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  • Hopefully It's Not This Hard!Last night I said goodbye to (almost) everyone I met in Revy. It an awesome night with awesome friends but it ended in a LOT of tears! Posted by kvandervegan in Veggie Pack | Jun 23, 2009
  • Punta Gorda, BelizeWe had to be in San Pedro Sula, Honduras for our next flight which proved to be easier said than done. Our best path ended up being taking a water taxi from Placencia to a nearby town called Independence. From Posted by olin in Sinusoidal Planetary Circumscription | May 27, 2009
  • The Blogging Hiatus EndsMy good friend Monica told me last year that successful bloggers post at least once every couple of days, otherwise their readers start to lose interest and eventually forget that the blog even exists. Although I considered posting about Posted by alsandiego in Where in the World is Al Sandiego? | Jun 5, 2009
  • Jeeping across the AltiplanoHighlight video of our 3 day jeep trek: [img= thumb= Posted by retomer in greg and renee ramble on | May 28, 2009
  • Matatu's rule OK. Or something like thatLife in Nairobi just goes on and on, with predictable monotony. Transport in much of the world, especially the developing world, is always, erm, fun? Not necessarily for the first timer and novice traveler, but you adapt to the local Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Jun 2, 2009
  • On the Road (again)I received the final word while in Byron Bay. Confirmation came on Friday that Monday it would begin, right after my night bus pulled into Sydney at 9:25am. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint Posted by triptime in Izzy's Blogsite | May 25, 2009
  • A Little of EverythingSince I haven't written since April, I have a lot of catching up to do. Two fridays ago, was a holiday that all Colombian schools established: El Dia de Los Profesores (Teacher's Day). In my school, it was a great Posted by AmyLynn in Discovering Colombia | May 25, 2009
  • Car problemSomething new for us today: all the times that we trawelled this way (fly & drive) we never had problems with the car. Today, suddenly, it beguns to produce a strange noise from the breaks. No light control alerted of Posted by fpizzinini in YATTS | May 20, 2009
  • PlanningStill working out where to go, keep changing my mind! Posted by miket.rtw in Mikes RTW | May 17, 2009
  • 37km/h? Meh. You get there eventually! Oooooh. A train. And not just a train, but a long one as well. 22 carriages worth. And an alleged 44hour journey. I've always quite enjoyed long train journeys, but even then it is stil Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | May 11, 2009
  • Last Few Days of FreedomTravelling back to Hanoi on our scheduled 'tourist' transport was a rather tempestuous experience, making us thankful we avoided the full three-day's on a package tour and being treated like dumb sheep. Baaaa! The group organiser had a severe lack Posted by AndyGem in We're Off to See The Wizard! | May 1, 2009
  • The road to QuitoThe following is an email I sent to a certain travelmate I left behind in Bolivia.. Shameless duplication. ======================================= I am not having fun trying to get to Quito... Was horribly sick on the bus to Cusco, was even sicker nex Posted by BatSoo in Global Hoboing | Apr 29, 2009
  • Hazard on the roadJust the other day I saw an road accident involving three vehicles. Two empty trailer trucks and sandwiched between them is a toyota crosswind. Today on my way to work, I saw another road accident involving a taxi cab Posted by veela in Tripster Adventures and Misadventures | Feb 22, 2009
  • ROAD TRIPAlthough no celebrity sighting was actually achieved in LA this was not due to lack of trying..i have no regrets crouching in Jennifer Aniston’s bush, no regrets going through Courtney Cox’s rubbish or no regrets stalking anyone who might have Posted by willandsam in Will and Sams World Tour | Apr 9, 2009
  • Experiencing "North" AmericaSunday 8th March - clear Seeing as Claire's body seems to have an intolerance for food in general, it seemed like a good idea to start off with a food shop. Nothing exciting to mention except that you can get almond Posted by HOODnDIGS in Oh Canada! | Mar 10, 2009
  • Vietnam HanoiIf your courage is up to crossing the street there is a lot to see. First the street; nobody and I me and I mean nobody stops unless they're sure they will hit something and break their ride. If you're Posted by patgoodeve in Patrick's Okinawa, Tokyo, Viet Nam | Apr 7, 2009
  • Through the eye of a needle20 March 2009 What follows is a factual account of the trip from Phnom Penh to Sen Monorom in Mondulkiri province of Cambodia. Some names have been changed to protect the innocent (from embarrassment). It all starts at 6am Posted by echo75 in Wanderlust | Apr 7, 2009
  • Lijiang-Guangzhou-KathmanduOn 27th March we started the epic trip from west china to East. First was an 8 hour sleeper bus (Lijiang-Kunming)which was the wierdest experience of the trip so far. We each had a bed and it was an 8 Posted by annacronin in ARE WE THERE YET......? | Apr 5, 2009
  • Steeples rising above green fields and love of roundaboutsWe had just come over a small rise when we spotted another one. A small rise is really the only kind of rise that one can come over in this area, as the land is mostly flat and waterlogged, Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Apr 3, 2009
  • Tokyo townTokyo is just another big city only bigger. Reminds me of New York only more crowded and I can see over most people. Like most big city people Tokyo'kans are in more of a rush. If they're swearing at me Posted by patgoodeve in Patrick's Okinawa, Tokyo, Viet Nam | Apr 1, 2009
  • Taking the Train verses Renting a Car in EuropeBefore we left for our three week trip to Europe two summers ago. We planned all of the towns and cities that we wanted to visit before we left. The reason that we did this was to decide if we Posted by Sheryl W in Europe on a budget with kids | Mar 28, 2009
  • Selkirk, MB, Canada It's been fun the 1st week I was here, first in Saskatoon with Heather and Caitlin that I met a year ago. Now I'm at Kristins who I also met a year ago, where you ask, we Posted by trang87 in 2008-2011 | Mar 18, 2009
  • Overland Cambodia11 March For overland travel in Cambodia, all roads lead to Phnom Penh and so, in order to get to Siem Reap we needed to get to Phnom Penh from Kampot and then take a bus to Siem Reap. We Posted by echo75 in Wanderlust | Mar 18, 2009
  • There May Be Trouble AheadOur overdue bus departure from Pokhara to Chitwan was both on-time and trouble-free....... until.... Da da daaaa! Suddenly the road became empty and as we noticed a congregation of trucks by the side our bus made a sharp U-turn, halted Posted by AndyGem in We're Off to See The Wizard! | Mar 12, 2009
  • South American TransitHaving had a crazy couple of weeks in Rio, it was time to move on (and dry out) in Peru... This was the 48 hours of travel that we had been dreading.. a flight to Santiago, Chile for a 9 Posted by willandsam in Will and Sams World Tour | Mar 1, 2009

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