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  • YSLMohammed suggests we visit the Majorelle Gardens early to beat the masses. Great idea since it is ranked one of the five most beautiful gardens in the world. The moment you walk thru the gate you immediately step Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Apr 12, 2017
  • TrekkingAs the days went on, it became obvious that we would not be able to proceed with our original trekking plans. Tashi had prepared a somewhat ambitious journey of 12 days in which we would first go to his Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 28, 2014
  • A Taste of the Desert Day 7We woke refreshed, having gained an extra hour of sleep from switching time zones, and gulped down a cold breakfast. Armed with lunches, sunscreen and high energy we struck off for the Rim Trail, a 9 mile trek offering stunning Posted by Yonderlust in Yonderlust | Nov 16, 2014
  • Le Chili a gagné la coupe du monde. Enfin... presque!Pour la première fois de l'année, j'ai vu le concierge de mon immeuble sourire. J'ai vu mon coloc anti-foot s’intéresser au match. J'ai vu des gamins crier 'Viva Chile' et des papys s’essouffler dans des vuvuzelas. J'ai vu tous Posted by vlejay in chililichi | Jun 18, 2014
  • Helvellyn and Grisedale TarnThe path to Helvellyn from Wythburn Church was once one of the most popular ascent routes to that fell yet in recent times other ways to the summit have come more into favour. The route though is easy to follow Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Oct 19, 2010
  • Grasmoor from RannerdaleRannerdale is an area of level cultivated ground effectively forming a break in the steep - often precipitous - mountainsides that fall to the eastern shores of Crummock Water. The valley is overshadowed by Grasmoor, Whiteless Pike and the lower Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Oct 11, 2010
  • Heldev!Let me introduce you to Mahsa (which means moon-like and explains her nickname Moonie) and her friends: Mehran, Arman, Shayan, Ali and oo i forget one guy's name because he wasnt on the camping trip i'm about to tell you Posted by rachndave in Adventure Points | Aug 28, 2010
  • In The Coniston FellsThis is a walk along the length of the Coniston Fells in the Furness region of South Lakeland. As described the walk takes in 5 Wainwrights though there are options to extend it to take in all 7 of the Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Aug 26, 2010
  • In the Caldbeck FellsHere is an easy circular walk of eight and a half miles into the Caldbeck Fells at the northern extremity of the Lake District. The walking is easy and generally on grass apart from a fascinating ravine walk and 4 Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Aug 21, 2010
  • Hawaii, dag 10Den siste heile dagen på Hawai'i køyrte oss til Waipi'o valley, beskrevet som nærmast paradis på jord av Lonley Planet. Men før oss reiste var det viktig å ta den spirituelle Ali'i hola'a'alola dansen. [img= Posted by kmull in Bryllupsreise Silje og Kristian | Aug 18, 2010
  • Man I need a holidaySo I wake up (looking a bit pink) at about 8 with the intention of leaving early to get out and about, doent exactly go to plan. Im so tired I could go back to sleep. I end up talking Posted by Sarlou in Sarahs 30th birthday trip to USA | Aug 14, 2010
  • In search of mountiesI wake up early-ish and go down for breakfast, coffe and toast. I forget my room number again (even though its on my card) and the man checks Im who I say I am. I speak with the people and Posted by Sarlou in Sarahs 30th birthday trip to USA | Aug 13, 2010
  • An Alternative Guide to the Isle of WightThe Isle of Wight is a small Island. It has a population of around 140,000, which swells in the summer months as tourism is one of the Island’s key industries. So as “overners” fill the ferries from Portsmouth, Southampton and Posted by Craggy in European Wandering Blues | Aug 16, 2010
  • Hawaii, dag 2Etter en deilig frokost med blant anna banansmoothie og blåbærvaffla, hoppa oss i Mustangen for å køyre til Puuhonua o Honaunau nasjonalparken (ja, eg måtte google det for å stave navnet rett..) [img= Posted by kmull in Bryllupsreise Silje og Kristian | Aug 10, 2010
  • Hawaii, dag 1Som nevnt i forrige innlegg våknet vi opp til lukten av nytrukket hjemmedyrket kaffe, eggerøre og bacon. I tillegg til dette bestod frokosten av et kjempegodt brød (kalt Taro tror jeg), youghurt og alle mulig slags rare frukter. Endelig en Posted by kmull in Bryllupsreise Silje og Kristian | Aug 9, 2010
  • Arica! Arica! (part II)Hello everyone, As promised, here´s the action-packed sequel to Arica! Arica!. Despite the fact that Patricia is currently on the telephone next to me in her usual quiet manner, I´ll try to cover all the things I didn´t have time to Posted by Patriciah6 in Patricia in South America | Aug 8, 2010
  • Washington has worn me outI am whacked and my feet hurt soooooo much. I reckon I have walked a minimum of 10 miles today and my feet are crying out for some trainers, I might try get some in new york day after next! So Posted by Sarlou in Sarahs 30th birthday trip to USA | Aug 7, 2010
  • il diciannovesimo giorno 05-08-2010ultimo giorno di cammino oggi finalmente santiago de composteila , partenza ore 5.30 con un sonno incredibile , colpa di alcuni russatori professionisti che non mi hanno fatto chiudere occhio , mancano solo 20 km ma gia dopo i primi Posted by vellafkt in esco a fare due passi .... | Aug 6, 2010
  • il diciottesimo giorno 04-08-2010sveglia ore 5.30 colazione e subito in marcia , oggi bisogna correre o si dorme per strada , 12 km e piccola sosta con voltaren e ibuprofene e dinuovo in marcia ... altri 8 km senza fermarsi , solo 120 Posted by vellafkt in esco a fare due passi .... | Aug 5, 2010
  • il diciasettesimo giorno 03-08-2010oggi sveglia ore 7 visto che ieri abbiamo riservato un posto in un albergue privato che costa ben 8 euro , colazione e via in marcia , oggi 28 km ... dopo circa 12 km prima sosta in ristorante Posted by vellafkt in esco a fare due passi .... | Aug 5, 2010
  • il sedicesimo giorno 02-08-2010ore 4.30 sveglia e colazione scroccata a un pellegrino , mi metto in cammino e finalmente dopo un oretta riesco a recuperare un po di soldi che mi hanno inviato con western union , oggi si mangia bene , .... Posted by vellafkt in esco a fare due passi .... | Aug 5, 2010
  • il quindicesimo giorno 01-08-2010sveglia ore 6.00 colazione con latte , 1 euro , quindi rimango con solo un euro per fare 22 km , bene nessun problema , dopo circa 10 km finito l'ultimo pezzo di ritter sport vado in riserva di Posted by vellafkt in esco a fare due passi .... | Aug 4, 2010
  • bag hugging, 2become4, trekking and ear massage!I have just had my ears massaged for the first time ever and ihave to admit it was really nice, depite the fact i had reservavations and i ended more greasy than teh proverbial xmas turkey....but more on that later. So....... Posted by Dizzey1 in India | Aug 4, 2010
  • Detox and then retox then detox again then…So after Contiki its fair to say my body was broken. Minimal sleep, a lot of food, even more beer and alcohol is not a sustainable lifestyle. Funny you think I would have learned that lesson properly at Tensing but Posted by ashneale in Let there be travel | Aug 2, 2010
  • Day Eight The scouts completed their walk at 13.00 this afternoon when they had their final stamp put on their Summer Passport at the Kings Arms, The Banks in Bowness on Solway. Posted by Red Street in Red Street Scouts walk Hadrian's Wall | Jul 31, 2010
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