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Which country, in your experience, has the most beautiful women?

Conquering Southern China

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Long time lurker, but I figured you guys might like this. My friend and I (laowhy86 and serpentza on YouTube) just finished a full length documentary through southern China. We build motorcycles by hand, and then rode 5000 km. through back roads through 5 provinces in rural southern China. We have been living here as expats for 7+ years, and we were sick of most of the media showing the same old China, so we joined up with a film crew and had ourselves one hell of a journey. Some highlights include eating Cow shit hotpot Asian Giant hornets Cats Snakes Getting chased by the "Tofu Mafia" Almost dying many times on the treacherous roads. Visiting a mountain completely shaped like a Dick (aptly named "Dick Mountain") where locals believe it will grant them a son. Catching fish with bare hands and then participating in ritual cooking and dance. Visiting a completely cut off from the world (I'm talking only horse drawn carriages) Baijiu distillery and getting drunk at 8 AM from the strongest booze we've ever had. And just overall giving an awesome perspective on what "real China" looks like. Our doc is on Vimeo on Demand, and we would appreciate it if you guys took the time to check it out if you could. http://www.vimeo.com/ondemand/conqueringsouthernchina

South East Asia

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So me and my girlfriend are finishing our year working holiday in Australia in a couple of weeks and heading to South East Asia for about 100 days before heading home to the UK for Christmas. The plan was just to hit all the main 'best' parts of Thailand, Cambodia, Laos etc. Unfortunately, according to every source ever, the time of year we're going is the worst season to go. September-November is peak wet/monsoon season for pretty much all of mainland South East Asia. There's going to be a fuckload of rain, typhoons, storms and ive been told to expect flooding and cancellations. The idea of Asia that sold me was sitting on some amazing beach in the sun with a beer. After working in construction in rainy melbourne for the last 3 months thats what i'm after but from what I've read that's not gonna happen this time of year it's kinda putting me off going. So.... is there anywhere that is good to go September weather wise? At this point we have nothing booked so the itinerary is pretty much going to be created around where the weather is least shitty over the next 3 months. We have about $10,000 AUD between us to last the 100 days, is this going to be a tight trip|? Any advice would be helpful at this point.






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