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Keep Your Passwords Secure with a Password Manager

Published on September 12, 2017 (9 minutes read)

Do you have any of these bad password habits? Reuse your passwords because you cannot remember them? Using poor passwords because you do not…
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Shaving Your Head While Traveling

Published on September 10, 2017 (3 minutes read)

So you shave your head or are interested in trying it out? Head Shaving Benefits Dry your head easily. Can be cooler in hot weather. You can…
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Dental Hygiene Tips

Published on August 18, 2017 (4 minutes read)

As at home, when you travel, it is a good idea to take care of your teeth. Dental work can be expensive, perhaps even more than at home. See…
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Tools For Managing Trip Planning Notes

Published on August 11, 2017 (3 minutes read)

When planning a trip, it is a good idea to keep some research notes. Reference the planning notes as you continue your research and turn…
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Best Portable Music Options

Published on July 31, 2017 (5 minutes read)

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato Music can pick you up…
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Live In A New Country And Teach English Overseas

Published on February 01, 2007 (1 minutes read)

One way to travel and really see the culture of a country is to live there and work. Teaching English is one popular way to do this. You get…
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Cinque Terra - Five Lands - One Of My Favourite Destinations In Italy

Published on January 11, 2007 (1 minutes read)

Cinque Terra is an awesome location and one of my favourites in Italy. There is a train line that runs between the 5 towns along the…
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Airport Baggage Terminals - My Dream

Published on October 07, 2006 (1 minutes read)

It is one of my unrealistic dreams that one day people will learn that crowding around the baggage claim area does not make your baggage…
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Bako National Park - Proboscis Monkeys

Published on September 30, 2006 (4 minutes read)

Bako National Park has a nice variety of wildlife to see and is one of the better organised parks I went to in Eastern Malaysia. Some of the…
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Climbing Mount Kinabalu - Kota Kinabalu

Published on September 30, 2006 (2 minutes read)

Climbing Mount Kinabalu is not the easiest thing to do and is pretty much uphill the whole way! You start with a 6km walk to the base camp…
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Niah Caves - Batu Niah

Published on September 30, 2006 (4 minutes read)

The Niah Caves are 2 hours drive from Miri in Eastern Malaysia. The Niah Caves are well worth a visit and offer a different experience from…
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Semenggok Orangutan Wildlife Rehabilitation Feeding Area

Published on September 30, 2006 (2 minutes read)

Semenggok was a very enjoyable half day trip for me. The trick is to arrive early in the morning. There are feeding times around 9am and 3pm…
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Forgotten Your Bank ATM Card PIN Number?

Published on August 21, 2006 (1 minutes read)

Did you forget that pesky 4 digit PIN number code? Drink too many beers, been brainwashed by aliens, it happens to the best of us... I mean…
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Phuket - Patong Visa Run To Kawthaung, Myanmar (Burma) Via Ranong

Published on July 19, 2006 (4 minutes read)

Visa runs from Patong are provided by a few companies. There was one company offering a big double decker bus, but that looked like too much…
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Searching For Cheap Flights On The Web

Published on June 30, 2006 (1 minutes read)

Looking for a cheap flight on the Internet? There are a number of websites that provide lists of cheap airlines that fly from/to certain…
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Flight Ear Pain - Ease Airplane Pain caused by Cold/Flu etc

Published on June 07, 2006 (2 minutes read)

Ear pain and discomfort, or vertigo (dizziness), from air pressure changes during flights is a common problem. Ear pain will be increased…
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Really Cheap Perfumes In Asia - Are They For Real?

Published on February 22, 2006 (1 minutes read)

Cheap Perfumes can be found throughout Asia in stalls. I had always wondered if these remarkably cheap perfumes, that looked the real deal…
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Low Fare Airlines Explained - Take Advantage Of Cheap Flights

Published on January 14, 2006 (2 minutes read)

Low fare airlines amaze me. Companies like Ryanair often offer fares for pretty much nothing where you pretty much only pay the airport…
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Lost Credit Card - What Happens When Travelling

Published on January 14, 2006 (3 minutes read)

Lost your credit card whilst travelling? A lost credit card is a very good way to mess up your holiday. I lost my credit card once at the…
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Thailand Domestic Low Fare Airlines

Published on January 14, 2006 (3 minutes read)

Thailand has a number of cheap domestic airline options. Travelling by plan is normally the quickest way around a country and some of these…
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Air Asia - Quality Cheap Flights Throughout Asia

Published on January 13, 2006 (1 minutes read)

Air Asia are a low fare airline originating in Malaysia. Air Asia offer a selection of domestic and international flights within Thailand…
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Backpacking Tips List For Travellers

Published on October 24, 2005 (2 minutes read)

Travelling Tips for Backpackers: Backpack! Make sure you get a good quality and light weight backpack that fits you and is comfortable. Pack…
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Backpacking Travel List

Published on June 19, 2005 (8 minutes read)

As I was writing this out, I was wondering how it was all going to fit in... but I managed to stuff it all in by the end. Osprey Departure…
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Embassies - What they do and finding your Embassy in a Country

Published on June 19, 2005 (1 minutes read)

Embassies are a great place to find out your rights or seek help. They often provide detailed information, such as how long you are allowed…
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Travel Warnings - Country Health and International Security Information

Published on June 19, 2005 (1 minutes read)

When planning your holiday, it is always a good idea to keep up to date with current events and potential issues for the countries you are…
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