your toes into black sand Dump
the clutter and clatter and head for the true heart of Bali. Leave
footprints in black sand, raft a river, head up in a chopper or
swim, with the horses, YES horses... more...
guide to Bali resorts Pack
your bags for the best deals East of the Suez, in Bali. Our guide
to top resorts and hideaway places from Ubud to Pemuteran. The
only expensive thing here is water. more...
deals in Hongkong
Where to stretch your corporate wallet
annual Jan-Mar slowdown has brought rates plummeting.
Sort of... A look at budget-stretcher deals in Hongkong.
That twee "welcome drink" is a reliable fixture
on packages but more welcome are the free transfers,
faxes and laundry and food discounts. more...
Daffyd Roderick One of the most demanding high-altitude
treks in the world, the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal's Inner
Himalayas takes time and guts. If you have the moxie and fear
not the agony of Thunder Thighs, here's our day-by-day guide
on the whole enchilada. It will be the fastest and best slimming
course you will ever undertake. Yes, there are shortcuts,
cheat-modes and lots of handy tips. Daffyd Roderick survived.
Here's how. more...
the current rash of travel advisories, US citizens simply
cannot travel anywhere without inviting bureaucratic
ire. Well, there's always the toilet. And there's common
sense, that has been employed long before advisories
and consular circulars and the State Department. Use
your loaf people and travel safe. And pull that flush!
Sippakon Suriyakham Tired of shopping at big, expensive
malls? We take you off-road into the wilds of bargain-basement
from Chatuchak to the night bazaar. Of course, if you prefer
to do it all on the life-saver Bangkok SkyTrain there are
handy mall options as well where designer brands will leap
from every window. First rule in Bangkok, bargain hard. Second
rule, remember not everything is fake. Make sure you get what
you came for. more...
from mega-this-that-and-the-other explained for the average
traveller. Don't buy more pixels than you need and check (and
check again) to ensure that your digital camera works with
your computer. Most should plug in easily but you'll
need a USB port to hook it up. Remember, these magic pixels
take up space on your hard drive especially if you're snapping
your triplets in high resolution. If you happen to be a Macintosh
junkie, things are looking up, just. A couple of cameras are
finally out on the much-vaunted but as yet poorly supplied
OSX platform. more...