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A Journey Through Asia
A travelogue with photos of a trip to Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.
http://www.mcjames.com/seasia/intro/intro.html
Adventure in Southeast Asia 2000
Features travel diary from Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore and also includes practical advice and a hotel guide.
http://home.c2i.net/janarild/asia2000/menu.html
Asia Travel Forum
A Yahoo club created to exchange information on traveling in Asia or living there. More than 1000 members participate already.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/asiatravel/
B's Travels in Asia
Gain insights into culture, history, politics, people, and food as you follow b's reports from the field as he travels, lives and works throughout the continent and beyond.
http://www.angelfire.com/la/bneworleans/whereb.html
Bangkok and Ibiza, the places to be
Bangkok and Ibiza, a private Website with pictures and information.
http://www.ibiza-bangkok.com
Burma (Myanmar)
A photographic and descriptive account of a seven day visit to Burma (now Myanmar) in 1987.
http://www.oboylephoto.com/burma/index.htm
Five Weeks from Qinghai to Hong Kong
Journey by public transport to the Tibetan regions of Sichuan and Qinghai Provinces (Aba, Jiuzhi and Muli counties), to Dazu and Chishui and through Guizhou and Guangxi Provinces to Macau and Hong Kong.
http://www.alphalink.com.au/~dawa/china00.htm
Gerard & Mila touring through Asia
Gerard and Mila are touring through Asia. They send us emails and photos and we place it on the net. Guided by maps and pictures we can keep track of our friends.
http://www.lunchbreak.net/gemitour/
Ian's Photographic Journey
Themed photo galleries and travel notes from the author's holidays in China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Pakistan and other countries.
http://fotojourn.tripod.com/
Japan and Beyond
Tom and Marie Grant share a personal account of life in Japan, Japanese society, culture and travel, and tours of Vietnam, China, Thailand, Seoul, Australia, and Hong Kong.
http://www.biz2web.com/grant/letters.htm
Jay Dunn, Photojournalist
Uunveils the most unexpected and beautiful moments: shadows and light, rituals and romance, the passion and poetry of many cultures flowing together. Travels to China, Japan, India, Korea and Vietnam.
http://www.deceptionbay.com/
JayHawk's Eyrie
This site contains, amongst others, poetry and travelogues set in Egypt, Syria, Jordan, India, Nepal, China and Tibet written by me, JanJaap van den Hurk.
http://www.eyrie.demon.nl/
Kenyir Lake Adventure
Travel with us to Kenyir Lake, the largest man-made freshwater lake in South East-Asia. Lots of pictures.
http://kenyirlake.tripod.com
Laos Travel
Images, information and travel stories regarding travel in Laos, with emphasis on Luang Prabang. Includes related links.
http://www.laostravel.info
Lonesome Traveler
Contains travel journals and photos from Thailand and Cambodia.
http://lonesometraveller.tripod.com
My Dive Weekend in Sipadan: Not a Hostage
While the writer sat 50 metres down the beach staring at the stars, divers in the next resort were being rounded up by gunmen. This is the start of this unusual travelogue on an island off Borneo.
http://www.stickyrice.net/archives/sipidan/sipadan.htm
Nagorno-Karabakh Journal
Journal and travel/political impressions by a photographer and writer who visited this disputed region, as well as nearby Armenia and Azerbaijan, in 2000.
http://www.documentaire.com/caucasus/Karabakh.html
Naomi and Jim Keijser
Pictures from journeys in Africa, Asia and Europe.
http://www.keijser.worldtravelogue.com/
Ron Gluckman in Cyberspace
Asia from top to bottom, from the Dalai Lama to Aung San Suu Kyi, from the tycoons to rocking Rangoon, from veteran reporter Ron Gluckman.
http://www.gluckman.com
Snapshot Asia
We've tried to understand this region by taking small bites of it, slicing up places and moments in order to distinguish the special spices that make each country in Asia unique.
http://www.snapshotasia.com

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