Blog Entries tagged 'landscapes'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'landscapes'
- I have a home!!Hi again, everyone!
For those people who have found my blog by accident, thanks for coming!! Check out my first post for a synopsis of what I'm doing in Barcelona. This is geared mostly toward family and friend-type readership, but Posted by dclift in Pensamientos Errabundos | Sep 11, 2012
- Land of the head hunters...Borneo!Kuching, Borneo - First stop on our whirlwind tour of South East Asia.
The reason Kuching was on our itinerary was because Ken gave me a list of a few of the things he wanted to see and do during Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Sep 9, 2012
- Not China quite yet [center]As I turned 22 this week as my mother turned 50 I was offered place on a family trip to Corfu, fully paid for by my mum and stepdad. So as any self-respecting and penniless 22 year old wanting Posted by Jessica_l_ball in Big Jess, Little China | Sep 9, 2012
- Scotland - west coastOur holiday started in Glasgow. So far so good. As we were waiting to collect our luggage Chas actually said to me that this is his most anxious time when traveling. And guess Posted by patsaunder in Let's do it! | Sep 6, 2012
- CambodiaI met the first of the Dutch trio in a back alley Saigon hostel. The desk clerk had given away my reservation and was forced to put me in a female dorm. The room was empty save for one young Posted by bradenelsewhere in Braden is Elsewhere | Sep 5, 2012
- My Moms in Vietnam!As the adventure of living in China came to an end, the adventure of backpacking through Asia was just beginning. I said a heartfelt goodbye to my students and fellow teachers, sent a large suitcase of souvenirs back to Canada Posted by bradenelsewhere in Braden is Elsewhere | Sep 5, 2012
- On the Panamerican Hwy...Buenos dias!
See how my espanol has improved!! Continuing on our journey on the Pan American highway.... Arriving in Nazca, Jan and I decided we must take the flight in order to really appreciate the enormity of the lines. Intrepid Posted by EllenandJulia in Jan and Ellen's Adventures in Peru! | Sep 2, 2012
- My fountainCuernavaca is becoming a city of fountains. It is somewhat unexpected, but there’s a logic to it. They are almost as numerous as the Oxxo convenience stores where you can buy ice cream or beer or Yoli or any other Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Aug 20, 2012
- Kampot: Part 1Kampot was a popular place for us to escape to on our days off, being only a couple of hours drive away in the now standard speeding, cramped van without any seatbelts without any regard for human life.
Like Posted by Jamie V in The Voyages Of Venning | Aug 11, 2012
- The Gateway to the PacificOne thing that really makes me proud being a Guiuananon is for the fact that I grew up in a place where people live simply enjoying the bounties of nature which I hope would not be abused. Honestly, I would Posted by andrea_acosta85 in RN Trekker | Aug 6, 2012
- SantoriniGorgeous and enchanting, Santorini was without doubt my favourite island. By some small miracle, it has managed to retain it's Greek charm despite the ship load of American tourists, unloaded daily by the vast cruise liners that hover around it's Posted by elisaalston in Not all those who wander are lost... | Aug 3, 2012
- My SonPrimarily our trip to Vietnam was for a beach holiday, but as I already said we thought we should visit the main cities, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City as well, and while we were at it thought we should Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Jul 30, 2012
- Chandipur and Panchalingeshwar (Orissa)Why Panchlingeshwar?
We mostly seek for short weekend trips from Kolkata. So this time we planned a tour to Panchligeshwar and Chandipur. 2 nights 3 days tour plan is enough.
How we reached and where we stayed?
We took Dhauli Posted by sanchita in Weekend trips from Kolkata | Jul 30, 2012
- Formula One in a Toyota (part two)Rwanda’s poetical name, “The Land of a Thousand Hills”, is deserved and understated. The country consists of hills and nothing but hills. This is a very fertile region of Africa, and each hill displays its own evocative medley Posted by mjsimek in Les Deux Congos | Jul 26, 2012
- Trip to Philippines 2012 Part 2[[http://mytrips1.jimdo.com/|My World Travel]]
It was really hot to day and still no rain it's dark clouds in the sky but no rain so far. We have been walking around a little today to see what's around here.
Sitting and looking Posted by Odd-Arne in My travels around the world | Jul 20, 2012
- Exciting activities and things to do in GoaI recently visited Goa and wanted to share my favourite experiences to all those travellers out there thinking of going and are wondering what to do. Although it is India’s smallest state there are endless tourist spots, day trips and Posted by Buddy D in Exciting activities in Goa | Jul 18, 2012
- ParosI don't have many positive things to say about Paros.. I have been followed not only by cats but seemingly anything beginning with c, including cicadas the size of cats and a cockroach that actually chased me across the bedroom Posted by elisaalston in Not all those who wander are lost... | Jul 16, 2012
- Trip to Philippines 2012 Part 1===Before the trip:===
To day 30.06.2012 Is it just a week left to my trip to Philippines and I beginning to pack a little and see what I am going to take whit me on the trip. Since the suitcase can't Posted by Odd-Arne in My travels around the world | Jul 9, 2012
- A Quiet 4th of July at Grover Hot SpringsWednesday morning, July 4th, Grover Hot Springs, CA and the adventure just keeps going!
We arrived at the nice early hour of 3a.m. having driven over a great cut off, Highway 89 from the 395. We drove over an hour at Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 9, 2012
- Adventures On The Great Sand Dunes
The View From My First Campsite.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/250455/DSC_4164.j Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jul 6, 2012
- The Salt Flats!!!After an early morning start in hundreds of layers of clothes, as it was so cold, we set off in a jeep to start our 3 day trip to Bolivia. And what better way to cross another border than travel Posted by Chelseakeeler6 in Around the World, Around the World!!! | Jun 30, 2012
- Day 66 - Tunnel Creek to Cable BeachToday was the day of our Tunnel creek walk. I'd been looking forward to this since I first read the itinerary. The notion of a creek flowing all the way through a limestone mountain, carving a tunnel large enough to Posted by pkd064 in Karen and Perry's Oz trip | Jun 29, 2012
- Day 65 - Curlews, ant bums and Windjana GorgeWe woke to another cloudless sky. This run of fine days has been such a pleasant contrast to the first half of our trip...but doesn't do anything to lay the dust.
Karen cooked pancakes for breakfast to give us all some Posted by pkd064 in Karen and Perry's Oz trip | Jun 29, 2012
- Day 64 - Manning GorgeI'm writing this entry using fragmented notes so it may not be a complete record of the day. If any of my fellow passengers want to add or correct anything then please feel free to comment.
As we left our bush Posted by pkd064 in Karen and Perry's Oz trip | Jun 28, 2012
- (3) Going For A WalkThe first day that I was in Sydney I went for a long walk, get to know my surroundings so to speak. I had looked at maps and guide books briefly so I knew where I was to an extent. Posted by Dominic_1989 in Australia | Jun 27, 2012