Blog Entries tagged 'buildings'
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- Durbar Square Stories, KathmanduWe were at Durbar Square in Kathmandu late in the evening. The noise, the crowd, the frenzy of people around was overwhelming and we were two tired tourists. We had been touring all day visiting the famous tourist attractions of Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go - Nepal! | Mar 15, 2014
- MEXICO- MONTE ALBÁN (STATE OF OAXACA)The State of Oaxaca, adjoining State of Guerrero, its Valles Centrales (Central Valleys) are full of remarkable ruins of prehistoric sites of its people, these ruins of pyramids, terracsa and mountain walls, scattered upon its ridges and hill tops, at Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Mar 4, 2014
- MEXICO - OAXACA CITY03/10/2008
We left our backpacks in the room at Hostel Pochon (checkout time 11.00hrs) and went out, found a laundry and left our dirty clothes there and strolled up the street. The girl at the checkout at hostel Pochon suggested Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Feb 23, 2014
- MEXICO - OAXACA02/10/2008: The whole morning after a breakfast of fresh fruit and fruit juice an rajas, we roamed the city centre and visited its markets, there are flea markets where you will find nothing but junk, and others selling handicrafts, Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Feb 21, 2014
- BangladeshBangladesh officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh is a country in South Asia, located on the fertile Bengal delta. It is bordered by the Republic of India to its north, west and east, by the Union of Myanmar (Burma) to Posted by Tour2Asia in Bangladesh | Feb 18, 2014
- MEXICO -THE AZTEC RELIGION AND THEIR GODSFrom time immemorial, man has erected shrines, temples, monuments, to honour his gods and from ancient times, these have been built in mountain caves, on mountain peaks. Perhaps man believes that one feels more near to his gods on a Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Feb 16, 2014
- MEXICO- PYRAMIDS OF TEOTIHUACAN- THE ABODE OF GODS
1/10/2008. The day was bright and warm and we decided to visit the pyramids of Teotihuacan. But first we we had to have something to eat, Alex had no solid food for the last three days. A short distance from Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Feb 15, 2014
- Àomén (Macau)A meander in Macau:
The high street and city square are cheerfully colourful and quaint.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoin Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Feb 3, 2014
- MEXICO- THE AZTEC EMPIRE AND ITS DESTRUCTION It was not until the arrival of the Aztecs, a mysterious tribe of people who came in from the north, that the area acquired its importance.The Aztecs migrated following an ancient legend that prophesied that they would find the Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Jan 31, 2014
Mexico, Lanscape, Mexico travel, people, mountains, Mexico monuments, Mexico pyramids, Mexico rainforest, forests, Mexico ancient cites, Mexico ancient monuments, Mexico history, Mexico cuture.
Mexicans men and women, are of short stature, men s Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Jan 27, 2014
- Mexico-Mexico City-I
Key words: travel, tourism, food, sightseeing, places to see, hotel accommodation, places to stay, Mexico City.
30/09/2008. In the morning when we got up, sweating in the heat, and on opening the tap, I found that there was just a Posted by IsleHopper in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Jan 21, 2014
- Port Authur Historic Site
The [[http://www.portarthur.org.au/|Port Arthur Historic Site]] is amazing! Really well set up, and abounding with information. There were plenty of different passes avai Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Dec 31, 2013
- Hoi AnWe have spent a few days in this charming, though commercial city. For hundreds of years it was a major port, but eventually the river leading to the nearby sea filled with silt, and so the boat Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 17, 2013
- Kathmandu to Border with TibetWhy do people have 'bucket lists' or 'life lists' as the more positive amongst us prefer to call them! And why do Buddhists believe all life is suffering? I was reflecting on this - or at least i would have Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Nov 16, 2013
- Strolling along the riverside[i]This walk, as introduced to me by a university Professor, is made up of two legs - City of London and Bankside - and can take anything from a couple of hours to a full day, depending on how many Posted by Hachiko in Anytime - Anyplace - Anywhere - Any way | Nov 14, 2013
- KathmanduKathmandu is one of those cities that quite literally, takes your breath away. Every aspect of life,as well as death,is contained within this relatively small city. With 1.7 million people living here, it is by far the biggest concentration of Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Oct 27, 2013
- HueWhen we arrived in Hue it was pouring, and our taxi driver tried to cheat us. Everyone, especially taxi drivers it seems, can't be nice. Hue, much smaller than Hanoi is more manageable. While there Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Oct 20, 2013
- San Francisco - Day 3 - Castro, a cruise and Coit TowerWe got up early and decided to follow the suggestion given by Joe and Misch the night before and head to Castro for breakfast. We hopped on the light railway and got off exactly in front of the place they Posted by dindiosk in California | Oct 15, 2013
- Lower ManhattanIt's the last Sunday of my around the world trip and time for the last big item on my bucket list - Lower Manhattan. I had already explored [[http://francisworldtrip.travellerspoint.com/136/|Mid Manhattan]] and the [[http://francisworldtrip.travell Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Jun 9, 2013
- Horse riding and the sacred valley
...horse riding. So we got saddled up on our horses with our guide. Mine was a grey and black girl named Sapphire who was used to following the leader, so whenever Brad or Victor's horses came close she would turn Posted by Kirstyonwroot in Peruvian adventure! | Oct 4, 2013
- Peru – East and West of the AndesHaving never been to South America before it took a while before deciding that Peru would be our destination. Ultimately, it became a straight choice between the land of the Incas and Argentina but a closer look revealed that the Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Sep 29, 2013
- Rio to Lima
Yesterday we had to get up at 1.30 am to catch our flight. I woke up sick a Posted by Kirstyonwroot in Peruvian adventure! | Sep 27, 2013
- On land and on waterAnother huge day.
This morning we walked ourselves ragged - got lost many times - this is the first place Deb has become disoriented and not been able to tell which way is north (and according to our guide this afternoon, Posted by debsonthemove in The Barron's big adventure | Sep 25, 2013
- Oh the places I have beenOk so I have a confession to make.. I am kind of a blog whore... I have numerous blogs around cyberspace and I can't seem to stop writing them.. Hence the reason I am writing another one here!
So I have Posted by Seznz in Sarah's Travels | Sep 24, 2013
- No man is an IslandEat olives in Greece... olives, tzatziki, Gyros, yogurt and lots of meat on a stick. We visited Greece during the European summer of 2012. I was still licking my wounds after my dreams of wedded bliss were derailed and Posted by ForeignProblems in #Foreignproblems | Sep 20, 2013