|Asia is a traveller's
favourite, the overland route of what is now Lonely Planet; with a phrasebook in one hand
and chopsticks in the other you can go far for less.
-- Stop Over For Many.
covered in the travel sections of the week-end qualities, and other leisure magazines,
Singapore is a popular stop-over for flights from Europe to Australia.
-- Bangkok Oriental City.
picture is not solely flesh, the girls for sale are mainly concentrated around a few side
streets, but the traffic is everywhere.
-- Across The Mekong.
streets of Nong Khai, Thailand, steep steps lead down to the river where small boats
regularly took across passengers. You used to pay the ferryman, and look up at the
narrower steps leading to Laos.
-- The Ho Chi Minh Trail.
Ho Chi Minh Trail starts in Hanoi, and takes in Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Dalat, Saigon, and
all the little 'should sees' in between.
-- The Indian Experiece.
are truly aroused in India. The colour of the women's clothes, and the abundance of
jewellery is a photographer's paradise. You will need plenty of film; not just for the Taj Mahal.
Gallery -- From The Land of Karma.
slide show bringing you various quality images from the land of the karma -- six stunning
shots from The Sacred Cow to the Taj Mahal.
-- The Gateway to China.
The British have gone, and with them the noon-day gun tradition, but Hong
Kong has always been very Chinese, and the best place to get visa's for the People's
China -- First
Impressions Of Beijing.
Bicycles flow silently,
like shoals of fish; an intense volume shifting effortlessly, through an even greater
China in '88
-- Chairman Mao Suits.
Mahjong in the park and
gold teeth smiles. Sadly the Chairman Mao suits are disappearing fast, and gold teeth cost
More to Come.
Asian Travel Guides.