Monthly Archives: April 2019

Bangkok: City of Food

It’s April 11th and I’m sitting at SFO waiting for our flight that will take us back to Oregon and normalcy. I decided that I needed to write this post before the glow of our last day in Bangkok begins … Continue reading

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Bangkok: City of Markets

It’s Tuesday, April 9th, and my iPad clock has finally caught up with the current time zone; so, I know that it is 6:46 a.m. local time. The sun is already peeking over one of the many clouds in the … Continue reading

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Disembarkation

We’ve managed to sail our way to Sunday, April 7th, which marks the end of our cruise.  After setting our watches back and forward no fewer than four times on this voyage, it is now 7:05 a.m. (4 p.m. PST … Continue reading

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Buster’s Bali and Beyond

She’s been at it again; posting travel reports without including a thing about me and my buddy, Andre Segovia.  So, while she’s out consuming yet more empty calories, I decided to take matters into my own paws and let you … Continue reading

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I’m All at Sea

Actually, we’re all at sea.  On this cruise, we had three “at sea” days, meaning that we  were just cruising along with no shore stops.  I’ve enjoyed them as they provide the opportunity for complete relaxation and even more extensive … Continue reading

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Wednesday, March 3, we cruised into Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur) shortly after sunrise.  Turns out the port is pretty far away from the city itself; and, although we met the guide for our private tour a bit past 09:00, we … Continue reading

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Singapore, Lion City

It’s not “Lion City” because large felines are roaming the streets, rather it is because the name derives from the Malay Singapura, which derives from some Hindi words, which mean lion city. Michael and I attended a Midvalley Travel Club … Continue reading

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