anyways, I don’t know why I came up with

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#55 – Diving for PADI – Ko Tao, Thailand

Ko Tao is literally a divers paradise located in the Gulf of Thailand along with Ko Samui (tourist central, as mentioned before) and Ko Pang’an (The infamous Full Moon Party island) working as a triple threat of Thai archipelago.  Ko

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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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#53 – The Fatty – Malacca, Malaysia (Part 1)

The next World Heritage City I visited was Malacca (known as in the West, and spelled Melaka in Malaysian).  The first time around Malaysia I had only briefly considered a stop here as my research fell short of producing anything

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#52 – Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Initially landed in Kota Kinabalu (commonly referred to as just KK) prior to the Mt. Kinabalu climb, and upon returning to the capital of Sabah I had the chance to explore it for a few days and rest my legs.

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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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