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Great little country on the classic silk road. Samarkand, Bhukara, Kiva, love it. :)
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The ban on television was lifted a good few years ago, so now the good people of Bhutan can be as miserable as the rest of us while enduring the latest talent(less) show or soap opera that’s being pumped into their homes like a great big digital fart. But happily – and take note good hippies of the road – ...
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i like azerbaijan
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Where to begin with Cambodia? Start with the amazing food everywhere you go, so fresh, terrific and distinct flavors. Then the beautiful people, always ready with a smile, always helpful, everyone in the tourist industry speaks English and it's easy to get around because of that. No matter where you go, pick up a copy of "Stay Another Day," available ...
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Armenia is a very rewarding travel destination. Very few travelers make it there. The highlight is undoubtedly meeting the people of Armenia who are very curious and willing to strike up a conversation with any foreigner who is interested enough in their country to travel there. There are also some incredible, remote monasteries to visit. Armenia has one of the ...
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The Hermit Kingdom is fascinating. It may not be the easiest place to get to and the requisite bus tour (for Americans) is annoying if you are a free spirit, but the hassles are more than worth it. One of the most interesting places on Earth. The Mass Games are an incredible time to visit. When else will you have ...
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got shot in the ass
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You want an adventure that’s a little off the beaten track? How about a place that few people can even pronounce, let alone spell? Step forward Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia in a nutshell. Isolated, landlocked and mountainous, this is the place to really get away from it all. The Kyrgyz people take hospitality very seriously, so you’ll be made to feel ...
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If you know one thing about Turkmenistan, it’s probably that from 1991 until 2006 it was run by the craziest dictator this side of the King of the Potato People. Saparmurat Niyazov aka Turkmenbashi was (in)famous for his golden statues (of himself, naturally) and burning desire to build an ice palace in the middle of the scorching hot desert. He ...
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It is quite a unique experience learning how the people are really designing a building a nation for themselves. It will be interesting to see how the offshore oil affects development, but for now everything is moving slow enough to observe on the ground. Still very difficult to travel around the rural areas without hiring a car. Some of the ...
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This is a British Indian Ocean territory....a paradise...white sand, blue waters, hermit crab as big as a basketball (coconut crabs), mussels as big as a tennis racket, scallops as big as your head...ha ha ha.
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