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  • Fresh air, mountains and a lake About an hour and a half's drive from Mexico City, on the new motorway that cuts out slow windy roads threading their way t Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | Apr 17, 2014
  • London - Day 1, 4th Visit!London town, here we come one more time! So we got up at 4 in the morning, got on the bus towards the airport in Basel at 4h55 and the plane left according to schedule, at 6h25. It was a Posted by dindiosk in Current Destination: Greece and Turkey | Apr 11, 2014
  • Detour via South KoreaNot originally in my list of places to visit, but after hearing a lot of positive things about South Korea, I decided to make a short detour to Seoul in order to join a few friends I had met along Posted by manolo84 in Around The World in 370 days | Apr 4, 2014
  • Kuala LumpurI have spent the last week hanging out in Kuala Lumpur. This is the second time I have been here and the city continues to grow on me. The backpackers I have been staying at has been fantastic and has Posted by hayden.albrey in Backpacking Adventure | Apr 3, 2014
  • Randomness #1For this 2nd in what hopefully is a daily thing this week (I need to build some habits up, even if I will be moving during this week-off too), I present a bunch of random photos. Those photos that I Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Mar 31, 2014
  • 10 Things I Dug About La Juanita Finca Verde[center][[http://jonathonengels.weebly.com|]][/center] Last month, Emma and I took a tiny bus out of Bogota, changed to another tiny bus at a place called La Playa (it was Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Mar 30, 2014
  • Goodbye Iberia We finally got to Porto at 3pm. Put our bags in our hotel, whereupon I happily munched on my tarts which I'd bought on the way for 1.15 :) hehehe Decided to have a quicker run down of what I Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Mar 28, 2014
  • Pasteis de Nata Random music reminds me of different people. Sometimes I hear some dance or electronica music, or whatever it's called and then I think of you climbing people! Once I heard Love Story (the old one) and I thought of my Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Mar 26, 2014
  • gluttony in melbourne - 2013[center] One awesome food-filled day in Melbourne: Proud Mary - Breakfast Ten Minutes by Tractor - Lunch [img=http://phot Posted by yellowbrickroad in william + ai nee's footprint | Mar 22, 2014
  • Stark raving mad So I couldn't wait a day to get this up, here it comes! Our sandeman tour guide suggested and pointed out an area near the beach but not actually at the beach (touristy) where we could get some good paellas. Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Mar 19, 2014
  • The three day thing[center][/center] It’s been six months since I left Mexico City. Two of those I've been in South East Asia. As I approached Kuala Lumpur a fourth time, I felt as unready and Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Mar 17, 2014
  • Japan Days 1-4One of the things I promised myself I would do while I was teaching abroad was to travel around to different countries, So far I have made it to Taiwan. Not exactly the list I was hoping for Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Mar 11, 2014
  • What a city! We're just in Starbucks!.. Yes, Starbucks! And thought we had better get everything down. We've seen tonnes in Mumbai! Bomb!ay is the only way to describe this hectic, frantic but beautiful city. We arrived at 6 am after a 12 hour Posted by amiee1992 in Off to see the world | Mar 8, 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
  • Cambodia continued.....[center]After lunch, we continued our day by going to the Royal Palace. Gorgeous, elaborate buildings dotted the spotless grounds with large trees and topiaries providing natural beauty to compliment the elegant man-made structures. [img=http://phot Posted by Lady Mantle in Living in Asia | Feb 26, 2014
  • Farang Diaries: Bangkok and Phuket==Bangkok == After two glorious weeks it had came time to say goodbye to Cambodia and head to Thailand’s capital Bangkok. I was chaffing at the bit to get there and it wasn’t for the city’s legendary nightlife or shopping. Best mate Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Feb 20, 2014
  • Permaculture: Not Just about 80’s Hairstyles[center][[jonathonengels.weebly.com|]][/center] If permaculture is not a reference to 80’s fashion, then what exactly is it and why should you give a follicle? Well, the s Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Feb 17, 2014
  • Day 79 Andean Explorer(s) We envisioned the train system in South America to be far more efficient than what we have seen so far, thus we were fairly disappointed thru out the trip not to be able to ride on a single Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Feb 17, 2014
  • 73-75. Gunler Elemtere Fis Kem Gozlere Sis! La Paz sokaklarini bu sefer onumuzde rehber arsinlamaya karar veriyoruz... Icimize korku dustu ya, lokantanin birinde gordugumuz "kirmizi sapka: once gez sonra diledigin bahsisi ver" turuna kati Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Feb 14, 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
  • Phnom Penh Top Tenh During the first half of last century Cambodia’s capital was known as the ‘Pearl of Asia’. Phnom Penh was cosmopolitan, full of sophistication and swish French buildings. That was until the Khmer Rouge ordered a mass evacuation in 1975, forcing Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Feb 3, 2014
  • Varanasi: City of FilthSo... India. And Varanasi, of all places. How do I capture a week there? I intended to call this entry 'City of Filth, City of Light', before realising that there's too much for one post. I'm therefore attempting a two-part Posted by wanderingwolf in Off the Leash | Nov 12, 2013
  • Ups and Downs in VladivostokVladivostok, December 31st 2013 I still have a story about this. It's not just about the coffee. Do you see the 2 bottles of water? Because I am a faithful fan of the color blue, I picked Posted by automidori in Call Me Sonja | Jan 26, 2014
  • Seoul Travel TipsThis post is cross-posted on my personal blog: [[http://anonofholland.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/seoul-travel-tips/|Anonymous of Holland]] Websites with travel Posted by Anon of Holland in A Dutchman in Korea | Jan 22, 2014
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