Down South of Western Australia (Part II)

(Click here to read Down South of Western Australia: Part 1) Day Three Albany Before the early morning sunrise, we get to Mt. Clarence and walk up to the Memorial to the Desert Mounted Corps Exhibition. It was built near Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooking the actual harbour, as a remembrance of 41,000 men and women who

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Down South of Western Australia (Part I)

Time to take a break from doing all the trip planning and arrangement and now go on a tour in the southern part of Western Australia. After all, I am still going on a solo trip and all of my travel plans had been planned and pre-arranged, including meals, accommodation and places to visit. There

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Kalgoorlie-Boulder

Take a step back to see some of the world’s best architecture from the gold rush era. Home of the Golden Mile with the richest square mile of gold-bearing earth in the world, this town triggered a boom for more than 60 years in Western Australia economy. The population of the town increased as thousands

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Bangkok

Bangkok known as “City of Angels”  is a vibrant and urban city filled with delicious street food, modern skylines. amazing shopping  and countless number of temples and historic sites. A network of rivers are connected to the long Chao Phraya river where the “wats”, shopping malls and luxury hotels are situated. This city is packed with

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Pattaya

Pattaya is a resort city located at the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. The city is located about 100 km from Bangkok and takes around 2 hours journey to get there. It is well known for its red-light districts that attract many foreign travelers, especially the Westerners and affordable tourist destination for Chinese visitors.

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