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  • If you're going to San Francisco ...A little bit of catching up to do, I'm afraid... Succesfully negotiated the joys of peakhour traffic in downtown San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon. We stayed at a hostel that was in the most amazing location right on the edge Posted by The Robbos in The Robbos Go North America | Sep 11, 2011
  • Koh Phi Phi IslandsIt was sad to leave Krabi Island behind, and the early start made it even sadder, but we gobbled up our last fabulous breakfast at the Centara Resort, snatched up a mini tub of plain yogurt from the buffet for Posted by jknazef in The Navigating Nazefs | Sep 1, 2011
  • My Life At Lost and FoundLife at the lost and found is going good so far. I wasn't really expecting to have to be somewhere for this long and it's been quite of an adjustment. The normal life of a backpacker is staying somewhere for Posted by DondeNathan in Living to Live | Aug 8, 2011
  • Kanchanaburi, ThailandThe Bridge on the River Kwai has become notoriously famous and has attracted both Thais and foreigners to this site. The bridge spans across River Khwai Yai. While the Japanese were occupying Thailand during the Second World War, the Japanese Posted by Nods33 in Thailand | Aug 6, 2011
  • Beijing before the start of my trek into Europe!!Ok so today I decided to take in Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. I will start with Tiananmen Square because that is where I went first. So Tiananmen Square. My mum told me that it is boring and, is Posted by maree25 in Escape from the colony: Round 2 | Jul 29, 2011
  • The Icefields Parkway(Saturday, July 23rd to Sunday, July 24th) It did not occur to us as we pulled into our campsite just off The Icefields Parkway the other night that we were actually going to be sleeping in the company of Posted by simonge in Geoghegan Family Journey- Summer 2011 | Jul 29, 2011
  • Got to Livingstone, I presume?This post has now moved to an even more awesome blog, check it out! Posted by LucieP in A taste of freedom | Jul 29, 2011
  • Legitimate reviews through now-free detainees who had been kFrederick Stalin introduced "the display trial" -- [[mont blanc pens ]]deceptive government tribunals that sidestep this judiciary ( space ) while in the Terrific Clear away of the Nineteen thirties. It would appear that Bahrain has gotten a chapter r Posted by Leclare in sdfssdfsdfsd | Jul 13, 2011
  • A Balanced LifeLast night I again watched the movie "Eat, Pray, Love". And I was struck by the ending where when the main character is worried about falling in love and getting lost, i.e. losing her balance within the relationship, the Bali Posted by globalmomma in Summer in Italy: Mangiare e Sognare | Jul 12, 2011
  • The Prayer Photo from I know I ask for too many each day And some wishes are not meant to be Some are foolish, some are rubbish Even when I persist, I know it's Posted by Bella_Luna in Salve a Tutti | Jun 30, 2011
  • the weather plays a parta quick of the other thing's you must take into account when riding a bike with a rucksack is the weather, in wet condition's you can always make progress, but when the weather is to hot it's almost impossible carrying Posted by stevo59 in your never to old. | Jun 26, 2011
  • Visiting Magnus in Paris[img= caption=To Posted by haakonhobaek in Veni Vidi Vici | Jun 25, 2011
  • Dubai UAESecond largest and wealthiest state in UAE where oil is king. Hot (wow) interesting and wealthy. Ruled with an iron (Muslim) hand and regimented in a way the average Kiwi would not tolerate for long. Posted by alanwithy in Dawn Princess from Sydney to Dover | Jun 21, 2011
  • The weddingOn 2011/6/11, Ar J’s daughter Tientien’s wedding in Kaohsiung holds all the best wishes from us. Posted by qbepn in 雲南霞客 | Jun 19, 2011
  • Dinner in the Sky and a dark, comic operaRiga, Latvia Spending four nights in a city affords us the luxury of time to explore a new environment at a leisurely, even gentile pace – more so than the typical tourist. Approaching the end of our time in Riga Posted by jamesh1066 in Overland from Europe to China and beyond | Jun 16, 2011
  • An expat journalist in Prague Photo Credit Walter Novak Clean-shaven, ruminative and intelligent-looking, polite and neatly dressed. Such was the demeanor of the twenty-something homeless man I met at a Prague s Posted by BillLehane in Silly Billy | Jun 7, 2011
  • Amsterdam Our last stop on our tour of Europe was The Netherlands which is also known as Holland. We stayed in Amsterdam which is the country's largest city and has a population of 780,000 and attracts over 3.7 Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | May 24, 2011
  • 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

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