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  • From the Redwood Forest I went for a rainy, foggy hike in the Redwood Forest. The trees were, as expected, MASSIVE. And many of them hollow. So m Posted by katie_rose in My Own Backyard | Dec 16, 2014
  • Finding my wayThe last couple of months have gone both fast and slow. I have officially hit the 6 month traveling mark, it’s Christmas and New Year season (and you can’t walk a metre without being reminded of this in Colombia!), Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Dec 13, 2014
  • Living the high life in NYCWe landed at JFK around 2:30 in the afternoon on Saturday 25th October and by 4:30 we were at our hotel; The Roosevelt on the corner of East 45th Street and Madison Avenue. We hadn’t planned much on our first Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Nov 13, 2014
  • Anuradhapura/NegomboAnuradhapura proved to be the most interesting of the ancient cities, as well as the oldest, dating to approximately 400 BC. The city was abandoned after an invasion some 1300 years later, and the jungle took over until the British Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Nov 10, 2014
  • PerthToday my plan is to visit the Western Australia Museum and Art Gallery. I took the train downtown; took about 20 minutes. First stop, downtown Perth. It's a clean, modern city with a lot of arcades, malls and Posted by tdeits in Around the world in 2014 | Nov 7, 2014
  • Invalid ticket at AlhambraWe were in Granada visiting the most popular tourist attraction – Alhambra Palace. Visitors have to book tickets in advance as one may not get tickets if you just decided to walk in. This is because only a limited Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Nov 6, 2014
  • Korea Grand FinaleWith only one day left, I decided to head out of town on a train and take a look at the countryside. I headed for a popular tourist destination called Nami Island, which styles itself as the Nami Republic. Posted by tdeits in Around the world in 2014 | Oct 30, 2014
  • Park Guell - Out of a fairy tale book! Park Guel was initially planned and commissioned to be built as garden community with luxury homes away from industrial city but was an unsuccessful venture way back in early 1900s. It w Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Oct 16, 2014
  • Our Aussy Road tripTo start a road trip you need transportation! Starting point - Byron Bay [img=htt Posted by Cindy_bb in Australia | Oct 6, 2014
  • PeruLess than 48 hours after exams ended, two friends and I boarded a plane from Milan to Cusco, Peru. After a long journey of 37 hours (including a 7 hour layover in Miami Airport) we finally arrived in the old Posted by tvons in Third Culture Kid | Aug 23, 2014
  • Three Months of Adventures in Permaculture, Panama Edition:Well, just yesterday, we hit three months of working on our project here in Arenosa, Panama. The property, just over two acres, is basically bisected by a sidewalk. The owners have given us free reign over one side and asked Posted by jonathonengels in Jonathon Engels: A Life Abroad | Jul 20, 2014
  • A Camping Trip I Will Never Forget If you think camping in America is fun, then you are definitely right. Camping in the Philippines is a whole different story. First of all, it is already hot and humid all yea Posted by m_mendoza in A Day in The Life of Markeezy | Jul 5, 2014
  • BenicasimBenicasim. Most Brits have heard about Benicasim, a small town with a population of 18,098 located in the north of the Valencia Community in Spain, for its two very famous summer music festivals (FIB and Rototom). Actually, if you do Posted by slowwalker in Keep walking! | Jun 22, 2014
  • Throw some more mud on the fire motherWhen Christopher Columbus set off to discover the new world he left from Portugal. This was a very important decision. Had he departed from the Inner or Outer Hebrides we would never have had Fast Food, the Internet or Bottled Posted by Wheelspin in Who needs a holiday - I need sedatiation | Jun 9, 2014
  • Stick a purple carrot in the dykeHolland is actually the name of a region and former province in the Netherlands. I never knew that until I recently offended a guy simply by asking him directions. Usually I have to concentrate to offend effectively and wonder if Posted by Wheelspin in Who needs a holiday - I need sedatiation | Jun 4, 2014
  • Byways of St. Saviour and TrinityI choose this walk not only because of its great historical interest and beautiful woodland during spring time but for its challenging hills. Signing up for the Collas Crill Island Walk has meant that I need to get prepared for Posted by Adoni Mosquera in Walking - A Way of Discovering | Jun 4, 2014
  • Byways of St. Saviour and TrinityI choose this walk not only because of its great historical interest and beautiful woodland during spring time but for its challenging hills. Signing up for the Collas Crill Island Walk has meant that I need to get prepared for Posted by Adoni Mosquera in Walking - A Way of Discovering | Jun 4, 2014
  • Day 23: London to the Cotswolds Today my family and Uncle John traveled from downtown London to the rural Cotswolds. It was a beautiful day of 60 degrees and partly sunny skies. After another breakfast at our Premier Inn (make sure to say that name in your Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | May 14, 2014
  • Day 17: Tour of ParisAs the title suggests, today was another day touring the beautiful city of Paris. To be honest, Paris is exponentially cleaner, friendlier, and more unique than any typical American city. We took a Rick Steve's audio tour around our part of Posted by skwclar in Birding Around the World | May 8, 2014
  • Litchfield National Park (sorry no snappy title)We only have 2 full days in Darwin (some would say that is enough), so today was spent on a tour of the Litchfield National park. Whenever anyone thinks of Darwin, they mostly think of the Kakadu National Park, which Posted by jefranklin in James & Heather Travelogues | Mar 2, 2006
  • National Parks of Tasmania (3)I really was going to try to combine Tasmania into one or maybe even two posts, but here I am on the third post! And the third national park, Mount Fields National Park. A commonly missed national park, it's Posted by smr1188 in Postcards From the Heart | Apr 28, 2014
  • Praslin Island, the Paradise Seychelles is a 115 island country and there are many islands you can choose from, to stay, explore, drive, dive or you can just spend a day hoping between the islands! The most popular Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Apr 22, 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
  • The End is Nigh...The end is most definitely nigh...so I'm afraid to say, this one is a little long! If it helps, it's mostly pictures!! 😀 Ok so you thought our hiking days were done and dusted? Please no more tales of aching legs Posted by shaunandhan in The 'Round'-up | Apr 2, 2014
  • Siem Reap (Cambodia)[center]Oh my night bus! We booked a sleeper bus from Sihanoukville to Siem Reap (11.5 hrs) from 8pm at $19 each... After some very poor (but stereotypically Asian) management, we found 2 "beds" together and nestled in for the night. To describe our Posted by Lady Mantle in Living in Asia | Feb 27, 2014
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