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  • Beautiful PragueBreakfast was awesome. Surely I'm starting with the best hostel in Europe? It's going to be a hard act to follow. After breakfast, I caught the tram into town but got on the wrong one and ended up getting dropped Posted by Gotmybindle in Got My Bindle | May 20, 2012
  • A Piece Of Coal In The Wilderness - MoscowSo, for our whole trip up until Russia, we had either planned ourselves or made up on the fly all the details ie accommodation and transport. But in Russia, that soviet power trip very much remains, and their need to Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 20, 2012
  • Getting there!Accommodation: Sir Toby's Hostel - highly recommended! I cannot believe I am starting with a hangover. I shouldn't be surprised, it's so typical of me. But let me start at the beginning. My flight to Sydney was the best I've ever Posted by Gotmybindle in Got My Bindle | May 19, 2012
  • A Rose In The Wilderness - St PetersburgThe Venice of the North, the European Russia, St Petersburg seems to get many labels. To us it would be our favourite place on our Russian leg of the tour, and one of the beautiful cities we have seen in Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 19, 2012
  • Vienna, Buda, & Pest[img= Posted by mands186 in Mind The Gap | May 15, 2012
  • A travel dream. Have you ever had a goal that you dreamed for achieving from a young age? For me, from 14 years old I have being passionate about French and have forever dreamed of living in Paris, and learning the way of Posted by Bellatravels in Achieving a dream. | May 13, 2012
  • From Polands Dark Past To Its Bright FutureOk, after a bit of a downer of a blog entry last time, now I get to chat about something fun. Through our travels, when sitting around camp fires or having a few beers, we are often ask where our Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 9, 2012
  • Auschwitz.Auschwitz. Yep, if you're any sort of human being, this word has some pretty serious meaning. The feelings and images that just ran through your head are probably the same that runs through mine. The word alone brings images of Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 7, 2012
  • Preparing for Living AbroadWe have thought for some time that we’d like to live in other places for a time. We’d originally thought we’d live away for a year at a time but now have reconsidered that. We think that our grandkids wouldn’t Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Apr 24, 2012
  • A Taste Of BudapestThree nights isn't enough in Budapest. I know that now. In fact I think I knew it as soon as I stepped off the train. The place was filthy. The main station looked rusted as if it would collapse at Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 20, 2012
  • Winter trainingI am not a hot weather person. These past ten months of traipsing around Southeast Asia have wrung litres of sweat out of me. My T-shirts are now faded through overwashing, my hiking boots in need of regular Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Apr 19, 2012
  • A Symphony for Vienna in D Major – Second Movement A Symphony for Vienna in D Major – Second Movement Composition by Claytonius Von Idathoven Accompaniment by Melis Mi Amore She seems sad today. Her tears of snow glide weightlessly through the sky and the winds icy lips place gentle kisses Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 18, 2012
  • A Symphony for Vienna in D Major - First MovementA Symphony for Vienna in D Major - First Movement Composition by Claytonius Von Idathoven Accompaniment by Melis Mi Amore Trumpets announce the arrival of guests as they take their first steps within Vienna. A slow swell of Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 15, 2012
  • More Baroque Than BohemianAh, Prague. One of those picturesque cities of legend. One of those towns I had always dreamt of going and one everyone who's been always loves. A fairytale city. Although I don’t think there is enough fairydust in the world Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 7, 2012
  • Some Walls Linger Long After The Rubble Has ClearedAs I write this, we are on a train out of Germany. And thankful for it. I don’t really know what I expected of the country prior to coming, but we are leaving unimpressed. I do still see the country as Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 7, 2012
  • Adventure is just bad planningNorway might only have a population of about 5 million people, but it is a long and thin country. My flight from Oslo to Tromso covers a distance of well over 1,000km and the landscape becomes increasingly bleak and Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Apr 3, 2012
  • Wandering and PonderingSo we woke up having just discovered we now had an extra day in The Netherlands. Our next stop was Cologne in Germany, and I thought we had arranged to stay the Saturday night there with a host, but when Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 30, 2012
  • Pedal, Paddle and Pussy PowerWith a puff of smoke we arrived in Amsterdam. Getting off the train we could smell something special in the air. No not pot. Well actually yes, but for sake of poetry, I will say excitement. For a city with Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 30, 2012
  • Don't make me run, I'm full of chocolate!Leaving Paris was hard. I'll say it. Sick and dying and feeling sorry for myself I wished we were staying. What made things worse was that I had made a mistake with our accommodation so we franticly had to find Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 30, 2012
  • The cold has a voice - it talks to meSince returning to England from the last leg of my RTW trip in 2009, it would be fair to say that my income has been on the low side, certainly compared to the halcyon days when I earned a crust Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Mar 29, 2012
  • Captured BeautyI just thought I'd give the Louvre a special mention as I think it deserves it. I really love the time and money put into this place to house and display the history of our race through art. It would Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 29, 2012
  • From Paris with LoveWell, as I've said previously, we had an amazing time in Paris. We did, saw and experienced so much that I will never forget. But again I find myself in the position of not having time enough to fully express Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 28, 2012
  • Paris Gave Me HerpesOk, not herpes, but a horrible fever that left me convulsing and bed ridden. And really, I can only blame myself. As with any dirty seductress, Paris wasted no time. We went crazy on each other for five days. Day and Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 28, 2012
  • Of Castles and Wars - and of DragonsEver since reading books like the Ruins of Gorlan, by John Flanagan, I have been fascinated with medieval England and Europe. I have always thought that if I travelled back in time I would want to go to the medieval Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Mar 26, 2012
  • Under the KiltWell, so much has happened in the short time we have been here. Coming from Australia its pretty mind blowing just how much change can occur with a one or two hour train trip, both cultural and environmental. And Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Mar 23, 2012

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