Saigon, the capital city of the onetime French Cochinchina and independent South Vietnam subsequently, is today, maintaining more than 10 million inhabitants, the largest metropolitan area in Vietnam. Coming, myself, to this country in search of some new great adventures, Saigon coincided to be my first stop. And here are some of my impressions of this crazy, […]
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After the cessation of Singapore from the Malay federation in the year 1965, Lee Kuan Yew, the first prime minister and the so-regarded father of that new, tiny island nation, claimed his intention of transforming Singapore from a third world country to a first world country in a single generation. Today,
Go to Part 1 I had immediately taken an earnest liking to the spot where I had camped, but it was only later, when the warmth of a newly arrived sunlight forced me to open my eyes and behold the dew on my tent’s roof glimmering under it, that, captivated by such an atmosphere, I left my […]
Go to Part 2 Since that very first moment I set my foot on the fascinating land of Sumatra, the anticipation of one oncoming juncture was constantly prevailing in my wild fantasies. And that’s so, only as far as it concerns anticipation. When it concerns fancies, that occurrence, that was, now, soon to take place, […]
Fuzhi Shan is a small mountain located in north Zhejiang province, China. Despite its not so impressive elevation of 835 amsl, it is anyway a very beautiful mountain, definitely worth the visit.