Cambodia winter 2016

After a long day yesterday, we went to bed at 10pm, woke up around 7am without problems. We spent the whole day visiting the temples in the Siem Reap area, including the infamous Angkor Wat temple! In the evening, we stayed in the touristic center of Siem Reap, explored the city and went to a […]

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The big Indochina trip: an excursion to Pattaya 

I don’t know when or where I heard it but the name Pattaya has stuck in my mind as a place to go for beaches and nightlife. Some quick research showed that Pattaya is pretty touristic and that you can do much better for relaxing at the beach, and since I’m not much of a […]

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Romantic night on the Cruise – Chaopraya River, Bangkok Thailand

New Year is coming… One of the most romantic place for New Year countdown in Bangkok is on Chaopraya cruise! Bangkok girl like me loves the river so much. I like to find a nice restaurant where I can sit next to the river in a very good vibe surrounded by romantic light, beautiful song and […]

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What is wrong with all the Sub-Googles

What is wrong with all these Sub-Googles ? Like Google Adsense, Google my Business, Google Maps, Google Local Guides, …. Do the work with amateurs, volunteers or assholes ? Or the not have any interest in their work ? 1/ Let we start with Google my Business. @googlemybiz We stay in a 5 floor building […]

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Scientists discover 163 new species in Greater Mekong region: WWF

A newt discovered in Thailand’s Chiang Rai Province, Tylototriton anguliceps, has stunning red and black markings that resemble a Klingon from the movie Star Trek. Photo: Porrawee Pomchote/ WWF A rainbow-headed snake resembling David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust character, a dragon-like lizard and a newt that looks like a Klingon from the movie Star Trek are […]

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Indonesia palm output seen extending growth in Nov: Reuters survey

(Source: http://www.businesstimes.com.sg) Indonesia’s crude palm oil (CPO) output likely rose by 8 per cent in November from a month ago, while exports fell slightly, a Reuters survey showed. [JAKARTA] Indonesia’s crude palm oil (CPO) output likely rose by 8 per cent in November from a month ago, while exports fell slightly, a Reuters survey showed. […]

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Art with heart: The bravest people in Colombia put conflict aside for naked human art installation

Presented by Thailand is just one country among many that faces on-going tensions and the human toll that they take. Sometimes it’s hard to see past the newspaper articles, the talking heads on TVs and the social media status updates, to the bigger picture – the lives of real people. That’s where this inspiring video […]

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Thailand – Memories of the late monarch

An auto shop in downtown Bangkok comes up with a way of preserving newspaper cuttings GLO AUTO, which bills itself as an expert in internal maintenance and repairs to cars, planes and yachts, pays respect to the His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej by introducing a new technology that prevents newspaper pages from deteriorating […]

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Phnom Penh: The Capital City With A Provincial Charm

After an awesome experience in Vietnam, I am now crossing borders to Cambodia. First stop is Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. It is situated at the confluence of 3 rivers; Mekong, Bassac and Tonle Sap. Phnom Penh is the busiest and wealthiest city in Cambodia. Phnom Penh still exudes provincial charm compared to other modern Asian capitals. […]

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George Soros Is Funding Facebook’s “Third-Party Fact Checking” Organization Targeting “Fake News”

Behind almost every liberal crusade of the past several decades, from the blocking of voter ID laws to the Syrian refugee crisis, there has been one man quietly pulling the puppet strings from the background: George Soros. So imagine our complete shock when we discovered Soros to be the financing source behind Facebook’s “third-party fact […]

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