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  • Crawfish, Ghosts, and FootballThere is a very real possibility that I'm allergic to oysters. But, like my coconut allergy, enjoying the food far outweighs the consequences. We've had a ridiculous amount of seafood on this trip, but the meal that stands Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 12, 2010
  • Baton Rouge to New Orleans the Long WayOn Thursday morning we woke up to a frosty surprise coating our car. It was a chilly 29F when we left our room and set out on the Great River Road. Even the locals seem surprised by the Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 10, 2010
  • A Winter in Baja Begins My first views of the Baja California peninsula was from about 14 miles out at sea. From there, it looked like a jagged, desert like environment, full of smallish coastal mountains leading down Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Dec 9, 2010
  • Continuing along the Gulf CoastFrom Panama City we headed up the coast through Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Gulf Breeze, and Pensacola. From there we said goodbye to Florida and entered Alabama. We got off the highway in Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 8, 2010
  • You Are Now Entering the Wonderful World of ManateesYesterday began with a stop in Siesta Key, where the ridiculously white sand squeaks beneath your feet. The sand is apparently 99% pure quartz and I've never felt anything quite like it. This was also our first glimpse Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 6, 2010
  • Goodbye Party Central. Hello Amish Country.We never actually went clubbing in Miami. After wandering around the Art Deco District at night we quickly realized it really wasn't for us. Instead we went to a giant art installation that had a DJ, a couple Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 4, 2010
  • Miami: High Rise Hotels and Stilt Houses We arrived in Miami yesterday and headed straight to the Art Deco district (we wanted to go to the hotel first, but we made a wrong turn and ended up in the main tourist district instead). It Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 3, 2010
  • Welcome to FloridaAs expected, I couldn't sleep on the plane. But the free WiFi on the plane and the pint of beer I had in the terminal made it tolerable. Not to mention the epic storm we flew over somewhere Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Dec 1, 2010
  • Last Post From The Left CoastAll our bags are packed and we've officially checked in for our flight online, so I guess that means our trip has started. Now comes to anxious process of waiting for our flight. It's set to leave at Posted by slugtrek in Road Trip 2010 | Nov 29, 2010
  • Kass, Satara There are some places in Maharashtra, where you will feel blessed. One such place is Kaas Plateau, Satara. This "Out of the worl Posted by yatinrane in Dolf | Nov 29, 2010
  • Positioning: Crusing From Portland to San Francisco We crossed over the Columbia River Bar at about 2 am Saturday morning. I got up for the crossing, as I was very interested in being a part of crossing one of the more dangerous stretches of wate Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 17, 2010
  • The Best of Astoria I’ve been spending time in the small coastal town of Astoria, Oregon lately. Astoria has some charms, beyond being famous for the home of “The Goonies.” First, some historical facts. Astoria sta Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 13, 2010
  • Bali Travelled to Bali... arrived Denpasar (Indonesia) from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), then travelled to/through; Denpasar, Ubud, Amed (Bali) a Posted by joffre in Itinerant Traveller | Nov 10, 2010
  • Returning To Palouse FallsReturning to Palouse Falls was one of the better decisions I’ve made lately. To make it happen, I had to stay awake for what turned out to be 23 hours straight. I’ve been adapting well to long hours and little Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 8, 2010
  • NightsI’m working the graveyard shift right now, from 7 pm to 7 am. I’ve never worked night shift before, and I was curious to see how I would function trying something completely different. So far, I’ve found that I can Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 2, 2010
  • Two Hours In PortlandI had a couple of hours on my hands while this morning, and I thought I would take advantage by going ashore to go for a mini -exploration of the city of Portland, Oregon. To fully explore a dynamic multi-layered Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 25, 2010
  • Photos in Friedrichstraßelast night we saw the World Press Photo 2010 exhibition in the Friedrichstraße Bahnhof: some really stunning, often disturbing pictures. this is their chosen top photo of the year: [[ Posted by ctamler in Wenn schon, denn schon | Oct 23, 2010
  • 17 Brilliant Photos Featuring Orange ( 1. Gecko silhouetted against a mosaic lamp. Photo by[ Posted by dr.pepper in The Travellerspoint Blog | Oct 21, 2010
  • The Life of a Leaf The leaf, long before it fell, was a bud, a lush green protuberance on a maple tree. A pleasant life; swaying in the breeze, warm in the summer sun, a good view. Then came late September and e Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 18, 2010
  • Madrid!We made it! I can't believe that it's been 24 hours since we left New York, but we are back in our hotel after our first day in Madrid. Getting here took longer than we expected. We were delayed getting Posted by csheer in The Other Way | Oct 5, 2010
  • Evenings on Eagle River BeachWhat I like most about the sculptures that wind and water create, is how temporary they are. Viewing the masterpieces that these simple earth elements produce can be as moving as appreciating any form of beautiful fine art put out Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 24, 2010
  • CambridgeI went to Cambridge. Cambridge is the site of the famous and old University of Cambridge. Spent a day and a half there, and frankly feel no smarter for it. Perhaps you actually have to attend the Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Sep 8, 2010
  • On American Food and Self Guided ToursThe question I am asked the most by those visiting the United States for the first time is, “What is the best example of American food?” This is a very tough question to answer. All Americans, even Native Americans (who Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 2, 2010
  • Documenting it..Well, obviously the world at large will be privy to details of my escapades through this site. But somehow that did not seem enough. They say a picture is equal to a thousand words and so, with a view to Posted by pchaddha in Can I have 365 days off? | Sep 1, 2010
  • Afternoons at the San Diego ZooI was surprised to find that all my preconceptions of San Diego were completely wrong. When I think of a place I’ve never been to before and have heard stories about, I start to form mental images of the place. Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Aug 29, 2010
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