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Going deeper underground in Vietnam

Phong Nha National Park is home to the biggest caves in the world. They are only the second time I have seen caves in my life – after the Lod Cave in Pai – so I’ve taken quite a drastic upturn in my cave experiences recently. Good thing they were awesome then.

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Not quite a candlelight dinner in Toyko

I’m still trying to figure out why exactly I liked it. It was more tacky than extravagant at times. But even then it was hilarious.

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Pretty in pink: The cherry blossoms in Toyko

If there’s one thing Japan do well, apart from eating raw fish, it’s beautiful parks. These guys know how to landscape gardens and they like doing it a lot.

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Your guide to the City of Smiles

“My Thailand philosophy equates to one of non-planning… this country is that easy to travel around, and rigid plans may decrease your opportunity to ride the moped of spontaneity.”

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Backpacking the Skinny Country

Diverse, beautiful and affordable, the skinny country is every budget backpackers dream. One can start the journey in the country’s capital, Hanoi.

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