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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 - Seychelles! | Mar 15, 2014
  • Siem Reap (Cambodia)[center]Oh my night bus! We booked a sleeper bus from Sihanoukville to Siem Reap (11.5 hrs) from 8pm at $19 each... After some very poor (but stereotypically Asian) management, we found 2 "beds" together and nestled in for the night. To describe our Posted by Lady Mantle in Living in Asia | Feb 27, 2014
  • Sihanoukville (Cambodia)[center]I personally didn't mind our location in Sihanoukville, (Don't Tell Mama's Hostel, Otres Beach) but I'm less of a nightbird than Ricky and being at the end of the quiet beach, put us 10 minutes away by tuk-tuk to civilisation Posted by Lady Mantle in Living in Asia | Feb 27, 2014
  • Where We Stayed: Semma LombardoI think I got so excited to write about where we ate in Italy that I forgot about the last hotel where we stayed on our trip. The Idea Hotel Milan Airport is located in the suburb of Semma Lombardo. Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Feb 22, 2014
  • Pregnant SisterJie Jie and I went on a very quick weekend trip to London in November, to visit my sister who was expecting her first baby in December. We went to help her prepare!! We left straight after school on Friday, Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Feb 13, 2014
  • Mallorca Given that I 'accidentally' got a job 3 days before term started, our settling in time to our new home has taken a bit longer than planned, and been a bit more tiring than planned. When I was not Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Feb 13, 2014
  • Where We Ate: Arona, ItalyRistorante Il Calicanto I'll start this entry by saying that Arona--or at least the part of it that we saw--was not what we expected in terms of dining. I thought that there were going to be lots of restaurants on the Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Feb 8, 2014
  • Day 112 - 115 Yogyakarta At 3am on Sunday morning we headed to Denpasar airport to get a flight to Yogyakarta. I think, like mos Posted by vincerb in Becky is Backpacking | Feb 4, 2014
  • Tasmania with 2 Toddlers SummaryNow that the trip has been well and truly completed, lets go back through some of the original questions we had... [float=right][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/596544/P7207009.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/596544/thumb_P7207009.jpg Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Jan 18, 2014
  • Where We Ate: TuscanySan Gimignano Trattoria Pizzeria il Fosso We ate here a couple of times during our stay. Their location is convenient because they are just outside the town walls and a short walk away from one of the visitor parking lots. They Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jan 8, 2014
  • The Mortal CoilUnlike many young visitors to India, I never had any intention to ‘find myself’ here or to waft about in a kaftan smoking dubious organic material. You are highly unlikely to find me cleansing my chakras or whatever in an Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Nov 28, 2013
  • All These Little ThingsSomehow, it's all the little things that can influence your life in the greatest way. They may not be ground breaking or completely radical... but this beautiful little moment I experienced this week, is definitely blog worthy, warmed my heart Posted by missadelaide in Thoughts of a Crimson Haired Girl | Dec 1, 2013
  • Trekking in Annapurna AreaSome photos from our four day trek in the Annapurna Conservation Area, with Trekking Team, Nepal. Www.trekkingteam.com who were brilliant. Many thanks to our guide Bikram and porter Udzel. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/287551/large_90_E9C3DDC022 Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Nov 16, 2013
  • Coca Cola CampaignI don’t like Coke. First of all, it doesn’t actually taste like anything else on this planet, which makes me just a little suspicious. Plus it makes your more thirsty than you were before, which to me is exactly the Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Nov 12, 2013
  • Feeeeeeeeed me!You might be wondering why I, amateur gourmande that I am, haven’t said anything yet about food. Well believe you me, it’s not for lack of trying, but every time I attempt to, words literally fail me. How can you, Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Nov 6, 2013
  • Mind your Manners I had thought that my friends and I were as pretty cosmopolitan bunch - we've lived across the world, travelled a lot and come from various different backgrounds. And I guess we are, in our own very European ('Western'? I'm Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Nov 2, 2013
  • All NaturalI’m going to let you into a few secrets, just between friends. You may find what I am about to say disgusting, or even shocking. If you do, I suggest you reconsider any plans you had made to live in Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Oct 25, 2013
  • HindlishLanguage is a strange thing. We say that we are ‘studying’ a language as if it’s a solid entity that can be observed and inspected, like a statue in a museum; but really, they are living entities, constantly morphing and Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Oct 18, 2013
  • Never Leave Home without a PorpoiseThose of you who know me well know that there’s nothing I hate more than a day without a purpose. So imagine, for a moment, the difficulty I’ve had being stuck in the house with no work and not even Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Oct 13, 2013
  • The Empire Stares Back Dear ex-colonies of the world, In days gone by, we did bad things to you. We catalogued you with our cameras, made you dance at Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Oct 11, 2013
  • Girlpower?Last week I was invited to a Women’s Meeting at the local town hall; Hurrah! thought I. This is where I get to see how all those issues I spent so long reading about are really being dealt with. What Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Oct 11, 2013
  • School DaysWe in the UK may have had a few minor gripes with our education system over the last few years (I, for one, want to overhaul the language system in a bloody scholastic coup, but keep that quiet), but let’s Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Oct 6, 2013
  • Busy... Beetles?So along with the youth centre and trips to temples on the Cultural Exchange, we’ve been doing some pretty interesting classes and activities. This week we’ve saluted the sun in yoga, ridden camels, learned to cook(ish) and attempted to play Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Sep 15, 2013
  • Just a Touch TouristySo let me run by you some of the more touristy stuff the stuff we’ve been up to outside of the centre. But please don’t stress at me for not having photos yet – I’m trying my best! They’re just Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Sep 8, 2013
  • Brain MumblesWell, my bag’s more or less packed now apart from the odd toothbrush and so on, but I’ll be honest, I’m not exactly feeling prepared. I’ve been very lucky in that I’ve travelled all over the world, but this is Posted by PhilippaW in Cultural Exchange Programme, India | Aug 29, 2013
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