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  • Palau Pangkor, MalaysiaFollowing Malacca we took a bus back to KL and then on to Lumut, where we caught the ferry to Palau Pangkor, a small island on the Straights of Malacca. We stayed at the Anjungan Resort, the most expensive Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 30, 2013
  • Hello Palma!!! So Palma de Mallorca.... It absolutely one of my favorite places yet on this planet. Having travelled the world for the past 8 years, I made my way to Palma early last year, and not having any expectations of Posted by Petrena in A winter in Palma:) | Dec 28, 2013
  • Hoi AnWe have spent a few days in this charming, though commercial city. For hundreds of years it was a major port, but eventually the river leading to the nearby sea filled with silt, and so the boat Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 17, 2013
  • The Secret of My Success[center][[http://jonathonengels.weebly.com|]][/center] First, as is the protocol with my new blog theme, let me establish my Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Dec 13, 2013
  • Spaces in Time[center][[http://jonathonengels.weebly.com|]][/center] I’m getting older. Not old, but older. Generally, when I’m in a hostel, un Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Dec 4, 2013
  • BangkokHi I will be travelling to bangkok single,i am from bangalore,since i hv been las time i hv seen ocean of thing for enjoying last time i went for 2 days , now i hv booked for 5 days,looking Posted by dev bangalore in bangkok | Nov 29, 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 Bitten By The Travel Bug | Nov 17, 2013
  • Trekking in Annapurna AreaSome photos from our four day trek in the Annapurna Conservation Area, with Trekking Team, Nepal. Www.trekkingteam.com who were brilliant. Many thanks to our guide Bikram and porter Udzel. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/287551/large_90_E9C3DDC022 Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Nov 16, 2013
  • Kathmandu to Border with TibetWhy do people have 'bucket lists' or 'life lists' as the more positive amongst us prefer to call them! And why do Buddhists believe all life is suffering? I was reflecting on this - or at least i would have Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Nov 16, 2013
  • The start of Chang MaiYesterday we visited the floating markets. We had woken up at around 4 am and couldn't sleep, so we laid in bed watching catfish before getting up. It had been raining all nigh and did not show any sign of Posted by Kirstyonwroot in England to South East Asia | Nov 9, 2013
  • Pokhara to KhatmanduHaving arrived in Pokhara safe and sound we now had two days to explore the place. It's a favourite destination for tourists, Trekkers ,para gliders and in our case motorcyclists. Imagine a mixture of sixties hippy, "adventure " blue Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Nov 8, 2013
  • The first couple of daysWe arrived in Bangkok airport yesterday evening after two long flights. We went as directed to fill out forms for visas, one of which was missing and we were misled by some very grumpy Thai workers. Basically, all Thai people Posted by Kirstyonwroot in England to South East Asia | Nov 7, 2013
  • All work and no PlayAt the Language Centre where I work, we Teach mostly Adults, ranging from University students through to Business People. We also Teach English to the Elite Families in the City who can afford to send their Children for private English Tuition. Posted by Chinathoughts in Education | Nov 4, 2013
  • Pashupatinath, KathmanduReligions are everywhere in Kathmandu and Nepal. Hinduism , Buddhism, Christianity,Islam and every other religion you can name, can probably be found somewhere in Kathmandu. However, central to most is Hinduism. Temple's are everywhere, and shrines are Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Nov 2, 2013
  • Danang, Vietnam My kye Beach We arrived in Danang by train, which would have been a beautiful ride along the mountainous coastline, were it not for the rain. It was also raining here as well, and fairly dismal in this seaside resort Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Nov 1, 2013
  • China!So I got my dates mixed up and thought we had a few more days left in Tokyo. Our host at our guest house, Fenny, (another airbnb pick!) reminded us when we got back at around 8 pm Posted by Octobrianna in Can We Cope Man? | Oct 29, 2013
  • KathmanduKathmandu is one of those cities that quite literally, takes your breath away. Every aspect of life,as well as death,is contained within this relatively small city. With 1.7 million people living here, it is by far the biggest concentration of Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Oct 27, 2013
  • Flight to KathmanduIn the sixties and seventies Kathmandu was a popular destination for the Hippies in search of free love and drugs (and not necessarily in that order). The overland trail led through Europe, Turkey, to India before ending at the drugs Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Oct 25, 2013
  • Trip to Philippines 2013. Part 2[[http://planespotter1.jimdo.com/|Cobra Spotter & travel club]] 22.10.2013 Woke up around 6 in the morning today of traffic noise. See on the news that it will be rain in Manila the coming days. It's soon time to check out of the hotel and tak Posted by Odd-Arne in My travels around the world | Oct 23, 2013
  • Stop spreading rumours...!This will probably be my last entry for Oman...because honestly how much can one write about a place they are no longer visiting..? I left Oman about a week ago, but still have a few things left to post about Posted by KateCastle in Muscat, Oman | Oct 9, 2013
  • Fēilǜbīn (The Philippines)China's National Holiday is a 7-day public holiday in the first week of October. 7 days off for the whole country. 7 days. We were discussing what to do with this gift of time and I was asking the advice Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Oct 8, 2013
  • Horse riding and the sacred valley ...horse riding. So we got saddled up on our horses with our guide. Mine was a grey and black girl named Sapphire who was used to following the leader, so whenever Brad or Victor's horses came close she would turn Posted by Kirstyonwroot in Peruvian adventure! | Oct 4, 2013
  • A confused Viper! Its been a while that I spoke to my Wolverine. We both are Aquarians. But my Wolverine man is much more mature and level headed than me. He knows where to draw the line. Unlike the Viper... who does not know Posted by incommunicado in HOP...SKIP...& BUMP! | Oct 2, 2013
  • A confused Viper!Its been a while that I spoke to my Wolverine. We both are Aquarians. But my Wolverine man is much more mature and level headed than me. He knows where to draw the line. Unlike the Viper... who does not know Posted by incommunicado in Conversations & Confessions Chronicles | Oct 2, 2013
  • Peru – East and West of the AndesHaving never been to South America before it took a while before deciding that Peru would be our destination. Ultimately, it became a straight choice between the land of the Incas and Argentina but a closer look revealed that the Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Sep 29, 2013
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