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  • 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: [[|Anonymous of Holland]] Websites with travel Posted by Anon of Holland in A Dutchman in Korea | Jan 22, 2014
  • The turnaround“No more coffee??” You could almost see the blood leaving Gerd’s face. We were fifty miles north of the equator, yet still far from the coast of Sumatra. It was a fine day, gentle wind blue sky. The date, January Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Jan 21, 2014
  • Eastern European EscapadesAll throughout the year, one of the things that gave me hope and motivation to get through those long hours at work, was my plane ticket booked to Budapest on the 28th Dec. Initially, in my naiivity I thought that Posted by missadelaide in Thoughts of a Crimson Haired Girl | Jan 13, 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
  • Ipoh, Perak, MalaysiaOur two hour early evening bus ride to Ipoh soon became a four hour journey, finishing at a bus station in the middle of nowhere shortly before 11pm. Local buses had finished and so we had to take a taxi Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Jan 8, 2014
  • PantrySomehow Monsters know how to get into the pantry even without thumbs so hide your favorite candies if there is a c Posted by Baronessonthego in Al's Adventures | Jan 4, 2014
  • Kimchi Making Day!!Korea has many wonderful places to go, a plethora of extraordinary things to do, and myriad delicious things to eat. It's a cornucopia of delights. One of my favorite things to eat is kimchi. It's the staple Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Jan 1, 2014
  • MalaccaArrived in Kualu Lumpur, or KL as everyone calls it, and then on to Malacca the next day to meet our good friends from home, Bill and Debbie. Malacca was hot and touristy, though mostly with non-western tourists. There Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 28, 2013
  • A Wee Trip To Scotland ' 'Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful'' - Joshua J. Marine Somewhere between place and time, day and night… OK somewhere between Edinburgh and Newcastle, I Posted by missadelaide in Thoughts of a Crimson Haired Girl | Dec 22, 2013
  • Composting Complexities[center][[|]][/center] Imagine, if you will, a world Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Dec 21, 2013
  • Food photosBore Da, pawb Struggling to get this blog to display our photos, but may have found a work around. Food is the big feature of our trip so far - we are all eating really well, particularly the local chow. A Posted by hirnant in The Jones' go to Asia | Dec 21, 2013
  • ShanghaiShanghai was final stop in China and also on my world trip, We stayed near the Bund which is the historic riverside from the days of British occupation that is home to many of the banking offices. Two of dad's Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 17, 2013
  • Chaya & The Super Food Conundrums[center][[|]][/center] It wasn’t until returning to Earth Lodge in 2012 that the term super food meant more to me than a larger portion of Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Dec 16, 2013
  • Some thoughts from the pierThe world of sailing is one of wind and water, wood and metal. The forces of movement and stillness are ever present. It is a world of danger and adventure. Above all, it is real, and it is human. Sailboats are Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Dec 9, 2013
  • How to Deal with The Devil's Snot[center][[|]][/center] Recently turned 35, Emma and I have become aware of the impending likelihood Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Dec 7, 2013
  • GuangzhouDad's "home" city was a 25 min train ride (Traveling at speeds up to 290km/hr.) from Shenzhen. We arrived in the suburb Dad lives, a tree lined street without much traffic, but plenty of interesting sights and interesting food to Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 5, 2013
  • Liberty's looking east.For some days here, morale wasn't too high. Motivation was difficult to find, and the heat didn't help. We started to slack, but then, the engine started. With it's deep roar it gave us a much needed energy boost. Then Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Nov 30, 2013
  • Chiang Mai, Oh my! The city of Chiang Mai is a bit like a steaming bowl of pad thai; a lot going on, exotic but perfectly suited to westerners. We arrived in the northern Thailand city after an overnight bus from Bangkok. Our timing Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Nov 28, 2013
  • Goodbye Europe!After a fantastic couple of weeks I left England, just as the "biggest storm in 50 years" came through, but I didn't really notice and my flight went smoothly. When I originally booked my round the world trip I didn't know Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Nov 18, 2013
  • All Roads Lead To...: Sea Day #1Update: All new posts can be found at [[|]]. Our first full day of the cruise was a sea day. We had a leisurely morning, beginning with breakfast at Blu. After checking out the morning's view Posted by cgplatt in My Never Ending Journey | Nov 15, 2013
  • The simpler taste of Paris Every city has its landmarks; temples, cathedrals, monuments, Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Nov 15, 2013
  • Lima, Peru[center] Trip to cell block. We arrived to Lima airport at 1am, to a chaotic arrivals hall where we searched for our names amongst hundreds of others, and we were swiftly taken into our Posted by chiaramichael in 111 Days | Nov 11, 2013
  • The first couple of daysWe arrived in Bangkok airport yesterday evening after two long flights. We went as directed to fill out forms for visas, one of which was missing and we were misled by some very grumpy Thai workers. Basically, all Thai people Posted by Kirstyonwroot in England to South East Asia | Nov 7, 2013
  • Mopping Up My DribbleI don't want to bore you with a diary of each day in Paris so I thought I might just cover some general topics . So this one is a little foray into French food. I've loved French food all my adult Posted by OwenGadflies in Are We There Yet? | Oct 31, 2013
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