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Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa Le Charme de l'Indochine

http://victoriahotels.asia

Discover the Angkor Temples and Explore the Khmer Empire with Victoria

Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa, inspired by 20th century colonial architecture and design, is located next to the King’s Residence, overlooking the Royal Gardens. At only ten minutes from the Angkor Vat, the hotel provides a sense of serenity with the nostalgic comfort and elegant reďŹ nement of the French Art de Vivre.

To book, please contact us :

VICTORIA ANGKOR RESORT & SPA - Central Park P.O. Box 93145, Siem Reap Town, Kingdom of Cambodia Tel : +855 63 760 428 Fax : +855 63 760 350 Email : resa.angkor@victoriahotels.asia


Explore Hoi An Town - the UNESCO World Heritage Site and Charming Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa

Victoria Hoi An Resort is located along a stretch of pristine white-sand beach with one side facing the river and the other facing the sea. The resort oers a warm, restful retreat replicating a traditional ďŹ shing village with small streets, water ponds and village houses with clay-tiled roofs.

For reservations, please contact us at:

VICTORIA HOI AN BEACH RESORT & SPA - Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An Town, Quang Nam, Vietnam Tel : +84 510 3927 040 | Email : resa.hoian@victoriahotels.asia | http://victoriahotels.asia


Vol. 13 No. 4

April 2014

Editor’s Notes (Formerly Asia-Pacific Harrier)

www.harriermagazine.com Editor/Publisher Jim Edens publisher@harriermagazine.com Administration Lisa Sukita customerservice@harriermagazine.com Design / Artwork / Photos / Layout / Digital Edition / Website Jimmy Wilkins jwilkins@harriermagazine.com America Correspondent Sean Gilmour seanspg@gmail.com Europe Correspondent Julie Burgess jaburgess@planet.nl International RDR Editor Jay Hopkins hopkins.jay@gmail.com Contributors: Editorial / Photos / Graphics Richard Hadfield, Sarah Marek, Larry “Big Bore” Maxwell, Milton Miller, Terry Shefford, Damien Smethurst Alan Winter Regular Contributors: Kurt Bodmer, Julie Burgess, Paul Cade, Jim Edens, Randall Salisbury, Ian Slater, Lisa Sukita, Jimmy Wilkins

Contributors Welcome!

We welcome anything related to hashing. * All submissions are subject to the editor’s axe.

DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the magazine, its advertisers, publisher or contributors.

If you are a print subscriber and you have not seen the MONTHLY All Digital Editions, you are missing out! As a print subscriber you are entitled to have full access to the monthly digital editions that come out in addition to the quarterly print editions. If you have misplaced your digital edition user name and password, please contact Lisa at customerservice@HarrierMagazine.com

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“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” While this accolade is most likely a Ben Franklin misquote, the heavenly brews of Trappist monks make Belgium a beer heaven on earth. Learn all you ever wanted to know about beer culture, and much more in The Beers of Belgium. And while planning your next European hash holidays, consider Krakow for Eurohash 2015. Hashers seeking solidarity in Poland may find the ghost of Leck Walesa lurking around every crack and cranny. If Asia is more accommodating to your dwindling bundle of Ben Franklin $100 bills, head to Bali for Asia Pacific Hash in May, and then back to the Island of the Gods again for the next Interhash. Say Mabuhay to earthly angels at the upcoming Philippines Nash Hash in Angeles City.


If the stench of Steinbeck’s Cannery Row is more your calling, we may see you at the CAN’D Red Dress Run in old Monterey, California. The coming months bring us some outstanding events in Bali, Brussels, and Thailand. Be it close to home, or in some exotic far away location, you can find hashers enjoying congenial camaraderie and a cold beer or two at the end of the trail. The Harrier Magazine Team in Asia, America, Europe and Oceania looks forward to meeting you on trail sometime soon. See you on trail, Jim Edens, Editor-in-Chief Harrier Magazine – Fun on the run since 2002 International Edition with readers in 100 countries www.HarrierMagazine.com

WEWant You! We • Photos • Articles • Letters to Editor See your stuff published around the world! Submit yours to publisher@harriermagazine.com


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On The Cover: Nick “Little Boy” Edwards first ran with the Khartoum Hash in 50 degree Celcius heat (122 degrees Fahrenheit), and didn’t run again for 15 years. He has been a regular Phnom Penh hasher, Phnom Penh Bike hasher, and the GM of the PNP Full Moon Hash over the last 8 years. He is often found breaking bridges and paddy dikes, providing amusement to laughing and smiling villagers whose homes were just trot through, and singing full volume off key in the circle. Photo By: Jimmy Wilkins

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The Premier Beers of Belgium Prague Hash 30th Anny. Eurohash 2015: Poland CAN’d H3 Celebrate The Lady In Red’s Birthday 100 Days of Madness Pan Philippines 2015: Angeles City Hashbitory - Angie Simms “Inside Out” Chennai H3 goes to Nepal Khmer New Year


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Brussels Beer Odyssey 2014 Hannover H3 30th Anny CAN’d H3 4th Anal RDR Indian Nash Hash 2014 Sihanoukville Island Hash II Thai Nash Hash 2014 10th Malaysian Nash Hash 2014 Chiangmai 1000 th 2018 Interhash Bid, Fiji Vinyard Hash - Greece USA Nash Hash 2014 16th Indochina Mekong Hash Asia Pacific Hash 2014-Bali Asia Pacific Hash 2016-New Zealand Nha Trang RDR - Vietnam Amari Midnight Charity Run 2014

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Departments Editor’s Welcome Hash Boy That’s Hashing! Hash Calendar Running Calendar On the Ice: Drinking Makes You Smarter!

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