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  • The Hong Kong StoryMy schedule is pretty off so I woke up pretty early today and was super hungry for some classic Chinese macaroni soup. So we went to Cafe de Coral which is a huge chain that sells food in like Posted by E.M.N in Adventure Is Out There! | Nov 28, 2016
  • Gardens in SuzhouThere is always a lot of lesson to be learnt from ancient heritage. The beautiful ancient gardens in suzhou is just one of the many examples. In modern times, where nature has become one of the commodities and the pursuit Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Nov 20, 2016
  • The Hidden Place in HyogoWhenever asked what prefecture is beside Osaka, most people will say Kyoto to the right and Kobe to the left. That's what most travelers refer to Hyogo prefecture, they call it Kobe because that's what most if not all Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Kanazawa, The City of Gold. | Oct 24, 2016
  • Mosques, museums and towersWe walked toward the National Mosque and the Islamic Arts and Culture Museum. The museum, which we didn't know much about before visiting, had an impressive collection of intricate dioramas of mosques from around the world, including the Middle East, Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Oct 19, 2016
  • Exploring Muzium Negara and surroundingsAfter getting to sleep in courtesy of the time difference and exhaustion, we inquired about laundry. We hoped that KL, being a large and modern enough city, would have a laundromat. Sure enough it did, according the woman at the Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Oct 18, 2016
  • Blood and tears on Culloden MoorHaving watched the sunrise from the ferry, we arrived in the port of Scrabster at 8:00. Time to head south towards Inverness, but not before a visit to the most northerly point of the British mainland. It's a common misconception Posted by apostrophewoman in Oh My Giddy Aunt | Sep 25, 2016
  • The more you look, the more you seeThe night we arrived in Fes was a whirl wind. Mohammed first dropped us at the bus station so we could pop in and buy our tickets for the remaining portions of our trip and then transported us Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Aug 31, 2016
  • Frederiksborg CastleThis entry will document a day trip to Frederiksborg Castle, the castle is the largest Renaissance residence in Scandinavia and is situated at the northern end of Copenhagen, at Hillerod. This is an interesting castle due to several aspect. It Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Aug 21, 2016
  • Yaki CurryYaki Curry or bAked curry in English is a specialty dish in Kitakyushu city, especially the Mojiko region (Fukuoka prefecture). In Chinese culture, we have a lot of baked rice dishes and curry is one of them but however Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Aug 17, 2016
  • KaramenBefore I talk about Karamen, can you take the heat? Are you a spicy food lover like me? If you are then this is a great dish for you! If you're not, they have a level system Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Aug 13, 2016
  • La Vide Del PuebloWe have arrived in Casabermeja. Where is Casabermeja and why go there you ask? Well, the specification was: find a small traditional village in the South of Spain, away from tourists Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Aug 13, 2016
  • HiyajiruI have been to Miyazaki prefecture before but the last time around I didn't really eat lot. In order to make up for it I tried to eat more this trip to share some new local specialty dishes I've Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Aug 12, 2016
  • Ireland Day 14: Cork, Youghal, Cashel The view from the kitchen of the house where we stayed. A beautiful north Co. Cork landscape. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/681070/90_7339441DE479B1C0E1C065 Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Aug 10, 2016
  • Ireland Day 9: Patrick's Footsteps Croagh Patrick is probably the most climbed mountain in Ireland: according to legend, it is where St. Patrick fasted for forty days and forty nights. There is an annu Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Aug 1, 2016
  • Pisa & Rome - Tourism on Steroids, but it has to be doneWe leave Toscana with sadness as we know we were leaving tranquillity and launching ourselves into two of the most tourist visited cities in the world. The first part was a flying stop off in Pisa which is exactly what Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Jul 28, 2016
  • The Hague Part 3This entry will be about the arts, specifically paintings collection from the Dutch Golden Age. The Mauritshuis (Maurice's House) in the Hague has a good collection ranging from Vermeer, Rembrandt, Paulus Potter, Hals and some others. This museum was prev Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Jul 24, 2016
  • Tibet In Exile..!!..Mcloud Ganj (Himachal Pradesh)17th-21st. July... After an awesome week with Naveen & Neera at Darang Tea Estates and a 45min. drive, with many thanks to Naveen for the lift and farewell lunch at the Dhauladar Hotel in Dharamsala.. I've now been in Bhagsunag, about Posted by wattslee in "Wattsup&Whereto" | Jul 21, 2016
  • 6 Months Blog Update 1Im back! And no, I havent given up on this blog, Ive just been extremely busy. As you will be able to see, I have had a great time exploring Belgium with my amazing new friends and Italy back in Posted by PendergrastR in My Year in Belgium | Jul 14, 2016
  • "Heading Back Home..!!"5th _ 10th. July.... Plenty of walking & exploring the region in and around the towns of both New & Old Manali on either side of the Beas River..Both sides have their unique differences, with the new being the more Posted by wattslee in "Wattsup&Whereto" | Jul 12, 2016
  • The Hague Part 2I will talk about some of the more touristic activity in this entry. To start things off, this is the Binnenhof (inner court) where almost all the important decision get made. The B Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Jul 10, 2016
  • Revisiting Past Journeys and Goodbye to Driving.Jen visited Mostar and Sarajevo five years ago. She wanted to revisit these two places, which she holds very special, and show me around. Mostar is a tiny town but hugely significant Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Jul 8, 2016
  • Monsoon Arrives In Manali..!!30th. June'16>Departed a rain drenched Kashmiri Gate Bus Station in Delhi at 7pm for the 11.5hr. road trip to the hills of Manali in Himachal Pradesh..As comfortable as a bus journey can be on long trips & especially India, I Posted by wattslee in "Wattsup&Whereto" | Jul 3, 2016
  • Family that Lives Far Away But Always Close to Our HeartsAfter a lovely first night so warmly embraced by family and fed until we almost popped (and Hungary won!), we spent a truly special six days in Veszpr√©m - time that was way beyond anything we could have expected or Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Jun 29, 2016
  • "Three Pairs Of Socks For A Dollar..!!"Sat 25th/Sunday 26th.June'16...After contributing a few voluntary hours at the annuaul Lytham Hall Club Day on Saturday, I stayed back & enjoyed a beautiful sunny afternoon of events at a typical English family friendly village show..Traditional market st Posted by wattslee in "Wattsup&Whereto" | Jun 28, 2016
  • Sparkling St PetersburgWith two days to explore, our first day is a quick general seeing day as tomorrow is set aside for the Hermitage, the winter palace for the Russian Royal Family. The quickest way to get to know a city when Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Jun 22, 2016
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