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  • You blood sucking parasite!...and then I turned to Kate and said "wait a second," pausing as we walked through the car park to the next waterfall, to check out what was making my big toe sore...turned out to be a leech, which was Posted by MarknKate in Mark and Kate's 12 month holiday | Jul 4, 2008
  • Safariwow, what a day! We left early and headed for the mountains for a day with animals. When we entered the park, we drove through what we would call a zoo, but without the cages. We had Posted by aarindu in Amee and Robs in Indonesia | Jun 25, 2008
  • Taronga Zoo TourAnnie: This zoo is AWESOME. The koalas are so cute, and so are the kangaroos. We also saw the worlds largest breed of pigeon. this is the zoo that we went to [img=http://www.traveller Posted by AnneAuntie in Crocs, Koalas and Roos; Oh My! | Jun 19, 2008
  • ZooparkYesterday I visited Saigon Zoo. I didn't mean to: I thought I was buying a ticket to the History Museum, but ended up in the zoo and stayed. My inner culture vulture is disappointed with myself, but at heart Posted by Wardsan in Asia 2008-09 | Jun 11, 2008
  • The Island of No EscapeHola amigos! Apologies for the lack of blogging but we have been in the land of no communication and thus accessing the net is bleedin impossible!!! So... basically a brief summary is as follows: we are STILL on Koh Phangan!!! Our original Posted by Louweazel in 5 weeks of heaven... I hope! | May 25, 2008
  • turtle watchingWhen I got to the jetty i heard everyone commenting on how rough the sea was that morning and they hadn’t seen it like that in a long time-just my luck. 8 of us got on the little motor boat Posted by annora in the long way home.... | May 14, 2008
  • Sí señor, will that be testicles or head?Alvin Starkman, M.A., LL.B. Some say it’s one of the oldest professions, yet it garners little if any respect from most of the population notwithstanding the tradition that has been its trademark for generations: the chivero, or slayer and preparer Posted by titosarah in Attractions in and around Oaxaca, Mexico | May 13, 2008
  • The Mad Cows are Coming!I have many conversations with my students during the day where we just agree, we don't understand each other. So I'm not completely sure I understand this issue completely, but I can tell you this, Korean president Lee Myeong Park Posted by john7buck in Mental Malaria | May 10, 2008
  • Horton hears a Mahout!We are glad to say that we are safe and sound in Laos at the moment. Luckily we are far away from the horrible aftermath of Cyclone Nargis that has battered southern Myanmar last week. We have not Posted by jented in Jen and Ted in the SEA | May 8, 2008
  • Crossing your PathIn Sri lanka it is common to see wild animals crossing the road as one is trying to pass. You might not think much of this, but when you see a elephant crossing at his pleasure you don't want Posted by JenGarbely in This Must Be The Place | May 8, 2008
  • The Cockroach Killer!In the heat of the passion could not take it any more it must die... I have come to terms with the ants getting into everything, the mosquitoes are around and the baby crabs at night in the sand trying to Posted by JenGarbely in This Must Be The Place | May 6, 2008
  • Bird WatchingFor the first time ever we went bird watching with some friends outside of Colombo. I was not really into it, but being polite and was looking forward to getting out of the city for a bit and it Posted by JenGarbely in This Must Be The Place | May 6, 2008
  • Foxes Posted by krismur in Foxes | May 1, 2008
  • Foxes Posted by krismur in Foxes | Apr 25, 2008
  • A Whale Shark TaleImagine, if you would, a goldfish- all gold and fish like, nonchalantly floating around in his bowl minding his own business. Perhaps he's marveling at the multi-coloured stones at the bottom or attempting to befriend his reflection or perhaps even Posted by davekrohne in Happy Slapped by a Sherpa | Apr 29, 2008
  • ChangDid I mention taking an elephant ride in Chiang Mai a couple of weeks ago? I don’t think I did. We got to Chiang Mai early in the morning and while some of the group went off to Posted by Wardsan in Asia 2008-09 | Mar 31, 2008
  • Update on DogWell the scare from near two weeks ago continued to haunt me until Saturday. Hopefully now, it will once and for all be resolved. Over the past twelve days I have been monitoring the health of the dogs near Sayanusí Posted by kearlkozby in 2581 Miles to the South | Mar 31, 2008
  • Somethin' Jumped up and Bit MeTuesday could not have been a worse day for me. I came to school and locked horns with the registrar some more. I can't wait for the day they get their act together. But also, today was Posted by kearlkozby in 2581 Miles to the South | Mar 26, 2008
  • Elephant walk in Chiang RaiThere is no other image as identifiable of Thai culture than the elephant. This ancient beast has had a long and valuable impact on this country as a working companion and as a powerful attack force over the centuries. But Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Mar 12, 2008
  • The Woman DayTest Posted by NgocThao in The Woman Day | Mar 7, 2008
  • The Australia ZooI'm feeling extremely guilty about how far behind I am on entries... it's been 3+ weeks since my trip to the zoo, and I just got back from an incredible trip to Cairns, which is more presently relevant. I'll Posted by mintleaf37 in Stephanie Down Under | Feb 19, 2008
  • Bannerghetta National ParkWe decided early on in our trip that we wanted to see some tigers. After some research we discovered a safari-like experience at Bannerghetta National Park outside of Bangalore and decided to experience this on Saturday. We had the hotel taxi Posted by mexibell in Inside India | Feb 3, 2008
  • Ranganthittoo Wildlife SanctuaryAfter an almost 3 hour ride from Bangalore to Mysore, we arrived at Ranhanthittoo Wildlife Sanctuary (, about 20 km away from Mysore. It sits along the Kaveri r Posted by mexibell in Inside India | Jan 28, 2008
  • Feeding frenzies and horny elephantsNow based on the eastern side of the park we had the early mornings down pat. At dawn on the 9th, the day was already promising to be a hot one, but in the precious few cool hours from Posted by threedogs in Tales from Namibia and Botswana | Jan 12, 2008
  • The early bird catches the wormHaving fortuitously caught up with my new acquaintance Tim and his family at Okakuejo Camp it soon became evident early in the conversation that Tim and his family were actually non-chalant in their attitude towards spotting lions. Now this Posted by threedogs in Tales from Namibia and Botswana | Jan 3, 2008

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