After a week of traveling in Jordan, we crossed the border to Eilat, Israel. The main purpose was to relax, but we did a bit of exploring a got to visit Jerusalem and Bethlehem during the stay.
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Arriving by bus from Melaka, we now entered Singapore. It’s one of the cleanest places I’ve ever been to, and somehow felt like an Asian Dubai.
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Moving on from Kuala Lumpur & Taman Negara, our next stop on the trip was in the city of Melaka. It was once a Portuguese colony, and today a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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If it was a little quiet on this site during September, it was because I was a way for 2+ weeks exploring Costa Rica. I’m back, play catch-up and having fun (digitally) developing, sorting and organizing photos from the trip.
We went to Costa Rica and toured the country with GAP Adventures, and despite a lost iPod, a broken (dSLR) camera and more trouble with Delta Airlines than I currently care to mention.
If you’re looking for an interesting place to visit, Costa Rica is well-worth considering. We visited plenty of unspoiled, “un-commercialized” places and saw many interesting wildlife and nature sights.