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Dog-friendly Areas/Hotels/Restaurants in Malaysia

Jan 22, 2013
Dog-friendly Areas/Hotels/Restaurants in Malaysia

I have many Malaysian friends with doggies. There have been many times that I've heard them expressing that they don’t know where they can go with their doggies...

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Spooky Haunted Hotel Experiences

Mar 11, 2011
Spooky Haunted Hotel Experiences

Every time you are checking at a hotel, wherever that may be, pay attention! You could have an encounter with the unseen world that makes itself visible for you...

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