six months in Asia any suggestions?

Old Dec 11th, 1999, 06:39 AM
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Terry Hodgkinson
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six months in Asia any suggestions?

Hi folks.
I will be traveling to Asia around October 2000. Will be traveling for around six months through India, Nepal, China, Tibet, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and possibly others. Looking to spend time with some different cultures other then the North American. I am a 33 year old professional married man. I own a martial arts school in Canada and a Hypnosis Centre. If anyone has any suggestions for special places or people to see please email me. I would love to spend time in some of the ashrams and temples but Iím also very adventuress and like to see exotic places and meet exotic people. Iím looking forward to the experiences of this trip and the people I will meet along the way. Please donít hesitate to drop me a line and tell me your thoughts. Thanks all.

Happy Travels

Terry [email protected]

 
Old Dec 14th, 1999, 01:32 AM
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clarence
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my name is clarence guo,a taxi driver and tour guide in
xi'an----the home town of terra-cotta figures,i often take
travellers to a cave dwelling village after terra-cotta
figures,you'll visit some family live in the cave houses
which built hundreds of years ago,meet local farmers and
kids there.
if you need my help(airport transfer,hotel,tour) in
xi'an,pls feel free to e-mail me.
pla visit my web site www.taxitour.com.
Regards.
 
Old Dec 17th, 1999, 05:00 AM
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Veronica
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Don't miss east Aais where thereare quite different from the places you mentioned. You can enjoy the city life in Hong Kong and Singapore. Or enjoy the sun and beach in Penang of Malaysia or Cebu of Philippines. Bangkok is also excited. e-mail me if you need information of Hong Kong
 
Old Dec 19th, 1999, 06:07 PM
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john
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Hi Terry,
My wife and I lived in Indonesia (Jakarta) for a year and half and thought the country to be a very interesting and exciting place. I would definitely add it to your itinerary. E-mail me if you have any questions.
john
 
Old Dec 20th, 1999, 12:31 AM
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pat
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From October the weather should be ok, not too hot and wet. Don't miss Bangkok, in the year 2543 (2000), it will have Bangkok 2000 the city of culture, there will be many events and festivals all year round.
Welcome to Asia.
 

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