Blog Entries tagged 'food'
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- It's About the JourneyThere are not many better places to write in this world. I’m sitting on a log with trees around me, a deep blue sky, a lake in the background, no noise except our voices.
One thing I haven’t w Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Aug 2, 2012
- Upward & Onward to Hidden LakeDay 3:
We were leaving our camp with packs full to hike to Hidden Lake. A trail would lead to a cutoff just past the stream, then we’d head off up over the hill with no trail (Donner Party?). We Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 31, 2012
- Updates and ApologiesAfter getting my wisdom teeth out last Tuesday on he very short notice of 24 hours, I sat around in bed for two days and watched as many documentaries as I could on Netflix and then entire first season of Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Out West | Jul 30, 2012
- Backpacking in Inyo -Day 2Day 2 of our trip and we are finally going to hike.
We were supposed to be camping by the Cottonwood Creek but now are just there. Justin left the party before us with his boys and met Elias and Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 30, 2012
- Hey Andrew! Hey Mei! watcha been eating?-Iceland editionPreviously on our Amsterdam watcha been eating segment we mentioned many wonderful snack foods we encountered on our journey so far. In this episode I will help enlighten you on the colourful abundance of foods we got to experience in Posted by Wongderful in Ameizing Andventures | Jul 29, 2012
- Made the TrailheadSo we are back and it is hard to think about the real world now. Fortunately I wrote while gone otherwise it would be too difficult to go Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 29, 2012
- MalaysiaAfter not getting to spend any time on Thailand's beaches I instead decided to seek out the solitude and better weather of Malaysia's east coast Perhentian Islands. But before that there was the small matter of a stop in the Posted by seanio5 in The Other Side of The World, and Back | Jul 29, 2012
- What is an "intercambio" at Casa HOY?
For many people in the Spanish speaking study abroad world, “intercambio” means a semester abroad in another country. Literally, the word means “exchange or swap.” For us here Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 25, 2012
- Finally On the Way to the Sierra'sWow, we are finally on the road and true to form only 4 hours late!
So we 1st had Elias and Charlotte divide out the food between the 4 of us, setting stuff by the each of our packs. When Justi Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 24, 2012
- The Real Fiji Experience.Screw those backpacker itineraries, flashpacker resorts and cruiseboats… man, we saw the real Fiji or better Viti. (Viti = Fiji in Fijian.) What it really is like living in Fiji and it couldn’t have been a better experience.
[img=http://photos.traveller Posted by tinelhoest in Sustainable Travel | Jul 23, 2012
- Backpacking MenusSo I promised that I’d write a post about menus for our backpacking trip. We’ve had lots of stops and starts and experiments on food and Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 23, 2012
- Equipment and Food Decisions for BackpackingToday Dale and I started making a mega list of everything we need to take; underlining those items we still need to buy. We decided to just rent down sleeping bags rather than spend $600+ per bag. We will also Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 21, 2012
- Food and BackpackingHere is a little background on our backpacking experience as I have some relatives who ask for me to write about earlier experiences.
Dale and I first backpacked before we were married. We hiked into the Sierra’s, a 10 hour hike, Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 19, 2012
- Food UpdateEating in the NAU dining hall (optimistically named "the Hot Spot") has been a real trip so far. I went off the regular rice and the veggie burgers, as detailed earlier, when I found out they aren't actually vegan; this Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Out West | Jul 18, 2012
- Goodbye England, Hello America!So I've decided to start a little blog about what I'm up to in the states, partly to remember it for posterity and partly because I'm going to so many places that a little part of me wants to brag Posted by wavell.blades in Trip across America...and back again! | Jul 18, 2012
- Planning the Food for the Backpack TripLast night Camilo and Justin came for dinner and to discuss the upcoming hike. I’d started mapping out meals in preparation for our talk. (Just like a mom?)
Camilo thought that he and his boys would just have bologna or peanut Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 17, 2012
- Here I'm - in Vienna again.
The quick shot inside the contemporary art piece in Schwarzenbergplatz (where The Soviet War Memorial, actually).
The very first days, we just arrived to Vienna.
[img=http://photos.travel Posted by vanessa in Wien aka Vienna | Jul 2, 2012
- NLA First Few Days OverviewMy adventures began last Sunday at 4 AM EST when I got up to catch a 7 AM flight from Baltimore to Phoenix, which I just barely made. Then I had a 45-minute layover until my flight to Flagstaff in Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Out West | Jul 15, 2012
- San FranciscoWe loved San Francisco! The only problem was that 5 days just wasn't enough time to do everything we wanted. It was a bit of a shame about the weather too as it gets pretty chilly and foggy in the Posted by charlotter45 in Charlotte and Stephen's Adventure! | Jul 13, 2012
- NaxosConsidering I have done absolutely nothing with myself do far, this will be more of a sun-induced, incoherent ramble than a travel blog, but I said I would keep you updated so here goes!
I've spent the last 3 nights in Naxos, Posted by elisaalston in Not all those who wander are lost... | Jul 13, 2012
- Hey Andrew, Hey Mei, Whatcha been eating?Amsterdam has a plethora of delicious food to get stuck into. The absolute best were the “dutch” waffles with cherries and ice cream. Holy Crap these were delicous. The generous slather of mouth-watering cherries in syrup provided a tart foil Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Jul 6, 2012
Several people told us that Taiwan is “all about food”. How on earth can a city’s main attraction be food? I quickly realized that our friends were right. First, it is so hot and muggy Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jun 30, 2012
- FijiBefore we arrived in Fiji we said we better make the most of it because it’s so far away from home that we’ll probably never come back, but after spending two amazing weeks there we definitely want to go again! Posted by charlotter45 in Charlotte and Stephen's Adventure! | Jun 25, 2012
- Day 5: Thailand==Safety==
It seems that, in general, comfort and fun are prioritised higher than safety. This seems to be the case when discussing and observing the choice to rarely wear a seatbelt, helmets, protective gear and riding in the back of a Posted by ruth'stravels in Travel in the Life of Ruth | Jun 20, 2012
- Day 3: Thailand==Public Transport==
After travelling to a wholesale shopping centre near my host family's home (where I purchased Ray Ban sunglasses with prescription lenses for $150 less than in Australia), Kao and I traveled by public bus to the large shopping centre Posted by ruth'stravels in Travel in the Life of Ruth | Jun 23, 2012