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  • Die lange Nacht Der MuseenI didn't know it was such a big deal at first, so I accidently missed the TUHH registration for this event. By the time I realised I really wanted to attend, the TUHH registration was full and I had to Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Apr 15, 2014
  • What a difference a Bay makes==[center]The first recorded shot of World War I, the 'Gibraltar of the South', dozens of shipwrecks and entrance to the richest port in the world. All part of European history? Far from it! The other side of the world in Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Apr 14, 2014
  • JAMBO FROM NAIROBIJambo! Reporting in from sunny Nairobi. We had a great trip here outside of the dreadful 3 hour layover in Halifax and 8 hours in Montreal but that is the result of a cheap airfare. I have decided it might Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Apr 12, 2014
  • To Summarise It would seem incomplete to not finish this blog off with a final post with travel musings. Hopefully it won't turn into a 'on my gap yah' load of dribble. We could have offered advice on Posted by vincerb in Becky is Backpacking | Apr 2, 2014
  • Ho Chi Minh in passingI feel I need to preface this article with an explanation why I went to view the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh. - I’m not Vietnamese - I’m Australian - I’m of an age I could have fought against his Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Mar 16, 2014
  • Day 98 Lima Last Minute LocalThe lasts two days of the trip, we set out to explore as much as we can, it is our last breath… We take a public bus out to Larco Museum, which shows artifacts from Northern Cultures of Peru, but it Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Mar 3, 2014
  • Day 135 - 139 Rotorua, Taupo & Wellington Rotoura is a quaint but eggy town. New Zealand is very sleepy with shops closing no later than 5:30pm and most Posted by vincerb in Becky is Backpacking | Mar 1, 2014
  • WHEN THE BOOTS FIND YOU.....Our disappointment at not being able to visit the town of Montserrat was short lived when we woke up to glorious sunshine, 20 degrees and no wind. After taking our time packing up the room, drinking much coffee and eating Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Feb 23, 2014
  • Farang Diaries: Bangkok and Phuket==Bangkok == After two glorious weeks it had came time to say goodbye to Cambodia and head to Thailand’s capital Bangkok. I was chaffing at the bit to get there and it wasn’t for the city’s legendary nightlife or shopping. Best mate Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Feb 20, 2014
  • Angkor Wow! [b]Angkor is like Disneyland for anyone with even just a slight interest in history. For Brayden, Jay and me it was easily the highlight of our adventures in South East Asia. In fact, I think it’s just about the favourite Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Feb 15, 2014
  • Day 119 - 122 Melbourne We've arrived safely in Australia and are suitably culture shocked by western delights such as good sandwiches an Posted by vincerb in Becky is Backpacking | Feb 12, 2014
  • Singapore, Singapore - Part OneIn the interests of saving money, we had booked a flight for 6am from Melbourne back up to Sydney. I can't remember how much we saved by not flying direct from Melbourne to Singapore, but I do hope it was Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Feb 4, 2014
  • Phnom Penh Top Tenh During the first half of last century Cambodia’s capital was known as the ‘Pearl of Asia’. Phnom Penh was cosmopolitan, full of sophistication and swish French buildings. That was until the Khmer Rouge ordered a mass evacuation in 1975, forcing Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Feb 3, 2014
  • Wild Riding is More Fun in the PhilippinesThere were plenty of attempts to reach Ilocos Norte province. This is the only point in the country that is not covered in the previous projects I've worked with. So I cannot make a tour in this particular tourist destination Posted by crisbernal in Laag ni Tantongay | Jan 26, 2014
  • 5 Surprising Guests to the Hot Springs in ArkansasThe Hot Springs in Arkansas have been attracting an unusual cast of characters for centuries. This naturally flowing, super-heated water has been used through the generations for a variety of reasons making Hot Springs, Arkansas a hangout for an Posted by Mike.Flynn in Mike All Over - Travel Blog | Jan 24, 2012
  • Santiago Bellek ve Insan Haklari MuzesiO gun, 19 Ocak 2007'de Hrant Dink olduruldugunde Istanbul'da degildim. Hollanda is gezisini uzatip tatile cevirmistik, elim haberi bizden once donen Asli'dan aldim. Hrant Dink'i biliyordum ama yureginin guvercin tedirginliginden haberdar degildim. [hayat Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Jan 19, 2014
  • Honolulu to LaieI guess we slept okay. The noise from the airport or freeway was muted by the solid windows and the very loud fridge. White noise is good right? We did get an early wake up call thanks to the last Posted by Mari Anne in The Great Adventure 2013 | Dec 18, 2013
  • Luang Prabang…with a bang! After two days travelling down the Mekong from the Thai border we arrived in the UNESCO World Herritage City of Luang Prabang. We quickly fell in love. There was plenty to see, most of it packed into a compact walkable Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Dec 2, 2013
  • Paris, France, Part One So here is my latest entry for my Summer trip to Paris, solo for one week. I stayed at MIJE Faucounnier Hostel in a private room which was very nice, clean and comfortable. Very centrally loca Posted by KayleighTwyman in Kayleigh's Travel Reports | Nov 17, 2013
  • Paris, France 2013, Part Two Day Four: Tuesday 6th August 2013: So this morning I got an earlier start and left the hostel around 8:30am and headed to Gare De L'Est to get the train to Provins, a small, very scenic and picturesque town around 1 Posted by KayleighTwyman in Kayleigh's Travel Reports | Nov 17, 2013
  • Japan - Day 3 - Ghibili Museum and Park/ZooOur free day, we had the[[| Ghibli Museum]] reserved for noon, so we explored a bit more around the area of [[|Sensoji Temple]] which we had missed. We then made our way (on ou Posted by alopiparo in Ann and Tore's Japan Trip | Nov 5, 2013
  • A Delhi DecathlonIndia’s capital city New Delhi is a chaotic knock-your-socks off kinda place. It was for us like it is for many travellers – the first introduction to India. Were we overwhelmed? Of course! Were we charmed? Absolutely! But as we Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Oct 14, 2013
  • Discovering ObanAnother slow paced day today - there was not enough interest in a boat ride, so they weren't running any today and the weather wasn't forecast to be too good tomorrow, so they weren't running any tomorrow either, so foot Posted by debsonthemove in The Barron's big adventure | Oct 8, 2013
  • Visiting the Metropolitan Museum It’s too tempting, walking around looking at great stories: I cannot resist scratching something such as these few poems or notes into my brand new yet already battered notebook as my feet turn the corners in the Metropolitan Museum, rushing Posted by apersephone in The Sweet Bag of the Busy Bee | Oct 3, 2013
  • Friend Connection UKOver the last year or so we have witnessed unbelievable spiritual ceremonies, eaten strange and glorious things, travelled back in time, climbed mountains and got up close and personal with the wild and wonderful. But after a long time on Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Sep 17, 2013
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