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A humourous look at my backpacking adventures as I travel across India, through SE Asia, on to China and down to Australia and the Americas, and try to get under the skin of each nation I visit.

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Latest Blog Posts for Rob Jamieson

  • Untitled
    on Apr 11, 2013
    This blog is now being migrated to http://www.drowninginmanyseas.com Permalink | Leave a comment  »...
  • Vientiane, Laos - Part 1: In Between Days.
    on Feb 10, 2011
    “Yesterday I got so old I felt like I could die.” - In Between Days by The Cure.Warning: Curses! Everywhere!I awoke to golden sunlight streaming through the curtains of my hotel room. I felt lazy. I lay around reading for a while then for...
  • Vientiane, Laos - Part 1: In Between Days.
    on Feb 10, 2011
    “Yesterday I got so old I felt like I could die.” - In Between Days by The Cure.Warning: Curses! Everywhere!I awoke to golden sunlight streaming through the curtains of my hotel room. I felt lazy. I lay around reading for a while then for...
  • Borderline - Crossing the First Friendship Bridge Between Thailand and Laos
    on Oct 14, 2010
    My visa for Thailand expired at midnight. I had less than twelve hours to flee the country and travel over seven hundred miles. When you are travelling, your only real challenge is getting from one place to another, so why not add to that challeng...
  • Borderline - Crossing the First Friendship Bridge Between Thailand and Laos
    on Oct 14, 2010
    My visa for Thailand expired at midnight. I had less than twelve hours to flee the country and travel over seven hundred miles. When you are travelling, your only real challenge is getting from one place to another, so why not add to that challeng...
  • Phuket - Riding on a Scumbeam
    on Sep 22, 2010
    Warning: As Albert Einstein once notably remarked, E=mc(sweared). Thailand is affectionately known as the land of smiles by many visitors. The Thai people are slow to anger but quick to temper once roused, something I can fully appreciate. However,...
  • Krabi, Phang Nga Bay and the Phi Phi Islands
    on Jul 18, 2010
    Warning: There is no swearing in this blog. Or is there? I travelled through winding passes bordered by thunderous mountains, crossed rivers and streams jumping and playing in emerald excitement, witnessed raw, natural beauty from craggy peaks with...
  • Nakhon Si Thammarat - A Town Like Almost Any Other
    on Jul 1, 2010
    "People are drifting like the waves on the sea, without direction like the restless wind, not knowing forward, not knowing back, just existing." Is There A Difference? - Howard Jones.   "It is more important to see the simplicity; to realise one's t...
  • Koh Samui - Booze, Whores and Metamorphosis
    on Jun 2, 2010
    Warning: My matrix filters let through sweary words.   "I was trying so hard to please myself I was turning into somebody else." Out of the Blue (Into the Fire) - The The.   The minibus driver threw his vehicle around the roads as i...
  • Bangkok Nights
    on May 4, 2010
    Warning: Contains adult language and scenes of a not very sexual nature. A vast blue sky cut through with flecks of white paraded itself over my head as I headed towards Bangkok from the airport. A brilliant sun bleached the immaculate pavements, gr...
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