My top-ten rated blogs last week

I thought that it would be interesting to share a list of my top ten blogs last week, ranked by number of hits, with the most popular first:

  1. Burma: an essential guide – Telegraph
  2. Autumn Statement 2013: Britain’s needlessly slow recovery – Martin Wolf- FT.com
  3. David Cameron urges UK schools to teach Mandarin – FT.com
  4. Putin signed his harshest anti-gay law yet – Skift
  5. UK: FCO holed below the water line – English pravda.ru
  6. Fantastic Things To Do in Vietnam | Jamie King -Huffington Post
  7. Cancer in britain lags far behind European average – Telegraph
  8. A gaffe-prone Japan is a danger to peace in Asia – Gideon Rachman – FT.com
  9. Companies that take on under-21s will not have to pay ‘jobs tax’ | Mail Online
  10. Britain’s sugar rush economy fuelled by house prices masks perilous imbalance | Larry Elliott | theguardian.com

Any thoughts?

 

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Burma: an essential guide – Telegraph

English: Young monk in front of the Bagaya Kya...

English: Young monk in front of the Bagaya Kyaung monastery. It is in Burma, near Mandalay. The building itself was made of teakwood, except the stairs. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Stilt houses at Lake Inle, Myanmar.

Stilt houses at Lake Inle, Myanmar. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Location of Burma

Location of Burma (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Outdoor market, Yangon, Myanmar

English: Outdoor market, Yangon, Myanmar (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Myanmar

Myanmar (Photo credit: eGuide Travel)

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This is a HIGHLY RECOMMENDED guide from the Telegraph. Check it out!

Burma: an essential guide – Telegraph.

Personally, looking at the Telegraph guide brought back vivid memories of our own visit to Burma last year. It’s now officially called Myanmar, by the way.

If you are interested in our own first hand insights to Burma open this link – you won’t be disappointed!

Burma is the hottest destination in Asia, right now. If you are tempted, I would strongly encourage you to visit Burma very soon before it is spoiled by mass-tourism. Don’t delay!

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