Blog Entries tagged 'backpacking'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'backpacking'
- August 2010 Fr-It-Sui: Tour Mont Blanc in 9 daysOur Tour Mont Blanc
Georgia wanted to hike the Tour de Mont Blanc (TMB) and was looking for a guide. I was very happy to serve as one Posted by Marie-Jose in Marie-Jose going abroad | Aug 8, 2010
- ignorance is most definately blisss.......As the bus pulls out of the depot, i put some music on a allow myself to relax. It has been quite a hectic few days and time to think and just be has not been availible. I reflect on Posted by Dizzey1 in India | Aug 8, 2010
- Part seven: Chicago.Good day!
This is a bit late in the making but none the less welcome to my blog about Chicago.
First of all, we stayed at the Hostel International which was a bit of a bore and they only had 2 bathrooms Posted by dobby010 in Dobbys and Dannys Travelling Adventures | Aug 6, 2010
- Hiking, driving, trekking and rememberingGood evening from the Nile in Jinja, Uganda! I apologise for the length of time between this entry and the first one over two weeks ago- blame the lack of good internet and getting used to this beautiful new continent! Posted by antony25 in Escaping the Rock | Aug 6, 2010
- August 3rdLast night I took the train into London and took a cheap connecting bus to Stansted airport which is just over an hour out of London. We had a polish bus driver who when someone suddenly decided to turn Posted by classique in Wanderings of a Kiwi | Aug 5, 2010
- RockhamptonWe drove to Rockhampton and got into a campsite which was literally at the side of a river with a warning sign stating that croc's live on and around the banks! The site we were designated just so happened to Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 5, 2010
- YepoonWe decided to stop in Yepoon on the way to Rockhampton. We stopped in another caravan park dominated with 'grey nomads' as the locals call them. The retired population of South Australia travel up North for better weather during the Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 5, 2010
- Airlie Beach and the WhitsundaysAfter our nocturnal brush with the local authorities the night before, on arriving in Airlie Beach we decided to find a campsite to park the van and sleep. Having checked in we spent a pleasant couple of days around the Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 5, 2010
- BowenWe arrived on the Friday evening in Bowen - a small very local East Coast Australian town with few tourists. We enjoyed a barbecue on the beach before walking to the local pub and witnessed most of the population of Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 5, 2010
- TownsvilleOur first stop was Townsville (340km) where we parked up with little time to spare of daylight to set up the van from transport mode to camper having parked on the sea front with other campervans. Some people we had Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 5, 2010
After two flights from Tokyo to Sydney (approx 8Hr) and Syndey to Cairns(3Hr) we arrived at our hostel determined to keep going despite the lack of sleep. Our hostel offered a pick up service from the airport and we decided Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 5, 2010
- June, JulyWorking in Mareeba (we’re back)
We got work at Skybury Coffee where they grow coffee, papayas and bananas, so off we went to Mareeba again and we could of course stay at Ondre’s farm. The boss that we were working for Posted by susansoz in susans ozzie + thailand adventure | Aug 5, 2010
- OzAustralia is Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!! Posted by wayneanna in Wayne and Anna's travel blog | Aug 5, 2010
- Iguazu Falls (Brazil Style)
The morning after our day at the Argentinian side of the falls we took the quick bus ride across the border into Brazil to check out the falls from the other side of the river. It felt very o Posted by alexdani in Alex and Danielle's Big Trip | Aug 4, 2010
- Contrast and ContradictionAfter getting off to a shaky start due to disruption over my flights to and from Japan, I feel I finally have my stride back.
Japan is a country full of contradiction and contrast- it is wonderful! I spent the first Posted by skerrigan in Eastern Promise | Aug 4, 2010
- The Pantanal
After a relatively short, 13 hour bus journey from Foz do Iguacu we arrived in Campo Grande, from where we were hoping to start our trip to the Pantanal. The Pantanal is a huge area of wetlan Posted by alexdani in Alex and Danielle's Big Trip | Aug 4, 2010
- Iguazu Falls
We arrived in Puerto Iguazu after yet another long 18 hour bus journey from Buenos Aires.
The next day we went to explore the Argentinian side of the Iguazu Falls, which offers an up clos Posted by alexdani in Alex and Danielle's Big Trip | Aug 3, 2010
- Buenos Aires
We arrived in Argentina's capital city after another mammoth 14 hour bus journey across the whole width of the country. Luckily this bus was pretty much on time and we were at our hostel in t Posted by alexdani in Alex and Danielle's Big Trip | Aug 3, 2010
- The most important thing...So, Berlin. It's raining, but that will force me to use the metro. More stories of the city and it's people, later. Stay tuned. But first, a story about one of the most important things. and by things, I meN Posted by PennyJelly in The Jelly Journey | Aug 3, 2010
- Czech one, two! Is this thing on...Prague:
So, beautiful, beautiful Praha. I made it here thanks to a cheap ticket found on eDreams... and flying Smart Wings! Who knew of such things? There's a lot to be learnt from eavesdropping; remember that.
So, I arrived and found my Posted by PennyJelly in The Jelly Journey | Aug 3, 2010
- The wet dry seasonI'm losing track of the days. Yesterday I was distracted (you know who you are) so didn't even get started on my blog entry. And today's activities started at midnight so my brain isn't functioning to its normal half-wit capacity.
Yesterday Posted by pythagnz in Going Gunung Gone | Aug 3, 2010
- Hoi An the "tailor city"After visiting two large cities in a row, we were ready to visit Hoi An, a smaller city of about 120 000 people. With its charming old town, numerous tailors to choose from and a perfect white sand beach only Posted by lockweera in Janith and Kristin's Tour of Asia | Aug 2, 2010
- what a way to start the week Posted by maharot in ramblings of a semi-scandalous mind | Aug 2, 2010
- Ho Chi Minh aka SaigonThe next big city on our trip was Ho Chi Minh city or as the natives still call it: Saigon, simply because it's easier to say.We found our way to the backpacker area also called Pham Ngu Lao pretty fast Posted by lockweera in Janith and Kristin's Tour of Asia | Aug 2, 2010
- ıstanbul to kayserıAs expected´ı´m days late in wrıtıng thıs. It´s also on a Turkish keyboard so sometımes ıt´too much trouble to work out the punctuatıon etc. just excuse ıt.
I´m actually ın the east of the Black Sea Coast at the Posted by sue deegan in travels 2010 | Aug 2, 2010