Monthly Archives: July 2011

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur was the last stop on our journey. We arrived to a city in lockdown! Good morning Malaysia! So unable to get into the city we had to navigate another way to our hotel. I guess we’re walking again … Continue reading

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Stupefied in Siem Reap

Our first day here was a visit to Angkor and the surrounding ruins. Robin and I had really been looking forward to this part of the trip and we were not disappointed. Angkor Wat is truly deserving of its wonder … Continue reading

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Chiang Mai

We had 4 days in Chiang Mai to relax poolside. As we had done most of the tourist jaunts last year we decided we would seek out local places. The one exception to this was Ban Tawaii. A woodcarving district … Continue reading

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Bargains in Bangkok

Now seasoned Thailand travelers the kids were excited to be spending a layover in Bangkok, as long as it involved a visit to MBK, so they could challenge each other to Mario Kart! Nothing like travelling half way round the … Continue reading

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Ahoy from Halong Bay

The night train from Sapa deposited us back in Hanoi at 4am -as we weren’t due to leave for Halong Bay until 8.30am we sat by the lake and watched the vietnamese arrive on mass for their morning Thai Chi … Continue reading

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