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"It is the journey that matters..."

San Francisco, United States


The title is the caption on the back of the t-shirt I'm wearing right now. It's a quote from a noted science fiction author [1] and it seemed an ideal sentiment to summarize my feelings as I get ready to start my Big Asia Tour, 2009.

This will be a very open-ended and spontaneous tour. Except for the first two weeks, I have neither schedule nor itinerary. I have only a general idea of the countries I wish to visit; the specific dates, places, and order of travel will be decided by me on a day to day basis.

The first of my trip will be sailing down the coast of Thailand and Malaysia on this old style clipper ship. Isn't she a beauty!? This will include short trips to Cambodia and Singapore as well. After that, I may visit the following countries: Philippines, Japan, Vietnam, Sri Lanka. But as I said, this is all subject to change. On this trip I expect to do: sailing, swimming, snorkeling, scuba ,diving, sightseeing, trekking, eating, drinking, partying, meeting old friends, making new friends, painting, drawing, writing, talking, laughing, and ... other things :)

I have my little travel laptop (cutest laptop in the world) with me, so I expect to be blogging on a daily basis, and you dear reader, are invited to follow me and share in my adventures! I invite your comments to these blog entries as well (but please don't use my real name -- just address me as "Panini").

Panini

[1] Here is the full quote:

"It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey
that matters, in the end.” –-Ursula K. LeGuin

permalink written by  panini7 on February 15, 2009 from San Francisco, United States
from the travel blog: Panini's Asia Trip 2009
tagged Thailand

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Since you are going to the Philippines, it is a must to go to Boracay, it is a paradise. One of the world's top five beaches (accdg to yahoo, etc)Perfect white sand beaches with crystal clear water, lots of activities: island hopping, bar hopping, shopping, and very cosmopolitan, you get to a bar and meet fun people with different natinalities like koreans, japanese, russians, chinese, european backpackers etc. and don't forget the filipino hosptality and boracay's famous sunset,hehe

permalink written by  rommel on February 26, 2009

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