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  • Chile – Santiago This first visit to Santiago was supposed to be a quick airport stop on our way to Easter Island. Plane schedules didn’t agree and so we had two nights in Chile’s capital city. This is Posted by dbgomes in There and Back... And There Again | Sep 1, 2011
  • Brazil – Rio (City & Beaches) After a couple of really good days we booked onto a full day city tour. They always end up being a hassle free way to get around to the main sites. We got the hotel reception to Posted by dbgomes in There and Back... And There Again | Aug 26, 2011
  • Brazil – Rio (Beaches and Favelas)It took us a couple of days to realise, but Rio is freaking awesome!!!! This is some of what we read in the lonely planet before we got to Rio: ‘There’s no sugarcoating it, Rio sees Posted by dbgomes in There and Back... And There Again | Aug 21, 2011
  • Madrid - ExpensesWe are listing down expenses for each place we go primarily because we used a couple of blogs which did the same as our principle source for budgeting for our trip. Hopefully someone else will get as much use from Posted by dbgomes in There and Back... And There Again | Aug 21, 2011
  • Hola EspanaWell since the last update some of you may not be aware of the big bit of news for Tanya and I. It was our 10 year anniversary of meeting on the 11th August, so we wanted to mark that Posted by dbgomes in There and Back... And There Again | Aug 17, 2011
  • What would you do with an extra 9 seconds?Nine seconds. That is the difference between receiving or buying a funny novelty shirt from [[http://store.theonion.com/category/mens-tees-hoodies,4/|The Onion]]. Last summer I started taking triathlons a bit more seriously. I bought a new triathlo Posted by TulsaTrot in Globetrotting Around the World | May 7, 2011
  • Less than 100 days to go!Our round the world trip is now less than 100 days away. The flights have been booked but there's still so much to do. I'm not sure we'll get everything done before we leave because Lauren is working so hard Posted by MrBeet in The Beet goes on | Apr 27, 2011
  • Monk Chat in Myanmar [i]“Why do you like to travel?” the monk asked, innocently enough. His question was a loaded one as the reality for most Burmese people is that they will never set foot outside Myanmar’s bord Posted by Lis.L in Let's Go Get Lost | Mar 28, 2011
  • Should chicken callers really do techno musicMy crazy trip to [[http://tulsatrot.travellerspoint.com/63/]]Central America with 24 students was followed by something completely different, a family trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina. Posted by TulsaTrot in Globetrotting Around the World | Jan 5, 2011
  • SaigonSo like I said we arrived in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) with no hassle got dropped off in the main district, three I think? I never worked it out but I'm going with district three and without any issues Posted by Nick.t in Round the World | Nov 3, 2010
  • crazy-funny-weird..just thought of blogging these crazy things i've experienced.. after higschool, sa manila na ako kagad nag stay. siguro mga 6 na akong lipat ng dorm-apartment-condo-room. sa 8 years kong palipat lipat, lahat na ng klaseng roomate, nakasalimuho ko na Posted by c.pinas in travel-gala-lamyerda-tour | Oct 22, 2010
  • Mui NeWe pulled up outside a hotel in the afternoon and went in to see if they had any rooms available, they didn’t, we weren’t too bothered as we had passed loads of hotels, guesthouses and resorts on the drive down Posted by Nick.t in Round the World | Oct 4, 2010
  • Kiwi Campervaning Part 2!!4th July 2010 – Waking up to thick fog surrounding the van, we had no choice but to wait it out until the visibility improved. Posted by siandrach in SI & RACH'S WORLD ADVENTURE | Sep 24, 2010
  • Nha TrangNone of us really new much about Nha Trang apart from what I had seen on Top Gear and that it had great beaches. On the drive in with the owner of jungle beach, he had told all of us Posted by Nick.t in Round the World | Sep 20, 2010
  • Easter IslandEaster Island or Rapa Nui always held many childhood fantasies of mysterious rituals and rugged remoteness. I never thought I would ever make it there for real, but somehow we managed to just about include it into our route between Posted by Bushra in Flashpacking | Sep 15, 2010
  • Kiwi Campervaning!!!Sunday 20th June – Touching down at 3pm on Auckland’s cold and cloudy runway as we headed through to Customs, Si noticed one of the lanes was reserved for the 'England Rugby Team' who were playing later in the week! Posted by siandrach in SI & RACH'S WORLD ADVENTURE | Sep 13, 2010
  • Tahiti and Bora BoraTahiti After reading all the slating reviews of Tahiti, the largest island in French Polynesia (45km across), we had no intention of going there but were forced by plane timetables to have a night there. We had heard that it Posted by Bushra in Flashpacking | Sep 7, 2010
  • Looking back on a fantastic 9 month RTW adventureBonjour de Montréal! It's been 5 months since we've been back from our RTW trip and I’m back sitting in the exact same spot where I wrote the very first blog entry to [i]Blog Posted by malmn in Bloggin' N Globetrottin' | Sep 7, 2010
  • Jungle BeachAt the end of my last post I touched on a place called “Jungle beach”, I didn’t give too many details about it except for a quick badly written over view and how to get there, so now I'm going Posted by Nick.t in Round the World | Sep 6, 2010
  • From 'Burgh to 'Burgh to 'BurgPITTSBURGH i haven't blogged here this summer, because i've been helping to blog here: [[http://farmsandfables.blogspot.com/]] -- try it. you might like it. it chronicles the Of Farms and Fables work exchange with Broadturn Farm, W. H. Jordan Farm Posted by ctamler in Wenn schon, denn schon | Sep 1, 2010
  • The Cook Islands - Lazy Lazy days We stepped off the fully packed Air New Zealand plane, into the brilliant sunshine of Rarotonga with a Kia Orana welcome. Kia Orana means may you live long. Not that there were no clouds. It's just that everything was bright Posted by Bushra in Flashpacking | Sep 1, 2010
  • Taman Negara, Malaysia We stayed in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel very nearly next to the stunning Petronas Tower. There was a lot of construction going on in the KLCC and the hotel was surrounded by it, but our room was dead quiet with Posted by Bushra in Flashpacking | Sep 1, 2010
  • Brian RTWSadly I have now left New York, but am happy to be in Boston although I went for a walk not long after I arrived and I had to ask myself where have all the poeple gone, comparedto NY it Posted by Brians RTW in Round the World Trip | Aug 29, 2010
  • ipod to the rescue Experiencing the ancient temples of Angkor in the flesh is another dream come true for me. I flew into Siem Reap direct from Luang Posted by Spinky in Wherever I May Roam | Aug 28, 2010
  • The end of the first legToday I moved the post-it in my Lonely Planet from Bogota to Cartagena. It's hard to believe that I'm about to leave this city, considering I'm just starting to know my way around. The chaos of the last Posted by pack_it_in in The Global Footprint | Aug 28, 2010
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