Blog Entries tagged 'lakes'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'lakes'
- Day 14 - Inle Lake (Side trip to Kalaw)Today adventure takes us to the town of Kalaw and onto the the Green hills elephant park.
The short stop in the town of Kalaw is quite beautiful and we head to a tea house to stop and get some coffee Posted by lee_1986 in Myanmar (Burma) - 2013 | Dec 3, 2013
- Day 13 - Inle LakeBack on the boats again this morning to take a trip to the 5 day markets as we arrive there are so many people pulling up their canoes trying to sell stuff to you it's quite harassing for the boat Posted by lee_1986 in Myanmar (Burma) - 2013 | Dec 3, 2013
- The infamous lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca is a place everybody has heard of, though maybe not as many people could locate it on a map. Located then just at the border between Peru and Bolivia, this majestic site i Posted by manolo84 in Around The World in 370 days | Nov 22, 2013
- Huaraz and the Cordillera BlancaWhile the Himalaya gets all the attention when it comes to high-altitude trekking, Peru's Cordillera Blanca offers the solitude of big mountains with far less people than in Asia. It's also a less-crowded alternative to the hordes headed to Machu Posted by manolo84 in Around The World in 370 days | Nov 3, 2013
- Liffey Falls and Pencil Pines at Pine Lake* [[http://greatwesterntiers.net.au/accommodation/deloraine/deloraine-apex-caravan-park|Deloraine Apex Caravan Park]]
We camped beside the Meander River in Deloraine at the Apex Caravan Park, and managed to enjoy an early night thanks to arrivi Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Oct 27, 2013
- Yay! Finally... a meeting with the ever elusive platypus!!As you can probably tell from the title of this blog, this day turned out to be a rather enjoyable highlight of the trip. With Sonia and myself finally being able to see a platypus in the wild. Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Oct 19, 2013
- Waterton/Wildlife paradise[float=left][/float]Waterton Lakes can simply be described in just two words - Wildlife Paradise. What we had already seen before we saw in a much larger scale and what we hadn’t seen yet we did h Posted by Olga Sapakova in Trav The Traveller | Oct 13, 2013
- The photo I forgot to put on the last post Posted by Josh Nunn in Canadia 101 | Oct 1, 2013
- Peru – East and West of the AndesHaving never been to South America before it took a while before deciding that Peru would be our destination. Ultimately, it became a straight choice between the land of the Incas and Argentina but a closer look revealed that the Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Sep 29, 2013
- Cradle Mountain and Gowrie Park*Cradle Mountain Accommodation
Considering the volume of wet gear we had from splashing our way to and from Montezuma falls, we decided we'd pay a bit extra that night and camp in one of the cabins available at [[http://www.cradlevillage.com.au/|C Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Sep 28, 2013
- Oh the places I have beenOk so I have a confession to make.. I am kind of a blog whore... I have numerous blogs around cyberspace and I can't seem to stop writing them.. Hence the reason I am writing another one here!
So I have Posted by Seznz in Sarah's Travels | Sep 24, 2013
- Introduction to Amtrak[center]We arrived at New York Penn Station with a 15 day USA rail pass, tummies full of $1 pizza, some emergency vino, and very little knowledge or understanding of the US railway (why don't the people of America get the Posted by chiaramichael in 111 Days | Sep 23, 2013
- Lago de AtitlánThe next step of my travels took me to the Lake Atitlán, one of the most beautiful lake in the world, according to Aldous Huxley. I had several purposes for going there, the first of course was to admire the Posted by manolo84 in Around The World in 370 days | Sep 12, 2013
- Spinning our WheelsThe Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is a more than a bicycle path. It’s a byway that bisects the beauty of northern Idaho, a 73.2-mile ribbon of smooth asphalt that laces rivers and lakes, the Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation and Posted by davidmutticlark in Searchin' for Soul | Sep 11, 2013
- Salar de Uyuni, BoliviaUyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia
The Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat at 12,106 km² and sits at 3653m. The reason for the salt flats is there used to be a sea there; however due to movement is Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Sep 8, 2013
- Mt Field National Park to Queenstown===Mt Field NP - Lake St Clair===
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/596544/P7166721.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint. Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Sep 1, 2013
- Croatia - First stop: ZagrebWe arrived at Zagreb Airport and as we had booked from transportation earlier, we had the driver waiting for us there. The weather was almost tropical, with a hot yet stormy clouds (and some rain too).
Our accommodation was not near Posted by danics in World Away | Aug 29, 2013
- The Fifth OceanOur 86-hour train odyssey ended at Lake Baikal, the world's deepest and oldest lake, which will one day, due to moving tectonic plates, may become the world's fifth ocean, splitting the Asian continent in half.
The lake itself is absolutely beautiful Posted by feeverte in Second Star to the Right | Aug 19, 2013
- A full day in ChengduWe woke up at 6 and cracked the whip on the girls to make sure that we were downstairs for breakfast at 7 o'clock. Sandy was going to pick us up at 8 because he informed us that the Posted by Kwpres in A US History Teacher in Asia | Aug 18, 2013
- Kissbone Cove Resort (St. Bernard)Hotel/Resort name: Kissbone Cove Resort
Location: Saint Bernard, Southern Leyte
Booking Year: 2011, 2012
Price: from 1.500 PHP
Staff service: Very good
Standard rooms: Good and clean.
Hot shower Posted by Odd-Arne in Hotel and Resort Review | Aug 17, 2013
- Footsore in Mid ManhattanExcluding a brief visit a few days previously to watch an [[http://francisworldtrip.travellerspoint.com/131/|exhibition soccer game at the Yankee Stadium]], I had never visited New York despite it being one of those world cities like London and Paris that Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 29, 2013
- Best (and quirks) of the BritsThere were many things we were looking forward to in our few months in the UK, one was escaping the heat for a bit (especially with the pregnancy), but it seemed the heat followed us back to the UK, and Posted by africraigs in africraigs | Jul 23, 2013
- The High Tatra MountainsThe reason we were heading for Zakopane was quite simple. Some years ago, April and I were riding through Switzerland when we met a man from Brazil, in a cable car - I hasten to add we were not riding Posted by Mick G in The Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains | Jul 5, 2013
- Dunedin to Milford Sound - Day 78I couldn't have my shower too hot this morning because the warmth burnt my ice cold hands and feet. It's safe to say it was pretty cold last night.
Baldwin Street is the steepest residential street in the world and Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Apr 10, 2013
- Vancouver to Summerland to KelownaThe first 48 hours of our trip have been a whirlwind! Paul and kids, along with our nieces Kassandra and Ariana, went to the Taylor Swift concert in Vancouver with 42,000 other teenage girls (Paul says he was one of Posted by thewierenga5 in The Wierenga 5 | Jun 30, 2013