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  • Trutnov, Czech RepublicAt last, as we made our way through the Czech Republic, we started to find bends in the road. The landscape became increasingly hilly as we entered the Carpathian mountain range that stretches in a great arc into Poland, Slovakia, Posted by Mick G in The Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains | Jul 4, 2013
  • Soul Wide OpenThere comes a point in life when you are at crossroads and you wait for at least a minute or two and think which way you should go. Left or right. The left might be right or maybe wrong so Posted by incommunicado in Conversations & Confessions Chronicles | Jul 3, 2013
  • Soul Wide OpenThere comes a point in life when you are at crossroads and you wait for at least a minute or two and think which way you should go. Left or right. The left might be right or maybe wrong so Posted by incommunicado in HOP...SKIP...& BUMP! | Jul 3, 2013
  • Into the Czech Republic and the Carpathian MountainsDon't you think the Euro is really useful ? You can travel vast areas of Europe and know that the unleaded petrol in Holland is expensive, compared with Germany. You know instantly that the coffee and cakes you bought in Posted by Mick G in The Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains | Jul 3, 2013
  • Carl Hans Lody and Immo HopmanI doubt if anyone has heard of these two people,but their story is nonetheless remarkable and worth telling. While wandering around Lubeck I came across this plaque on the city wall: Carl Posted by Mick G in The Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains | Jul 1, 2013
  • Thaton to Chiang RaiOn the return trip to Tathon, we happened to be accompanied by a Russian, Jewish couple who emigrated to Australia some 18 years ago. This was their first real trip abroad, after being encouraged to hit the road Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Jun 26, 2013
  • Day 4/5: South Africa, What's Happenin'I am here, and I am exhausted, but today has been a great day. My flight from Johannesburg to Durban was uneventful, besides almost missing my flight due to insane lineups, and having to pay a lot of extra money Posted by haclabAlysse in See Alysse Travel | Jun 26, 2013
  • Who Am I?It has been a month since I arrived in Nanjing. During this one month, one of the most common questions I get from people is, “So, exactly where are you from?” Let me first offer a brief self-introduction. I was born Posted by AndyXia in Life in Nanjing, China | Jun 26, 2013
  • Lubeck Initially we were disappointed with Lubeck. We arrived mid afternoon and took a walk into the old city,perhaps expecting it to be like Bruges. Instead we found a modern shopping centre complete with modern shoppers not unlike Northumberland Street on Posted by Mick G in The Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains | Jun 23, 2013
  • To Lubeck and the Baltic==Reflections on Bruges== A boring rainy 280 mile motorway journey for an overnight stay near Osnabruck on the way to Lubeck. At least it gave April and I some time to reflect on why we had enjoyed Bruges. April and I both Posted by Mick G in The Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains | Jun 21, 2013
  • Culture ShockI have passed my 6-month-milestone in my life in China now, and want to reflect on my own progress in adapting to life here as well as other foreigners who have lived here longer than I have. The process of Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Jun 18, 2013
  • A Peaceful Land on EarthFrom Goreme to Pamukkale, August 30th - 31st 2012 Turkey's crime rate remains lower than most of Europe and North America, ... says [[http://www.roughguides.com/shop/rough-guide-turkey/book/|The Rough Guide to Turkey]]. [i]... female travellers Posted by automidori in A Thread of Silk | Jun 17, 2013
  • A musical journeyAlong with nature, people, language and food, music is for me one of the best aspects of travelling. As the French saying goes, "la musique adoucit les moeurs" (~it makes people better) and as far as my experience goes, it Posted by clemhadd in "Only real when shared" | May 19, 2013
  • Book Break #1I did select a title for this blog of "A Bibliophile Abroad." The name hit me, and I thought it incredibly appropriate for myself. So far, I haven't been referencing it though. I suppose my retelling of "Lost Horizon" and having Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | May 19, 2013
  • Falling out of travel mode and back into society‘Endless infinity’, ‘brain fizzing’, ‘liberating’, ‘trapping’, ‘overloaded’, ‘distracted’, ‘overstimulated’… were just some of the words filtering into my ear while wondering across Blackfriars bridge, listening to the last episode of Radio 4’s [[http://w Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | May 18, 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
  • 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
  • The Island of New Providence Our cruise, the Royal Caribbean We arrived in Bahamas at last! The cruise is amazing, all we are doing is basically enjoy the cruise we took, the [[http://www.royalcaribbean.com/findacru Posted by ZK_15 in My Dream Trip around the World | Apr 28, 2013
  • Book Five: Return to Southeast Asia and ChinaTO ALL MY NEW TRAVEL AND OLD FRIENDS: HERE STARTS THE BLOG OF MY LAST TRAVEL ADVENTURE THIS PAST FEB TO APRIL 2013. WE ARE NOW HOME. After the long flight, Hong Kong still felt vaguely familiar after Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 12, 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
  • Before heading East[center][/center] ==Mongolia== Driving across the rigors of remote territory and along paths that have rarely seen any person pass by in the last year, makes you wonder why Posted by TeamScrumptious in Mongolia 2014 (chasing the dream) | Apr 26, 2013
  • Winding downThings have been a little less frenetic over the past couple of days but no less special despite this. I can't report on a huge number of tourist sites - although we had a special visit on Friday morning of Posted by dawnandhugh in Our Moveable Feast | Apr 21, 2013
  • Des pieds et des mains “Faire des pieds et des mains” – literally “to do feet and hands”, this French idiomatic sentence could be translated by “to move heaven and earth”. Some of the Israeli readers will Posted by clemhadd in "Only real when shared" | Apr 18, 2013
  • Private investigationsHere’s another lesson I learned in India: privacy is a VERY relative concept. For instance, I still remember when, on the way to Ladakh, i had to stop to register as a tourist. So there I was sitting at a Posted by clemhadd in "Only real when shared" | Jan 27, 2013
  • The StareOn July 2012, 30th, at 2 a.m., I landed in Indira Gandhi International Airport. India being among the top destinations for Israelis, countless friends and acquaintances had warned and lectured me over and over again as to what to expect Posted by clemhadd in "Only real when shared" | Dec 18, 2012
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