Blog Entries tagged 'river'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'river'
- Malaysia: MelakaWe had one night's stay in a hotel near to KL airport after arriving back from Borneo. The hotel is called YOUniq (clever I know) and we were in the female dorm. Unusually (and brilliantly) the dorm was empty so Posted by advensha in Advensha | May 25, 2016
- Spectacular Shanghai!Start of our sight seeing adventures and after a sleep in, hotel buffet breakfast and got some money we got picked up by Jen's work colleague, Huiliang. Not quite sure what to expect, he took us to the Bund side Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | May 17, 2016
- Day 2 Paris – Up the Eiffel TowerWith the sun up and the sky looking boring, I headed back across the river, and saw the lines for the tower were quite short. I decided I would wait and go up! I got the pass to Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Apr 30, 2016
- Day 2 Paris – Sunrise at the Trocadéro / Palais de ChaillotI had seen people across the other side of the river, and decided it would be a great place to watch the sun come up over the horizon, and I was NOT disappointed! Fabulous idea. I was able Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Apr 30, 2016
- Day 2 Paris – Europe 2013 HolidayThis morning I got up early and watched the sunrise come up behind the Eiffel Tower.
The average temperature was 5 Degrees C (40F). Here is a map of where I walked.
I did most of the green and part of Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Apr 29, 2016
- Adelaide on the TorrensAs a new comer to Adelaide I wasn't sure what to expect. We are staying on North Terrace which is a block from the River Torrens and very close to the middle of the CBD. Adelaide is not a big Posted by rca3561 in Vic & Rod - South Australian Travels | Apr 11, 2016
- Day 1 Paris – 4th Arrondissement (Part 1 of 1)Leaving Notre-Dame I headed back across the river over the Pont d'Arcole towards the Hôtel de Ville, and the façade was lit up.
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/812845/Hote Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Mar 27, 2016
- Day 1 Paris – Île de la Cité (Part 4 of 4)As I continued through the streets of Île de la Cité I came to Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. I had seen photos of this church online, but I felt I had to check it out for myself.
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- I do windowsUp at the crack of dawn, breakfast and hit the road! With spots like God's Window, Blythe River Canyon and Bourke's Luck Potholes, it's not called Paradise Country for nothing! The entire panoramic route is just that....one beautiful Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Mar 27, 2016
- Day 1 Paris – 1st Arrondissement (Part 3 of 4)I left the Louvre courtyard and headed towards the Seine. Here I saw the Musée d'Orsay again, with the Eiffel Tower in the background.
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/81284 Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Mar 24, 2016
- Lashes to die for
After a thorough drenching the previous afternoon, I had high expectations for a fresh, green day in Chitwan. It began with a cool, early morning walk along the Rapti River, which forms Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 22, 2016
- Pha Taem National ParkTraffic was pretty light this morning around eight. Filling the bike us with fuel cost us a whopping 60 baht ($2) so we could understand the appeal of driving these vehicles. We followed the main road/highway that we'd come in Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Mar 8, 2016
- The Magic of MajuliForty five minutes prior to the trip, we finally decided that the trip was on…half an hour prior to the trip, we had not even started packing! We hurriedly bundled our bare essentials and threw them into our bags. Posted by Aditya_ in The land of chaotic serenity | Mar 6, 2016
- Walyunga National Park[center][/center]
===Location / Access===
* [[http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/walyunga|Walyunga National Park]] is located about one hour north of Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Jan 24, 2016
- Congo- A Traveler's review of its Brutal and Bloody History
Growing up reading Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan,the mysteries of Africa have always played in my mind and fantasies. Growing up in India, tales about fabulous Indian king Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Jan 23, 2016
- Congo- A Traveler's review of its Brutal and Bloody History
Growing up reading Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan, the mysteries of Africa has always played on my mind and fantasies. Growing up in India, tales about fabulous Indian king Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Jan 23, 2016
- Shanghai, China [center][/center]
Shanghai Pudong Airport - Hello China!! We arrived 22 Sept 2015 at 4 pm.
Since I woke up at 430 am in Calgary on Monday morning, Sept 21, and went to bed at 1030 Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 26, 2015
- Yichang, Hubei, China[center][/center]
YICHANG is the gateway to the Three Gorges. The Three Gorges Dam, completed in 2012, is the largest hydro power plant I Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Jan 30, 2017
- The Wet Tropics
We had arranged to do a twilight tour on the Daintree River and wanted to use the rest of the day to explore the rainforest from our accommodation southwards towards the river. Daylig Posted by Gill's Travels in Round the World in 140 days | Sep 25, 2015
- A Town That's AliceAlthough our bunks were comfortable enough, neither of us slept particularly soundly. In part this was due in part to the fact that at times the train would stop for quite a while and when it did you found yourself Posted by Gill's Travels in Round the World in 140 days | Aug 14, 2015
- An Encounter with the Wildlife of the Northern TerritoriesToday we were off to the Litchfield National Park with a company called Walleroo Tours. The tone of the trip was set before we left our apartment as one of the things we were asked to bring with us was Posted by Gill's Travels in Round the World in 140 days | Aug 13, 2015
- Goodbye Australia[center][/center]
There were tears - more than I expected - as I said goodbye to the place I have called home for the last year.
'Straya has been a real mix of tricks - each location h Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Aug 3, 2015
- Lane Poole Reserve (1)With a long weekend approaching... Nil other commitments for myself and kids... (No such luck for Hubby unfortunately. He had to work the Monday public holiday)... And no real rain predicted... the constant, slowly smoldering thought Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Jun 15, 2015
- Along The Mekong RiverAcross the Great Mekong River
This was the most amazing experience i had during my visit to Cambodia and Vietnam .The great river is the seventh largest in Asia and covers Cambodia, Vitnam , Laos , Mynamar . It forms the Posted by Anuj Tikku in Tikku's Travelthon | Jun 13, 2015
- Sin Free HaridwarReligious hubs such as Hardwar should be on the must-see list of foreign tourists who want to experience the “real” India. Crowds of devotees streaming to the ghats are hypnotic. The single-minded quest to wash away one’s sins by taking Posted by Anuj Tikku in Tikku's Travelthon | Jun 13, 2015