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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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#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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#51 – Mt. Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Mt. Kinabalu (UNESCO World Heritage Site, 2000) is in Kinabalu National Park located on the island of Borneo in the state of Sabah belonging to East Malaysia!  I haven’t ever heard of Mount Kinabalu, nor was I planning to visit

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#50 – Eat, Sleep, Sight-see – Around Bangkok (Part 3)

Wat Arun aka. “Temple of Dawn”, one of the best views across the Chao Phraya River especially at sunset when the temple is illuminated, and the sky features a gradient of colours from the setting sun.  This time there was

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