Blog Entries tagged 'landscapes'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'landscapes'
- The Blue Lagoon - Top10 Beach WorldwideI hit the jackpot! Didn't we all dream about relaxing on a white beach under palm trees once? I found one - and it is not too far away! In lists of the top ten beaches in the world, next Posted by BillyHoliday in Top10 Holidays | Jun 27, 2013
- Sensational Scotland19th May
After a gruelling 9 hour coach ride with only 1 pit stop we arrived in Edinburgh, two day prior to the start of our group tour. Our hostel was surprisingly cosy, originally an old church that fell out of Posted by Wongderful in Ameizing Andventures | Jun 23, 2013
- West Rockies US 2013
Never thought that in this digital world I would be needing to carry more than 3kg of paper, maps, guides !
Thank you colleagues and friend for your contribution. :-)
[img=http://photos.tr Posted by Eddy VDR in West Rockies US 2013 (English) | Jun 22, 2013
- Arthur's Pass to Franz Josef Glacier - Day 73Well, last night was freezing. Literally. The window screen on the van was frozen when we woke up and it was only 1 degrees, so it must have dropped below zero during the night. All night we kept waking up Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Apr 5, 2013
- Dizzying Heights
Post Lima gluttony we really thought we would put ourselves through some more altitude training and traipse back up to the Andes for a couple of day walks in the hills. In order to do t Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Jun 7, 2013
- Bolivia - Old Ladies in Top Hats and a Death RoadSan Pedro de Atacama turned out to be a pleasant surprise considering we originally had no intention of going there, we ended up grateful for the border debacle! Armed with new friends, we booked our Salar de Uyuni trip Posted by moseyingmizuiks in Morning Coffee | Jun 2, 2013
- Comfy Cornwall13th May
After a moderate drive out of London, our first stop was to see a Wiltshire white horse, this is the practice of digging four feet down to collect chalk, and then compacting it in the shape of various things, Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 26, 2013
- Winsome Wales 6th May
Departing from London, our first stop of the Wales tour was actually Stratford-Upon-Avon, in England. Peaceful Stratford-Upon-Avon is the birth and resting place of William Shakespeare, and features Tudor architecture and several of the Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 22, 2013
- Conquering Death Road
One thing we had been looking forward to since purchasing the GoPro video camera, was being able to attach it to one of our helmets and hoon down the world’s most dangerous road. We wer Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | May 20, 2013
- Losing Perspective
Bolivia’s famous Salar de Uyuni (salt flats) tour definitely featured on our must-do list during our South American travels. We had elected to take the four-day trip from Tupiza, a small Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | May 16, 2013
- Out of ChinaAfter six months in China, I took a week out to visit my family in South Africa.
Leaving China had more of an impact on me than I expected. I didn't realise that six months was long enough for China Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | May 16, 2013
- Tropical Paradise , Forever Sanya.Speaking of travel, I would like to talk about a wonderful trip in Sanya city, southernmost part China.
To be honest with you, the city I went was recommended by a friend of mine. In fact, I felt pretty good Posted by cdbenjamin in Tropical Paradise, Foever Sanya. | May 15, 2013
- This nobel population Away from city, its pollution ,noise and rushes a group of people are living their most primitive and simple life .friend with nat Posted by r.development in Nomads | May 15, 2013
- South Africa – 4 friends, a Mercedes, sharks and a 211m jumpWe made it to our hostel in Johannesburg a little disappointed – miles out of the way therefore a fortune in a taxi and no mod cons or wifi as we were expecting – nevertheless, it suited our biggest requirements Posted by moseyingmizuiks in Morning Coffee | May 1, 2013
- A journey to the top of nowhereThe wind is blowing at a thousand knots; if I let go of the rocks I’m afraid I’ll be whisked away across the vast blue sea. The sun is shining, yet its warmth is lost by the wind. I am Posted by piratejax in Latino Li(o)ving | Apr 29, 2013
- Getting back to NatureSeven years ago, on our very first overseas adventure together, we met two loca Belgian sisters with whom we spent a very fun week with in Cambodia. We only spent a few days together, but they proved to be such Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Apr 27, 2013
- Cidade Maravilhosa
Rio. Wow. The city certainly lived up to the tagline of the ‘marvelous city’, at least in our eyes. It is possibly, scratch that - definitely the most visually spectacular city we have laid Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Apr 16, 2013
- The Valley of the MoonWhen we first moved to Arizona, I spent some time looking at what there is to do in this sleepy, dusty town. I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of fun and interesting events and places to visit nearby. One Posted by TamB in Postcards from the Border | Apr 15, 2013
- Hello Brazil!
We somewhat underestimated how much time we might need to traipse our way up to Rio where we had a plane to catch to the Pantanal on 13 April.
This meant that we only had time for Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Apr 15, 2013
- Uyuni to San Pedro de Atacama, Chile - Day 434.30am. I'd already been up for 2 hours though with massive stomach cramps. I could still taste the onion lasagne and thought that was to blame. We packed in the dark, save for a few torch lights, and I felt Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 6, 2013
- Uyuni - Day 42It was a 7am start for an awesome day ahead. After a quick breakfast we set off to the first stop, which was some quinoa fields. Along the way we saw the snow capped mountains ahead and lots of Llamas. Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 5, 2013
- The Parks of the North – Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake ManyaraOnce in Arusha our luggage was quickly unloaded and we carried it straight from the plane to the exit where a couple of guys with our name sign and a Toyota Landcruiser awaited us to take us to our hotel, Posted by Elmar123 in Few Reservations | Apr 8, 2013
- Africa – the “Dark Continent”In the olden days and even today many people referred to Africa as the “dark continent” since so little was known about it. Nowadays, this has obviously changed and many countries and locations in Africa are well known, relatively well Posted by Elmar123 in Few Reservations | Apr 8, 2013
- Sucre to Uyuni - Day 40Another day, another bus. Today we headed to Uyuni, from where we'll start our 3 day tour tomorrow, setting off at 9am and not getting in until 5.30pm. Not the longest bus journey we've taken but it sure felt like Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 3, 2013
- Sucre - Day 39Following another fruit smoothie from the market to help with our minor hangover, we booked our bus tickets to Uyuni and our hostels in Uyuni and San Pedro de Atacama. I can't believe we're going to pay more than £50 Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 2, 2013