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  • Travelling to Cefalu - Sicily in a nutshellI’ve travelled to Sicily 3 years ago, to this small town called Cefalu, situated about an hour drive away from Palermo.[[| Sicily is the autonomous region of Italy]], located at the very south. The moment we arrived Posted by chloemiller in Chloe's bananas | Nov 2, 2016
  • Arriving in ZadarWe arrived in Zadar by a super cheap RyanAir flight (£60 return!). We we met in arrivals by a representative from AutoEurope who we had booked the car through. We got the car hire for a week for £40 and Posted by Libbytes in Mini tour of Croatia | May 9, 2016
  • Day One in DhakaI left Dubai after an eight hour layover and not having slept on the 17 hr flight that brought me in. When I gathered with the other 300 or so people for the Dhaka flight at 2:00am Dubai time, Posted by oedipamaas in Strange Horizons | Oct 7, 2016
  • Here we go To Dhaka, BangladeshYes. Packed and ready to go. After a full month of nerves around this trip, I'm set. My head is in this. No more fucking around. Hell, I even sprayed my clothes with Premetherin in Posted by oedipamaas in Strange Horizons | Oct 5, 2016
  • The more you look, the more you seeThe night we arrived in Fes was a whirl wind. Mohammed first dropped us at the bus station so we could pop in and buy our tickets for the remaining portions of our trip and then transported us Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Aug 31, 2016
  • Bienvenidos a Barcelona: Gaudi, Picasso and Ramblin' OnJen and I have always wanted to visit España, especially to have a chance to hablar Espanol, even though its been a while since our lessons. Renowned for its architecture, unique Cata Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Aug 5, 2016
  • Australian CuriositiesOver the 7 weeks we were in Australia there were a few kooky things we picked up on that we found interesting and/or a little odd. Here are some of our favourites. * Proliferation of road signs. For whatever reason, Posted by advensha in Advensha | Jul 11, 2016
  • When did Renaissance Art become a Contact Sport?Our plan for today was to visit the Hermitage, the winter palace and home of the Russian Tsars between 1763 and 1917. We catch an early morning trolley bus to Nevsky Prospekt, where we get the feeling the locals are Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Jun 22, 2016
  • The Case Against Flying[float=right][/float]I think that I’ve mentioned it a few times already: I consider flying as cheating. So, since I’ve just return Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Jun 9, 2016
  • Cities of the SaharaHeading into the Mauritanian Sahara, I had to pass through a few unavoidable cities and towns. The region's central city is a garrison town and administrative centre, and nothing worth talking about. However, there were a few other places. [float=left][i Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | May 25, 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
  • Which way to Zimbabwe?We purchase double entry visas at the border crossing into Zimbabwe. We need one now for Zimbabwe and will need another in a few days to get into Botswana as well. With visa's in hand and passports Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Apr 3, 2016
  • The Magic of MajuliForty five minutes prior to the trip, we finally decided that the trip was on…half an hour prior to the trip, we had not even started packing! We hurriedly bundled our bare essentials and threw them into our bags. Posted by Aditya_ in The land of chaotic serenity | Mar 6, 2016
  • All four senses, a Canadian cultural experience.Greetings all readers and welcome back to the eight blog in the CK@C series, it is also the fourth and last one for the month of October. In this blog, I will be talking about my experience and perception of Posted by campnarakol in CampKol@Canada | Nov 1, 2015
  • Conquering Volcanoes....1So at the moment I'm living on a big mound of bubbling hot liquid death. Yep, when I flew to New Zealand just a few weeks ago, I knew it was made of LOTS of volcanoes and yet still came Posted by emmaabroad in New Zealand | Oct 10, 2015
  • Music to Our Ears, We Arrived in Cartagena After exiting the eye of the storm we were in clear sight of Cartagena where we anchored in the marina and had breakfast before going ashore and passing through customs. After five days Posted by Lewis_E in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Aug 28, 2015
  • About Sri Lanka==Administrative divisions== [b]Province -----> Capital Central Posted by Dilshan.j in Travel in Ceylon | Jun 29, 2015
  • Monday in LondonThe day was pleasant so we caught the bus to Westminster Abby. We only queaued for 10 minutes so was happy with that, on the Saturday we noticed the queau was 6 times as long. We spent a Posted by kiwiscanflyto in Kiwis Take Flight | Jun 7, 2015
  • A slow transitionWhile many people in China is much richer than they were 20 years ago, their habits have not changed much. Whether it's throwing trash or spitting on the ground, there are many "uncivilized" behaviors that still remain. However, like for all Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | May 31, 2015
  • A Mosque and a Church in PermPerm, December 26-27th 2014 It was coincidence. I was checking the route from my hostel to Kama River through Google Maps when my eyes dropped on an icon marked as "Perm Mosque". Hah. For me, it was intriguing. You guess Posted by automidori in Call Me Sonja | May 15, 2015
  • Paris finaleOK, just a few cool things to wrap up a most excellent 10 days (!) In Paris. First a note about lily gilding. I did happen by chance to wander over to the Champs Elysees in the evening when I Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Dec 9, 2014
  • Stress & DetoxI like reading about places I've visited either half way through a stay or as I'm leaving, sometimes completely after. It's just more fun that way! Tepoztlán is derived from Nahuatl and means "place of abundant copper" or "place of the Posted by TravelbyBeach in Tizz•Ventures | Nov 30, 2014
  • Traditional KoreaI decided to head out to the Korean Folk Village, a combination outdoor museum and small amusement park on the outskirts of Seoul. Turned out to be a pretty good decision. There were, as might be expected, hordes Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Oct 27, 2014
  • Uluru - Trip 3 of 3So the third and final little excursion was to Uluru and Alice Springs. Or Ayers Rock to those who don't speak the native language. (I don't either, but I like Uluru better). The plane in took us right near Uluru so Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Oct 14, 2014
  • People are PeopleMy dad is from Boston and comes with all the skepticism and scruff that is implied in that statement. He often has said “people are people” and “I’m not a pessimist, I’m a realist”. I always took those statements in Posted by misskailyn in Miss Kailyn: An American in Gap Year | Sep 23, 2014
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