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JSA and DMZ tour-Seoul, S.Korea

Korea is a country that many people know, has been split into two. The country got split during the Korean War. The country is technically still at war, but a cease fire was signed to stop the fighting. This then lead to the creation of the DMZ(Demilitarized Zone) and the JSA(Joint Security Area). This is




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Dragons of Halong Bay

4 hours north of Hanoi lays one of the natural wonders of the world. Its the home of dragons and caves that house them. It has many corners for dragons to hide behind as well. With large mountains emerging from the sea giving many a sight to see. I began my journey to Halong bay




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The Lanterns of Hoi An

There is a little town just out side the city of Danang, called Hoi An. It houses an ancient townsite built around the river. Its the site of some beautiful bridges and the best tailors in all of Vietnam. Every full moon tho the lights go out in this town. Of course this is due




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The Sanddunes of Vietnam-Mui Ne

We are working our way up the Vietnamese coast. To look at Vietnam from a map it appears as a giant coast line. So we are going to explore the coast line. About 5 hours from HCMC lays a little coastal town, called Mui Ne. I think most people only spend a day or two




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A City Once Called Saigon-Ho Chi Minh City

Revisiting cities I have previously visited has been interesting. Last time I was in Vietnam I was part of a tour. I generally like to travel at a pretty slow pace and get a real feel for a place. When I did the tour we went real fast through Vietnam. They were long action packed




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Thailand-April 2016 Photo Essay

This is a collection of my favourite photographs that I took in Thailand this past April. Many of the photos are in other posts some are new ones. Hope you enjoy and if you enjoyed please feel free to share with anyone else who may enjoy them!   Thank you everyone for the visit. -Jesse




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The Ladyboy Cabaret- Chiang Mai

Thailand is known for many things, great beaches, great food, beautiful scenery and ladyboys. The ladyboys of Thailand do exist. You will see them when you spend any amount of time in Thailand. Sometimes you might not even know, other times its very evident. Thailand seems to be fine with the existence of its ladyboys.




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The Iron Bridge-Chiang Mai

Not too far from the Chiang Mai night Bazaar lies a cool little bridge. The bridge does not see to many tourists as it does not offer the most magnificent views in the world, but still has a nice view across the Ping River. During the day it looks like an ordinary bridge,but at night




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The Street Art Of Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, a city that constantly offers more! I love this city. I hadn’t really ever taken notice of the street art around the city, until one night a friend pointed out that the city was filled with tons of very beautiful and interesting street art. Over the past bit of jumping in and out