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Stuart McDonald
Co-founder of . Travel guide to much of Southeast Asia. Pays own way, always. No exceptions. Only travel stuff here. Personal:
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Stuart McDonald 17h
Replying to @funniehowe
🙏
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Stuart McDonald 17h
Cheers. You’re Thailand based right?
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Stuart McDonald 17h
Replying to @hjockers
Ha ha, immigration tomorrow. About the only time I shave!
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Stuart McDonald 17h
Replying to @hjockers
Yeah I always leave some dosh under the pillow.
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Stuart McDonald 18h
One last bowl... at Kao Soi Nimman Soi 7, Chiang Mai. Thanks for the headsup
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Replying to @naomiduguid
Damn, I almost ordered that!
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Yup!
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Replying to @funniehowe
Thanks! Am in the area. Cheers
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@aretoodeetou 18h
Indonesia: Bali Philippines: Jeepnee Thailand: Temples Singapore: F1 Malaysia: KLIA LCV Cambodia: Rocket propelled Grenades Vietnam: War Myanmar: Temples Laos: Mountains Brunei: Sticky slime with chopsticks.
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Further loading up the bag at Kinlum Kindee. Let’s turn this into a six kilo trip.
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Sometimes it’s the little things. Like when the hotel maids organize your stuff in a somewhat wonky smily face. Not first time I’ve encountered this, and I like it.
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Really like Thanaka for Burma. Kicking myself I didn’t think of that. 👍🏻
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Replying to @maristia
Do you use Telegram groups for travel? I use the platform a lot, but primarily journalism (and gossip ha ha) related. Not sure how a TF group would/could look like.
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Glen Coco 18h
Tourism in much of ASEAN in one word Indonesia: Colorful Philippines: Fiesta Thailand: Shopping Singapore: Splurge Malaysia: Transit Cambodia: Angkor Vietnam: Food Myanmar: Thanaka Laos: Serene Brunei: Darussalam
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Stuart McDonald 18h
Replying to @arieparikesit
FWIW our Banyuwangi guide here: But is mostly focused on Ijen.
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Stuart McDonald 19h
Yes can. Coupla of hours. Sally & I didn’t go as weather was shit. Friends have been there tho, say is ok
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Stuart McDonald 19h
G-land plus the national park, Red Beach (south coast) and Ijen. Ijen the big drawcard and as the surfers don’t slow down, the volcano is the primary + for locals in town.
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Stuart McDonald 19h
Replying to @arieparikesit
The brochure is back in Bali, but the signage is enough. Cool people and good food! Guys at the one beer shop we found, and food at Mbok Wah (which you may have recommended, can't remember sorry), no shortage of cheeky schoolgirls. Good town.👍
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Stuart McDonald 19h
Replying to @arieparikesit
The tourism literature on it is fantastic. Let me see if I can find some pics.
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Stuart McDonald 19h
Replying to @ThosMajor
Ah ok, sorry. Thought you were Bkk based for some reason.
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