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  • CUZCO & THE INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU!Ryan and I flew to Cuzco to meet with our friends Meera, Nikita and Nira who had just arrived from London that day. It was nice to hang out with them as we got to explore this beautiful city. It Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Jun 17, 2016
  • Finally made it to CubaDespite my parents giving Billy and I money towards tickets for Christmas to go to Cuba, we had never found the ideal time to actually go. Billy and I were at a local pool bar in Cabarete when we Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jun 13, 2016
  • Navigating the seas to Russia The next stop on the itinerary is St. Petersburg, Russia. Growing up during the Cold War, Russia has always been on my must-visit list. Traveling to Russia can be a challenge. There are hu Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Jun 7, 2016
  • ON THE WAY TO LIMA THROUGH HUACACHINA & PARACASRyan and I finally met again on the Oltursa night bus from Arequipa to Ica. After Bolivia, I was expecting very limited bus service (last time I asked in Sucre if there would be food served on the night bus Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | May 27, 2016
  • COLONIAL AREQUIPA & COLCA CANYONI arrived in Arequipa by bus with Vilma, a Finnish girl I had met in my hostel in Puno, and got there in about 5h. A Peruvian man came in and started preaching the importance of eating well and leading Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | May 22, 2016
  • LA PAZ MEGA-CITY AND DAY TRIP TO TIWANAKUArriving in La Paz after 2 weeks in tropical heat was a bit of a shock: it is the highest city in the world, and at an altitude of 3,650m it was freezing!! We also weren't too lucky with the Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | May 8, 2016
  • Day 2: Dilly-dallying in Dallas I made sure to start my morning off right by loading up the hotel's complimentary breakfast supplies into my food box for later use. This not only made me feel better about spending the money on a hotel for the Posted by aswoger in Improvised Wanderlust | Apr 22, 2016
  • BOLIVIAN CITY LIFE: POTOSI AND SUCREOur first stop after Uyuni was Potosi, a city sitting at 4,090m above sea level, making it one of the highest cities in the World! We stayed there for about 2 days with Antoine, Baptiste, Anna and Yasmine who joined Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Apr 18, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalThere was no forward plan, but as it turns out, I’ve been going to Pokhara each weekend while I’ve been living in Kalabang, and each of those times, it has been a welcome break from the intensity of village life. School Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 11, 2016
  • Plenty of love for SantiagoBefore coming travelling, I had always felt like I preferred big cities to smaller places, but since I've been away I've grown to love the smaller, more chilled out towns and amazing natural beauties. I spent a lot of time Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Apr 4, 2016
  • BACK TO ARGENTINA: AL NORTEMost travellers who arrive in San Pedro de Atacama start their Salar de Uyuni tour (the famous Bolivian salt flats) from there and keep going North once they've crossed the border. However we really wanted to explore the Northern part Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Apr 1, 2016
  • Welcome to Singapore[center][/center] So I guess I was never really bothered about history at school and always left that to my brother Paul. But age comes with new interests and at 31 I thought it would Posted by emmaabroad in Singapore | Mar 25, 2016
  • VAMOS A CHILE! SANTIAGO & VALPARAÍSOThe girls sadly had to go back to BA before taking their plane back home while Ryan and I took a night bus crossing over to Chile in Santiago. I found out that Chilean customs are extremely strict which meant Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Mar 24, 2016
  • Day 3 - Hartford CN to Newark, New HampshireRight up front today. We spent $37.00 on Gas, and $45.05 on tolls...wow, I'm speechless. We left Hartford with a bit of a dark cloud over our heads. We knew something wasn't quite right with our Pontiac Torrent, and Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in 125 Days with a Boler | Mar 9, 2016
  • [TITLE]Healthcare In A Global Economy[\TITLE] Having an electronic blood circulation pressure cuff that also records the patient's pulse is probably one of the biggest time saving tools that technology has brought to nursing. While a nurse will not perform or browse the sonograms and ultrasounds, Posted by michaelcpeu in top tickets site | Mar 9, 2016
  • Bueno Buenos AiresBuenos Aires is a big city and there are many things that I like to think I'll remember about my trip, but in case I don't, I'll try and cover here, the things that I will now associated with Buenos Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Feb 10, 2016
  • Dam, I Love EuropeAs promised, here is my second post, about my second journey. This post is titled "Dam, I Love Europe" because it is so incredibly true. The fun started on the train to Amsterdam. After changing three times in Cologne, Venlo, Posted by jbolt in New Opportunities | Jan 31, 2016
  • Temple Diaries If there ever was a part of this expansive and colourful country that was worthy of the term “Temple City” – the beautiful Oriya city of Bhubaneshwar would be it. With almost a 1000 temples dotting the landscape of this Posted by Ceej in Around the world .... | Dec 24, 2015
  • Udaipur....Venice of East !!Udaipur is a major city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the historic capital of the kingdom of Mewar in the former Rajputana Agency. Maharana Udai Singh of the Sisodia clan of Rajputs founded the city in Posted by anuj1975 in The Beautiful India.... | Dec 27, 2015
  • Bangkok -- Chiang MaiToday began with yet another helping hand from our Air BnB host, Surat, who called us a cab to take us to the train station from his apartment. While we waited, we spent time chatting with his wife, Carol, and Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 9, 2015
  • Macchu PicchuOur trip to Machu Picchu was the pinnacle of our South American adventure and consequentially what we based the rest of our itinerary around. It’s been on the bucket list for me since I was 8 years old, the iconic Posted by 2kiwicompaneros in Viva South America!! | Nov 22, 2015
  • Beijing and The Great Wall of ChinaBEIJING municipality is bordered to the south by Shanxi province and to the north and west by Inner Mongolia. We started out in Shanghai, went south to Zhangjiajie, west to Chengdu and then north east to Xi'an and the Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Nov 20, 2015
  • Day 1I've taken my first step on desert in the capital city of Libya Tripoli, it was boiling hot like this country is a sauna that I've already received a headache from the country's climate. It looks more urban than rural Posted by 9enguin in Travels in Libya | Nov 18, 2015
  • Cusco Baby!!!Jetlagged, exhausted, and with the quickly dawning realisation that speaking a few words of a language is vastly different to partaking in a conversation of it, we hailed a cab from Cusco airport. Trick for new players- the cabbie's fares Posted by 2kiwicompaneros in Viva South America!! | Nov 12, 2015
  • Trip to Philippines 2015 ===To follow my travel blog click on the banner below, I have moved my link to another site since it's a better platform for writing and inserting pics and videos.=== ==[[http://ferie6.blogspot.no/|Trip to Philippines 2015 ]]== [[http://ferie6. Posted by Odd Arne in My travels around the world | Oct 10, 2015
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