Culture and Travel

Check the local rags and mags: As I mentioned before, most SE Asian countries have English-written guides. That's because in a number of countries there, there is already an established community of expatriates. If you are looking to just find your bearings and want a safe bet on places to go, pick one up.

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First reason. The people that you meet are completely different as you get further from home and further from places with media influence. If you are a good person at heart then you will run into hundreds of other good people, along with fellow travelers that can guide you in directions that no one else could.

I've always been fascinated with how big the world is. I always looked at maps and pictured myself visiting all of the cool places the world has to offer. My family was fortunate enough to travel when we where younger but we only always visited the same place. So I had traveled a lot but only to one place. This always tickled my travel bug and made me want to travel even more.

I've always been fascinated with how big the world is. I always looked at maps and pictured myself visiting all of the cool places the world has to offer. My family was fortunate enough to travel when we where younger but we only always visited the same place. So I had traveled a lot but only to one place. This always tickled my travel bug and made me want to travel even more.

This scotch does not taste like scotch: Drinks are a quarter of the price than what you'd find in Europe or in the U.S., the reason being that many of the typical name brands are regionally produced and use local ingredients, so don't be shocked when your beloved Grey Goose on ice tastes a little different from what you are used to. Use the opportunity to try some very interesting locally produced spirits.


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