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  • Subway, Sushi and Japanese Mega Store The subway in Tokyo is one of the highlights of the trip for me. Everything is so big, the system is so efficient, but also unfamiliar and hard to navigate for those of who can't read th Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Apr 16, 2012
  • A taste of Japan in ParisWhen people think of Paris the first images that usually come to their mind are the Eiffel tower, the romantic evening walks near the Seine river and the delicious french food and pastries. In my case my profound love for Posted by Niels1303 in Niels around the globe | Apr 11, 2012
  • Atlanta, GeorgiaAfter a big night in Kansas City with my brother we headed to Atlanta Georgia. Caught the Marta (train) up to Buckhead in north Atlanta. First night we stayed in a cheap Red Roof Inn. It served our purposes, we Posted by Paddy - Sharon in Paddy and Sharon's Ameribbean | Apr 4, 2012
  • Our Last 36 Hours in Liverpool We had a really good time seeing so many relatives, though at times Kristina and the boys were overwhelmed with the sheer quantity. Everywhere we went, we were shown amazing hospitality Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Mar 29, 2012
  • Liverpool Welcome by the King, Visiting, Luggage Problems Thanks to our great friend, Al, we had the most amazing Liverpool welcome. Upon arrival we were given a Liverpool jersey signed by none other than "King Kenny" to each of us personal Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Mar 23, 2012
  • The Village PeopleCheck out another installment of photos from Thaunggok, a tiny village in Western Myanmar and stay tuned for an entry about ending up in a cave with a naga baba aka naked guru. (Don't worry, I kept my clothes on.) [url=http://blog.micahbrubin.com/? Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Mar 22, 2012
  • March 2012 - Departure Minus 8'A woman must be two things: classy and fabulous' - Coco Chanel My last month has been filled with writing strategic plans and international management uni text books, leaving very little time to further our planning for our Grand Adventure. Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Mar 22, 2012
  • Shopping Fever Getting stuck in Thaunggok, a tiny town in Western Myanmar turned out to be some of the best days traveling through country. With no foreigners around but me (and the people not yet jaded by tourism), I had amazing time exploring Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Mar 13, 2012
  • Thailand: Wandering in Bangkok==It's a big city...== Bangkok is impossible to explain. It's huge, very diverse and full of contradictions. It can be culturally conservative, yet folks are so open minded, accommodating and always smiling. I experienced an amazing, diverse nightli Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Feb 28, 2012
  • Before take 1So I feel as though, I should keep all you out there informed about my before, after and internet connecting pendant, during trip to Fiji. So here's go nothing. Before Fiji take 1. As you all know I'm now just raising funds for Posted by Samitan in Journey #1 - Fiji | Feb 26, 2012
  • Coming homeWell after spending an extra day in Slovenia than I had expected, it was a dash back to Munich the same day as I was due to fly out of Europe. Fortunately on a mostly lovely day in Munich (with Posted by ellenjd in A last minute European jaunt | Feb 8, 2012
  • JOG-JAWell I have just got back from a cracking weekend in Jogja (more formally known as Yogyakarta but preferably pronounced in a very bogan accent as “jooogggjjjja”). Actually, I lied. I have not just got back. On Posted by ljmac2 in South East Asia mark II | Feb 7, 2012
  • Orlando love Awww you know those kind of things from when you were a child and you keep with you all your life l Posted by FlorianaG in From Venice to Atlanta (and back) | Dec 18, 2011
  • How not to haggleWe British are notoriously reticent when it comes to haggling, but in Southeast Asia's tourist markets it’s a skill you live and die by. And judging by my first clumsy attempt at Siem Reap's Night Market, my skills definitely needed Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Jan 22, 2012
  • SingaporeSo back in Singapore…weird after being here less than six months ago. It’s also a very weird place to stay at a backpackers I’ve decided. Because Singapore is so ‘nice’ compared to the rest of South-East Asia, I Posted by ljmac2 in South East Asia mark II | Dec 28, 2011
  • Nha TrangSo I think I may have over-budgeted on the tan… Seriously, Nha Trang was nice and all, but the weather was less than desirable…although from the ever informative CNN, I get the feeling it has been like that around a lot Posted by ljmac2 in South East Asia mark II | Dec 27, 2011
  • Every little helps...Jen does the Christmas shop in Chiang Mai - two bottles of water and a puncture repair kit. Shame we left the Clubcard at home. Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Dec 24, 2011
  • Good Morning VietnamIn an effort to make up for my slackness on my blog during the latter stages of my time in Siem Reap, here is a very timely update on my time spent in Ho Chi Minh City, my first taste Posted by ljmac2 in South East Asia mark II | Dec 21, 2011
  • Well Done Wellington!After a nearly 12 hour scenic train ride, we arrived in Wellington.  Wellington is the capitol of New Zealand as well as the country's artistic and cultural hub. It is home to numerous universities and a wonderful museum, Te Papa. Posted by mands186 in Mind The Gap | Dec 17, 2011
  • Shoppin and droppin in Lima, PeruArriving in Lima was not nearly as confusing as Chile, thank god. And the best part, no taxes! It was a nice night, cool breeze and low humidity, although it was humid enough for my hair to do strange things. Posted by kGoWhereNext in Where in the world? | Dec 4, 2011
  • Fairytale of Europe’s Christmas Markets===[b]As Christmas fast approaches and decorative lights are switched on in cities, towns and villages across the UK, shopping can be an exhausting and stressful task. So, why not escape the crowded shopping centres and malls and head to Europe’s Posted by OohArrAdventure in Ooh Arr Adventures | Nov 30, 2011
  • A Dutchman in SeoulAs a preview to the giant Seoul/Midterm with IWO post I have to write up in the near future, I give you the video I shot while GaHee was meeting her friends at her university! [video provider=youtube Posted by Anon of Holland in A Dutchman in Korea | Nov 16, 2011
  • A bottle of wine or sevenArriving in [[Santiago, Chile]]— 36 hours ago was not on my list of things to do. But of course, having the incredible flight attendant mother that I do- it turned out to be our Wednesday afternoon activity. And I have Posted by kGoWhereNext in Where in the world? | Nov 15, 2011
  • Walking around HalifaxI have been LOVING working (telecommuting?) in Halifax. I have been walking at least 8 kms a day, practicing yoga, easily drinking as much water as I'm supposed to, my neck and shoulders aren't killing me, AND I've been more Posted by Kristy_pj in Here and There | Nov 15, 2011
  • Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur==KL== Ridley Scott's vision of a future metropolis in 2019 will likely be realised in Kuala Lumpur: with it's enormous Petronas Towers, multi level hi-way overpasses and intermittent rains, and Bangkok (I will explain BKK later). KL is a nice place Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Sep 20, 2011
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