Blog Entries tagged 'island'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'island'
- The biggest sand island in the worldHaving seen big mammals – no not kangaroos, which turn out to be really rather small – we decide that we ought to see the world’s biggest sand island. Fraser Island, which happens to be right next to Hervey (pronounced Posted by PeterandHilary in Australia 2013 | Oct 9, 2013
- 20 Things I Learned on Guana Cay….Redux.I started this blog 5 years ago after an ill-fated trip to Guana Cay with our good friends John and Teresa. Two black eyes, a busted boat propeller, a slide down a boat ramp, sunburned lips, power outages……..Everything that could Posted by vicki_h in . | Oct 9, 2013
- Salad Anyone?Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
Someplace in Lake Ontario
I forgot to mention, in my last entry, that I also made my Mother’s Cinnamon Pull-A-Parts before I went to bed, so that I could reheat them for breakfast. So far I am Posted by kitcusick in Sailing the Seas | Sep 10, 2013
- 8.25.10: Koh Phi Phi, Thailand
Our first morning to wake up on the island of Koh Phi Phi was pleasant as ever! We wandered over to the P. P. Family Restaurant and woke up with a refreshing iced coffee and the sound of the wav Posted by emichele in Globe-Skipping | Sep 28, 2013
- Leaving Vaiula :(
I was sad to leave Vaiula, but it had to be done. I had already extended my stay there a couple of times, yes - it's THAT kind of place, and needed to move on so I could see more Posted by karencook in Karen's World Adventures | Jun 19, 2013
- Look Out Cabot TrailWell, we have to backtrack to last night. We were in a wonderful Inn in Pictou, had had a nice pub dinner, and now were nestled in bed and I was reading something to Linda. Suddenly, there came a tapping, Posted by damienannaaiden in Get Your Motor Running | Sep 12, 2013
- Lake TiticacaPuno, Peru
Sunday 25th August
We arrived in Puno, which is the main town on Lake Titicaca on the Peruvian side of the lake at around 3pm. We hung up our damp and still soaked clothes from the Inca trail and Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Aug 29, 2013
- Surprised by Perhentian Island, MalaysiaAfter an hour of plane ride from Subang to Kuala Terengganu, followed by an hour plus of van ride to the jetty and finally an hour of boat ride we arrived at Perhentian Island. Greeted by crystal clear water Posted by MarcuZ in Journey of happiness anywhere anytime | Aug 22, 2013
- Stranded Naked in Abaco
We should have known better than to plan a trip to the Abacos during a week when there were three, yes….THREE….big beach parties. I can barely keep myself in check when there is just th Posted by vicki_h in . | Aug 5, 2013
- PILGRIMS HAVE MORE FUN: Four Days of Excess-- Err, HOLINESS.Oh yes, this blog was a thing I was doing. Hello, blog. I am back to write you. Let's pretend I wasn't ignoring your calls for six months?
Aww, you're so forgiving. That's why I love you.
So, SHIKOKU PILGRIMAGE. The big Posted by Niadra in I Can Haz Enlightenment? | Jul 15, 2013
- Rainbow Beach/Fraser IslandHeaded up to Rainbow Beach from Noosa (still in Queensland) The Greyhound bus took 2 hours so wasn’t too long. Stayed at hostel in Rainbow Beach for two nights. Whilst here there is a 20-30 minute walk to the sand Posted by chelle323 in Australia 2013 | Jun 29, 2013
- In the middle of the Atlantic... AgainYet another weekend away (June has been so far, a travel month), and Lisbon Airport is starting to feel like my second home. Friday I took a flight, but this time I wasn't flying abroad. Instead I went to Terceira, Posted by danics in World Away | Jun 25, 2013
- Surviving Guana With the In-Laws“What do you think about taking my family down to Abaco?”
He may as well have said, “What do you think about shaving your head?” or “What do you think about painting the house royal purple and putting on a glitter Posted by vicki_h in . | Jun 19, 2013
- Dr. RopataAfter another uneventful border crossing we entered Guatemala.
I instantly noticed an increase in security, not only were there police with machine guns at roadblocks and stationed along the streets but many shops had armed security guards. Including sh Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jun 17, 2013
- Caye CaulkerWe bussed across to the Mexican border and into Belize. Swapped from comfortable Mexican coaches to fun Belizian chicken busses, and continued on to Belize City.
From there we took a 1 hour boat ride to the island of Caye Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jun 10, 2013
- Jost Another Week in Paradise[center][/center]
If I told you Jost Van Dyke is Dutch for “incredibly tiny island,” you might believe me, given that this little island in the British Virgins is small enough to walk Posted by vicki_h in . | May 22, 2013
- Island Hopping: O’ahu – The Big Island of HawaiiRight, so I am now going to take you back to my Hawaii trip and pickup where I left off.
Anyone looking for a great destination should take in the Big Island. An island with such diversity, scenery and terrain Posted by TezaTravels in TEZAS TRAVELS - VANCOUVER NOSUN EDITION | May 5, 2013
- Heaven is a place in BoracayHere it is folks - the happy ending. As part of our wedding package we were offered a 3-night stay at any Shangri-La Hotel in the world. We chose the tropical island of Boracay in the Philippines famed for the Posted by gobannanas in Sue & Ed Go Bananas in South East Asia | Apr 7, 2013
- Exploring more of VancouverToday I explored Vancouver; Downtown, Yaletown, False Creek, Granville Island, and Gastown.
These are some of the things I noticed.
* People here seem to really love Paninis, they're everywhere. Also they aren't that cheap $7.99 (for context, amaz Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Apr 22, 2013
- Koh Samui
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- Langkawi: The Jewel of Kedah
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- Beautiful Lake BunyonyiIt was cold and wet when I woke this morning. Kabale is approximately 2000m above sea level and it felt as though the town had been completely encircled by clouds, cold damp air just seemed to have permeated everything.
Posted by VincitVeritas in My African Odyssey | Apr 11, 2013
- Raining on my FestivalThe first of my three weekend trips in April was exhausting but so very much worth it. I went down to 진해 (Jinhae) for the annual cherry blossom festival and then to a small seaside town called 통영 (Tongyeong). Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Apr 10, 2013
- Fraser Island - Day 127On Saturday we drove even further down the Queensland coast to Hervey Bay, which is well known for its whale watching and for being a starting point for Fraser Island. It is not the right time of year for the Posted by RoyandIngrid in Planes, Trains And Campervan | Mar 25, 2013
- ISLA CUBAGUA, VENEZUELAWe booked a catamaran tour through Nolitours at our resort, to Isla Cubagua. We were picked up by a bus and taken 40min to Punta Piedra where we boarded a catamaran. It was approximately an hour ride. Along the way Posted by ChantelleS in See the World Through My Eyes | Mar 21, 2013