Blog Entries tagged 'asia'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'asia'
- Journey The City of Technology - Day 2 & 3 It is Day 2 of my trip to Tokyo and I decided to travel outside of the city. My first destination is a little town of Kamakura.
Kamakura is a coastal town south of Tokyo. It is full of temples, shrines, Posted by justinroska in My Dream Trip around the World | Apr 28, 2013
- Journey The City of Technology - Day 1I arrived to my first destination which is Tokyo, Japan and got a taxi to take me to my hotel which is the Shinjuku Prince Hotel. I had just arrived to my hotel and check-in to my room.
The next Posted by justinroska in My Dream Trip around the World | Apr 25, 2013
- Gardens by the Bay When Bill and Jamie visited me last August, he stayed in the Marina Bay Sands (they didn't gamble at all, but they used the roof-top infinity swimming pool a lot. Well, they're Aussies). His hotel room was facing the Gardens Posted by FrancisQ in RamBLer WithOUT BorDers | Mar 5, 2013
- Island Life and Pretend HolidaysWhat is it about island life that draws us all so much? Also the thought of tropical rainforests and tribesmen and untouched Africa and rustic settings etc... All the remote places with such different communities always attract us.
Beaches most Posted by sonia.itchyfeet in Sonia's Itchy Feet | Jan 30, 2013
- Trip to Hong Kong & ChinaSitting at O.R Tambo international airport, awaiting our flight, Des and I sit, still time to ponder and say goodbye to good friends and family
After a long sleepless night we arrive to a rain soaked Hong Kong, but still in Posted by lauchlan in Kimi's travels | Nov 6, 2012
- Om mani padme hum and yak wool blankets...
Kathmandu, put simply, is brilliant. There is so much to see and do you can easily fill ten days, and there seems to be plenty there to suit all tastes, be they trekking, extreme sports Posted by lauracerys in Destino Infinito | Sep 24, 2012
- Best and worst men’s rooms in AsiaDon’t miss it: The Dalai Lama’s temple, McLeod Ganj, India
The best place to watch the young monks debating… the atmosphere was quiet and the monks outnumbered the tourists. It’s also set in the trees on a hillside that makes Posted by Robin-and-Kevin in Adventures of Kevin and Robin | Jul 20, 2012
- Survival Kit, AsiaAfter five months of traveling through Asia we wanted to share a few tips and tricks that we discovered along the way… Here is a list of our top 5 most frequently used items in Asia:
===0. The (not so dark) Posted by Robin-and-Kevin in Adventures of Kevin and Robin | Jul 20, 2012
- Life in a BagPacking for 5 months backpacking around SE Asia is proving quite difficult. I leave two weeks today, and this is the first travelling of this sort that I will have done. Fitting it all into my 50 litre bag isn’t Posted by wanderhopper in Wander Hopping | Jul 5, 2012
- What's Next?What’s Next?
This August sees the end of my year long stay in Australia. Together with my girlfriend Laura we’ve had many adventures – which I will blog about in more detail eventually (I promise) – but here’s a condensed list Posted by Explorer_T in T's world backpacking tour | Jul 1, 2012
- FRIM - Hideout to escape from Mad Rush of daily lifeMother Nature has really blessed the city of Kuala Lumpur with tropical rain-forests, lush green hills & lakes within few hours of driving distance. Lots of opportunities for nature lovers to escape from the mad rush of daily life and Posted by nikfriend in World As I See It | Apr 28, 2012
- Bucketbath films presents...We haven't had the most reliable internet for the last month and a half. These videos are long overdue: starting with our most recent trek in Nepal and working through India, Cambodia and Laos.
Micah and I arrive back in Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Apr 16, 2012
- Robert's List
Comfort is not the thing at twenty-two when there remains yet the energy to drive curiosity and the endurance to put plan to action. The road across the mountains of central Posted by jajabor in Cholche, Jibon | Jan 25, 2012
- In the 'hood
‘Tell me why are we, so blind to see,
that the ones we hurt, are you and me’
- from the song ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ by Coolio
CNGs, four-wheel drives, pick-up drop-off c Posted by jajabor in Cholche, Jibon | Jan 25, 2012
- Burmese SweatCrumbling buildings, stained with ages of soot and mold, sag under the weight of their colonial past and the present’s dictatorial rule.
The Burmese walk the streets with deathly-pallid faces, painted with a powdered sun block to fend off the scorching Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Jan 12, 2012
- Southeast Asia 2007[img=ht Posted by Anahera in Sarah is travelling the world... | Jan 9, 2012
- A Very Merry (Ladyboy) ChristmasIt was a cave of lust. Past touts hustling massages and ping pong shows. Past crowds of men - Western, Middle Eastern, Asian – with arms snaked around Thai dancer’s bodies. Down a dark corridor on the third floor of Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Dec 25, 2011
- My Solo RTW TripFamily, friends, countrymen, lend me your ears; I write here to tell you that I shall be backpacking across the globe. Even though I believe that time is a social construct, I think life is too short to achieve many Posted by Night Buggie in Born To Backpack | Dec 21, 2011
- South East Asia 2011(this entry can also be found @ http://rainamantiad.com )
December 16, 2011; Friday.
Five days from now, things will finally come to a full circle. Who would have thought? A year ago, inside his car, outside my door, after a stone grill Posted by royalrockness in Her Geek, His Goddess | Dec 12, 2011
- Hurry Up and WaitSwarms of motorbikes dart through the streets of Hanoi like nihilistic dragonflies careening toward a bug zapper.
Crazy traffic isn’t a new encounter for Joanie and I (crossing Jakarta’s smoggy, wide thoroughfares required guts of steel) but in Hanoi, Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Dec 8, 2011
- HanoiHanoi came as a shock initially as we stood outside the Hanoi Backpackers Hostel with out bags. It had only been a two hour plane ride and a relatively easy bus ride into Hanoi. The whole front of the hostel Posted by Christian25 in Flying The Nest | Dec 19, 2011
- The Unfortunate Doorman
I can’t say I’m much of a hijacker, which in Dhaka means a mugger. To the best of my recollection I did it only once, making a pistol with my fingers. I can’t look much like Posted by jajabor in Cholche, Jibon | Nov 28, 2011
- Bambu Cottage Posted by nergiscetin in Incredible India | Nov 24, 2011
- Colours of IndiaThe motto of Indians is true. India is incredible. The most important tip for a first timer in Mumbai can be the airport. If you are not a transit passenger and are going to take a seperate domestic flight when Posted by nergiscetin in Incredible India | Nov 23, 2011
- Kuala Lumpur What a great couple of weeks, we've gone from the city scenes and shopping centres of Kuala lumper to the hectic party island of Koh phi phi and Railey beach and are currently in the tranquil paradise of Koh Lanta Posted by eimearmck in Eimear's adventure | Nov 3, 2011