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Kayaking in Halong Bay, Vietnam

Kayaking in Halong Bay, Vietnam in my birthday month last year!

Today is my 29th birthday! Yay!

Want to give a gift? Help me further expand the readership of this website, which has now cracked the Top 50 mark of the independent travel blog rankings at #47!

Here are options for how to give this gift:

1. Simply read and comment on an article (or three) among the 400+ on this site! I’ve put a ton of time and love into them and want them to be read!

2. Post a specific article or the general link to your Facebook wall to share to your friends, or directly email it to someone you think might like it. (You can either copy and paste the link or use the handy “Share” buttons at the bottom of each post.)

Eating Dragonfruit in Laos

Eating Dragonfruit in Laos: better than birthday cake?

3. Click here to go to this site’s Facebook page, and click “Like” at the top. We’re nearing 800 fans, and 1,000 is not far behind!

4. Click here to be taken to the screen to follow on Twitter. I’m @WorldLillie . I’m at 2,194 followers now, and am aiming for… a zillion of course!

5. If you’re a fancy technological champ, StumbleUpon or Digg or generally share and promote any article that fits your fancy.

Thanks in advance for your delicious gift of help promoting this site. It’s been so exciting to watch it grow, and I look forward to even greater growth in the coming year!

And now for a fascinating flashback… exactly one year ago today I was in Mui Ne beach in Vietnam, having a crazy birthday party thrown by strangers. Want the juicy details? Click here!

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Thursday 22nd of March 2012

I never heard of Dragon Fruit. /:


Sunday 18th of December 2011

Do you do this each year? You did the same thing this year. :)


Sunday 18th of December 2011

Yup! :)

John Teehan

Tuesday 6th of December 2011

What is Dragon Fruit? And what does it taste like?


Tuesday 6th of December 2011

It's a delicious fruit common in Asia! It kind of tastes like kiwi. There's another photo here: It's so pretty!


Sunday 1st of May 2011

Yes, I have to like this site on Facebook. Can you see who likes it?


Sunday 1st of May 2011

Indeed I can, but as there are over 1,000 fans now (woo hoo!) sometimes it's hard to scroll through them all :) See you over at ! :)


Sunday 12th of December 2010

I could not kayak in a body of water like that. I'd be too paranoid something would come from underneath me and attack me. :-T

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