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  • No - we're not crazy!Well, the news of our trip has led to mixed reactions from our friends. Some think it is a great opportunity and a chance to stretch our comfort zone a little farther. On the other hand, as you Posted by Herk58 in 2014 - October visit to India | Jul 16, 2014
  • Pre-planning for IndiaSaturday, July 5, 2014 We get a call from a friend of my wife. She remembers my wife saying "if you ever go back to India, we'd love to go with you". So roll the clock forward eight Posted by Herk58 in 2014 - October visit to India | Jul 13, 2014
  • No Pain No GainMy feet are throbbing and my throat is so swollen I can't look upward or swallow water without cringing a little inside. Despite this, it has been an AMAZING day. API provided us with handbooks, which have become our survival Posted by ChelseaLaree in Smalltown Abroad | Jun 30, 2014
  • Solway LassAnother 'must-do' as you travel the East Coast of Australia is go sailing in the Whitsundays. Made up of 74 islands, it's simply gorgeous, and the Southern start of the Great Barrier Reef. Featuring one of the purest, Posted by smr1188 in Postcards From the Heart | May 25, 2014
  • Nice and alot of CanadiansI got dressed quickly today because I had woken up late and it was already 0945. I needed to get to the train station as soon as possible because I new it would take a long time to get to Posted by egarciafreites in Enrique and his eurotrip | May 17, 2014
  • Dingoes and 4WD on the Largest Sand Island--Fraser Island When travelling in Australia, particularly along the east coast, it's a must to see Fraser Island. While I didn't want to miss out Posted by smr1188 in Postcards From the Heart | May 13, 2014
  • A JAMBO AND A MAMBO AND SOME RHINOS DOIN’ ITJambo is hello in Swahili and Mambo bebe is what the locals say to each other if they are good buddies, meaning, how’s it going baby? Ngorongoro is the name given to this extinct volcano and its magnificent crater by the Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Apr 20, 2014
  • THREE LEOPARD DAYToday was to be the last of our very long days on the bumpy road. Elisante had prepared us to depart at 8 and to not arrive at our destination until at least 6:30. What he did not prepare us Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Apr 19, 2014
  • New Zealand Wrap-up This is a miscellaneous collection of pictures and maybe brief stories from the North Island that didn't fit anywhere else. While in Hawke's Bay we drove up to the lookout and there we Posted by smr1188 in Postcards From the Heart | Apr 10, 2014
  • Bac Ha market, Sapa marketBac Ha district is 60 kilometers from Lao Cai. Bac Ha is the largest fair of Sapa. When going to market, visitors will see the high mountain, terraced fields. Sometimes, tourists have to stop the car in order to get Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 31, 2013
  • Hanoi Old Quarter VietnamIt focuses the handicraft activities and all trade, which formed into many specific trading streets and created a separate tradition of urban residents. Today, the Old Quarter of Hanoi is an attractive destination for those who want to visit this Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 10, 2013
  • Duong Lam Ancient Village Hanoi VietnamToday, Duong lam village still retains most of the basic characteristics of a village of Vietnam with port village, trees, courtyard, temples, well, water fields… The roads of Duong lam were special because they have the shape as the bones Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 10, 2013
  • Hanoi Vietnam That is the reason why Hanoian feel as closely connected to their Red River as children do towards their mothers. In the old days, the Red River was given another common name: Cai (Mother) River. The name of Hanoi (Exterior Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 10, 2013
  • Sapa AttractionsFamous for its breathtaking landscapes, Sapa is also an ideal inhabitation for a great diversity of ethnic minority peoples. It is likely that, Sapa was first inhabited by highland minorities of H’mong and Zao groups who immigrated from southern provinces Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Nov 25, 2013
  • Granada (In Spain, not Nicaragua)The original plan was to rent a car and drive to Barcelona, as there were lots of end of the season deals. However it turned out much cheaper taking a bus to Granada and then take an 11 hour overnight Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Sep 24, 2013
  • Best Istanbul Oldcity ExcursionIstanbul turkey preference was for the summer holidays. Japanyo went to italy and true both before and had wonderful trips. Covering the 10-day turkey istanbul oriental mystique and aura that made ​​summer vacation. After a 3 hour trip to a Posted by antoninasemkina in Wonderful Summer Holidays | Sep 15, 2013
  • The Fifth OceanOur 86-hour train odyssey ended at Lake Baikal, the world's deepest and oldest lake, which will one day, due to moving tectonic plates, may become the world's fifth ocean, splitting the Asian continent in half. The lake itself is absolutely beautiful Posted by feeverte in Second Star to the Right | Aug 19, 2013
  • Venice of the NorthSo how about some actual stuff about St Petersburg? I knew the city was going to be incredibly beautiful, and it is. The cityscape reminds me of Vienna quite a lot -- mostly due to the beautiful old houses that could Posted by feeverte in Second Star to the Right | Aug 8, 2013
  • All Aboard the VodkatrainArrival in St. Petersburg was easier than I thought and included possibly the cheapest airport transfer I've ever had -- 78 rubles, or €1.78. (Previously, the cheapest was my home town, which is admittedly tiny.)   Because I hit a low on Posted by feeverte in Second Star to the Right | Aug 7, 2013
  • Bolivia - Old Ladies in Top Hats and a Death RoadSan Pedro de Atacama turned out to be a pleasant surprise considering we originally had no intention of going there, we ended up grateful for the border debacle! Armed with new friends, we booked our Salar de Uyuni trip Posted by moseyingmizuiks in Morning Coffee | Jun 2, 2013
  • Tickling those Taste buds down the Coast of Vietnam When traveling abroad, one of the more intimidating aspects can be attempting the new cuisine. You really don’t know where that meat is coming from, you can’t read any of the menus, and you can’t he Posted by Yampu001 in Where to? The Yampu Tours' Travel Blog | May 23, 2013
  • South Africa – 4 friends, a Mercedes, sharks and a 211m jumpWe made it to our hostel in Johannesburg a little disappointed – miles out of the way therefore a fortune in a taxi and no mod cons or wifi as we were expecting – nevertheless, it suited our biggest requirements Posted by moseyingmizuiks in Morning Coffee | May 1, 2013
  • Madidi pampas - part two "Ah, yes, those are termites. They help decompose the wood". Well, this statement would have been perfectly normal if the termites in question hadn't just started pouring out of our boat. Our boat being a wooden canoe about a two-hour Posted by Irmelin in There and Back Again | Apr 29, 2013
  • Berlin in 3 DaysI was somewhat skeptical about what Berlin would be like for three days. I’d been given mixed reports, however I was pleasantly surprised by how much there was to explore. I really didn’t have a strong connection to Berlin’s war Posted by Jack Chaffey in Europe | Apr 25, 2013
  • Taking Tours in CappadociaCappadocia, August 29th 2012 "Which tour did you take today? The green one or the red one?" [[|Barbara]] asked me in the evening. "Green? Red? We didn't wear any band or tag..." I was confused. [img=http://photos.t Posted by automidori in A Thread of Silk | Mar 24, 2013
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