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Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa Le Charme de l'Indochine
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 Kingâ€™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 : firstname.lastname@example.org
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 oďŹ€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 : email@example.com | http://victoriahotels.asia
Vol. 13 No. 3
(Formerly Asia-Pacific Harrier)
www.harriermagazine.com Editor/Publisher Jim Edens firstname.lastname@example.org Administration Lisa Sukita email@example.com Design / Artwork / Photos / Layout / Digital Edition / Website Jimmy Wilkins firstname.lastname@example.org America Correspondent Sean Gilmour email@example.com Europe Correspondent Julie Burgess firstname.lastname@example.org International RDR Editor Jay Hopkins email@example.com Contributors: Editorial / Photos / Graphics Eddie “Kuntfoo” Chung Gon “Gets It For Free” Ed “Hazukashii” Howell Larry “Big Bore” Maxwell Beth “Dr. Toolittle” Venit “Wet & Dry”, Shawn Wilkinson Regular Contributors: Kurt Bodmer, Julie Burgess, Paul Cade, Jim Edens, Randall Salisbury, Ian Slater, Lisa Sukita, Jimmy Wilkins If we forgot anyone, please tell us. Contributors Welcome! * All submissions are subject to the editor’s axe or scissors. DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the magazine, its advertisers, publisher or contributors. All Photos are (C) to the respective contributors (or their friends) or are from Wikimedia Commons, or from Morguefile.
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A soothsayer warned Julius Caesar to Beware of the Ides of March…when InterHash 2014 is set to take place on Hainan Island, in the People’s Republic of China. Traveling Hashman “Kuntfoo” reveals what 4000+ hashers can expect in the “Pearl of Paradise.” You don’t need to drink the Kool Aid when you visit the Guyana Hash in Georgetown. Wet & Dry escapes from her US prison, and goes undercover on a 4-day Hash Trek that would have made the residents of Jonestown proud. Anyone up for Hashing nude in the Lone Star state of Texas? Don’t be shy, and definitely don’t forget the sunscreen, unless you like to sizzle where the sun don’t normally shine. If steers and beers, and cactus in your rear, ain’t your cup of tea, travel north to the Washington DC for the Everyday is Wednesday H3’s 800th Celebration. Every real hasher must make that religious pilgrimage to Asia, where hashing began over 70 years ago. Hazukashii takes us back to the Early Days of Hashing in Jakarta, where
hashers have been following paper for over 40 years. If you are in the Philippines at the beginning of March, join the fun at the PI Hash Bash 2014. Then hop a short flight to Siem Reap for Cambodia Nash Hash the following week. The coming months will bring us outstanding events in Bali, Brussels, Thailand, and about anywhere else you choose to go. Be it close to home, or in some exotic far away location you can find hashers enjoying testy trails, congenial camaraderie, and the odd beer or two that seem to keep us coming back for more. The Harrier Magazine Team in Asia, America, Europe and Oceania looks forward to meeting you at a hash sometime soon. See you on trail,
Jim Edens, Editor-in-Chief
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On The Cover: Dotty in Lumpini Park, Bangkok Photo By Jimmy Wilkins
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Belgian Beer Guide Interhash Preview South American Hashpitality- Guyanese Style Texas Nude Hashes Everyday is Wednesday H3â€™s 800th Run The Early Days of Hashing in Jakarta Newest Hash in Subic
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Departments Editorâ€™s Welcome Humor: Hash Boy Hash Calendar Running Calendar Looking Ahead to Next Issue
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Regions Hashing in India Hashing in Cambodia Hashing in The Philippines Hashing in Thailand Hashing in New Zealand Hashing in Laos
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Events Brussels Beer Odyssey Hainan Interhash 2014 The Naked Armadildo Hash Glasgow Commie Hash Pan-Asia India 2014 Snookie Island Hash 2 Cambodia Nash Hash Philippines Hash Bash 2014 Thailand Nash Hash 2014 Malaysian Nash Hash 2014 Chiang Mai 1000 Fiji Interhash 2016 Bid Vineyard Hash, Greece USA Nash Hash Indochina Mekong 2014 Asia Pacific Hash 2014 Asia Pacific Hash 2016 Amari Watergate Midnight Run
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A soothsayer warned Julius Caesar to Beware of the Ides of March…when InterHash 2014 is set to take place on Hainan Island, in the People’s...