This embraces Turkey which in turn is divided into the Asian side and the European side.  I am reminded of the Bosphorus sea.  The structures within the area are elegant and kingly.
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On June 7, 2012 at 1825 we checked in at the Emirates counter at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport where we were provided boarding passes firstly to Dubai under EK 333  which would take eight Read more!

As  an offshoot of our projected visit  to the Asia Pacific Publishers Association General Assembly  on February 27-March 2, 2005 in Islamabad, Pakistan, I, Ogie and Tan Wu Cheng of the Singapore Read more!

It took us three (3) hours to reach Phonsavan where the Plain of Jars is located.
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Encircled by mountains and set 700 meters above sea level at the confluence of the Nam Khan (Khan River) and the Mekong River, the city’s mix of gleaming temple roofs, crumbling French provincial

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It  belongs to  Italy, under the Sicily Region, Agrigento Province under Mayor Sebastiano Bruno Siracusa (since May 28, 2005).
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Mahayana or Buddhist Tibetan gompas (monasteries) dominate the Ladakh landscape. They are still active places of worship and teaching.

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On May 11, 2012 we took the Adria Airline flight for Kosovo.  Upon arrival  at Kosovo, after an airplane flight of one (1) hour and forty five(45) minutes  I found no difficulty passing through immigration Read more!

Last July, we proceeded to Amman, Jordan passing through Dubai.  We stayed at the Canyon Botique Hotel.  It’s a small ultra modern hotel  where dining room is called Eden and to symbolize the picture Read more!

Varanasi, city of Shiva,  on the bank of the sacred Ganges is one of the holiest places  in India. Hindu pilgrims came to bathe in the waters of the Ganges, a ritual which washes  away all sins. The city Read more!