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    Okay I just got caught up with it all, that is absolutely brilliant. I love how Aussie it is as well, not to mention it mostly takes place about 30 minutes from where I live. This guys is up there with CheZilla for me.
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    Probably not. Most likely still be leaving around July next year. xD
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    Nice! To either! I will defismurfingnitely not be extending again. I'm actually talking to my boss about a replacement as soon as he can get one.

    I'm teaching some of the Zunyi laowais BJJ and MMA, with some extra self-defence cheap shots for practicality. It's going really well. smurfing love it, but none of them put themselves into the fight properly. Too worried about getting hurt, I guess, which is fair enough.

    Zunyi is considerably better than Guiyang in terms of actually having some life and personality in it. It's beautiful and bright and a lot more alive. And there's a place with chao mian, so there's that in its favour. Local expats are always trout, but a lot of the teachers are good people here. Loud Americans, as always. Local girls here are not typically as easy as the Guiyang ones, but the ones that are are a lot more experienced and a lot less boring. It's good stuff.
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    Visit me in Zunyi. The guys I'm training aren't really willing to through or take hits properly. You've fought fat useless Quin, come and spar with still fat but now strong and back into the habit Quin.

    Seriousness aside (genuinely you should come to Zunyi), how's all your stuff going? You haven't been shot yet, have you?
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    naa, i added that line after i already posted it xD
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    I think swapping stories would be the best form of communication when holed up in a hostel. I've never stayed in one, though. I get the feeling that I probably would keep to myself.
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    seriously though, I don't think I've ever said to myself, "omg that's so inspiring!" I'm usually wandering around looking straight up at the buildings.
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    Happy Halloween!

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    I just noticed you replied to me here. You in Dongguan yet? Btw, have you heard that it's the prostitution capital of China? ;-)

    I've been meaning to make a trip there at some point, I haven't really explored much of Guangdong yet, so once you get settled in let's try to meet up.
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Drunk reviewing a kebab. cool story brah

by kotora on 10-04-2014 at 02:07 AM
Who expects a kebab to taste differently from the last one? I do. Every time I walk into a kebab place, I expect it to taste better than the last one I had. Or even worse, as long as it's a different experience. When does that ever happen? They're all the smurfing same, more or less. Maybe the meat is a bit less greasy sometimes. Maybe the veggies are a bit fresher.

It's my friend's birthday. Most of the people left before midnight. I decided to stick around because she's a friend

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ToraTravels: no bangin' in Bangkok (january 2014)

by kotora on 07-07-2014 at 11:08 AM
Bangkok is similar to many Chinese cities. Itís a massive sprawl of ugly apartment buildings and expressways casting the streets in their shadows. Itís still dark at 5 am in the morning after I leave the diesel train and hop into a tuk-tuk, a motorcycle with a ittle carriage welded to the back, for a fast ride towards Khao San Road, the one of the most disgusting places in the world. By the time I get there the sun is illuminating the street and the few old white dudes with their arm around a hooker

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Updated 07-08-2014 at 11:37 AM by kotora

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ToraTravels: A-party-heid in Israel

by kotora on 05-19-2014 at 11:26 PM
My last night in Tel Aviv happened to be on Israelís Independence day, which is on a different date every year. From what I knew before about Goa parties, LSD and MDMA, the Israelis love to party and the night of Independence Day confirmed this idea. Tel Aviv was going crazy. Similar to Memorial Days and Victory Days in Europe, the previous day is one of mourning en remembrance of the dead, and in the morning they sound the air alarms in commemoration. The next day is one of celebration. From what

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Updated 05-20-2014 at 09:57 PM by kotora

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ToraTravels: Shenanigans in Sarajevo with wild dogs, nice food and a lack of purpose

by kotora on 04-30-2014 at 07:28 AM
After a visit to Prague and Milan, I find myself in the formerly war-torn Yugoslavia, hoping to find human drama and a good round of fresh ideas. What I found instead were dogs, Turkish food, American tourists and cheap cappuccinos. Going with a more structured format this time!

Bling bling

Bosnia was part of the Turkish (Ottoman) empire for hundreds of years, lying on the frontier lands of Christian Europe.

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Updated 05-01-2014 at 11:38 PM by kotora

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ToraTravels: 7 Days in Tibet

by kotora on 04-08-2014 at 11:05 AM
After a drunk New Year's Eve in Guiyang, which ended in a fellow Eoffer's bed, my next stop is Chongqing, yet another megacity you've never heard of. I've been told that the girls are hot.

What I found instead was another smoggy, grey industrial mass with Chinese people scurrying around with huge bags on their backs. The city was built on a very hilly landscape and roads are sparse, which means the workers have to go up and down

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