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A journey along the Danube by bike. What on earth possessed 4 middle-aged non-bikers to try this? But it was a wonderful experience! And this blog commemorates it for posterity and future grandchildren. Enjoy the ride with me!

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Latest Blog Posts for My Bike-alogue

  • Shwedagon
    on Sep 3, 2012 in Burma Rangoon Shwedagon Pagoda Yangon
    The Holiest Spot in MyanmarThe Shwedagon Palace Pagoda is the largest, oldest and holiest temple in Myanmar. If the legend that says it is more than 2,500 years old is true, then it is the oldest Buddhist temple in the world. Its origins are a myster...
  • Rangoon ..... errr, Yangon
    on Aug 4, 2012 in Rangoon The Strand Hotel Yangon
    Rangoon, Remnants of EmpireNostalgia for the monarchy?1        Rangoon felt like the quintessential tropical colonial city, much more so than the equally tropical, formerly colonized city that I come from, Manila. M...
  • on Aug 2, 2012 in Myanmar Burma
    Burma ..... errr, Myanmar, The Golden Land All the economic, political and medical statistics on Myanmar are bad. It is one of the least developed economies in the world. It has the world’s worst health care, as ranked by the WHO. It has had consta...
  • Burma
    on Aug 2, 2012 in Myanmar Burma
    Burma ..... errr, Myanmar, The Golden Land All the economic, political and medical statistics on Myanmar are bad. It is one of the least developed economies in the world. It has the world’s worst health care, as ranked by the WHO. It has had consta...
  • Burma .... errr, Myanmar
    on Aug 2, 2012 in Burma Myanmar
    The Golden Land All the economic, political and medical statistics on Myanmar are bad. It is one of the least developed economies in the world. It has the world’s worst health care, as ranked by the WHO. It has had constant strife among its many et...
  • on Jul 28, 2012 in Museo Sang Bata Nunelucio Alvarado
    Mangrove Swamp, a Sandbar and More Our destination was a sandbar off a beach in the northern part of the island, where a chef was being shipped in specially to cook up a seafood feast for us. We walked on raised wooden walkways through a mangrove swa...
  • Bacolod -- VIP Treatment It was getting late but we couldn't miss seeing a remnant of the past, the Balay ni Tana Dicang, ancestral home of the descendants of Enrica Alunan Lizares, a grand matriarch of Negrense society during the Commonwealth period...
  • Cinco de NoviembreOn the 5th of November, Bacolodians celebrate the events that led to their establishing the Republic of Negros, a bright and shining moment in their history. For three months, the negrenses were completely free of the Spanish conqui...
  • on Jul 27, 2012 in Adobo chicken inasal Adobo Festival
    Cinco de Noviembre continuedCinco de Noviembre was also the day of the Adobo Festival in Silay, something of an institution for the last 14 years. Coincidentally, or not?, the festival was held in the Balay Negrense, located on Cinco de Noviembre str...
  • Remembrance of Eating Non-Stop --- BacolodOne long, uninterrupted meal, that was what the Bacolod trip wasall about. We never had time to build up an appetite -- just enoughto digest one delicious meal before it was time to indulge inanother. And indulge we did!We felt ve...
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