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The Sanctuary of Truth @ Pattaya By Maria Jean

The Sanctuary Of Truth is a temple construction in Pattya, Thailand. Thai people call it “Wooden Castle”. It is all made of wood and they built it without using nails. In this castle, you will find how talented Thai people are. You … Continue reading

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Barcelona By Kashif Ali

I went to Barcelona last week to attend the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2010. This is the most prestigious event in the GSM world. All the wireless related companies stage their stalls here displaying their products and future aspirations. Leading … Continue reading

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Siam Niramit Show, A review By Suhail Nasir

My recent trip to Bangkok, was quite long, so I decided to try the, much hyped, Siam Niramit Show. Its one of the most famous stage shows in the world. I took the sukhumvit line metro train and got off at the … Continue reading

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Belgrade (Serbia) By Kashif Ali

I went to Serbia in June – Below are some thoughts on it.                                 A typical Belgrade Street  I felt home (Pakistani style) as soon as I came out of the airplane, same diesel rich air, hot weather (temp 30c), … Continue reading

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Yun Nan Impressions by Joy Wang

I was told by many experienced travelers,  ‘Once you are in Yun Nan, you will never want to leave…’ I was pretty perplexed, is it because it’s too beautiful to leave, or something else holds you up?? With this puzzle hovering … Continue reading

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My Hajj Story By Kashif Ali

  I & my wife went for Hajj this year (Dec 2009). It was a great experience and we learned a lot from it. Believe me friends it is not an easy task. It requires a lot physical effort and … Continue reading

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Jordan And Dead Sea By Kashif Ali

      As I reached the Royal Jordanian airline check-in counter to board the flight to Amman, capital of Jordan (Urdan). Lady took my passport, tapped in my name into the system and then disappeared into their office asking me … Continue reading

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