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  • 我爱厦门OK, that translates as the ubiquitous I love Xiamen (like I heart NY). Yesterday, Sunday, I went for a quick afternoon hike, using my parks pass for the second time. It was a lovely afternoon and I took photos of views Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Nov 24, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 18, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 8Day Eight: Y'all come back now, ya hear? It was our final day. We love the town of Whitefish but never get a chance to spend any time there on our trips to Glacier National Park, so we had opted to Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 17, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 7Day Seven: MMMmmmm.......SPAM. Said no one ever. Without electricity, waking up in a room at t Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 16, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 6Day Six: There are no shortcuts to any place worthwhile. Our destination of the day was Granite Park Chalet and the only way to get to it was to hike 7+ miles. We had a 7:30 a.m. shuttle to catch, Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 15, 2014
  • Mountain SoundSo I set out from Karamea with Kat and Maddy having known them for about 3 days. I already had a pretty good feeling given we had already slid down the side of caves together and had a massive geek Posted by SpannaB in Around the world in 80 songs | Nov 14, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 5Day 5: The Bear’s Hump – Harder Than Milking a Grizzly, and Half as Fun. We woke up to the smell of freshly baking muffins and yawned deeply between crisp sheets that had been lined dried and pressed with lavender. The Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 14, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 4Day Four: Walk faster. I hear banjos. Matt and I had a boat to catch, so it was “up and at ‘em” very early. After a breakfast of oatmeal with nuts, brown sugar, and dried fruit and some bacon, we said Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 14, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 3Day Three: Canada. Like America, but with bigger beers. It was breakfast in the car because we had an ambitious day planned. First, we had to make an hour drive from St. Mary to Waterton Park in Canada. Then, we Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 13, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 2Day Two: Two Bears and Counting. We woke up to a misty morning at the Lake McDonald campground. [img=https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3953/15528097560_428bca0470. Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 12, 2014
  • Stepping Out of Bounds in Glacier National Park: Day 1Ahhhh….Montana. Home of big skies and bigger mountains. The state of open roads, endless valleys, and a river running through it. A place where the soup of the day is whiskey and there are more plaid flannel shirts than a Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 11, 2014
  • Fall Break! This week, France is celebrating Toussaint, All Saint’s Day. It’s a universal holiday week for schools, and later in the week (the 1st of November) comes the national holiday that everyone celebrates. Posted by NKammerer in Où je me trouve… | Oct 30, 2014
  • Sri Lanka - Largest Small Country in the World[center][left]Colombo Nothing special as a city, Colombo was our stop because of the airport and Indian Visa Centre. We arrive to from Male to Colombo on Korean airlines (100$), a cheaper alternative to Sri Lankan Airlines, and way less stingy compa Posted by Olga_Gogoleva in SE Asia | Oct 24, 2014
  • ...And Back Down SouthAllen and I left Brisbane on October 5th for the long journey back to Kiera and Andrew's house in Sydney. We focused mostly on camping on the beach on the way up and decided to try to find some Posted by cschelz in Round the World 2014 | Oct 12, 2014
  • Climbing 6000 Stairs ==Cherrapunji== The Khasi Hills near Cherrapunji (Sohra in the local language) in Posted by LisaOnTheRoad in Continuing Love Affair with India! | Sep 22, 2014
  • My time in Bozeman, MontanaMy time in Bozeman, Montana was so amazing. The place itself is really cool as it is set in the plains surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges. In the way that Auckland is named City of Sails, Montana is named Big Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Sep 13, 2014
  • Oh, the Views![center][/center] The southern half of Malawi is like a peninsula of land, extending deep into Mozambique. Think Florida, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic. A mining compa Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Sep 12, 2014
  • Montenegro II11 pm, our 2nd night in Zabljak: Dan seems to have it the worst of us. Ever since we returned from our hike, he has looked terrible and hasn’t left his bed except to run to the bathroom 3 or 4 Posted by danza in There and back again | Sep 3, 2014
  • PeruLess than 48 hours after exams ended, two friends and I boarded a plane from Milan to Cusco, Peru. After a long journey of 37 hours (including a 7 hour layover in Miami Airport) we finally arrived in the old Posted by tvons in Third Culture Kid | Aug 23, 2014
  • GranadaValencia I know, I know - the title of this episode is Granada, but before I got to there, I spent a couple days in Valencia. It would be unfair and inaccurate to say that I didn’t like Valencia or didn’t Posted by danza in There and back again | Aug 16, 2014
  • Tour du Mont Blanc (Part 2)Fun story I left out of my last post - from Day 1: The biggest disappointment the whole trip for me was unlucky timing - after making it out of group play, USA had made it to the next round in Posted by danza in There and back again | Jul 30, 2014
  • Tour du Mont Blanc (Part 1)How to begin telling you about my greatest and most unique adventure of this trip. Though it only lasted 9 days, it felt like much longer. I suppose the beginning is a good place to start - While I was Posted by danza in There and back again | Jul 25, 2014
  • Norway GlacierSo now a turn to the East, to Oslo, but first a stop in the Hardanger National Park. Before we left home Elias saw Hardanger on the map and we thought that it would be a great place to visit. When Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 24, 2014
  • Peru- Lima, Cusco and the Inca TrailHola from Peru! Tim and I have been gone for only a little over a week, but already we feel like we've experienced and seen a lot. On January 23 Tim's parents, Barb and Steve, drove us from Madison to Posted by sarahpuckett in International Exploration | Feb 7, 2014
  • Sea Kajaking Once we had crossed the cook straight between the North and South Island and arrived in Picton, we went straight to Motueka, which is a tiny town right next to the Abel Tasman National P Posted by tastingtheworld in Tasting the world | Jul 17, 2014
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