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    10 things to do in Dhaka

    Posted Apr 02nd 2014, 10:44pm by Jamie Carter

    ... In Dhaka seafood is best sampled at the upmarket Saltz Seafood Restaurant (Gulshan North Avenue) while Haji Biryani (Kazi Alauddin Road) is famed for its meat biryani. Go to the market Life ... meat, fish, fruit and vegetables arrive amid a cacophony of noise. You’ll see everything from chickens being processed in front of you to mountains of cauliflowers as big as human heads. ...

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    The new Ritz-Carlton Kyoto lives up to the hype

    Posted Mar 12th 2014, 10:42pm by Graeme Green

    ... and the mountains outside the city. The river is popular with joggers, dog-walkers and lots of other locals, so it doesn't feel very private. Put it this way: if you're coming out of the shower ...

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    10 things to do in Langkawi

    Posted Jan 15th 2014, 10:51pm by NICHOLAS YONG

    ... market) Step into the pasar malam, and take a deep breath. What assaults your senses is a heady mix of barbequed meats, fried food, fresh seafood and petrol fumes from portable generators. Local ...

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    Two wheels good: a tour of Vietnam

    Posted Jan 02nd 2014, 08:21pm by SHIRAZ RANDERIA

    ... (dog was politely turned down). Just before dusk, we arrived at Mai Châu and our first home stay. We slept soundly in a spare room on simple mattresses, and woke up with the cockerels to catch ... A strong stomach: deep-fried crickets are delicious, and easy to eat, but several restaurants were offering less-appealing dishes, including swan, bull's penis and dog. Each evening's ...

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    Survival guide: Mongolia on a shoestring

    Posted Aug 08th 2013, 12:00am by Phillippa Stewart

    ... I uncovered pearls of wisdom such as: "Mongolian meat is bloody meat", "in Mongolia, every man wrestles" and "if women want their baby to milk calmly they should put cotton ... that day - meat (usually mutton), dairy and animal fats are staples. Khuushuur, a type of fried meat dumpling, is a popular dish and you'll undoubtedly encounter airag, fermented horse milk. ...

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    A ruff guide to Hong Kong

    Posted Sep 05th 2013, 12:00am by Vanessa Yung

    ... Vanessa Yung With crowded flats and strict limits on owning pets, it's challenging to keep a dog in Hong Kong. Vanessa Yung finds fur-friendly hot spots where owners and their best friends can enjoy a breather a ruff guide to Hong Kong THERE'S NOTHING LIKE some wild off-leash time where dogs can run to their hearts' content and get the exercise they need: ...

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    My 48 Hours in Mumbai

    Posted Dec 11th 2013, 10:33pm by NICK TAYLOR

    ... restaurants than from street food, and anyone seriously concerned about hygiene can always bypass meat as there are always just as many vegetarian options on any Indian menu." One of the best new ...

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    Tree-dwelling spirits keep Okinawa's islands free of evil

    Posted Jul 25th 2013, 12:00am by Graeme Green

    ... Graeme Green Graeme Green Water spirits Bizarre, colourful creatures stand by the side of the road. One looks like a two-metre tall, bright blue dog with a toothy grin and wide eyes. ... are Kijimuna, local spirits traditionally believed to live in the trees. But the ones that look like lions or dogs are a modern, colourful take on the traditional shisas seen across the islands ...

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    My 48 hours in Phnom Penh

    Posted Nov 06th 2013, 10:39pm by MARISSA CARRUTHERS

    ... "The promenade is packed with kids playing games, outdoor fitness classes, dog walkers, and kids just chilling." It's a good place to admire the unparalleled views of the Tonle Sap ...

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    Essential picnic gear

    Posted Oct 10th 2013, 12:00am by Vanessa Yung

    ... with a stainless steel serrated knife. Use the sharp blade to cut bread, condiments and meat, and the other side to scoop and spread soft food from jars. The evenly spaced holes ensure easy release ...




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