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Welcome to Brunei’s most comprehensive blogs directory! We dedicate this section to all the aspiring, creative and informative Bruneian bloggers who regularly

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I am a 21 year old undergraduate currently studying in my local university, University of Brunei Darussalam. I started blogging in March 2008 and have since .

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“Srikandi” is a character of Javanese Wayang, depicting a strong warrior-woman, able to overcome

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Blog written by expatriates in Brunei, living in Brunei, working in Brunei.

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MULTIFACETED, the furthest you can get from being one dimensional, that’s the impression that you get from reading the list of blogs that

Would you like to work, live, move to Brunei? Or just to find out how is life in Brunei? We’ve got much better than travel brochures: read blogs written by expatriates living in Brunei!

Rated E! A Bruneiyuki’s Explosive…

This is my personal blog which chronicles my experiences in Brunei. Plus, I post entries about my views about Philippines!

Jane and Didier in Brunei Darussalam

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Every week at the Hash a “newsletter” gets sent out to all members, called the ‘Hash Words’. It contains the normal info about the run of the week, which is site and length etc, but also additional info if needed – f.e about tonight, that we need to wear red for the on-on, since it’s the yearly Chinese New Year run.

This newsletter also contains other information related to the Hash, and some not Hash related, like nice recipes, jokes and other bits and pieces.

One of the duties of the hares is to do a write up about the previous run, for those hens who weren’t there, and for the Hash records. Usually it’s exactly that, a write up. Sometimes it can be quite funny or with a twist, but so far I’ve never seen it as good as this week’s:

Finally I managed to get Linnea to the hairdresser today for a trim. Her hair was in deep need of a bit of a tidy up, I can’t even remember when we last took her…

Anyway, since we came straight from school and she had been running around getting sweaty all day, I asked if they could just quickly wash her hair before cutting.

I never stop to amaze at the way they do it here – IN the chair! Which Linnea obviously thought was hilarious, since it was the first time she had it done at a salon.

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