Monthly Archives: April 2014

Memorial service for murdered Korean girl Eunji Ban today

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Today was a hard day for the parents of 22 year old Korean youth exchange participant Eunji Ban today as they attended the memorial service for their murdered daughter in Wickham Park in Brisbane. Eunji was walking to her job …

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A reliable taxi driver in Kuala Lumpur

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There’s nothing that beats local knowledge when you’re traveling. Whether it’s what hotel to stay at or where the best restaurant strip is, Lonely Planet can never be all things to all people and it can’t change itself to suit …

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The thirsty mouse of Petaling Street finds a new home in Ipoh

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I love revisiting old stories, and there is no story that I enjoyed writing more than The Thirsty Mouse of Petaling Street. It might seem strange that as an adventurous traveler, when I visit Kuala Lumpur I always stay at …

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