Blog Entries tagged 'travel'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'travel'
- USA: Moss Landing: Do you love Dolphins and Whales?? Wow! What an incredible day on the water! Sunny gorgeous weather and HUNDREDS of dolphins and sea lions along with humpback and grey whales! Moss Landing is one of our favorite local places to visit and is just Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Jan 16, 2017
- Lisbon - The Second Oldest City in EuropeLisbon is situated on seven hills beside the Tagus River. It has been inhabited by Neolithic people, Celts, Phonoecians, Visigoths, Greeks, Romans, Moors..... Only Athens, in Europe, is older.
Lisbon is definitely older than Rome and London but Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Jan 17, 2017
- Send More Money, Please[float=right][/float]Roaming around West Africa for a year isn’t cheap. It’s not particularly expensive ei Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Jan 14, 2017
- sponsor your trip with tripspo.tkww.tripspo.tk is a new way to sponsor your travel costs with taking some parcels with you. Easy as it is, register on the site, choose the direction which match to your destination and contact the sender. Get money to take Posted by AntonM in sponsor your trip with tripspo.tk | Jan 11, 2017
- Ankake SpaghettiAnkake Spaghetti is a well-known comfort food of Nagoya. If you go to one of these restaurants during lunch time you will find it filled up with salarymen. This dish is very affordable and filling and good for Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 9, 2017
- My African Christmas[float=right][/float]I celebrated Christmas 2016 by sitting eight hours in a bus, before eating a magnifi Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Jan 8, 2017
- Taiwan Maze SobaThis is a famous dish invented in Nagoya by the "Menya Hanabi" ramen shop owner. Since Taiwan ramen is a famous dish of Nagoya, this is the dry version of it. You have the spicy sauce at the Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 5, 2017
- Akashi yakiAkashi yaki may look like takoyaki but it consists of more egg than batter. This is probably why most people who lives in Akashi city calls it "tamagoyaki" rather than Akashi yaki. However this is not to be Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 5, 2017
- Real Life SimCityIf you could build your own city, what would you build? How about a peace foundation, a five-star hotel and the biggest church in the world...
[float=right][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/396327/IMG_7836.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Dec 27, 2016
- Departure day I have lost all sense of time already...
We left our crisp - 15C, sunny and 20cm of fresh snow on Christmas day and from the Posted by Evanda in Vietnam | Dec 27, 2016
- Malaria![float=right][/float]Travelling through West Africa, I’ve come across a few people sever Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Dec 20, 2016
- Making the most of our 'extra day' As we had been up early every day so far, we decided to sleep in and have a slow morning. It was almost 11am before we ventured out of our room!! Thomas had food a cool little cafe that we Posted by vansantjordan in Jordan's Travel Blog | Dec 18, 2016
- The Last Train in West Africa[float=right][/float]Settling into the hard, blue plastic seats in the second class carriage is all Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Dec 17, 2016
- Keeping Score[float=right][/float]My passport has to stay at the Embassy of Côte d’Ivoire over the weekend. It's pre Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Dec 13, 2016
- The various types of friendships we form whilst...===We backpackers are a weird bunch of people aren't we? and that's not a bad thing at all, not in my eyes anyway...What I mean is, backpackers, travelers, nomads or what ever you want to call yourself - Like it Posted by av9901 in Forever roaming the world | Dec 9, 2016
- A Royal Audience[float=right][/float]Early evening, on the same day I finished my Dogon Country trek, I left Mali to the relati Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Dec 7, 2016
- A Winter Trip to FinlandAfter a long day of flying, flight delays, and more delays, we made it home from NM. We made it home, just in time to get unpacked and re-packed.
Years ago I saw an article and photos of glass igloos in Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Dec 3, 2016
- Animal Sacrifices, Millet Beer and the Dogons[float=right][/float]First, a concession: the Dogons are a very complicated group of people. They have uniqu Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Dec 2, 2016
- Waterfall Wonderland Getting out of the humungous man-made lake and out of the speedboat plus being careful not to slip was not an easy task. The waterfall trek was at the Sungai Ruok Waterfall. A 5 minute ride from where we stopped Posted by unsociable in The World Through An Introvert | Nov 23, 2016
- Dangerous Mali… Or is It...[float=right][/float]I’m not trying to talk down the risks of visiting Mali. Then again, I kind of Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Nov 27, 2016
- Travelling to a Warzone[float=left][/float]A few months before this blog post, the Da Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Nov 25, 2016
- River Rafting Here we have Amy, and her 3 raft members, Lea, Lexa and Baxter. We see them having a... RAFTING COMPETITION in the Belum State Park, which is also a man made lake, near Penang. This is the second half of Posted by unsociable in The World Through An Introvert | Nov 23, 2016
- Encapsulated by the Trees The islands around me felt like they were watching over me, and trapping me in this huge park. Going fast, in a speedboat, feeling the cold water as it splashed us all. The rain combining with the water made it Posted by unsociable in The World Through An Introvert | Nov 23, 2016
- The Orang Asli Tribe Seeing the lives of someone else, is also (ironically) life changing. Especially when they live in a different city, different country, and with different resources. The "Orang-Asli" tribe. "Orang Asli" in Malay, translates to "original people." They are Posted by unsociable in The World Through An Introvert | Nov 23, 2016
- On The WayOn the way to Belum State Park
The plane ride to Penang
It was the worst
It was like monkeys sang
I just wanted to burst
Onto the bus ride now
Struggling to catch up on sleep
I kept wondering, how?
Then I fell in deep...
Waking u Posted by unsociable in The World Through An Introvert | Nov 23, 2016