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- THE DADES VALLEY
How does one write when there are no adjectives left? I don’t want to be boring or repetitious or to be perceived as being full of shit when I keep saying that each day is as good or Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Apr 12, 2017
- My adventure!Hi all,
I am a ski instructor who loves to travel. Born in Tasmania and having to hike most parts of my beautiful state, I thought it was time to explore the world and start my own adventure else where.
I Posted by travelwithalex in my last 6 months in canada | Apr 12, 2017
- WELCOMED BY LOCALS
The internet is terrible here in the Dades Valley where we are spending the night so this will be short.
We have had the most excellent day. We began by wandering down to the riv Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Apr 11, 2017
- My experience in UkraineGoing to Ukraine, a tourist needs to know the following:
Numerous frightening stories about military operations and dangers of visiting the capital are all far from being true. Yes, there is a crisis in the east of the country, but people Posted by Marcus170710 in Countries I've visited | Apr 10, 2017
- Amsterdam 2016A Perfect City
Narrow cobblestone streets above wide canals, red-cheeked children in bicycle baskets, "coffee" shops, fantastic museums, cheese to die for. I don't have to add tulips and a red light district, do I? You know I'm talking about Amsterdam. Posted by Marcus170710 in Countries I've visited | Apr 10, 2017
- City of lakes===Udaipur===
Udaipur was the southernmost point we visited in Rajasthan on this trip – after this we would turn north again towa Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 27, 2015
- Exploring Sauraha by BikeWe had decided to get up and go out early to hire bikes to try and get to the Elephant Breeding Centre by 10 before the elephants left to graze in the nearby forest. We hired our bikes in the Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Apr 5, 2017
- The Story of Sohni Mahiwal – A tragic love storySohni Mahiwal is one of the four popular tragic romances of the Punjab and Sindh, the other three are Heer Ranjha, Mirza Sahiba and Sassi Punnun.
Sohni was the daughter of a potte Posted by anuj1975 in The Beautiful India.... | Apr 4, 2017
- A stay in a hunting lodge[center][/center]
In the seventeenth century Jodhpur’s royal family built a hunting lodge on the edge of Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 25, 2015
- Bus system in KyotoSo we arrived at the local train station in Kyoto and asked the JR clerk if there is a cheap ticket to get around. Obviously he only knew about JR rail prices and said yes, but they are very expensive, Posted by Toni_goes_Japan in Toni goes Japan | Apr 2, 2017
- My weekend in Osaka area (Kyoto, Himeji, ...)Upcoming there will be posts about my weekend in the Area of Osaka / Kyoto. In preparation to write this in a structured way, I first pre- wrote everything in bullet points - let's just say, the day was long! Posted by Toni_goes_Japan in Toni goes Japan | Apr 2, 2017
- A few hours in the Blue City
The blue houses of Jodhpur, seen from Mehrangarh Fort
On the edge of the Thar Desert lies Rajasthan’s second city, Jodhpur. Often known as the Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 25, 2015
- Tales of life and death in JaisalmerBefore and after our visit to the fort we wandered the streets of the old city of Jaisalmer, with its honey-coloured havelis with ornately carved sandstone windows. Beyond we found eerily atmospheric cenotaphs, and beyond that the desert …
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- The golden city and its fort===A morning in (and around) Jaisalmer Fort===
Jaisalmer Fort from Gadisar Lake
Deep in the Thar Desert in the far west of Rajasthan is a golden city. A fairy tale Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 23, 2015
- Of cranes and camels ===The road to Jaisalmer===
[float=right][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/871113/Khimsar_35_Hotel_K_Fort.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/871113/th Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 22, 2015
- Into the Thar Desert===Onwards to Khimsar===
Leaving Jaipur we headed west, deep into Rajasthan. Now we were truly in the desert state. The first part of the jour Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 21, 2015
- Be Still, My Daughters' Heart Dearest Daughter,
You'll never know how much I love you.
Since the day I first knew you existed, I loved you. I carried you in my womb for 8 months and when I finally got to hold you in my Posted by GingerFerrer in Gingers' Corner | Sep 30, 2016
- Hilltop citadel===The Amber Fort===
Amber Fort from Maota Lake
This is what a fort should look like, perhaps – high on a hill, dominating the surrounding coun Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 20, 2015
- Bumpy Bus To ChitwanWe were up by 6 and packed up ready for our taxi at 6.30. It was only a few minutes to the dusty bus station where we made a one legged beggar's day by giving him our packed breakfasts, he Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Mar 24, 2017
- Temple TourWe had arranged a driver for the day to take us to three of the biggest temples around Kathmandu, the monkey temple Swayambhunath, the Hindu cremation temple Pashupatinath and the Tibetan Buddhist temple Boudhanath. He arrived on time at 9.30 Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Mar 21, 2017
- Getting to Know VigoFirst Day in Vigo
After we have checked in our hotel it was time to get a bite to eat and then to explore the city so we could get to know a bit about Vig Posted by Galaxy31 in The Gateway to the Atalntic | Mar 20, 2017
- Manic traffic, atrocious pollution, endlessly captivating
By any measure Delhi is an assault on the senses. The sound of car horns and auto-rickshaw bells fill the air; these vehicles weave endlessly in a mani Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 17, 2015
- Random informationSo I realized: As soon as I arrive home, my body is tired and just wants to relax.
Not a good thing if you actually want to do something! So, I decided to go to a nice coffee place close Posted by Toni_goes_Japan in Toni goes Japan | Mar 16, 2017
- The Streets of KathmanduAfter an interrupted night we were down for breakfast around 8 having survived the previous nights dinner! It was basic but perfectly fine . We then set off through the dusty Thame streets towards Durbar Square with all its temples Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Mar 15, 2017
'Travel is like knowledge. The more you see, the more you know you haven't seen - Mark Hertsgaard'
February 2017 saw us take a trip to Nepal, it was a bit spur of the moment initially we were considering 2 weeks Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Mar 15, 2017