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  • Eating Habits of Whales and BearsI’m wrapping up my last week here in Alaska until September. Yep, it’s time for a month off, and let me tell you I’m quite excited about my vacation. Before I go, it seems like Alaska is giving me a Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Aug 6, 2011
  • 10 Photos to Spark Your Sense of AdventureEvery two months, Travellerspoint holds a photo competition for our members. The photos below are the best photos from the [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/guide/About:Photo_Competitions/Adventure/|Adventure Photo Competition]]. [url=http://www.travell Posted by katekendall in The Travellerspoint Blog | Jul 31, 2011
  • Puffin Flight, Jelly Fish and Unbeatable MorningsKayaking with Jelly Fish I was sitting on the far side of an island I don’t remember the name of anymore. It’s not important to this story, and perhaps the only important part of this story consists of three elements: Whales Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jul 28, 2011
  • Andy's Book is Out in Print!===Andy has put together an absolutely beautiful photography book, called "Southern Exposures". It highlights our family volunteer experience in Ecuador and Peru and is an excellent companion to my upcoming book: "An Egg and A Cigarette: Tales of a Posted by farmgirl in Dunnings en España | Jul 22, 2011
  • Talking Travel with Inspiring Travellers (JohnAndrea)In July's Talking Travel we chat to Andrea and John Spirov of [[http://inspiringtravellers.com/|InspiringTravellers.com]] ([[http://www.travellerspoint.com/member_profile.cfm?user=johnandrea|JohnAndrea]]), a self-described "couple of nomadic thirtysomethi Posted by katekendall in The Travellerspoint Blog | Jul 21, 2011
  • Crazy Farmers Day Market in Ronneby, Sweden I recently visited a lovely market called Tosia Bonnadan - Crazy Farmers Day in my neighbour town Ronneby in Sweden. Ronneby is about 30 kilometres f Posted by ropcorn in My life in Sweden | Jul 19, 2011
  • An Alaskan Visual FeastFor this week's entry, I'm going to let the scenery do the talking. Alaska is an amazingly wild place, that I've been fortunate enough to explore with my eyes and camera. Here are a few of my favorite shots of Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jul 18, 2011
  • A young girl in an old town: A lesson in History“Welcome to Vigan!”the strange man on the front seat announced around four in the morning as the engine halted in a dark square. I'd never been to this place before but my body felt all too familiar, almost weird, to Posted by yaglulinghayaw in The Dreaming Traveler | Jul 12, 2011
  • Views from the highest point in Karlskrona, Sweden I had an afternoon at buffet Cafe Utkiken in Karlskrona, Sweden. This cafe is located at the highest point in Karlskrona, Bryggareberget. So I shot a ton of photos of the views of K Posted by ropcorn in My life in Sweden | Jul 11, 2011
  • A Day Off In Gustavus, AlaskaI had spent the last few hours running around the ship wondering why we were sailing at full speed with our “not under command” lights up. I was also wondering why I was the only one working the night shift Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jul 9, 2011
  • Highlights Of An Alaskan SummerThis past week I’ve spent some time exploring the greater Alaskan landscapes by zodiac and by foot. I enjoyed getting out, and the weather has been fantastic. There hasn’t been much rain, and there has been good lighting, and phenomenal Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jun 30, 2011
  • PicturesAbout the previous poetry: This set was primarily influenced by simplistic experiences that I had throughout the trip, that shaped my mindset towards various broader issues. 'Elegy' 's central ideas were taken from occurrences at both the Dwarkadeesh Temp Posted by ankitdamani in The Faith Factory | Jun 21, 2011
  • Glacier Blue The berg emerged out of the thick fog glowing dull blue against the heavy, low cloud cover. At this distance, I could see that it was HUGE. As we drew closer, the vivid blue of deep glacier ice Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jun 20, 2011
  • Heading Back to Mexico!Ok, I just pulled the trigger and purchased a ticket. It's ON! Set up a new blog for this trip here: [[http://www.kaleidoscopeofcolor.com/mexico-2011-pt2/]] Posted by skiphunt in Skip Hunt Vagabond | Jun 19, 2011
  • Southeast Alaska in JuneAN ALASKAN WELCOME The Alaskan Inside Passage Welcoming Committee consisted of several pods of actively feeding humpback whales. In fact, we were surrounded by them. I counted ten, in three different pods. Humpbacks migrate to Alaska in the summer Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jun 18, 2011
  • Forgotten CemeteriesAmerica isn’t an old country. That being said, America does have a lot of history packed into a short two hundred thirty five years. I was thinking about this today as I walked through an old cemetery near the grounds Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jun 8, 2011
  • 15 Amazing Pink-Themed Photos (http://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/stream/photoID/1294213/) 1. Photo Competition Winner: Angkor Wat Sunrise, [[Cambodia]]. Photo by [url=http://www.travellerspoint.com/member_profil Posted by katekendall in The Travellerspoint Blog | May 21, 2011
  • Sailing the West Coast: La Paz, Mexico to San Diego, CAI’m forty miles out to sea, heading north along the west coast of the Baja Peninsula. It’s a bit snuffy out here. There are 4 to 6 foot waves hitting off of our port bow, gives us a long diagonal Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Apr 21, 2011
  • Landscapes and Seascapes of Baja MexicoThere is a timeless quality to the landscapes of the southern Baja Peninsula. I feel as though if I visited these same vistas five hundred years ago to compare, nothing would have changed. They are timeless. The peninsula is perhaps Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Apr 16, 2011
  • The Best of a Mexican March: Part 1 With only just over a week left here in Mexico, I feel a bit overwhelmed thinking about all the writing and photography I’d like to share about this remarkable peninsula. The problem lies in the fact that I want to Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Apr 9, 2011
  • In The Company of Birds and BeesFar back in a desert arroyo, in the depths of a narrow slot canyon, there is an oasis that belongs to the birds and the bees. This place is very near where rain water begins its brief journey Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Apr 8, 2011
  • Paris!Bonjour! Paris is the world's most visited city with 45 million tourists visiting per year, It is famous for romance, food and beautiful buildings! Our first activity in Paris was a one hour scenic cruise along the Seine River, This was our chance t Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 4, 2011
  • On Deserted BeachesUtah By The Sea I was leaning on a rail on the stern of the ship looking at our destination with mix of excitement and fatigue. I had been up for 17 hours, having worked the night shift, Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Mar 27, 2011
  • Whimsical White: Photos from Around the Globe (http://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/stream/photoID/1212300/) 1. Water fountain in a park in [[Christchurch]], [[NZ]]. Photo by [url=http://www.travellerspoint.com/member_profile.cfm? Posted by katekendall in The Travellerspoint Blog | Mar 21, 2011
  • Village life through a lens[b]As you can probably tell by now I have a bit of an interest in Photography. I wouldn’t call it a passion, as of yet. I don’t have enough time at the moment to upgrade it to a passion, although Posted by Al Jam in Insert Life Here | Mar 18, 2011
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