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  • Tuscany and Rome - relaxing and refreshing "She's supposed to be his transitional person. She's not supposed to be the ONE". - Sally, in 'When Harry met Sally'. I began our holiday already a little bit in love with the idea of France - a soft-focus, Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Dec 17, 2012
  • Falling in love with Marseille At first blush Marseille can leave you wondering about where exactly it's reputation comes from. After the dizzying beauty of Paris, many of Marseille's building look a tad shabby, the graffiti tags prevalent throughout some districts add to the ghetto Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Dec 7, 2012
  • Another View . . . Thank goodness for aeroplanes, they are amazingly useful, but really, a very boring way to get from one place to another. For the first twenty minutes I am usually excited about getting 30 000 feet off the ground in Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Dec 6, 2012
  • Bargaining While Shopping in Oaxaca & Throughout MexicoChange has been in the air for years, if not decades. It’s now a well-established fact that hard bargaining while shopping in Mexico, especially in the poorer southern states such as Oaxaca, is neither the norm nor should it be Posted by titosarah in Helpful Information for Mexico Travelers | Nov 29, 2012
  • June 2012 - Departure Minus 5...Packing Challenge Accepted!"Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, I am large, I contain multitudes." Walt Whitman I've been reading some [[http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2012/02/24/the-10-rules-of-packing/|fantastic blogs]] which co Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | Nov 23, 2012
  • Busan Bound!So far my personal travels away from Ilsan have centered around Seoul because it is fairly painless to reach by bus or subway. I have been to other parts of Korea (Andong and Pocheon) but they were trips planned Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Oct 30, 2012
  • MumbaiHi again, I say my how Mumbai has changed. It has grown, upwards and outwards. We arrived in Mumbai yesterday and got to our Hotel around lunch. My goodness was it HOT. We went for a bit Posted by thorogoodsindia in fionasindiablog | Oct 26, 2012
  • More on PunePune has been great. We have really enjoyed the ease at which we have been able to get around here. I have just returned from taking the girls (minus Darren) out for lunch and a spot of shopping. Posted by thorogoodsindia in fionasindiablog | Oct 24, 2012
  • Elephanting, shopping and doing toursHello again, We are still being looked after by the wonderful staff at Jas Vilas. I can HIGHLY recommend this place. It is like the oasis in the desert that is Jaipur. This lovely little home/hotel is run Posted by thorogoodsindia in fionasindiablog | Oct 15, 2012
  • Bangkok day 3 14/10Our last full day and night was dedicated to shopping. Frankie's favorite pastime Frankie seems to have found every single shop within the platinum mall. A multi level clothes shopping precinct that us divided into segments such as bags. Men's Posted by Wade85 in Wade's Travels | Oct 15, 2012
  • "5 and a Half Days on the Ground"I still can't believe that Melissa and Lisa left their families and flew all this way to visit me in Peru! From the minute I received an email confirming their flight info, I saw the Cusco area in Posted by annevl in The Journey is the Reward | Oct 13, 2012
  • Getting to know KagoshimaAn early 8:00am start, the itinerary included: Amu Shopping Centre, Ferris Wheel and the Shimboya Observatory. We were missing 2 essential items, including an adapter to enable us to charge our electronics from a Japanese socket. A minor oversight mean Posted by Ashton and Emma in Its all about Japan | Oct 3, 2012
  • First Chinese activity completed: A trip to the supermarket!So I may not have bought anything of substance, but at least I won't die of starvation now...! Now I am aware that's an awful lot of carbs, but I thought it was safer at this point than Posted by Lady Mantle in Living in Asia | Sep 29, 2012
  • Culture Shock in ChinaThere are so many things in China that might seem completely backwards to the Western perspective. Upon my arrival I felt certain that culture shock would not affect me. After all, Ive already visited 15 other countries. Im a traveling Posted by BHammer301 in Play now, work later | Sep 27, 2012
  • Istanbul!!!Today was loooong and so unexpectedly awesome! I was NOT excited for these last few days of our trip because I didn't have much of an interest in going to Istanbul or Amsterdam, but wow was I proved wrong. Istanbul Posted by mcsteener in Overseas Part II with Andrew! | Sep 24, 2012
  • Lake Maggiore - Heading Home ==To Shop or Not to Shop...==Ascona is definitely the place to shop with all the sophistication expected of Switzerland. Streets are clean, flower displays oppulent and watered. Most stor Posted by haveyoubeenyet in Have You Been Yet? by Pam Fisher | Sep 19, 2012
  • Random TidbitsI heard the best line today. One of my students came over to my desk and saw my phone sitting there. She picked it up and said, in the most nonchalant kind of way, “nice, iPhone” and then Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Sep 17, 2012
  • Chapter eighty two - Phnom Penh IIIDay 295: Phnom Penh, Cambodia 21/07/2012 Hmmm, an interesting morning to say the least. I run from breakfast to try to change some dong to dollar. Step into a travel agency - the only place that seems to be offering currency Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Aug 20, 2012
  • Cheap thrills in Chi Chi You know those place names that just get stuck in your head? They’re usually the ones that are really fun to say. When my sister was tiny she use to love saying Buladelah (or rather “Bu-LAH-de-LAH!”) after visiting the country Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Sep 6, 2012
  • The Basics of LifeGrocery shopping and laundry. Two pretty basic things in life. Oh how I miss when basic things were easy. Haha, I know I wanted adventure, but man... this is a lot of adventure. I think I Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Sep 2, 2012
  • The One Where I ElaborateForget water boarding or thumb-screws if you really want to torture someone stick them in an airplane and fly them around the world and never let them stand up or lay down. You’d get anything you needed. Seriously, Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Aug 28, 2012
  • Chapter eighty one - Phnom Penh IIIDay 295: Phnom Penh, Cambodia 21/07/2012 Hmmm, an interesting morning to say the least. I run from breakfast to try to change some dong to dollar. Step into a travel agency - the only place that seems to be offering currency Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Aug 20, 2012
  • Back in LA LA LandDay 1: After a scenic drive into LA through Malibu and Santa Monica, we checked into the same hostel we stayed in before. This time we paid a bit extra to have own own room with ensuite which was pretty nice Posted by charlotter45 in Charlotte and Stephen's Adventure! | Aug 10, 2012
  • 西北部的千古城回想某一個下午.... "阿姨,到時我們會從愛丁堡來。Bye Bye" - 掛斷電話的聲音 "老公, 誰?" "五姨,從伯明翰打來. 跟她說我們什麼時候會抵達伯明翰." "BTW, 我們有時間購物嗎? "我們不是已講好,此行是一個教育性的旅遊。購物是沒有教育意義." ... 相信大家已經猜到我的下場. 8( 也正因如此,行程與先前提出的企劃書有小部分的差異。我們的行程將會是更緊密。8天的時間去瀏覽英國,蘇格蘭,威爾斯. 未來兩天的行程,如果我們錯過一班車,整個進度會延誤。 我覺得 Posted by oscarmok in My Travel Journal | Jul 5, 2012
  • Heatwaves and floods!Having no Internet is painful. I know travelling is meant to be about cutting yourself from those types of material needs but being on my own it's nice to share pics, tweets, status updates etc. Even now I have to Posted by wavell.blades in Trip across America...and back again! | Jul 19, 2012
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