Blog Entries tagged 'animals'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'animals'
- Food, Finals, Farms, and Fun!!!My blog posts are not getting fewer and farther between intentionally. I finally have the time to sit down and write because, as of yesterday, my semester is OVER! It hasn’t fully sunken in yet, but my French Posted by NKammerer in Où je me trouve… | Apr 21, 2015
- ParadiseIn high school I remember my mom listening to the song "Just Another Day in Paradise." It didn't matter where you were, as long as you were with the people you loved. It was a sweet song, that made me Posted by UnMejorHOY in Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel | Apr 19, 2015
- Bangkok - City of 7/11sA little less sleep deprived Aussie & her California room mate set off to explore this morning, we made it to the hotel reception where we bumped into a couple of others from our tour. So we took a day Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | Apr 12, 2015
- ZOO COFFEE animal coffee shop in ShanghaiZOO COFFEE is the new chain-like brand coffee shop, to this day, twenty-six new stores have been opened in Shanghai. The coffee shop which was decorated very warm and very interesting. There are zebras, monkeys, tiger and other animals in Posted by yuning_china in travel around China | Mar 23, 2015
- Western Australia- ReviewOkay, so this review was written a little while ago, but I've just had the PDF back to confirm it was published in the Hull Daily Mail in East Yorkshire, England.
SYDNEY Opera House and the Great Barrier Reef may hog Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Mar 12, 2015
- Koh Ngai Towelling MenagerieA nice bottle of wine (or a few beers, if preferred) on our return for the first person who correctly identifies what these tortured towels are meant to represent, or for the most amusing wrong suggestions!
Please submit your entry as Posted by GinSmugglers in GinSmugglers go Thai | Feb 9, 2015
- Caye Caulker Island (Belize) 31st January
Leaving Flores early in the morning, I make my way to Belize City. The first thing that strikes me when I cross the border is that none of the signs are written in spanish, I expected that being Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Feb 4, 2015
- Cuba Libre - Coffee, Camera and CDA beautiful orange light is streaming into our room through the window shutters. Curiosity gets the best of me and I walk out onto the terrace to experience the Cuban sunrise...camera time!...photo opportunity ( one of many )! Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Jan 26, 2015
- Elephants, monkeys, tarmac and dustThe nice side effect of crossing half the country to the sites of our field trip was, that we also passed through Murchison falls national park where the streets were flanked by wildlife.
[img=https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-RsLPO6GGIh8/VMCIb5VZNII/ Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Jan 28, 2015
- Winter in Yellowstone National Park, Day 2.Day 2.
I had a little better night's sleep, but was still awake at 6am. I quickly dressed for the cold walk to the breakfast room, waking Chris in the process. I went over and had the same as yesterday: omelet, Posted by vegasmike6 in Mike's Adventures | Jan 19, 2015
Please please please donate to my Donation fund to travel to South Africa summer 2016 to help prevent poaching and help with the cons Posted by Cathy Mccabe in Animal Conservation In South Africa | Jan 17, 2015
- Las Penitas, Nicaragua - a corner of paradise Leon - where the revolution started
Our next stop for one night is Leon, another nice colonial town a little less renovated than Granada. Leon is also the birth place of the Nicaraguan revolution and we visited the historical museum Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Jan 14, 2015
- Have you ever sung to a dolphin through a snorkel?Kaikoura has an abundance of sea life just off the coast, and there's lots of opportunities to view them or even get up close and personal! Last time I was in [[http://postcardfromtheheart.travellerspoint.com/18/|Kaikoura]] I went whale watching, wanderi Posted by smr1188 in Postcards From the Heart | Jan 11, 2015
- Mountain Gorilla trek in the Democratic Republic of Congo We rose early at our camp in Kisoro, Uganda, well before sunrise. There was time for a quick breakfast and prep-up before departure. The tour truck took us as far as the border of th Posted by mattchayman in Matts Blog | Jan 3, 2015
- The Galapgos Island - Part 2Isabela Island
A 2 hour journey crammed on a speed boat is not a great way to travel but it is the only way to get to Isabela Island which is my next destination.
Isabela Island - it is the largest island Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Jan 2, 2015
- The Galápagos Islands - part 120th December
I leave Cuenca for the 4 hour bus journey to Gayaquil where I am flying to the Galápagos Islands for Xmas but after 1 hour, the bus breaks down and we wait another hour for a spare bus to Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Dec 30, 2014
- Bye bye Peru, Hello EcuadorI have not updated the blog for a few days as I have basically been taking it easy in Mancora, a beach resort mainly known for its great waves for surfing.
Mancora - 11th to 16th December
After Machu Piccu and Lima Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Dec 19, 2014
- 3 jours dans le desert en Bolivie18 Novembre
Après avoir lu tant de choses merveilleuses sur ce trajet, c'est enfin à mon tour de le faire.
Le passage à la douane est simple mais à 4800m d'altitude. Il n'y a aussi pas de toilettes et puisque l'on Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 25, 2014
- Three day tour - Salt Flats18 November
8am start, I am collected from my hostel. In the bus I have the pleasant surprise to find Julie, a girl who is half French half Spanish which is brilliant as the Bolivian drivers on the tour only speak Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 25, 2014
- Up in the Air=="If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.".==
In the beginning...
Cape Schanck, Victoria, Australia.
[img=http://photos.tra Posted by camenbrothers in Up in the Air | Sep 29, 2014
- Und sie kanns immernoch!Hallo meine Liebsten,
VIELEN VIELEN DANK fuer all die lieben Geburtstagsgruesse :) Mit euren lieben Worten und Bildern und den tollen Menschen hier hatte ich einen unvergesslichen Tag! DANKE! Aber dazu mehr spaeter...
Heute sitze ich im Buero uns ha Posted by Jennyswaves in followthesun | Nov 21, 2014
- Anuradhapura/NegomboAnuradhapura proved to be the most interesting of the ancient cities, as well as the oldest, dating to approximately 400 BC. The city was abandoned after an invasion some 1300 years later, and the jungle took over until the British Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Nov 10, 2014
- Santiago and chilling in Vińa del MarSo I said goodbye to Argentina and hello to Chile. The most striking difference at first is the speed of the internet, super fast in Chile.
After one night in Punto Arenas (where I saw the Magellan straight) I took Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 7, 2014
- Great Barrier Reef + Snorkeling with WhalesThere's a lot of different tour companies when it comes to diving the Great Barrier Reef. There's a variety of boats ranging from half day trips to liveaboard multi-day trips with several dives a day, some go to one Posted by smr1188 in Postcards From the Heart | Nov 5, 2014
- If the Clothes Make the Man, Do they Make the Macaque?[center][/center]
[right]Renaissance Monkey Photo Copyright (c) 2014 Tyler M. Stevens[/right]
[b][center]Cloaked in a sheet it liberated from a monk's clothesline,
a young rhesus macaqu Posted by TravelerTyler in Whither shall the winds blow me? | Oct 31, 2014