Blog Entries tagged 'beach'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'beach'
- Barcelona Spain: Cheap Seats at the Opera Barcelona, the Capitol of Catalonia Spain, is located on the north east coast of the Iberian Penninsula facing the Mediterranean Sea.
Our seats on KLM flight 0678 are near several families and one child or another cried continuously from Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Jan 19, 2017
- Start into 2017 - more exciting than expectedNew Year’s Day greeted us with the first sunshine for almost a week. That was great news, as we had not gone to Porongurup National Park so far hoping for nice weather. In the national park, we headed to Castle Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 17, 2017
- The Algarve: Albufeira, PortugalThe Southern coast of Portugal is called the Algarve. It has a Mediterranean climate and is known for its rugged beaches.
The word Algarve is taken from Arabic and means 'the west'. Moors occupied southern Portugal for 500 Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Jan 18, 2017
- Empty beaches – access with 4WD onlyAfter our relaxing Christmas Holidays in Margaret River, we headed off on Boxing Day. Our first stop was Surfers Point, one of the most famous breaks along the Margaret River coast. The waves coming in were really big and there Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 13, 2017
- The Coast of the Sun - Malaga Spain (Cost del Sol)Malaga, on the southwest coast of Spain, is one of the world's oldest cities. Phoenicians lived here 3000 years ago. Greeks, Romans and Visigoths followed. The Moorish alcazaba sits where a Phoenician fortress once stood.
Today Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Jan 18, 2017
- Day 3 石垣島 租車 自駕一日遊行程第三日終於租車玩了，本打算第一天酒店輕鬆悠閒地過，第二天出外島，故頭兩天都沒有租車。
[img=http://photos.travellersp Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog of Simony。 | Dec 26, 2016
- Introducing the authorAs a child, growing up in the sixties, family holidays were almost always taken in Britain, usually Cornwall or Wales. A holiday overseas was considered an unaffordable luxury, but there was one exception. My uncle was in the Royal Air Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels (both past and present) | Jan 9, 2017
- In possum habitatAfter two nights at a commercial big caravan park, we longed for a quiet place to stay for the night. We found exactly what we were looking for at Yalgorup National Park. The Martin’s Tank campground was fairly big and Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 6, 2017
- Stranded for a while...We command electricity, bend light, develop new apps faster than bees make honey, can analyse the shit out of the tiniest molecule, but never is a reminder more welcome that we do not and will not control the elements.
Tuesday Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Dec 27, 2016
- So far - only sun, sea and sensational food to reportIt's been a whirlwind of a year. We've moved from London to Bristol, quit jobs that we loved, bought our very own house (which we feel very lucky to have) and boarded a plane to India to escape the rat Posted by lewyandkerri in Delhi belly. Fact or fiction? | Dec 20, 2016
- Nothing. Except endless bush, beaches, mines and stationsBroome is very remote even by Western Australian standards. Just an example to illustrate this statement: when searching for used bikes on gumtree.au.com, I had a couple of results for Broome and Cable Beach. And then the system offered to Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Dec 4, 2016
- Exploring the KimberleyAfter a relaxing weekend in Broome, we headed north on the Cape Leveque Road to explore the Dampier Peninsula. We had been pre-warned that roughly 90km of the road are not paved, but it was still surprising to see that Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Dec 3, 2016
- Living on Broome timeArriving in Broome felt like a shock. Even though we knew about its tropical climate and had even hesitated going there due to the ‘wet’ season, we were just not well prepared for it. And it did not help that Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Nov 29, 2016
- The friendly Cook IslandersIt was time to pack again. After five nights in the north-east of Rarotonga, we had booked another place for the rest of our stay at the west coast. It proved to be a bit challenging to take the public Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Nov 25, 2016
- The Great Speedboat EscapadeI sighed as I rested my elbow on the speedboat. "One trek down, one more to go" I grumbled under my breath. I sat up straight and looked around at the scenery. Completely mesmerizing. Everything about water and islands was Posted by ElanasTravels in Elanas Travels | Nov 23, 2016
- Tel Aviv with OrenI highly recommend visiting Israel in November! The temperatures have been in the low to mid 20s instead of on the summertime 30s and the nights have been pleasant.
On Sunday Oren and Gitta and walked along the boardwalk in Posted by Vita and Mel in Israel November 2016 | Nov 15, 2016
- Kobuleti - ghosts of soviet union by the Black seaAfter visiting Svaneti and cutting our trekking trip a bit short we had extra 2 days and we decided to pick Kabuleti
Kabuleti is a seaside resort town just 20 km away from Batumi. It is made out of a seaside Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Nov 13, 2016
- Hitching a Ride – with a PlaneRead [[http://askgudmundsen.travellerspoint.com/76/|Part I]], [[http://askgudmundsen.travellerspoint.com/77/|Part II]], [[http://askgudmundsen.travellerspoint.com/80/|Part III]] and [[http://askgudmundsen.travellerspoint.com/81/|Part IV]] here.
[float=ri Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Nov 11, 2016
- Montrouis - Moulin sur Mer beach resortI am up early this morning for some bird watching in and around the hotel grounds.
Yellow Faced Grassquit
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_Hispani Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Oct 30, 2016
- Port au Prince - Montrouis
We have a nice leisurely start this morning before being picked up for the two hour journey to Montrouis and the Moulin sur Mer beach resort.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Oct 29, 2016
- Palawan trip2016January 2016 I decided to celebrate my birthday in Puerto princesa ,Palawan. I choose to stay in AZIZA paradize which is near the airport 10-15 min away from the airport and staff will pick and drop you. 5 min Posted by elvienture in Palawan trip2016 | Oct 31, 2016
- The classical honeymoon destinationIt was just a 10 min hop from Maupiti to Bora Bora. So before we knew it, we were there already.
It did not take long to get our bags and to board the ferry to Bora Bora’s main island.
Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Oct 26, 2016
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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGpYCRIKm9g|backpacking Peru]] Posted by av9901 in Forever roaming the world | Oct 9, 2016
- Birthdays and CampingAnother day, another birthday. Clayton and Jen have birthdays one day apart, so today it was Clayton’s. It makes it easy to celebrate.
I thought back to the day he was born, he was so little, so sweet, such a head Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Sep 29, 2016
- A Day For the BeachAfter a long afternoon and another day of driving, we made it to Cannon Beach RV Resort. Unfortunately, Jen and kids were asleep but Clayton came over for a glass of wine.
Our alarm, in the form of grandkids, came Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Sep 28, 2016