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  • Destination number one - BangkokIf you can look past the sickly waves of humidity, the 'interesting' smells scattered along the streets, and the repetitive offer of 'ping pong show?', Bangkok is a truly beautiful place to be. The difference between here and our home Posted by tristannn in Here we go, life's waiting to begin. | May 19, 2011
  • The bridge over the river KwaiThe best way to see the sights around Kanchanaburi is by scooter: most sites are outside of the city and the distances between them are reasonable. So we decided to rent one (Gege got an international drivers license before we Posted by DanaGege in Orientales | May 14, 2011
  • Great expectationsHopes are running high as the departure date begins to come over the horizon, a mere ten days until I am propelled eastwards to a foreign land, thus initiating a surely life-changing experience. All things in need of preparation have Posted by tristannn in Here we go, life's waiting to begin. | May 8, 2011
  • First two nightsWell first night was at Balranald in a caravan park on the highway what a mistake. Main hwy to Sydney from Adelaide, trucks thundered past all night. Will update in the day time. Posted by aljune in Half way round the BIG Island | May 3, 2011
  • Four days to the offIts becoming quite clear now that there are not too many days left before I depart. Micheal and Micheal, two of my work colleagues are cycling with me to Newhaven.. They`ve probably been asked to make sure that I do Posted by BikingBarman in BikingBarman | Apr 25, 2011
  • Athens Athens is one of the world's oldest cities and it's history spans over 3,400 years. It's oldest stories tell the tales of Greek mythology & the Greek gods and the city itself is named after the Greek goddess Athena. Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 19, 2011
  • In the Beginning!!!Every epic journey starts somewhere! My travelling started at the age of 20 in Holland, with my (at the time) arse of a boyfriend who for all his faults introduced me to the wonders of backpacking. Even if Posted by Jersey-Overland in In the Footsteps of Peachy Carnahan | Apr 16, 2011
  • Rome Rome is the capital of Italy and has the country's largest population with 4.2 million residents. With the city's history spanning over two and a half thousand years, there is so much to learn about Rome. Just walking the streets is Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 13, 2011
  • MACHU PICCHUMachu Picchu is a pre-Columbian 15th-century Inca site located 2,430 metres (7,970 ft) above sea level. It is situated on a mountain ridge above the Urubamba Valley in Peru, which is 80 kilometres (50 mi) northwest of Cusco and through Posted by romagna16 in JF TRAVEL GUIDE | Apr 13, 2011
  • SPRING: SHORT SLEEVE RIDINGIt's a great time of the year, don't you agree? The time when nature gives you a freebie, a day of sunshine accompanied by heat, warmth, and sun burns. The time of year when we take off our jackets and Posted by chesshirecat in Chessie's Tales | Apr 13, 2011
  • Paris!Bonjour! Paris is the world's most visited city with 45 million tourists visiting per year, It is famous for romance, food and beautiful buildings! Our first activity in Paris was a one hour scenic cruise along the Seine River, This was our chance t Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 4, 2011
  • The Grand Canyon! The Grand Canyon! There is no surprise it is listed as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World! The Grand Canyon is 446 km long, up to 30 km Wide and the Depth was measured at 1.83 km! Amazingly out of Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Mar 20, 2011
  • San FranciscoI loved San Francisco! It is such a beautiful and diverse city with many personalities and lots to see and do! Start off by visit Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Mar 18, 2011
  • Visiting the Zapotec Ruin at Mitla, OaxacaGilberto Arreortua Jimenez has been a federally licensed tour guide working at the Mitla archaeological zone in Oaxaca, since 1997. Being able to guide tourists in English, French, Italian, and of course in Spanish, is quite a feat for Posted by titosarah in Attractions in and around Oaxaca, Mexico | Mar 9, 2011
  • The Trip in the PlanningHi All Yes out big trip north and to Western Australia has been some 18 months in the planning. So much to think about and do. We are just about 8 weeks from our departure. We have another Posted by Al-June Porter in The Planning | Mar 5, 2011
  • Flying Manchester to LyonI have recently started traveling to Lyon in France from Manchester. I was lucky to get one flight direct with BMI, but that was one off as my client is paying. Since then I have had the pleasure Posted by littletraveler in Business Travel Manchester to Lyon | Feb 28, 2011
  • ChinaHong Kong - The city has a hectic vibe to it with people hustling around, packed like sardines on the streets. The night cruise along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade was the perfect way to see the symphony of lights Posted by Travelluv in Around The World In 80 Days | Feb 26, 2011
  • St. Andrews By The SeaMy first impression of this town right by the ocean was that it was the quaintest place I'd ever seen. It is a mere hour from the Maine border and was right on the Passamaquaddy Bay on the Bay of Posted by Travelluv in Living in New Brunswick | Feb 22, 2011
  • Not lost in translation The curtain has now closed on my final movie of the film festival and also my time in Berlin. I wanted to talk a little bit about the film festival which was one of the main reaso Posted by danni109 in Run Danni Run | Feb 17, 2011
  • Warren & Kris's Journey to the top of the worldSunday it was 26 weeks till we begin this amazing adventure. All our bookings for air/accomodation are arranged. Just have to organise a few land tours. Plenty of time for that. 179 days today. Have done a draft Posted by bonniesmum in Kris n Wazza SKI in Canada & Alaska | Feb 15, 2011
  • LaosAfter a 2 day agonizing slow boat down the Mekhong River, we arrived in Luang Prabang. The main reason for this trip to beautiful Laos, above Northern Thailand is to do the tubing down the river. I got so much Posted by Travelluv in Fantastic Places I've Traveled | Feb 13, 2011
  • Low impact Building/style of living.When we went on the HelpX website checking out what kind of hosts were out there in Belgium, we definitely were shocked to find out there were only 4 (this was in spring 2010). Luckily one of those four was Posted by flemishgirl in Sustainable Travel | Jan 25, 2011
  • Day 12: The Bolaven PlateauToday was full of coffee trees, villages and waterfalls. Driving south of Pakse onto the Bolaven Plateau we pass plantation after plantation of coffee trees with villages dotted in between with coffee beans drying in the hot winter sun. First waterfall Posted by Teamworkz in Miranda's Trip Through Laos | Jan 15, 2011
  • Day 9: Luang Prabang Today I’m on my soap box. Never have I been so disgraced by seeing full frontal the stupidity of humanity. It’s more about being disrespectful of other people and their beliefs. But being disrespectful is stupid in my books. That Posted by Teamworkz in Miranda's Trip Through Laos | Jan 12, 2011
  • Greetings from Shanghai - Part 4Greetings from Shanghai and welcome to my weekly travel blog & photo update. In general it’s hard to believe that I have now been in a third world & communist country for over 4 weeks now. I Posted by smyatich in My Trip to China | Nov 27, 2010

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