Category Archives: Travel

  1. Mount Hagen to Tari by PMV Part 3

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    May 25, 2014 by farbolino

    5:00pm- Just an hour before the sunsets and darkness falls, passengers on the bus said hours ago that we would …
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  2. Mount Hagen to Tari by PMV Part 2

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    May 23, 2014 by farbolino

    The Limestone peaks of the Central Range jutted from the ground with full forests still clinging to their slopes. We …
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  3. Hitchhiking Borneo: Sepilok to Semporna

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    March 12, 2013 by farbolino

    I only had to walk half a kilometer from my hostel on the outskirts of Sepilok to reach the roundabout …
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  4. Hitchhiking Malaysian Borneo: Mt. Kinabalu to Sepilok

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    March 9, 2013 by farbolino

    As I stand at the edge of Kinabalu National Park waiting for cars to pass, I can hear the callings …
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  5. The costs of climbing Mount Kinabalu in one day.

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    March 7, 2013 by farbolino

    I figured I’d give some up to date information about climbing Mt. Kinabalu in one day since the cost of …
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  6. Ambuyat: The weirdest delicacy I’ve tried yet.

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    March 6, 2013 by farbolino

    While in Brunei, I knew I had to try ambuyat; so what is it? Wikipedia defines it as: Ambuyat is …
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  7. Muslims breast feed in public!?

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    March 5, 2013 by farbolino

    I guess there isn’t too much suspense as to the punch line of the story since it’s in the title, …
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  8. Getting a bamboo tattoo in Thailand

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    March 3, 2013 by farbolino

    In the last few years, Thailand has become a magnet for travelers, and in 2012 alone Thailand saw over 22 …
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  9. The English and their breakfast

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    February 23, 2013 by farbolino

    One of the perks of traveling to a foreign country is being able to eat the local food from the …
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  10. Yenangyaug Myanmar, a chance to give back.

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    February 22, 2013 by farbolino

    In between Yangon and Mandalay along the Irrawaddy river lies Yenangyaung, a place most tourists have never heard of, and …
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