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ARGENTINA

AUSTRALIA

 

Check out my other Visit Victoria 2011 9 Days experiences by clicking the picture below:
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Day 1: Causeway 353 Hotel, Federation Square, Chinatown, SouthBank, Eureka Skydeck 88, Tutto Bene and Crown Casino

Day 2: Dandenong Ranges, On Puffing Billy, Olinda, Sassafras, Miss Maple’s Tea Room, Yarra Valley, Domaine Chandon, Sebel Lodge Hotel and Balgownie

Day 3: Global Ballooning, Rochford Winery, Yarra Valley Dairy, Rayners Stonefruit Orchard, Giant Steps, Koala Conservation Centre, Waves Apartments and Phillip Island Nature Park

Day 4: A Maze N Things, San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op, Heritage Farm at Churchill Island and Dinner at Taylors Waterfront Restaurant

Day 5: Panny’s Chocolate Factory, Mornington Peninsula, Max’s at Red Hill Estate, Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm, Gordon Studio Glass Blowers, Brooklands Best Western and The Rock

Day 6: Horse Riding at Gunnamatta Equestrian Centre, The Baths, Ashcombe Maze & Water Gardens, Peninsula Hot Springs and Dinner at Hotel Sorrento

Day 7: Sand Sculpting Exhibition, St. Kilda, Dinner onboard the Colonial Tramcar, Bar tour With Michelle Matthews of Deck of Secrets.

Day 8: Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar, Coffee Tour, Shark Walk, Victoria Market and Chinatown

Day 9: Gold Class Limousines and Goodbye Australia

CAMBODIA

Siem Reap Adventure 4 Days 3 Nights

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Siem Reap Cambodia Day 1: AirAsiaGo.com Package, Tonle Mekong Restaurant, Angkor Spirit Palace Hotel, Lake Tonle Sap, Killing Field, Pub Street and Le Tigre de Fapier

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 2: Angkor Wat, Bayon, Banteay Srei, Roluos Group Temples, Bakong, Preah Ko and Lo Lei

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 3 Part One: Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, Eastern Mebon, Pre Rup

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 3 Part Two: Sras Srang, Ta Prohm / Tomb Raider Temple, Ta Keo, Banteay Kdei, Prasat Kravan, Phnom Bakheng

HONG KONG

INDONESIA

Honeymoon in Bali 5 days 4 nights (click picture below to read)

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Day 1: Uluwatu Temple, Klapa Beach Club and Dreamland Luxury Villa and Spa

Day 2: Kintamani Mount Batur, Tirtha Empul, Babi Guling at Ibu Roka, Ubud Market, Tegalalang Rice Paddy Terrace, Bebek Bengil at The Pond, Spa at Dreamland Luxury Villa

Day 3: Dreamland Luxury Villa & Spa, La Beau Kunti Villa and 168 Japanese Buffet Restaurant

Day 4: Water sport and Snorkelling at Honeymoon Beach Club in Nusa Dua, Turtle Island Visit, Jimbaran Sunset Dinner and Partying at Kudeta

Day 5: Spa in La Beau Kunti Villa, Shopping at Kuta Market and Goodbye Bali!

MACAU

MALAYSIA

SINGAPORE

THAILAND

2009 Thailand Krabi Trang 5 Days 4 Nights Holiday (click picture below to read)

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Day 1: Ku La Ka Sai Restaurant, Tham Le Cave, Pak Meng Beach Resort

Day 2 Part 1: Pak Meng Beach, Koh Chuak Island and Koh Mah Island

Day 2 Part 2: Koh Kradan Island, Emerald Cave (Marakot) at Koh Mook Island and Sunset Pak Meng Beach

Day 3: Krabi Duck Noodle, Tiger Cave Temple, Krabi Fisheries Research Center, Aonang, Azzurra Italian Restaurant.

Day 4: Four Island Tour Excursion and Visiting Krabi Town

Day 5: Breakfast at McDonalds Ao Nang and Goodbye Thailand

UAE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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Part 1: Best Western President Hotel New York Review

Part 2: USA Brooklyn Diner, The Finer Diner

Part 3: Times Square New York Night Experience: Absolutely Breathtaking

Part 4: Hershey’s Times Square Review, New York City, USA

Part 5: Toys ‘R Us, Times Square, New York City

Part 6: American Breakfast at Pigalle, New York City, USA

Part 7: Macy’s Herald Square, NYC: The Largest Departmental Store in the World

Part 8: Dinner at Hudson Cafeteria, Hudson Hotel

Part 9: The Real Subway: New Yorker Subway Experience

Part 10: Chipotle Mexican Grill

Part 11: Wall Street, New York

Part 12: The Central Park, Manhattan

Part 13: A Walk at the Tragic 9/11 Site: Ground Zero at World Trade Center Path Station, NYC

Part 14: Rockefeller Center Top of the Rock Observation Deck Manhattan View Pictures

Part 15: The New York City 2 Hour Semi Circle Manhattan Cruise: Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges

Part 16: The Statue Of Liberty

Part 17: Madame Tussaud’s Wax Musuem, New York City

 

ORIS Col Moschin Travel Mission in Tioman Island Malaysia
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Travel Mission ORIS Col Moschin Part 1: Journey to Mission Destination, Tioman Island, MALAYSIA

Travel Mission Oris Col Moschin Part 2: Platoon Formations

Travel Mission Oris Col Moschin Part 3: Missions and Finale

Travel Mission Oris Col Moschin Part 4: NEW Oris Col Moschin Limited Edition in MALAYSIA 

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    I like to go Thailand. Thailand is my favorite place. I love beach. Thailand beaches are very beautiful and famous. The beach is winding, narrow in parts and has character, with rocky outcrops and a lovely cluster of stlit bars and restaurants at one end. Waves can be a problem for small children, especially at the start of the season, i.e. December/January.
    The bungalows aren’t cheap but the location – Andaman Sea on one side, wildlife-rampant rainforest the other, and Thailand’s scuba superb Similan islands 64 km offshore makes them worthwhile.
    Tour groups haven’t got here yet, tho’ plenty of North Europeans have.
    The one horse town of Khao Lak provides basic shops and restaurants. Best time Nov-March, but showers may happen anytime.

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