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By Rich Luhrs While not nearly as famous or touristed as England's Stonehenge, the Plain of Jars in northern Laos...
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By Scott Liam Soper After searching for a neat sounding architecture tour of the city I live in, I signed...
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By Mizaru Phnom Penh is not yet a CNN.go city. What it is is a go-kart city. Every sound and...
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By Ben Cowles After canning it up the hill at what must have been record speed, I couldn’t get off...
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By David Wills During my three years in South Korea, there wasn’t much the locals would say to me about...
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By Iwazaru How do you stop a scammer? You contact the police, present evidence of the scam and wait for...
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By Iwazaru If you’re planning on travelling this winter pay very close attention to whom that travel agent is claiming...
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By Iwazaru Seven full days into the more than 400 kilometer pilgrimage across the Korean peninsula in an attempt to...
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By Mizaru In the sun cased morning Sokcho is just like it’s supposed to look. The pretty blue colors on...
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By Jake Reed Six years after first moving to Asia and I find myself becoming lazy. Lazy in my desire...
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By Simon Phillips On December 4, a motley crew of academics, explorers, and journalists will pioneer a journey which has...
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By 3WM After months of ratcheted up pressure on forums and then via 3WM and finally through the Korea Herald,...
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By Belle Crawford In Singapore we met a blind musician who plays a keyboard and sings in the underground near...
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By Jake Reed This is Part 2 of Jake's Chengdu travel. Read Part 1 here. Chengdu might not be the...
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By Sam Sheppard Overwhelmingly, at least until the earthquake struck, the Koreans I met chose to ignore Japan as much...
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