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· October, 2006

Stories about Travel from October, 2006

26 October 2006

Vietnam: Hanoi Pavements

Afghanistan-Tajikistan: Crossing Over

Russia: Tap Water

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Exploring the Pyramid

“Bosnian Pyramid? – Visocica Hill” – by sjareb It's been over a year since the whole Bosnian pyramid media fuss started. Still, many talk about the possible discovery of Europe’s...

25 October 2006

China: Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC)

Armenia: Foreigner Friendly

Albania, Italy, Turkey: “My First Hijacking”

Slovenia: Local Election

Hong Kong: “zero-charge” tours

The “zero-charge” tours scandal is a distinctive “free-meal” feature in Chinese capitalist society. It happens in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, targeting at Mainland China tourists. How does this “zero-charge”...

24 October 2006

Albania: Homemade Raki

“…After two weeks, the grapes were ready to be turned into raki. First they were loaded into the still…” – Step by step, Our Man in Tirana shows how a...

Laos: Luang Prabhang Night Market

Thailand: Attracting Arabic Speaking People

Lebanon: Communities and Contradictions

The Lebanese blogosphere is growing like crazy. This means that the following summary is not all inclusive. And in the attempt to cover as many new blogs or newly discovered...

China: dam project in tiger leaping gorge

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