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Passage eclair au Myanmar
From Myanmar, Wednesday, 28 March 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/travelling_chouchi/story/4263/Myanmar/Passage-eclair-au-Myanmar
NORMAL DAY AT WORK (well almost)
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From Haiti, Monday, 24 September 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/kgent/story/9477/Haiti/NORMAL-DAY-AT-WORK-(well-almost)
My sad adventure in Hungary
This is so stupid, I hated this place.
From Hungary, Monday, 30 July 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/matt_muir/story/10602/Hungary/My-sad-adventure-in-Hungary
Apologies
I'm still trying to work out how to reply to comments.  It's not as straight forward as it should be ... I'll try to investigate some more on the weekend :/
From Poland, Thursday, 8 March 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/twoflower/story/3711/Poland/Apologies
Never Ending Jet Lag
Yet another morning waking up at 4 a.m... Does the jet lag ever end?  At least the sunrise is nice from the balcony...
From India, Wednesday, 16 May 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/randomstance/story/5445/India/Never-Ending-Jet-Lag
Li-Bear-ian's story
Teddy Li-Bear-ian has been across Russia by train and ship, visited Hungary and is now in Turkey - here are a few pics of his progress.
From Turkey, Wednesday, 19 September 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/patlynne/story/9323/Turkey/Li-Bear-ians-story
smilling cappuccinos
At the end of March, I took off to Europe with my friend Elizabeth. Not much can be published about our misadventures, but we did have a good time. We visited...
From France, Monday, 31 March 2003
journals.worldnomads.com/stephhef/story/2647/France/smilling-cappuccinos
Got smashed!!!
Went surfing again. It was rough out there.  A storm was brewing off the Queensland coast and it made the waves big & messy.  I walked out of the water exhausted....
From Australia, Wednesday, 5 July 2006
journals.worldnomads.com/wayne/story/6159/Australia/Got-smashed!!!
Toilets
It's amazing the things you find interesting in another place. In this particular instance the toilet is an adventure. I haven't ventured to try any of the buttons ...
From Japan, Thursday, 15 November 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/butlerkathy/story/11699/Japan/Toilets
Dearly Departed
The jornal has finally given up the ghost due to a lack of interesting things to tell you all about. What I will miss the most is comments from strangers telling ...
From United Kingdom, Monday, 24 December 2007
journals.worldnomads.com/gentlesue/story/13256/United-Kingdom/Dearly-Departed

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Mr. Soon, 67 years old, a traditional craftman in George Town, Penang, worked his entire life as a weaver of bamboo and rattan trades. Comes with skillful hands and trained by parents since young, for more than 50 years, he carried this trade as his life and soul till to date. Seen in the picture, is a seemingly blunt triangular knife that cuts nothing but the bamboo, it was passed down by his late parents and it is more than a century old.: by theforgottenbambooandrattantrade, Views[174]
Mr. Soon, 67 years old, a traditional craftman in George Town, Penang, worked his entire life as a weaver of bamboo and rattan trades. Comes with skillful hands and trained by parents since young, for more than 50 years, he carried this trade as his life and soul till to date. Seen in the picture, is a seemingly blunt triangular knife that cuts nothing but the bamboo, it was passed down by his late parents and it is more than a century old.

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