A Journey to George Orwell's Burma

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A Journey to George Orwell's Burma

It was a tranquil and beautiful scene: the slow trickle of water on the shores was complemented with family chatter and laughter in the background. Fishing boats were off in the distance, and life moved at a peaceful cadence.

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One Day in the Sultanate of Brunei

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One Day in the Sultanate of Brunei

It is a particularly vulnerable feeling when you find yourself alone in a foreign place, it’s dark out because the sun hasn’t risen yet, no one speaks your language, your senses are depleted, and your mind is foggy due to a sleepless overnight bus

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The Hustle and History of Jakarta

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The Hustle and History of Jakarta

Yet amidst the noise and traffic lies the city’s roots as an international trading hub colonized by the Dutch. Combined with festive street food, national landmarks, Indonesia’s banking center, and large shopping plazas, Jakarta is an exciting city to explore.

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The KPIs of Travel

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The KPIs of Travel

 my friend Dave asked me how much I planned to spend. "$10-$12,000 for the 9 months" I replied. He responded, "it would be interesting to track how much you spend and see if you hit that target"

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