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Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Nepal

The Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, Nepal has been rated as the most dangerous airport in the world.
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Muay Thai Fighter, Thailand

A Muay Thai fighter recuperating in-between rounds. He went on to win the fight.
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Swan Taking Off, Ireland

Taken at the Lakelands, Naas, Kildare, Ireland
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Sunset Leap, Broga

Taken from Broga Hill, famous for it's panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
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Sadhu at Pashupatinath, Nepal

Sadhus are renunciates who have left behind all their material belongings. They live in caves and temples all over India and Nepal.
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Storm Brewing, Ireland

St. Bartholomew’s Catholic Church, Kildorrery, Co. Cork, Ireland
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Hong Kong skyline

The Hong Kong skyline just before the start of 'A Symphony of Lights'
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Ama Dablam, Nepal

Ama Dablam is a Himalayan mountain that is located in Nepal. The main peak is 6812 metres high and the lower peak is 5563 metres high.
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Little Mischief Makers, Ireland

Children being 'bold' at a Christening ceremony
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Basking Lizard

A lizard basking in the sunlight
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Prayer Flags, Nepal

The five colours that are arranged in a specific order represent the elements and the Five Pure Lights.
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Millennium Bridge, London

A steel suspension bridge for pedestrians that crosses the Thames.
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Fire Poi, Thailand

Fire Poi at the Last Bar on East Railay Beach, Thailand
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RWMF 2011, Borneo

Funky Australian band Kamerunga playing at 2011's Rainforest World Music Festival.
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Gamecock, Indonesia

Specially conditioned gamecock ready for the blood sport of cockfighting.
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"In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away" - Shing Xiong

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Stirling Ridge Walk

The Stirling Range is unique in many, many ways. Suddenly and abruptly rising from amongst very flat, nondescript lowlands, the range is a prominent feature in the landscape and can be seen clearly from vast distances. Spectacular cloud formations are frequently seen here, which explains the Aboriginal (the Wagyl Kaip people being the traditional custodians) name for the range, 'Koi Kyenunu-ruff', which means ‘mist rolling around the mountains’. Read more

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Mount Bromo

I had read up a bit on Surabaya prior to the trip and because it was reputed to be mainly a commercial metropolitan area without many attractions, I had decided to instead head straight for Probolinggo which lies about 45km from the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park on the North coast of East Java.  To get to Probolinggo from Juanda International Airport, I had to board a Damri bus that was heading to Surabaya's Bungurasih bus terminal (also called Purabaya) and board another bus to Probolinggo from there. The Damri bus (pronounced 'bis' in Bahasa Indonesia) just lay outside the airport arrival terminal and the fee only amounted to IDR15k (RM5). Read more

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Bagan

I climbed out of the Shwe Mandalar express bus groggily and somewhat curmudgeonly after being rudely awoken by the strident cry of the bus driver just as the bus squeakily rolled to a stop. Despite the lack of sleep, I found to my surprise that the bus ride had been far more comfortable than I had anticipated. For some reason I had expected the eight and a half hour ride to be on a cramped and very crowded bus that was not too dissimilar to the one that I had taken to get to Bromo. This was most likely due to all the horror stories of the road conditions in Myanmar that I had heard, stories that I think are probably only applicable to rural areas and possibly the ride from Bagan to Inle Lake. Read more