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Utopia Guide to Malaysia (2nd Edition) : the Gay and Lesbian Scene in 17 Cities Including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Langkawi By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded its 2nd Edition of the first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Malaysia. Explore 17 cities including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Melaka,... More > Kota Kinabalu, and Langkawi. Listings include maps, organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike. The Utopia Guide to Malaysia is a landmark look at one of Asia's hottest gay and lesbian scenes.< Less
Utopia Guide to Malaysia (2nd Edition) : the Gay and Lesbian Scene in 17 Cities Including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Langkawi By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded its 2nd Edition of the first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Malaysia. Explore 17 cities including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Melaka,... More > Kota Kinabalu, and Langkawi. Listings include maps, organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike. The Utopia Guide to Malaysia is a landmark look at one of Asia's hottest gay and lesbian scenes.< Less
Camino De La Luna - Truth (Without Pictures) By Pearl Howie
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The sixth and penultimate in the "Camino de la Luna" series (or eighth if you count "free Feeling Real Emotions Everyday" and "Japan Is Very Wonderful")... More > "Truth" continues the journey. “The first principle is that you must not fool yourself — and you are the easiest person to fool.” Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize winning physicist The moment I felt my real feelings, back in a Native American healing in 2016, I discovered what a great liar I was. Lonely, depressed, desperate… the lowest of the low… No matter how my life looked to anyone else the only thing that mattered was being real with myself. But I was still lying, so poetically, so romantically, tricking myself, that my lies grew even more dangerous. Luckily life protected me from myself, from acting on what I thought was real. Instead I got on a plane to Spain and started hiking, each step bringing me closer to the truth, which I would finally understand on the other side of the world. Also available as a full colour paperback.< Less
Camino De La Luna - Reconciliation (Without Pictures) By Pearl Howie
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"Camino De La Luna – Reconciliation" is the seventh and final book in the series (or ninth if you count "free Feeling Real Emotions Everyday" and "Japan Is Very... More > Wonderful"). What divides us? What sets us against each other? What stops us from being able to come home to our true selves? I had found truth in Thailand, discovered another wall inside me and freed another part of my soul. There were things to be done, journeys to be taken, strangers to meet, mistakes and regrets to put right and only some of them were mine. But my mistakes alone were enough to change everything. I had started in Spain, this Camino de la Luna, though it started long before and will not end until I die, but where next? Would I finally cross the equator to the Southern Hemisphere, to Africa and could I ever heal the new wounds in my relationships, could I find reconciliation, or as they call it in South Africa, Ubuntu? Would I ever find peace... Would I ever put down my rucksack?< Less
Asia Specific By Malcolm Teasdale
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Extreme business traveler Malcolm Teasdale details the case for relocating to Asia for several months and the challenges encountered while residing in the region trying to establish some credibility... More > with the various cultures. Some repeat business trips to Asia enduring the long haul flights from North America are also documented. Jet lag, strange food, hygiene, massage parlors, traffic congestion, local drinking establishments, eccentric locals, all played a part in making the visits to Asia extraordinary. The stories in this book focus on the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) countries with the exception of India and include places such as Phuket, Hanoi, Kota Kinabalu, Delhi, Phnom Penh, Jakarta and Singapore.< Less
Asia Specific By Malcolm Teasdale
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Extreme business traveler Malcolm Teasdale details the case for relocating to Asia for several months and the challenges encountered while residing in the region trying to establish some credibility... More > with the various cultures. Some repeat business trips to Asia enduring the long haul flights from North America are also documented. Jet lag, strange food, hygiene, massage parlors, traffic congestion, local drinking establishments, eccentric locals, all played a part in making the visits to Asia extraordinary. The stories in this book focus on the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) countries with the exception of India and include places such as Phuket, Hanoi, Kota Kinabalu, Delhi, Phnom Penh, Jakarta and Singapore.< Less
Leave Me Not By Somasundram Vijiaratnam
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The Far East is the romantic and colorful setting for this powerful story set in the late 1970's; tracing the deep and passionate love between Violet, a young girl of mixed parentage from Cameron... More > Highlands in Peninsular Malaysia, and Atan bin Awang - a young man who lives in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah in East Malaysia formerly known as Borneo. The lovers exchange letters in a heady mixture of poetry, prose and everyday narrative which lays open their very souls. But the road to love is a cruel one, for tragedy lurks at every turn as love and death are remorselessly intertwined. 'Leave Me Not' is a novel which effortlessly reflects the thought patterns and philosophy of the culture in which it is set, yet its sentiments are essentially universal. A book of beauty and great feeling; it should be read with the senses rather than intellect.< Less

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