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  • 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
  • Falling over history Today started a little slowly as we had a pretty ordinary night. After some monster beds earlier in the trip, we've lately had some tiny affairs - well double beds actually - and things have got a little cosy. In Posted by dawnandhugh in Our Moveable Feast | Apr 4, 2013
  • The Flower Fields, Carlsbad CAIn the planning stages of our spring break California getaway, our Lovely Hostess mentioned the spectacular Flower Fields in Carlsbad. Based on her recommendation as well as the enticing blurb on the website, not to mention it was five minutes Posted by TamB in Postcards from the Border | Mar 29, 2013
  • Kerala – God’s Own CountryOne of the nice things about India is the relatively bargain priced flights you can book between cities. Although we'd pretty much waited until the last minute, we were still able to find a reasonably priced flight from Kolkata to Posted by Elmar123 in Few Reservations | Mar 29, 2013
  • In the Land of Kings and Hawkers - RajasthanFear not, I'm not planning on doing a step-by-step recounting of our tour. Instead I'll let the pictures do most of the talking and share some additional thoughts of each city and anything interesting on the way. The plan Posted by Elmar123 in Few Reservations | Mar 25, 2013
  • Copacabana to La Paz - Day 33Sadly we have to leave Copacabana today, but we're heading to La Paz. We've heard La Paz can be a little edgy but we're arriving in the daytime, so it's safety first! Before the bus, we managed to get in Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Feb 24, 2013
  • Summer 2012 Part I - The PDF VersionsHello all! I hope this works. Since beginning the blog, I've been looking for a way to link and share the PDF newsletters I previously created here. I have now found that way (go back to the [[|Taxi entry]] to find Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Mar 15, 2013
  • Isla del Sol, Copacabana - Day 32Today we took a boat ride to Isla del Sol, which is in Lake Titicaca. We bought the tickets yesterday, which includes drop off and pick up on the island and a trip to the floating islands in Lake Titicaca Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Feb 23, 2013
  • Machu Picchu - Day 26We started early, around 5am, as the train to Machu Picchu left at 6.10am. The hostel organised a packed breakfast for us and we ordered a packed lunch too, so our bags were full to the brim with food for Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Feb 17, 2013
  • Cusco to Ollantaytambo - Day 24After delaying for three days due to the floods we were finally on the road to Ollantaytambo, a small village in the Sacred Valley where we would get our train to Macchu Picchu in 3 days time. We travelled by Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Feb 15, 2013
  • Exploring incredible Cambodia by motorbikeNo visit to Cambodia is complete without a proper motorbike ride through the countryside. Motorbikes are an integral part of the daily life for people living in the country that is home to the famous [[http://|Angkor Posted by Leia Elizabeth in My journey to Cambodia | Mar 4, 2013
  • Helloooooooooo :)So, today it's the 1st of March (almost one month since I arrived here! wow, so fast!), and a couples days ago I came with the idea of starting a blog about my trip :) [that's thanks to Angela! -~thanks!!!!]. Posted by gisele.leon in Europe ♥ | Feb 28, 2013
  • Ghalat 30 km northwest of Shiraz lies a village called Ghalat, embraced by a valley which is covered in gardens .several waterfalls ,old church, and remnants of old stone buildings has added to its beauty. it is possible Posted by r.development in Shiraz | Feb 24, 2013
  • Legal or tolerated (I would like to thank to Iain Mallory, who supported me in writing travel blogs to document memories and share it with the public.) Amsterdam has never been in my to go list till the time Posted by nergiscetin in In the arms of Amsterdam | Feb 18, 2013
  • Tips of Borneo and the Islands BeyondI was doing vector research in Northern Borneo and managed to take time out to explore the tips of Borneo and some of the islands near the border of Philippines. The beaches were not frequented by visitors and it was Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Feb 17, 2013
  • A Great WallSo about 6am, I stirred when someone was trying to enter our hotel room, phew - it was just Mike, fresh off the redeye flight from Bangkok, freezing after enjoying a week of 30 degree days only to plummet to Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Feb 15, 2013
  • Esoteric Eygpt & Jovial JordanWhat better way to bring in 2013 than with a trip to Eygpt and Jordan. 12th January Arrived in Cairo, via the very nice Vienna airport. Visas obtained at the airport. That night we had an incredibly cheesy eighties style Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Feb 2, 2013
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