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Cu Chi tunnels information – outside Ho Chi Minh City

Cu Chi tunnels information (Củ Chi), Vietnam One of the most visited attractions in the southern parts of Vietnam is the Cu Chi tunnels. Having served in two major wars like the American-Vietnamese war in the 1960s and 1970s it now stands as a reminder of what once was. Cu chi tunnels information Getting to the […]

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Singapore, the cleanest city on earth

Things to do in Singapore Singapore is a country made up of almost one consisting city. Being founded in 1819 the location has made it a forum for many nationalities like Chinese, Malays, Indians and Europeans. Transportation Getting from the airport is not difficult. Like most airports there are shuttle and taxis on standbye to […]

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Siquijor, The Island Of Mystery

Siquijor, the island of mystery Wanting to go to Cebu island to go Whale Shark watching we headed of to the Dumaguete harbour o take the ferry. The ceres bus from Boracay/Caticlan takes about 6 hours on the same bus. So we figured this was the easy way. Arriving at the harbour we asked around […]

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Sanur, Bali – White beaches and big resorts

Sanur is a small village or city if you will just about 30 minutes from Ubud. A city located just by the beach and so has a lot of resorts and accommodation on offer so that you can enjoy all the fun the sea has to offer. Staying in Sanur can be cheap and can be expensive […]

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The Day of Silence – Nyepi, Balinese New Year

Nyepi is Balinese new year or often called “the Day of Silence”. It is a Hindu tradition mostly celebrated in Bali, Indonesia. Nyepi falls in march according to the Balinese calendar.Although it is a new year celebration, Nyepi is a day of fasting, meditation and self-reflection for the Balinese. As a Balinese you are not […]

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