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Travel Tidbits – Love bluegrass music? This cruise is for you

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By Chris Pizzello, AP

Love bluegrass music? This cruise is for you
What’s billed as the first bluegrass festival at sea will take place in early 2013… USA Today






Is a ‘Eurovegas’ in the cards for Spain?
Las Vegas mogul Sheldon Adelson (The Venetian, The Palazzo) is taking more steps to establish a gaming beachhead in Spain… USA Today





The Most Searched for Destinations for Summer 2012
The most searched for US destination for summer 2012 revealed … Budget Travel Online



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Lake Inle is among several areas in south or central Myanmar that welcome tourists drawn to the country’s natural beauty. ABOVE A fisherman at work.

So You Want to Go to Myanmar?
A cheat sheet on everything to know before planning a Myanmar trip… New York Times






The pool area at Frenchy's Oasis Motel in Clearwater Beach, Fla.
(Courtesy Frenchy’s Oasis Motel)

Secret Hotels of Florida’s Gulf Coast
We searched 800 miles of coastline to bring you the best hotels on Florida’s Gulf Coast … Budget Travel Online






Main Square in Trier Germany

48 Hours: Trier
Germany’s oldest city is marking 500 years since the Holy Robe was brought to its cathedral. But this isn’t the only relic of note … The Independent





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Bridges Around The World

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Henderson Waves Bridge

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Tower Bridge – London, UK


Banpo Bridge (South Korea): The Fountain Bridge


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Just Another Temple in Cambodia – But Oh wat a Temple!

A Word in Your Ear

If the King’s Palace in Cambodia is all too formal/expensive for you I have an alternative that is close by and does not cost a cent.   Walk up the road with the Palace walls to your left.  A couple of streets up on the right is a very old temple.

Gateway to temple complex

Everything here is crumbling but of course this adds to the ambience.

There were no mangy dogs and the monks are happy for you to look around.

There are some interesting statues in the grounds – not sure what is going on here!

Loved this statue

It really pays to screw your courage to the sticking post and have a wander off the beaten track – this is what you could find.  Amazing stuff. And of course you can have a  well-earned drink at the Foreign Correspondents Club just down the road.

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Bike Riding Through the Cambodian Countryside

Meandering along the Mekong – Can Tho, Vietnam

A Word in Your Ear

  A great base for exploring the floating markets of the Mekong and the backwaters of the Klongs.  The town has a bustling market that sells just about everything one could need for your DIY enthusiast and the food night market based along the riverside makes for good dining at affordable prices.  As soon as we arrived someone was giving us the hard sell for the markets and eventually we negotiated a price that everyone was happy with.  We opted for the longer tour and I’m glad we did as we saw a lot more than the shorter 2 hour trip offered.  First we visited Cai Rang market before heading onto Phong Dien Market.  We then went around the back of the Klongs to see village life which included a walk, a visit to a paper rice cottage industry and a family breeding pythons for money.   There were the two of us in the boat and we only saw a handful…

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