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Travel Reads - November 17, 2017 Edition

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A weekly newsletter of great travel reads and links by James Clark from Nomadic Notes. 
 
November 17 · Issue #30 · View online
Nomadic Notes
A weekly newsletter of great travel reads and links by James Clark from Nomadic Notes

Greetings from Saigon. I’ve been working on another rail project that is related to the current and proposed railway map, so not much in the way of blogging this week. I’m also attending a rail conference in Hanoi at the end of the month, so I hope to gather more information there for future posts.
Here is this weeks pick of good reads from around the web.
~ James 
Travel Reads
How Does Travel Transform You After 9 Years of Backpacking the World?
Leaving Cambodia: How do I do right by the place I called home?
The Life-Changing Magic Of Taking Long Walks
10 Industrial Ruins Transformed Into Stunning Parks
Electric vehicles
Shenzhen set to have world's first all-electric public bus fleet
Made in Italy, the first electric Vespa
Where to live
Temperate preferences, by xkcd.
Instagram
The Binh Tay Market is getting a renovation, but the show must go on. There are temporary market sheds across the road, and of course street life goes on around it.
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