Blog Entries tagged 'travel'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'travel'
- Maralal - Naivasha - Nairobi - Brussels - London - Bristol Day eight of our Journey to the Jade Sea with [[http://www.undiscovered-destinations.com/?gclid=Cj0KEQjwtO2wBRCu0d2dkvjVi5cBEiQAMEIVGZuMmcLMhdap1pD9W6wYIzvP4Z7E6ofRtFxSn5J2rjQaAt7b8P8HAQ|Undiscovered Destinations]].
What a difference a cool room makes! Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 16, 2015
- Kingdom of HeavenTanzania is the largest country in East Africa and contains the highest mountain and largest lake on the continent. For me, Tanzania was also the last country on the way back to my home in Kampala and I felt growing Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Oct 11, 2015
- Day 1 - Casablanca & the BurbsHaving issues with the processor on my tablet & unreliable connections - please visit www.Instagram. com/raincitygirl_travels for notes and photos until further notice. PLEASE subscribe to Kathi's blog in the interim - you'll love her humorous perspecti Posted by RainCityGirl in Morocco 2015 | Oct 9, 2015
- The Sea InsideAs I already mentioned in the last entry, I didn't have the best start in Malawi. Our bus was really delayed, so that I didn't get till Lilongwe until around 8pm and ended up in a very weird hostel, Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Oct 7, 2015
- YVR to YYZ to CMN
WOW. We booked this trip over a year ago - how time flies when you are over 40!
Today I depart Vancouver for Toronto where I will meet Kathi and board a flight destined for Casablanca. We Posted by RainCityGirl in Morocco 2015 | Oct 5, 2015
- Lake TurkanaDay six of our Journey to the Jade Sea with [[http://www.undiscovered-destinations.com/|Undiscovered Destinations]].
The wind certainly kept us awake in the night, rustling through the palms, banging tree branches against each other, sending the wind g Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 14, 2015
- Around the World in 80 DaysAs I had decided to skip my originally planned visit to South Luangwa National Park (there are only so many safaris you can do in a given time), my time in Zambia consisted of a jaw dropping swim in the Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 30, 2015
- The Greatest Show on EarthZimbabwe is the fastest-shrinking economy in the world outside a war zone and the signs of that were visible all over Southern Africa. In Namibia, in Botswana, even in Mozambique, I frequently met Zimbabwens that had gone there to find Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 28, 2015
- Selecting hostels when traveling solo
This is my first post ever. Nothing fancy. Nothing elaborate.
This summer I got a chance to go on my first ever solo trip. I have travelled places with friends and family. Bu Posted by shahaashka in Euro Trippin | Sep 26, 2015
- Solo Female Travel: Is It Advisable?As Albert Einstein rightly puts it,
" The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before."
He is Posted by Tthetraveler in Tthetraveler | Sep 26, 2015
- A List Of Travel TipsA List Of Travel Tips are follow by Numerous individuals spend their vacations traveling either in-nation or abroad and discover it can be a muddled difficulty to recall every one of those little points of interest before leaving home, Posted by remisame in Travel,Tips, Advice and Hints | Sep 26, 2015
- Out of AfricaVast, thinkly populated Botswana is one of Africa's economic success stories and supposedly one of the world's fastest-growing economies, in large part due to the immense mineral wealth that lies beneath its sandy soils.
With the Okavango Delta, Botsw Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 25, 2015
- All Quiet on the Western FrontAll Quiet on the Western front
The Dunes around Sossusvlei
Namibia felt very similar to South Africa in many ways and yet very different Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 23, 2015
- A Tale of Two CitiesMy second stay in South Africa were a short three days around Cape Town that highlighted the huge differences within South Africa.
Cape Town is a beautiful city situated right at the ocean with majestic table mount ain in the background, Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 23, 2015
- 17 Interesting Facts About Thailand You Did not KnowThe Southeast Asian country of Thailand is a very well-known destination around the world. Majorly because of its beaches, sizzling nightlife, natural therapies (massages), and hospitality. However, there is a lot more attached to this country than just b Posted by NomadicDave in Travel Abroad For a Meaningful Purpose | Sep 22, 2015
- 20,000 Miles under the Sea
Mozambique is one the poorest countries in the world with an annual per capita income of around 300 US Dollar.
Getting int Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 20, 2015
- Into the Wild
Lion and lioness - not disturbed at all by the visitors around them
The adventure of traveling through Southern and East Africa began with Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Sep 20, 2015
- Nairobi - Equator - Isiolo - SamburuDay one of our private Journey to the Jade Sea with [[http://www.undiscovered-destinations.com/|Undiscovered Destinations]].
After last night's safety paranoia, the surroundings look peaceful and tranquil this morning as we explore the hotel grounds an Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 9, 2015
- YEG to YHZ to FRA then Beyond!So, September has come and that means Spencer and I headed to Germany! Travelling here meant a 11:15pm departure from Edmonton after reluctant farewells to friends and family. From Edmonton, Spencer and I flew into Halifax where we hungout for Posted by LucasDunbar in Wandering Thoughts | Sep 18, 2015
- Pingyao Ancient Town, Shanxi, China[center][/center]
We take the train from Xi'an, passing terraced fields, to the town! Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Nov 18, 2015
- The Tran-Siberian Railway (Moscow-Beijing)The Tran-Siberian railway is the passage way to the East...to the start of an adventure touring a world and culture that is entirely different to that in which one is used to in Europe. It's a world with different practices, Posted by Deanxc220 in It's all about the travel.. | Sep 15, 2015
- The Arctic maple icy waterNova Scotia is a beautiful and peaceful province located on the eastern most end of Canada, connected to the mainland only through a narrow piece of land. Although I've never really heard of it before, now I'm here, as a Posted by campnarakol in [email protected] | Sep 15, 2015
- Red lights, bikes and munchiesAmsterdam, wow. Where to start! Such a crazy fun city to start my Euro trip!
Amsterdam is a stunning city filled with so much history and so so many b Posted by kmklu1 in Kristina's Travel Blog | Sep 15, 2015
- P&O Pacific Pearl Cruise Review after 2015 Refit[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCXXBJV3U90|CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO]] Posted by lazytraveldays in Lazy Travel Days | Sep 7, 2015
- Think I'm turning JapaneseHaving left China, where the word and associated behaviours of manners must have been left out of the dictionary, I arrived in Japan...home of cleanliness and etiquette (Even the staff at 7 eleven convenience stores bowed as they served me Posted by stuhutchuk in A One Way Ticket To Bangkok | Sep 5, 2015