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Seven Hidden Treasures Of China You've Never Heard Of
Submitted by tomcarter on 2007-09-05 05:10:43 (via www.chinaexpat.com)
From China Expat Magazine. Includes "China's Five Most Beautiful Villages: A Photo Essay by Tom Carter"
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The Two Faces of Macau
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2007-09-01 03:17:04 (via www.seadolby.com)
Macua, the Chinese SAR that lives by night and sleeps by day!   More...
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The American Largesse
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2007-08-21 14:19:10 (via www.seadolby.com)
Whilst America is a beautiful country filled with history and great people, it is also a very large country in more ways than geography! Large appetites, large pollution statistics, large military, large mouths ......... just an observation folks!   More...
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Tambacounda to Kayes
Submitted by Sparky on 2007-08-18 09:33:52 (via www.moxon.net)
There comes a point in every nightmare journey when things have already gone so spectacularly wrong, that you have no choice but to give in and laugh. It's a huge relief when this happens; it means you can get on with enjoying the awfulness of the trip instead of worrying about whether you're actually going to get anywhere.   More...
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The Real Pirates of the Caribbean - A Short Life and a Merry One
Submitted by sogonow on 2007-08-16 15:32:32 (via www.sogonow.com)
"Are ye a pirate, sir? Well then, sign aboard," says Joseph Garvey, brandishing a flintlock pistol as he beckons visitors into the Pirates of Nassau Museum.   More...
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Trekking in Kenya
Submitted by markfoe on 2007-08-15 05:41:37 (via www.gotomountkenya.com)
It's February and today is a hot sunny day with clear blue skies just like any other day in February.

Before going to bed, I make sure the vehicle is in good shape.   More...
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Interview with an American photojournalist in China
Submitted by tomcarter on 2007-08-13 13:10:46 (via www.blacksmithbooks.com)
CHINA: Portrait of a People author and photographer Tom Carter expounds on Chinese censorship, peasant riots and how insolvency helped inspire his new book in this first exclusive interview.   More...
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Bisay Falls at Mt. Kairukan
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-11 01:10:32 (via coconuter.blogspot.com)
In the outskirts of Morong exists a small village tucked away in the rolling mountains. Aetas (or Aytas / Kulot) or those with Aeta lineage make up most of the community's population. Apart from them, it is unlikely you will see anyone else journeying up the mountain on a regular basis. But the few who do come closer to another Philippine treasure.
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Kenya Mountain
Submitted by markfoe on 2007-08-07 06:42:39 (via www.gotomountkenya.com)
At 3am next morning Evans woke us up. I was in a deep sleep and sitting up quickly, I knocked the frozen perspiration from the roof of the tent on to us - a sort of frozen shower! We dressed, had a cup of tea and packed our gear. T   More...
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Morong - BTPI and the Hanging Bridge
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-03 23:02:43 (via coconuter.blogspot.com)
Stitches out and wound healing, I felt ready to go exploring once more. Hearing about the quiet and beautiful provincial area south of Olongapo and Subic Base convinced me to check the area out. Thus, I decided to head away from the national highway and veer off towards the distant city of Morong in Bataan.
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