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New Zealand – sweet as!

Author: Alex Km 14903 – Nelson, New Zealand ‘Sweet as’ is typical kiwi slang. They are not talking about your bum, as you might think. It means something like ‘ok’, ‘all good’ or ‘sounds good’. Kiwi? It is not only … Continue reading

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Australia – Outback, Southern Coast and Great Ocean Road – impressive animals and nature

Author: Jana Km 14797 – Nelson, New Zealand ALICE SPRINGS We are lucky with the weather and the desert sun is hidden behind clouds so that we have cooler days for some cycling. We make a couple smaller excursions into … Continue reading

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Australia – all the same, all so different? Same same but different?

Author: Jana Km 14753 – Nelson, New Zealand Australia: an early end of our journey? This thought comes to our mind as we think about the past two years of our travels and what has impressed us most. We have … Continue reading

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Indonesia – our last days in Asia on Lombok and Bali

Author: Alex Km 14448 – Wanaka, New Zealand This is it! Since Turkey we have been travelling through Asia (from a geographical perspective) and the two Indonesian islands Bali and Lombok are the last Asian ground we travel in (for … Continue reading

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Singapore – pure capitalism

Km 12 181 – Denpasar, Indonesia Author: Alex The population of Singapore is mostly Chinese, but there are many other people as well, like from Malaysia, India and other countries (offical languages: Chinese, English, Malay, Tamil). Apparently 1.2 Million guest … Continue reading

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Malaysia II – Asia’s diversity in one country

Km 12012 – Padangbai, Indonesia GAMBANG – LANGAWI After the Vipassana meditation we take the bus to Kuantan together with Thara, an Indian Malaysian. We talk for hours. The 26-year old tells us a lot about Malaysia and about a … Continue reading

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Musical Interlude

Km 11552 – Surabaya, Indonesia   No, today we will not write about new experiences or stories from faraway countries. Today it’s about music. One of the most wonderful presents that we received – a song about our journey: http://www.janpeters.eu/musik.htmlContinue reading

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