Blog Entries tagged 'travel'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'travel'
- A Dream, DeferredWell, considering everything that has been going on in Egypt, pretty much everybody was apprehensive about us going there. I guess I'm just too dumb/stubborn/naive, because I probably would have gone anyway, but Kristine didn't feel comfortable and this Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Sep 14, 2012
- A Coffee and Cannoli Overlooking Stromboli “Mangi mangi”, the Old Italian Nonna living in my head says as I attack a family-sized pizza at 1:30am. Yes, a whole one and yes I had already had dinner, but the imaginary Nonna also tells me,
“Mangi bambino, Posted by The Tipsy Gipsy in The Tipsy Gipsy | Sep 12, 2012
- The First Stretch of the JourneyWhen it comes to traveling, someone always seems to have some sort of nightmarish story of the worst travel experience of their life: they were seated next to a screaming baby on a flight that was delayed 4 hours and Posted by Lindsey308 in Erin Go Bragh | Sep 10, 2012
- Land of the head hunters...Borneo!Kuching, Borneo - First stop on our whirlwind tour of South East Asia.
The reason Kuching was on our itinerary was because Ken gave me a list of a few of the things he wanted to see and do during Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Sep 9, 2012
- The Yellow-brick Road:Okay, so here is the first entry to my blog. On the 15th of October 2012 I will be ambarking on the journey of my life. I will be heading to the far-off lands of 'Oz'tralia and South East Asia. Posted by Nelson.86 in Half Empty. . . | Sep 7, 2012
- Visiting the Sea of Galilee!The Sea of Galilee, also Kinneret, Lake of Gennesaret, or Lake Tiberias, is the largest freshwater lake in Israel, and it is approximately 53 km in circumference, about 21 km long, and 13 km wide. Yes, the Sea of Galilee Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Sep 4, 2012
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Tubing 'finished' by Laos.
(Note to fellow Travellerspoint.com users: please excuse disruption to my blogging order, but this may impact your travels)
As of the last week, the Communist administration of LAO P.D.R have been closing down the popular 'Tubing' town of Vang Vieng. Posted by Jamie V in The Voyages Of Venning | Sep 2, 2012
- 17 days and counting...I am soon to be heading over to the USA on what will be a whirlwind trip through Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas and New York...
It will be a blast going with one of my best friends, Maja, on Posted by Sarah_giak in ....Wanderlust.... | Aug 31, 2012
- The Best Place to See Pandas in China[center][/center][center][/center][center][/center]
Since the earthquake in Sichuan Province (2008) there are two good places to see pandas – one in the Panda Research Centre in Ch Posted by ReadyClickAndGo in ReadyClickAndGo's Blog | Aug 26, 2012
- First postI have just created a new travel blog and given it a temporary name as well! I am so excited about going to India with Vicky in less than a month!!! We still need to figure out how to add Posted by jeanetteindia in Around India in 80 Days | Aug 22, 2012
- Work... but thinking of travels!We are running from here two different projects.
The first project is design of Application (medical) for iPad. Application itself is serious, just business, I don't think it will be interesting for you. But the man after it - just a Posted by vanessa in Wien aka Vienna | Aug 12, 2012
- Back At The Top...StillAlthough I have, to a large degree, been able to stay in the moment and not get too far ahead enough to lose sight of the present, I'm sad to say that I have not had many "[[http://dondenathan.travellerspoint.com/7/|Let the Posted by DondeNathan in Living to Live | Aug 5, 2012
- The Wild Wild West
I was browsing the Internet when an article popped up on Yahoo. “Mexico: The most dangerous country to visit.” I had recently explored the Mayan Riviera and [b]the only dange Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Aug 3, 2012
- Cusco, Perú - Observations & RevelationsSince our [[http://anvl.travellerspoint.com/41/|last post]] on our initial observations from Peru, we've left Yanahuara in the Sacred Valley and settled into Cusco. To save you the hassle of [[http://wikitravel.org/en/Cuzco|pulling up]] [[http://en.wikip Posted by noahv in The Journey is the Reward | Jul 31, 2012
- Back to School- Teaching English at the Secondary School
Over the course of my last few blog’s, I have had a focus on Mexico and my adventures in it. Though Mexico and its many adventures has been an amazing experience, [b]I am also here to vo Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 30, 2012
- 1 Jeep, 2 Teenage Boys and 3 Weeks in Turkey==There comes a time in life with children when only 1 is left at home. This one is now a Teenager and absolutely does not want to come on holiday with parents alone. So, deciding to go on a trek Posted by TravelnTurkey in Travel In Turkey | Jul 27, 2012
- Formula One in a Toyota (part two)Rwanda’s poetical name, “The Land of a Thousand Hills”, is deserved and understated. The country consists of hills and nothing but hills. This is a very fertile region of Africa, and each hill displays its own evocative medley Posted by mjsimek in Les Deux Congos | Jul 26, 2012
- What is an "intercambio" at Casa HOY?
For many people in the Spanish speaking study abroad world, “intercambio” means a semester abroad in another country. Literally, the word means “exchange or swap.” For us here Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 25, 2012
- Salsa Dancing with Casa HOY
In college, my fellow Spanish majors and I would get dressed up-ish and step on toes in Latin clubs around the Triad area, just excited to practice our Spanish. [b]I would sha Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 25, 2012
- Formula One in a Toyota (part one)
Breakfast in Ethiopia, lunch in Rwanda, and dinner in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Beat that, Dr. Livingstone!
The flight from Addis to Kigali was gorgeous and uneventful. Green gave way to sand quite suddenly as we entered Posted by mjsimek in Les Deux Congos | Jul 22, 2012
- Chapter sixty nine - Somewhere between Koh Lanta and BangersDay 252: Somewhere between Koh Lanta and Bangkok, Thailand 07/06/2012
Wake up to find the rain is just unrelenting. As well as coming through the ceiling, the water is finding its way through the wiring and out via the sockets and Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Jul 15, 2012
- Chapter sixty six - A bus somewhereDay 243: Somewhere in Northern Malaysia, Malaysia 29/05/2012
Wake up late again and enjoy the benefits of our luxury room. A look out of the window reveals a grey, murky day with little potential for the beach, so over a spot Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Jul 15, 2012
- A Little Celebration of Life Before the Drive HomeWhat a difference a couple of years made. Grandkids helped so much with the packing up. It used to be that it would take us hours to get Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 14, 2012
- Unusual Arrival, A Night in Dar es Salaam and Charity
There was confusion among the various nationalities filling out forms or waiting around at the visa counter in the Dar es Salaam airport. There was a system, but it was immed Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Jul 5, 2012
- Balkan Beats at the Circus in Cuernavaca
I only went to the circus a few scant times in my childhood. I was awed mostly by the animals, and by anything that had to do with flexibility in high places. I also had the p Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 7, 2012