Blog Entries tagged 'shopping'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'shopping'
- Colombia: Cartagena to the max!==Welcome to Cartagena==
I lived in Cartagena for six months, working for a public institute.
It is a captivating, beautiful, yet sometimes confounding place to live.
Here is a guide to maki Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Apr 17, 2017
- Rooftop barsArriving at Bandkok’s old Don Muang airport, we were surprised how long it took us to get through immigration. After all, we did not need a visa, apart from not having to pay any money to be allowed to enter Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Apr 11, 2017
- Around PerthAs we reached the Northern suburbs of Perth, we were keen to have lunch. It was not really on purpose that we ended up at Yanchep NP. It was probably just good fortune, as we realized soon after getting there. Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 4, 2017
- Bye, bye bush - hello town As we reached Geraldton, we ended up in afternoon rush-hour. This had not been an issue in our travels so far. Latest by then, we realized that we had left the bush and reached the more populated areas of Western Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 3, 2017
- NZ 2016 – Day 3 - Christchurch to Franz Josef – Arthur's Pas==Otira Highway==
We all piled back into the bus made our way to Hokitika.
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Oct 22, 2016
- NZ 2016 – Day 2 - Christchurch – OverviewThis was my last full day wandering around before the tour started. I made the most of it by going to:
• Punting on the Avon
• Rebuild Tour
• Christchurch Gondola
• Wandering Worcester Boulevard
Once I was back at the hotel, I went to the dinner Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Oct 21, 2016
- Japan Day 14 – Travel to TokyoThis was our last full day we had and we spent a few hours of it on the Shikansen to Tokyo (2.5 hours).
Posted by alopiparo in Ann and Tore's Japan Trip | Oct 21, 2016
- NZ 2016 – Day 1 - Christchurch – Overview – August 2016Today was my first day in New Zealand (on this trip - I had been here previously in 2013) and I spent it in Christchurch. It was partly cloudy, and a lovely 7C / 44F.
I went saw:
• Avon River
• Construction around the Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Oct 14, 2016
- Singapore - a walk on the wild side and a step back in timeNo trip can be called "complete" with learning about the local wildlife. Well, that's my rule anyway.
My last day in Singapore was a sad one, as I would be leaving, Posted by emmaabroad in Singapore | Sep 18, 2016
- Through the Rockies on our way to the Pacific NorthwestOur plan was to leave Yellowstone via the Northeast Exit and to drive along the Beartooth Highway. We had already gotten that recommendation from the French couple we had met in Loreto, once more from Ralf in Zion and it Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Sep 1, 2016
- The more you look, the more you seeThe night we arrived in Fes was a whirl wind. Mohammed first dropped us at the bus station so we could pop in and buy our tickets for the remaining portions of our trip and then transported us Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Aug 31, 2016
- Bangkok It's been ages since I wrote a blog post. I've had various blogs in the past on other platforms but they all died down. A lack of time, the rise of social media, and perhaps the fact that there wasn't Posted by darrenzw in Darren's Travel Diary | Aug 15, 2016
- From death trap to tourist trapAs soon as we stepped outside of the hotel it was like hitting a wall of muggy air. Now it was extreme! But the weather reports told about a hefty thunderstorm later on today, thank God!
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/799557/20160701_1 Posted by bejjan in New York | Jul 1, 2016
- Shop until you dropMost part of this day was dedicated to shopping. Yet another warm and muggy day along the Streets of New York and it was even worse down under in the subway system. But it was still worth the effort to Posted by bejjan in New York | Jun 29, 2016
===Cultural Heritage Centre===
Each previous time we have come to Tanzania for a safari, we have passed this place along the side of the road just outside Arusha, Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 22, 2016
- Day 7 Berlin – Alexanderplatz and Potsdamerplatz MarketsIn the evening, I headed out to explore the city. I came across the Alexanderplatz markets and checked out the Galeria Kaufhof (department store) as well.
[center][img=http://pho Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Jul 23, 2016
- Day 7 Berlin – Tauentzienstrasse and KurfürstendammI walked along the Tauentzienstraße and Kurfürstendamm and into shops, including the famous KaDeWe (pronounced Ca De Ve), which was the main shopping centre in West Berlin. I found some cool boots (that I didn’t buy as I couldn’t ever Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Jul 23, 2016
- Day 6 Brugge – Window ShoppingI love window shopping in foreign cities, just to see what’s different between my local shops at home, and the shops where I’m visiting.
These beanies (Australian for wooly hats) looked very warm, but very kitchy touristy, and I doubt I Posted by Shona Travels in Shona Travels The World | Jul 23, 2016
- Rain, rain, go AWAY!Mondays in Paris tend to be quieter - residents are back to work and some museums are closed. Our plan wasn't to visit too many anyway but to do some shopping. After Mary Ann's swim (the pool is a 3-minute Posted by otisandma in Salut tout le Monde! | Jun 21, 2016
- Ngorongoro - Oldupai - Ndutu
Seeing the clear skies from our balcony this morning, I really wish I’d got up in the night to take some pictures of the stars. I shall just have to photograph the sunrise Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 16, 2016
- Singapore's obsession with shopping centresSingapore is well known for its many many shopping centres. They are honestly everywhere, and every single one is huge. I wouldn't be surprised if every retailer from all over the world has a store there.
I'm curious to know whether Posted by Rebecca Heller in Rebecca's Big Adventure | Jun 4, 2016
- What to do in Singapore when you’re not dancing tango[center][/center]
[i]My last stop of this trip where I have been trying to dance as much tango as possible along the way, was Singapore. My main reason for stopping here was to participate in Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | May 22, 2016
- What to do in Melbourne when you're not dancing tango[i][b]This was my second trip to Melbourne. The first time I stayed for almost a week and had time to explore the city and surroundings. The second time I had less than 48 hours and I spent quite a Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Apr 30, 2016
- Jalousie, Bouteliers, Furcy and Pétionville
I have to say the cleaning staff is certainly efficient here, Housekeeping knock on the door at 07:55 this morning, wanting to make the room up! Normally we are up and out by t Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Jan 28, 2016
- Guide to Orlando: Planning the Perfect Girls Trip One of my high school friends relocated to Florida and I have been promising a visit. I finally fulfilled my friend duties and I must admit, I am smitten with Orlando! I had to be in the area for work, Posted by WanderEatRun in Wander Eat Run | Feb 26, 2016