Blog Entries tagged 'foot'
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- Ode to Switchfoot My love affair with Switchfoot (http://www.switchfoot.com/)began 10 years ago. Unlike previous musical obsessions my fondness for Switchfoot stemmed not from a love affair with young musicians, but rather was based on a deep appreciation for the Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Jan 16, 2010
- Kampala: A View From the Busy StreetsThe streets in Kampala, Uganda are never empty. Check out the video below to hear Danielle's thoughts on the city (and it's constant activity) and meet a young man named Brian we talked to who is eager for you Posted by BorderJump in BorderJumpers | Dec 23, 2009
- Brisbane and RobinaNach gemütlichen zwei Tagen bei Carina und Julia sind wir letzendlich zu Pille und Chris in die WG umgezogen, da die beiden Mädels nach Melbourne geflogen sind!
Kaum angekommen ging's schon los mit Goon, noch mehr Goon, zu viel Goon und Posted by toscashiva in tosca&shiva auf 6monatiger reise | Dec 12, 2009
- The Bangalore WalkIn the West, people and their administrators alike show a lot of commitment in preserving monuments. To them history need not be all that ancient either because some of the societies were born recently if you look at it from Posted by bhushanks in Somanathapura stands alone | Dec 9, 2009
- Dale Head and HindscarthThe Lakeland hamlet of Little Town is as quaint as it sounds and it was from between here and Newlands Church that I began this route. Walking back up the road for 100 metres or so towards Little Town, I Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Dec 4, 2009
- On the brink of self-destructionI stretch my tongue out for that drop of sweat and water thats running down my cheek. I´m chewing sand and dust and prefer not to swallow since there is no spit left to turn the dry concoction into mud.
That Posted by Ludvig in Guess im Mr. Cabbage | Dec 3, 2009
- Colca CanyonAfter a week in Arequipa our younger daughter Mia, age 23, arrived with her boyfriend. In a few days, we left for Colca Canyon, said to be twice as deep as Grand Canyon. It is dotted with Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Nov 22, 2009
- Photo Friday: Hiking Near Shipwreck Beach, Kauai It was a drizzly, cloudy morning in Kauai. Dreary yes, but cold, definitely not. Despite overcast skies, Poipu was near 80 degrees in the early morning. Without the sun beating down on us, we figured a walk along the coast Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Nov 20, 2009
- The Eiger TrailAlong the northern rim of the Bernese Oberland, where the white peaks of the High Alps finally make their drop off down to the wooded green foothills and valleys of the Swiss lowlands, stand in a row 3 mountains.
Each over Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Alps | Nov 20, 2009
- Abi on Tour!
Ok guys, this one is going to be a long one, so go and get a cuppa, a fair few biccies, and settle in for a long one - sorry!
So I arrived in Alice Springs, stepped off the plane into Posted by Abilucy in Abi's grand adventure! | Nov 19, 2009
- First Full Day In PragueWell after a good nights rest I was up at 8am drinking Instant coffee I found in the cabinet in our apartment, the label was in German but I think it was coffee, tasted like it and it got me Posted by tburnham68 in Prague Trip November 2009 | Nov 18, 2009
- The Countdown BeginsBefore I apologize for missing three weeks on my blog, I would first like to explain how these past few weeks have gone. Yes, I know, they're excuses, but trust me, they're really good, and kind of interesting.
Two weekends Posted by bengully in Ben's China Adventures | Nov 15, 2009
- Grasmoor and Eel CragMy long trek to Grasmoor had started along the same route as my Grisedale Pike walk, following the meandering stream of Coledale Beck from Braithwaite. For over 2 miles the wide track had led towards my first objective - Eel Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Nov 15, 2009
- Dovedale and Hart CragThe path led through the trees bordering the shore of Brothers Water. Ahead the distant Kirkstone Pass road could be seen snaking up the deep valley below Red Screes, the cars moving silently at this distance. I was following the Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Nov 15, 2009
- Tennoji ZooI love elephant.
Posted by ericcruz in Eric's Travel Blog | Nov 14, 2009
- Pillar from ButtermereFrom the top of Scarth Gap Pass all the walkers trooping up from Buttermere turned left and made for the nearby summit of Haystacks. Straight ahead though,lay the craggy walls of Pillar and Kirk Fell broken by the dark gap Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Nov 9, 2009
- The BreventStanding roughly northwest of Chamonix, the Brevent at 2525m or 8285 feet is perhaps the finest place from which to view the eternal snows of Mont Blanc directly across the valley. Viewed from Chamonix, the peak appears some 5000 feet Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Alps | Nov 7, 2009
- The Tete Rousse on Mont BlancThis is a walk part way up the Gouter route on Mont Blanc and is about as far up the mountain as the walker can safely venture. In addition - at 3167m or 10391 feet - it's the highest point Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Alps | Nov 7, 2009
- Last Days in MelbourneHallo ihr da auf der anderen Seite der Welt!
Das wetter wird hier immer besser, so dass wir nur noch in tshirt und Jeans rumlaufen können und uns sogar schon Sonnencreme gekauft haben :) (wenn die sonne weg ist, wird’s Posted by toscashiva in tosca&shiva auf 6monatiger reise | Nov 5, 2009
- 3. NovemberHeisann
Unnskyld for dårlig oppdatering. Jeg har vært syk. Ikke veldig syk, ingen feber, men syk. Har orket å være i alle klassene mine, men bortsett fra undervisning og måltider har jeg sovet. Det har nemlig blitt kaldt i vårt hjørne Posted by kinatonje in BEIJING BLONDE | Nov 2, 2009
- High Street from HaweswaterThe drive over from Shap to Haweswater in the pale winter sunshine revealed that the eastern rim of the Lakeland Fells still held some remnants of snow from the recent cold weather. High Street's eastern crags in particular were patterned Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Lake District | Nov 2, 2009
- The FaulhornOnce the chalet developments were left behind, a leisurely gondola ride over a peaceful scene of pine forest and alpine meadow brought me up out of the valley with constant views of the Eiger and the surrounding Oberland summits as Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Alps | Oct 31, 2009
- Climbing the BreithornThis must rank as one of my best days out in the mountains mainly thanks to the perfect conditions we enjoyed for the trip. The ascent of the Breithorn at 4164m or 13662 ft is just outside the normal remit Posted by PeteB in Walking in the Alps | Oct 31, 2009
- 3rd and 4th day in MelbourneShiva versuchte des öfteren bayrisch zu reden .... vergeblich tosca lacht sie immer aus "pfuideifi" in shiva sprache hört sich einfach doof an. Ok sie hatte es kurzzeitig begriffen doch dann tönte es, um mal wieder zu zeigen dass wir Posted by toscashiva in tosca&shiva auf 6monatiger reise | Oct 25, 2009
- 2nd day in melbourneg'day mates its our 2nd day in Melbourne now and we r having soooooooo much fun
w ve done some kind of a touristic tour through melbourne we actually did NOT want do buy stuff like cloths ... but :( Posted by toscashiva in tosca&shiva auf 6monatiger reise | Oct 23, 2009