Culture

Kuala Lumpur & Taman Negara, Malaysia part I

After traveling four weeks through the Philippines, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia is quite a cultural change and challenge. The Philippines are a Christian-majority country. More specifically the people, the Filipinos/Filipinas are by majority Christians. Here in Malaysia, it is conversely, the majority is Sunni Islamic and the chief of state or the so-called Yang di-Pertuan Agong gets voted...

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Bohol – Philippines, a colourful storybook

The fourth and last Blog about the Philippines is meant to be a colorful storybook into a world of macrocosm with marvelous creatures like the Tarsier, sea tortoises, butterflies and seductive sounding places such as Chocolate Hills and Balicasang Island. So please do not expect (this time) a meticulous blog based on intense investigation and rhetorical […]

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Belize, the anicent Mayan civilisation

Belize, the only Central American country with English as the official language, has the longest barrier reef in the Northern hemisphere and the world’s largest population of jaguars living in the wild. The approach via Miami no longer bothers me; I arrive late in the afternoon, take a fixed price yellow cab for $ 35 […]

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