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  • ON THE WAY TO THE ATACAMA DESERTWe stopped in La Serena before heading North to break up the journey. There are a lot of astronomical observatories in the area and I was hoping to do some star-gazing but unfortunately it was cloudy so we weren't able Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Mar 26, 2016
  • India: Observations and CuriositiesAs we were travelling around India, like a good little pretend-journalist I noted down any little things that peaked my interest and I have listed them below. I don't know whether these idiosyncrasies are exclusive to India or whether or Posted by advensha in Advensha | Feb 15, 2016
  • First things firstSo here I am, planning my first big girl solo vacation. I mean, unless you want to count that one time I drove 3000 miles to nowhere Texas on a whim because all my friends cancelled our spring break plans. Posted by katori in New girl on the trail | Feb 12, 2016
  • Step FiveHey everybody! It’s been way too long and we have SO much to update you on. Our last post was about the American Halloween experience. Very shortly after that (Nov. 2nd), we hit the road for our first U.S. roadtrip. Posted by Tool Box in The first steps and beyond | Jan 19, 2016
  • I walked behind a waterfall I can feel billions of mist particles crashing on my skin as I enter the proximity of the force. My bare feet walk on the moss-covered rocky surface. Holding on to the attached ropes Posted by stenivan in Wandering Sten | Nov 24, 2015
  • Step ThreeHey guys, 3 weeks and one day in! Sorry for the late post but we had a lot stuff to do! The most important thing: our little girl is already sitting up and being very comfortable with using her hands! We Posted by Tool Box in The first steps and beyond | Oct 29, 2015
  • Waitomo Caves - cave adventures and glowwormsI guess quitting my job to come travelling was all about facing fears and pushing myself further. [center][/center] So when Chris suggested we do the Black Abyss Tour at Waitomo Caves Posted by emmaabroad in New Zealand | Oct 26, 2015
  • People don’t take trips, trips take people.Blog Entry 4 – Siem Reap The Chatuchak Bus Terminal looks like a confusing open-plan mess when you first enter, but if you spend 5 minutes looking around you realise a more accurate term would be organised chaos, with counters for Posted by kay_bramm in GetLost | Sep 29, 2015
  • Gas Masks in the AltitudeWe were sad to be leaving Colombia. It is an amazing and diverse country. We really haven't seen the full extent that it has to offer and already are planning to go back. Our next Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Sep 22, 2015
  • Our Journey to The Lost City To be honest we were pretty scared when we set off with our little daypacks for our five-day Lost City trek. We had heard how gruelling it was and we hadn’t trained at all before we hea Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Aug 30, 2015
  • Baler, Aurora 102013I started traveling back in 2013 for a reason that a lot of us can relate to, mending a broken heart. I never thought that being outside traveling, going places, meeting new people, trying new things or just simply living Posted by moonlitskies in Read At Your Own Risk | Nov 2, 2015
  • EcoZip - whizzing across Waiheke Island at 60km/hrYEAH! My first blog about New Zealand. [center][/center] Well, it was about bloody time as I've been here a month now. I've packed so much in I don't even know where the days have gone. I've been on so man Posted by emmaabroad in New Zealand | Aug 25, 2015
  • Spending the Winter in SydneyIt's been a while since I updated my blog! The last couple of months I have been working in a [[|little coffee shop]] in Darlinghurst, Sydney to save up some money for my/our next road trip. The pl Posted by JulieSm in Heading to the Kimberley | Aug 16, 2015
  • “People don’t take trips, trips take people.” [b][/b]People wrote plenty of different blogs about travelling. Some of them exciting, some are funny, another one are boring and full of unnecessary info. But no matter how they are and what you read, it will never substitute to you Posted by beautyeyes in Notes of Cheerful Pilgrim | Aug 12, 2015
  • Parenthesis[center][/center] After months in Mexico City I ached for some movement. So when friends in Berlin confirmed my spot working in Fusion, I jumped at the chance. Here's some of Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Aug 7, 2015
  • Nord KappWe made it! We reached our destination. The goal for this driving holiday was to reach the most northern point of mainland Europe, and we did it. [center][/center] Actually we reached Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Jul 20, 2015
  • Take only memories, leave only footprintsBlog 3.5 Bangkok 2 [i]The next morning I was up early, had breakfast and booked another couple of nights at 3Howw on the Hostelworld app. I left Bodega, and walked the quick way (now I knew my way around the area) Posted by kay_bramm in GetLost | Jul 8, 2015
  • Just a Little IntroThe easiest way of introducing myself is by going through the spiel I've found myself repeating hundreds of times over the last few months: "Hi, I'm Sian. I'm from Salisbury. It's in the UK. South of England. Kind of in the Posted by sianemmett in Sian's Big Adventure | Jul 6, 2015
  • So what's in Billund?THIS: After we crossed the Danish Border, we were heading to Billund, and then as we approached Legoland we explained to the kids that we would be visiting Legoland the next day, and t Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Jul 4, 2015
  • Good byes suck.I've been working on this entry for over a week. I've been putting it off due to the topic. But here it is, finally. Enjoy. ---- [i][b]Today's the day I (am forced to) say good bye to Africa (for now). It's Posted by AnnaBrad in This is Africa. | Jun 28, 2015
  • How Nature and Architecture Combines In Taipei===Apart from the concrete city, there are a lot of natural site merging with the human architecture that you really should visit around Taipei. Beautiful beaches with cafés and bars along the seaside, towns built on a very sloppy Mountain, Posted by alex44620 in The Wanderlust Adventures | Jun 19, 2015
  • The Food You Cannot Miss In Taipei===Out of the many reasons why you should pack your bags and head to Taipei now, here is one of the many reasons I think is the most attractive about Taipei. As a modern city just as same as many Posted by alex44620 in The Wanderlust Adventures | Jun 18, 2015
  • Brainstorm, book and go! '===Who'd have thought I would actually book it....===' After long conversations with my closest friends and family I was ready to book my first long distance, travelling, holiday, alone. I had no idea where i wanted to go or what i Posted by Tribuzio in My gap fortnight and a half! | Jun 6, 2015
  • Welcome to our Alaskan Adventure- Ty Campbell & Kelli SolockWe are two public school teachers in Chattanooga, Tennessee who enjoy teaching a diverse community of students. We will explore Alaska's coastal wilderness and interact with different cultures as we gain knowledge about local environmental concerns. Ou Posted by CampbellSolock in Alaska Adventure 2015 | May 29, 2015
  • Hola from Mexico City (Part 2)Sunday started off with another early wake-up....This time it was 6am instead of 5am! I'm calling that progress. Yay!! Things work on a slower time here. Breakfast at our hostel we discovered takes about an hour. We arrive and chill Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | May 26, 2015
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