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  • Back to Marrakech We wake late and have a lazy breakfast, last ones down. We take our time and get all cleaned up, packed and around to the bus. Jump on early and claim seats at the front so G is less Posted by lostagain in A big trip | May 12, 2010
  • 10.05.2010Illusioon, illusioon – sind vaid loon.... Minu illusiooniks oli juba mõnda aega olnud, et Tais on küll palju madusid, kuid oma kodus neid ei kohta. Ikkagi inimesed, pügatud muru ja igati tsiviliseeritud olemine. Esmaspäeva hommikul, kui peale hommikusö Posted by PankuPanku in Elu Tais | May 12, 2010
  • 25.04.2010Mõnikord juhtub, et asi nii ebatavaline, et ei saa kohe aru, kas juhtub unes või ilmsi. Tänase päeva varahommikune sündmus oleks minu poolest vabalt lihtsalt unenäoks, ehk pigem õudusunenäoks jäädagi. Kahjuks aga see siiski toimus. Olime Päikesekiirega Posted by PankuPanku in Elu Tais | Apr 25, 2010
  • Afghanistan Jackal This baby jackal has been living behind the aid station. He seems really playful and skittish bu Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Apr 17, 2010
  • ¡Leones, Tigres, y Osos...Ay Caramba!So Kim covered the archeology. Now it´s my turn to cover the animals! But first I wanted to weigh in just a little bit about the archeology too. For those of you only interested in the animal pictures, you can Posted by BenjaminE in Turtle and Barracuda | Apr 15, 2010
  • SumatraWe got to KL airport at about 11.30 at night and quickly set up a place to kip for the night. I was a little nervous about Sumatra after Kim had said it was 'due a tsunami'...(did he mean it Posted by palmer830 in Adam and Anna half a world away | Apr 14, 2010
  • dwartshehhe Posted by lyrha in si lyrha | Apr 8, 2010
  • This Town Has Gone to the CatsMy life revolves around the feeding cycles of my obese cats. Recently I took them to the vet and learned that 20 pounds is a not a healthy weight for a feline. Self control is not something they possess (I'm Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Apr 2, 2010
  • Genoa/Genova Part 1 of 3We visited genova way back on february 19th and 20th. :) [quote]"The Aquarium of Genoa is the largest aquarium in Italy and the second largest in Europe. Built for Expo 92, the Aquarium of Genoa is an educational, scientific and cultural Posted by AMarcynuk in Italy 2010 | Mar 22, 2010
  • Tiger Kingdom and Snake FarmWe went to the Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai with Clara and Kenneth and it was a great experience. We purchased the package deal that included 20 minutes with 3 large tigers and 20 minutes with 3 small tigers. Posted by Thai-Sarah in Tyler & Sarah - other side of the world | Feb 17, 2010
  • Singapore Zoo and Night SafariToday was a very different experience contrasted with our adventure in Bintan. We went to the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. First of all, I'm very much enjoying Singapore. The public transportation is confusingly easy to navigate Posted by slugtrek in Southeast Asia 2010 | Feb 12, 2010
  • The Cats of IstanbulJust for something completely different I would like to talk about cats. Istanbul has a lot of them. [img=http://photos.tr Posted by LeiCran in turkey with a splash of cran | Feb 4, 2010
  • ChickenToday, I have seen several chickens cross the road and I was cornered by a monkey gang. Oh, Brasil. Posted by Itatiaia in there are places I remember | Feb 5, 2010
  • Cahuita, Costa Rica - National Park - December 17, 2009http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/27/ Costa Rica Itinerary - November 15, 2009 http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/28/ Afraid to Go - December 1, 2009 http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/29/ Chicago - Posted by WebWeaver in BlueRoads, taking the back way home | Feb 5, 2010
  • Ann is scared of everythingTechnically we are now on day 4, but I should tell you about day 2 and three as well while I'm still keen and remembering it. Tuesday was our "explore the city" day, which means we went on one of Posted by acard in Unleashed | Feb 4, 2010
  • Going off the gridFor those of you who know me well, you know that when I get tired, I become a mute. A few of you might be nodding your head “yes” right now as you read this. That’s because it’s the truth. Posted by keoco1 in Where in the world is Kerryn O'Connor | Feb 3, 2010
  • Awake!In Vancouver, "Awake!" usually refers to the "Venti Awake, 1 teabag, room for skim" that I pick up each day at Starbucks. Here, it means we've downgraded from Hibernation DefCon 5 to Hibernation DefCon 1 or 2, and slowly, Posted by janicem in J & J Walking in London 2010 | Feb 2, 2010
  • Alajuela, Costa Rica - Volcan Poas - December 9, 2009http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/27/ Costa Rica Itinerary - November 15, 2009 http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/28/ Afraid to Go - December 1, 2009 http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/29/ Chicago - D Posted by WebWeaver in BlueRoads, taking the back way home | Feb 1, 2010
  • El Zoológico/The ZooEl vigésimo tercero de enero de 2010 (tratando de hablar en términos de Chile!) Me fui al zoológico, fue muy divertido. Vi los cinco tigres blancos de bengala que tenía la intención de ver. De cinco pies de distancia se Posted by kneedrager in Chile!! | Jan 24, 2010
  • Warm and Fuzzies Nothing beats sharing your lap with a nice fluffy kitty cat or a roly-poly puppy. I'll even admit to cuddling up with a guinea pig, bunny, or hamster now and then. As a true animal lover nothing beats the warm Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Jan 13, 2010
  • Running a successful business - lessons from an elephantElephants are renowned for having thick skins and you'd be forgiven for thinking that this is the only thing they have to teach us about running a successful business ... When I decided to combine my holiday this year with volunteering Posted by JaneB in Quirky travel adventures | Jan 12, 2010
  • Holidaying with an elephant“You mean you spent your holiday looking after an elephant?” my friends ask incredulously before bombarding me with dozens of questions. Yes, it’s true; I spent my holiday this year with my very own elephant! It all came about when I Posted by JaneB in Quirky travel adventures | Jan 12, 2010
  • Healing with livestock in RwandaThis is the first in a four-part series on our visits to farmers working with Heifer International in Gicumbi District, Rwanda. Crossposted from the Worldwatch Institute's Nourishing the Planet blog. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/260240 Posted by BorderJump in BorderJumpers | Dec 21, 2009
  • Plus Sized Kitty Cats In the mid 90's when most preteen girls had rooms plastered in posters of hunky stars of the day like Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Luke Perry, and Leonardo DiCaprio, and bands like 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys, I was busy wallpapering Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Dec 18, 2009
  • Falkland IslandsThis is the port we were most excited about visiting. After all, we did name this blog based on originally spending a week here to visit the wild life. Over 50% of the ships do not arrive in the Falklands Posted by winmouse in Falking Off | Dec 16, 2009

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