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  • Back to Bangkok2/3--New Siam Guesthouse. This place never changes. Khao San Road will forever be locked in the 60's with a constant parade of foreigners from all over. Interestingly we have heard the Chinese now make up 13% of all Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 13, 2013
  • Onward from QueenstownQueenstown is proud of its "Global Adventure Capital" billing but I did manage to find a couple of less adrenaline fuelled things to do while I was there. For starters there is the 2,395 feet (730 metre) long and 1,590 Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Apr 12, 2013
  • European Food - FranceAndouillette sausage: A far cry from the delicately refined German wurst, this beast is a truly gross chunky sausage, where as soon as you look at it and see what you are eating, you become much less interested in ingesting Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 6, 2013
  • European Food - Spain & SwitzerlandSpain: Tapas: Whilst in Barcelona we tried several tapas dishes including Squid Ink rice, grilled salted peppers, potato croquettes, and jamon which is Spain's cured ham. [img=http:// Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 5, 2013
  • European Food - ItalyPizza: The gigantic thin crusted slices, light, crisp, & fresh from the oven, with some nice toppings. Seriously addictive. P Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 4, 2013
  • European Food - AustriaGoulash: A homely meat stew (lamb or beef we assume), served with reconstituted bread dumplings. [img= Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 3, 2013
  • Recollections of bull fights and hints at ocean crossings.Oh Mr. Theroux if only that weren't so. You, and by you I really mean me, never really thought about the time in between "the experience" of traveling. Actual travel is exhausting and uncomfortable to say the least. When you Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | May 1, 2013
  • European Food - The Netherlands Part IIVlaamse frites: Crispy french fries typically served with creamy mayonnaise, the cone pictured has satay sauce. Snert: We didn’t get a chance to try this soup, but I’m sure we can all agre Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Apr 30, 2013
  • European Food - BelgiumDespite being in Belgium for only 90 minutes we did our best to sample as much of the food as possible. Flemish Fries are apparently the national dish, I’m not sure if I believe that, twice cooked fries with a Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Apr 29, 2013
  • Auckland - Day 57Today I woke up after about 10 hours sleep, feeling a little better. Exciting we bought cereal and real milk (it's not the same in South America), which tasted amazing for breakfast! We watched some breakfast TV, where again they Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 20, 2013
  • Backpacking down South Island's West CoastTravelling alone with everything on my back and a lot of distance to cover, joining a backpacking tour felt the best way to get the essential NZ South Island experience. Having settled into my hostel in Greymouth I wandered down Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Apr 6, 2013
  • Santiago - Day 54Our last day in South America! Where has the last 8 weeks gone? It's been more amazing than I expected and I am more than a little sad to be leaving. But we have another few countries to go yet Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 17, 2013
  • Saying goodbye to La FranceIt's so hard to believe but tomorrow we leave France after more than five weeks here. It seems incredible that our trip is nearly over and we have just a few nights in the UK before we head home and Posted by dawnandhugh in Our Moveable Feast | Apr 17, 2013
  • Monday BluesEven on holidays, Mondays can be a real drag especially when you don't get to bed until midnight on the Sunday. We've tried really hard to get moving early most days but it's getting harder as the trip goes on Posted by dawnandhugh in Our Moveable Feast | Apr 15, 2013
  • A little cultureOur second day in Paris and further confirmation that we're not going to get everything done or see everything that everyone thinks we should - or that we'd like to. Apart from anything else, we're five weeks into a six Posted by dawnandhugh in Our Moveable Feast | Apr 13, 2013
  • ParisThere was a point when we arrived in Paris that I thought that we might not have enough to do in Paris to last the six days that we're here! How stupid am I???? Today was our first day of Posted by dawnandhugh in Our Moveable Feast | Apr 12, 2013
  • Easter in Hawke's BayThe strap line The Unexpected Journey from the film The Hobbit seemed appropriate as I'd just been to Hobbiton and prior to my arrival in New Zealand I did not have any plans to visit the North Island's East Coast. Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Mar 28, 2013
  • It's Ireland Crystal Clear[float=left][/float]We are a half hour drive from the town of Waterford and the crystal factory of the same name. This manufacturer of luxury items Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Apr 10, 2013
  • Captivating Cappadocia ==Ankara== Back from our Aegean Adventure, we had a small 3-day visit in Ankara, primarily a government city – modern and Posted by LisaOnTheRoad in Lisa On the Road ~ Non-India Adventures! | Apr 9, 2013
  • Flashbacks of Boracay 2010This one's a pretty late post. I am attempting to catch up on writing about our trips. I feel like I'm racing against the next trip that we have ahead. It's not so easy, but I know it can be Posted by jdsulit in JD + BJ | Apr 7, 2013
  • Hobbiton and RotoruaPretty much Number 1 on my list of places to visit in New Zealand was the Hobbiton Movie Set and Air New Zealand conveniently had The Hobbit as their inflight movie on the way over from Perth. First stop was Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Mar 26, 2013
  • Through the forest and into the mountains After the chaos of a big city like Quito, arriving in the tiny town of Mindo felt like falling into the Garden Eden. The air is crisp, butterflies accompany you down the street, hummingbirds lull you to sleep and the Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Apr 1, 2013
  • Cooking in ParadiseOur 2nd day of cooking lessons, this was a demonstration lesson in Contemporary Southwest cooking. The teacher was one I’d hoped to get for a lesson, Lois Ellen Frank, part Native American, PhD in Culinary Anthropology. She, like us, Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Mar 31, 2013
  • Mongolian CuisineFood. It’s the easiest way for a traveller to get close to another culture. National dishes, eating habits and specific ingredients do not only reveal local customs and traditions – it often opens up a countries history to an otherwise Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Mar 29, 2013
  • 1st Cooking LessonOur first cooking class ever and we ware in chili heaven!!! This was a hands-on class learning to make stuffed chilies: chili rellenos, Ancho’s stuffed with beans and chorizo and green chilies stuffed with ground beef with lots of things Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Mar 29, 2013
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