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RTW-career-gap-year kinda mission till June 2010, I think.

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Mae hen wlad fy Hnadau

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Something to make one feel a little homesick. If Wales is home that is. Timaru, South Island, New Zealand.
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31st Mar 2010, 22:59   comments (2)

Wellington Butterfly

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Leaving the hospital from yet another pointless appointment for a seemingly trivial ailment I saw the butterflies on a rosemary bush.

One is always encouraged to stop and smell the roses, so why not photograph the local fauna?

It was another lovely sunny day, which according to my friends are very rare. I had a plenty sunny days, so lucked out with the weather.

Christmas decorations in Hue

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As I meander through the streets of Hue I noticed this oddity.

The strength of consumerist Christmas as it reaches all over the world never ceases to amaze me.

Sent from my Nokia phone in Hue
22nd Feb 2010, 08:59   comments (0)


18th Dec 2009, 07:15   | tags:,comments (2)

Random pictures from Saigon

Well folks, here's a multi picture post from out and about in Ho Chi Mihn City.

Something Vietnamese

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I knew I'd find it. A quintessentially Vietnamese product. Wandering around the streets of Ho Chi Minh City I stumbled across this. Looking at the label it's a veritable panacea for whatever ills you.

Sent from my Nokia phone in Saigon
4th Dec 2009, 01:14   comments (1)

Which one for the pot?

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this is Vietnam after all... :)

Sent from my Nokia phone in Singapore
28th Nov 2009, 16:10   comments (1)

Reptile House

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Two unrelated posts joined by a tenuous musical theme. This is not planned dear readers.

After a good 2 hours in the surf, there's nothing like chasing a lizard around the beach and in the water to get a few pics.

They can swim remarkably well and must have pretty big lungs to stay beneath the water for as long as this one did.

It was maybe a metre nose to tail, with a black and white striped tail. A green and yellow body, with a long black forked tongue.

More wildlife to come I hope.
15th Nov 2009, 11:54   comments (2)