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Attacks on passing vehicles are common as this tuk tuk attack demonstrates - Takeaway photo

One of the downsides of Songkran is having your possessions ruined from being doused with water and powder. This young lady has a watch that MAY BE water proof but is your cell phone, I-Pad, computer or camera? - Takeaway photo

 

Conor Woodman travels around the world hoping to be ripped off by hustlers for his TV show Scam City televised on the National Geographic Channel - (RhondanClive Photo)

 

 

TRAVEL TIPS - ROVING WANNA BE JOURNALISTS - September, 2017
Thailand & Cambodia - Apparently social media has inspired some individuals to attempt to become journalists. This is one step down from the journalism one might find in Cambodia - We have experienced two incidents of being approached by individuals to participate in a video and be interviewed by them

TRAVEL TIPS - BANGKOK'S WRONG AIRPORT TRIP - March, 2017
THEY GOT IT WRONG -Going the wrong way to the wrong airport could be costly. We encountered this wrong way wrong airport problem but fortunately we made our flight. The point being what if your flight is the last of the day or the only one that day what could you do?

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia - BEWARE OF THAILAND'S SONGKRAN - April, 2013
During Songkran people roam the streets with containers of water or high powered water guns and powder, or post themselves at the side of roads with a garden hose and drench each other and passersby. Water from the canals is often used. The canals are Bangkok's sewers. The powder thrown combined with the water creates a chalk like film that can cause damage to your belongings. Your watch that MAY BE water proof but is your cell phone, I-Pad, computer or camera?

TV & Travel Tips - VIDEO BEAT Part 1 - SCAM CITY REVEALS TOURIST SCAMS - November, 2012
SCAM CITY GETS CLOSE TO THE BONE - Scam City is a TV program where television meets the real world of scams that a tourist should be aware of when traveling. Host Conor Woodman walks on the wild side and sometimes puts his life in danger. In Prague he was slapped around by a huge bully gangster and had to pay $300 to get out of the backroom of a club a prostitute led him to. The gangster informed Woodmen that he pays money to leave or he will die. Woodman PAID... - Recommended TV Listings

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia - BEWARE OF THAILAND'S SONGKRAN - April, 2012
During Songkran people roam the streets with containers of water or high powered water guns and powder, or post themselves at the side of roads with a garden hose and drench each other and passersby. Water from the canals is often used. The canals are Bangkok's sewers. The powder thrown combined with the water creates a chalk like film that can cause damage to your belongings. Your watch that MAY BE water proof but is your cell phone, I-Pad, computer or camera?. - CAMBODIA'S KHMER NEW YEAR. This year 40 thousand of Thailand's Red shirt supporters of Thaksin Shinawatra are planning to converge on the Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) Cambodia to gather in his honor. He is expected to arrive in the town sometime between the 10th to the 15th to celebrate the holiday.

Travel Tips CHINA - TIME DOESN'T WAIT FOR THE BANK OF CHINA - January, 2012
BANK of CHINA = INCONVENIENCE & A WASTE OF TIME - TIP: BE ADVISED WHEN YOU ARE IN CHINA PURCHASE AN INTERNATIONAL SIM CARD for occasions such as contacting your bank and contacts for emergencies. SIM cards are sold when you exit customs at the Beijing airport. We didn't purchase there. We needed to find out what a fair price was and who the good companies were - Chinese banking systems are not what a westerner would be accustomed to. At the Bank of China convenience is not a part of the equation.

Travel Tips CHINA - AVOID THE BANK OF CHINA LIKE THE PLAGUE - December, 2011
IF YOU VALUE YOUR TIME & MONEY - THE BEIJING EXPERIENCE - When a tourist spends thousands of dollars to travel to the other side of the world to visit a country to enjoy tourism sites the last thing in the world a tourist needs are problems. Anyone can obtain problems ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD FOR FREE so…. WHY PAY FOR PROBLEMS IN CHINA? The Bank of China's prevailing attitude is a minimum two hour wait is better spent for a tourist to wait for service than using that time to spend money visiting tourist sites. As we all know TIME CAN'T BE REPLACED

TRAVEL TIPS - Cambodia - CAMBODIA'S PEDOPHILE KING IS RELEASED - December, 2011
TOURISTS BEWARE PEDOS ARE THERE - Apparently the Cambodia government doesn't value the safety of their people as they gave its children a Christmas present by secretly releasing Russian pedophile Stanislav Molodyakov aka Alexander Trofimov who is wanted by Interpol back on to the streets of Cambodia. He was sentenced to a 17-year jail term for having sex with 17 underage children. According to the Phnom Penh Post the PEDO was released Tuesday December 20th after serving only four years of that sentence due to a ROYAL pardon - Molodyakov is also a wanted man by Interpol and Russia for alleged child sex crimes in Russia with young children several of whom are between the ages of 8-10 years old

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia - Part 2 - AMAZING RACE CONTESTANTS RIPPED OFF IN THAILAND - October, 2011
With the Amazing Race video camera's rolling in their face Phuket's Tuk Tuk and samlor operators overcharged and cheated Amazing Race competitors in this week's leg 5 of the race - : AVOID THE RAIN - If you plan to visit the area and the Angkor Wat Temples the best months to do that is December through March

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia - Part 1 - CAMBODIA'S WATER FESTIVAL RACES CANCELED - October, 2011
Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen has canceled the boat races for this years Water Festival - Thailand's Loi Krathong Festival is a Mystery if it will go on given the nations flash flooding situation

The Adventures of Roman Wanderaugh in CHINA Travel Tips - CHINA THE SWEET & SOUR - Part 1 - October, 2011
At times the road was rough and plans were changed due to necessity and unnecessary problems' raising the question is CHINA ready for prime time tourism? - Subway systems are excellent - Communications with SIM CARDS - Bank of China Nightmare - Internet solution

TRAVEL TIPS - CHINA- CHINA'S BULLET TRAIN HAS PROBLEMS - JULY, 2011
FAST MONEY FOR SLOW SERVICE - After 12 days of official operation yesterday July 12th China's fast Bullet train ran into problems. China's CCTV News reported that on the Beijing to Shanghai trip arrived two hours late

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia BANGKOK & THAILAND ARE DANGEROUS - JULY, 2010
THAILAND AS YOU REMEMBER IT? NOT GOOD -Two bombings within a week in heavily trafficked tourist areas continue to raise havoc in a country televising advertising for tourists stating..... Thailand as you remember it. YES WE DO - Life is Cheap in Cambodia

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia THAKSIN SHINAWATRA MAINTAINS A LOW PROFILE WHILE THAILAND BURNS RAISING MORE CONCERNS - MAY, 2010
The irony is that the red shirts have been manipulated by wealthy people to fight for democracy and a revolt against Thailand's elite in support of Thaksin. During Thaksin's administration Thailand initiated the sale of the ELITE CARD targeted for wealthy foreigners at a price of $25,000 per membership. That program went down in flames with corruption being the underlying cause and foreigner's lack of interest

Business & Travel - Four Points by Sheraton Soars in 2010, with Sixteen Properties on Three Continents Set to Debut - April, 2010
Fast-Growing Four Points by Sheraton Soars in 2010, with Sixteen Properties on Three Continents Set to Debut Global Growth Follows $1 Billion Rejuvenation of Brand, 70% Turnover of Portfolio

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia BLOODY THAILAND BREAKS OUT IN VIOLENCE- April, 2010
THAILAND NOT SAFE - Due to the Thaksin Shinawatra Red Shirt protesters destructive outbursts while mobbing Bangkok 20 people were reported dead including a photographer with the Reuters News Agency and more than 800 injured

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia BEWARE OF THAILAND'S SONGKRAN - March, 2010
During Songkran people roam the streets with containers of water or high powered water guns and powder, or post themselves at the side of roads with a garden hose and drench each other and passersby. Water from the canals is often used. The canals are Bangkok's sewers. The powder thrown combined with the water creates a chalk like film that can cause damage to your belongings. - CAMBODIA'S KHMER NEW YEAR.

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - BEWARE OF PHNOM PENH SORYA BUS TRANSIT - January, 2010
When it comes to travel safety, comfort and honesty is always an issue. On a recent trip on a Phnom Penh Sorya Transit bus theft became an issue as our sport jacket was stolen. The most disturbing thing is the company's representatives could care less.

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - THAILAND ON THE ALERT - CAMBODIA HAS SAFETY ISSUES - December, 2009
Shinawatra's red Shirt followers create concern and unrest - Are there killers on the loose in Cambodia? - Mith Samlanh's Friends restaurant help build futures for some of Cambodia's discarded street children. - TOP 5 MOST READ TRAVEL TIPS COLUMNS

Business & Travel - Remote Lands - Private Jet Holidays at Amanresorts in Laos, Cambodia, Thailand - December, 2009
Design personalized, private-jet itineraries to the Amanresorts hotels in Southeast Asia

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - CLOUDED POLITICS & SCAMS IN THAILAND - November, 2009
The political unrest in Thailand has clouded the issue of is Thailand a safe place to visit. Cambodia's appointment of former Thai Premier and fugitive from Thai justice Thaksin Shinawatra as its financial advisor resulted in the Thai government talking about closing the borders to Cambodia - BEWARE OF THAI SCAMS

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - H1N1 CONCERNS DAMPER UPCOMING CAMBODIAN & THAILAND HOLIDAYS - October, 2009
Warnings to avoid crowds could reduce the number of tourists who are hoped to participate and bring tourist dollars into their economy - Cambodia's Health Minister appealed to the public to take precautions and avoid large crowds if they experience flu like symptoms

Travel Business - Sheraton Puerto Rico Convention Center Hotel & Casino - October, 2009
To open in November Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Interlink Group to Unveil New 503-Room Hotel – Part of a $6 Billion, Multi-Year Sheraton Brand Revitalization – with Superior Meeting Space, Casino, Pool, Spa and Club Lounge in Exquisite Surroundings San Juan’s First New Full-Service Hotel and Casino in More than 10 Years is Also the First and Only in the Caribbean Pursuing LEED Certification

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - Part 3 - WHAT IS A COMPUTER VIRUS? - September, 2009
MORE ABOUT THE AUTO RUN & RECYCLER VIRUSES - Viruses are sometimes confused with computer worms and Trojan horses, which are technically different. A worm can exploit security vulnerabilities to spread itself to other computers without needing to be transferred as part of a host, and a Trojan horse is a program that appears harmless but has a hidden agenda.

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - Part 2 - AUTO RUN - RECYCLER VIRUSES IN CAMBODIA & THAILAND - September, 2009
When using a public computer always check to see if they have an anti-virus program. CHECK IT TO MAKE SURE IT WORKS. Many of the Internet Cafes are owned or managed by individuals who have no to little knowledge of how the Internet or their computers work. The focus is on collecting your money while not providing any security for their customers

Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - COMPUTER VIRUSES ARE RAMPANT IN CAMBODIA & THAILAND - August, 2009
INTERNET CAFÉ USERS BEWARE - When you use a public Internet shop/cafes in Cambodia or Thailand it's like walking through a field of landmines. If you get to the other side without getting blown up you can consider yourself lucky.

The Adventures of Roman Wanderaugh Travel Tips - Thailand - Cambodia THE RACE TO DECADENCE - July, 2009
THAILAND'S SWINE FLU CASES GROWING - PEDOPHILE PERMITTED TO LEAVE PRISON - A musician working on a cruise ship which docked in Pattaya for a day walked around the beach area and remarked after the experience, "Boy there are lot of hookers there."

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