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  • #-1 : The Start of Something==The Start of Many Adventures== Greetings, exalted guests, in the halls of Krim's Fiction. More precisely, in the nooks and crannies of my mind, the birthplace of too many fictitious worlds and adventures of disparate natures. This blog has been creat Posted by KrimFiction in Krim's Fictions | May 8, 2019
  • Miami here I come!Of all the weekends to come to Miami Florida I’ve picked the craziest!!!! It’s the last weekend of college spring break and it’s also Ultra Music Festival here which is a giant music rave over 3 days which draws 1000's Posted by mslaurajade in Travel adventures! | Apr 26, 2019
  • Beautiful Cuba Part 3This morning we headed off on a walking tour of Vinales which took us through local farms and beautiful countryside. Our guide was Alex and he was a real character, he told lots of really bad dad jokes but always had Posted by mslaurajade in Travel adventures! | Apr 14, 2019
  • Heading homeWe had an amazing vacation and adventure as a family and with our friends. Something that I will never forget or undervalue! There are few people that can travel so well together and I was so happy to share this Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jul 14, 2018
  • Last Day in SydneySo for our last full day in Sydney the group split up and did different things. Dave, Tracey and Jason went on a self guided tour of downtown Sydney; Joel, Emery, Zachary and Harper went to Bondi Beach and several Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jul 14, 2018
  • Exploring the Blue MountainsToday we explored the Blue Mountains - something I got to do 25 years ago as an exchange student. I hiked 4 days, biked 5 and canoed 2 days all self sufficient. Pack in, pack out. It was pretty intense. Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jul 3, 2018
  • Back to SydneySo we headed back to Sydney on Friday to stay at a house near Bondi Beach (arguably the most famous beach in Australia). We arrived at night and the house was nice but chilly. Not nearly as warm as it Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jul 2, 2018
  • Rainforeststation - Palm CoveThe day after our awesome wildlife tour with Alan we had a relaxed morning and headed up to a place called Rainforeststation to explore the animal park, go on a duck tour, watch several Aboriginal dances, throw a boomerang and Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jun 30, 2018
  • Camels 🐫 I’ll skip over most of the travel details but we got up at 2:30 am and traveled all day, arriving at remote Uluru at 3:30 pm. The highlight of the day was the camel ride. We also walked around Uluru. Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jun 24, 2018
  • HangzhouThe next day we had breakfast at the hotel, then Woody fetched us and took us to the train station. We had two small backpacks and Woody would hold onto the rest for us. Whilst waiting for our train, we Posted by chinaflyrox in Our adventures in China | Aug 14, 2017
  • Top Tips for driving an Ancient Camper Van around ItalyTop Tips for driving an Ancient Camper Van around Italy This year (2017) I decided to have more adventures with my little girl and so we set off to Italy for a month to visit friends, be with my love and Posted by Tizbab in Ancient Camper Travels in Italy | Aug 23, 2017
  • PORT BARTON UNDERWATER WORLDPort Barton is essentially off the grid. There are three generators that power the town from 6 pm to midnight. For the rest of the day there is no electricity. Internet is sporadic and very slow. Not sure Posted by RDILL in THE PHILIPPINES 2017 | Feb 25, 2017
  • Finally made it to CubaDespite my parents giving Billy and I money towards tickets for Christmas to go to Cuba, we had never found the ideal time to actually go. Billy and I were at a local pool bar in Cabarete when we Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jun 13, 2016
  • Colombia: Santander (Bucaramanga and San Gil)==Satander== To get you started, here is a video of my highlight in Santander: The state of Satander is marvellous! Th Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Mar 18, 2016
  • Selecting hostels when traveling solo This is my first post ever. Nothing fancy. Nothing elaborate. Here goes. This summer I got a chance to go on my first ever solo trip. I have travelled places with friends and family. B Posted by shahaashka in Euro Trippin | Sep 26, 2015
  • Red lights, bikes and munchiesAmsterdam, wow. Where to start! Such a crazy fun city to start my Euro trip! [center][/center] Amsterdam is a stunning city filled with so much history and so so many Posted by kmklu1 in Kristina's Travel Blog | Sep 15, 2015
  • Vivid Sydney 2015 - Part 4[center][/center] So for my last ever trip to Vivid Sydney 2015 I went to Martin Place, The Rocks and Walsh Bay. I was a woman o Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Jun 25, 2015
  • Hide and SeekHide and Seek in the abandoned resort may or may not have been one of my ideas… But when Mimi, a good friend of mine told me all about an abandoned resort that was her favourite place on earth – I Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Apr 27, 2015
  • FEB 25 SNORKEL KLEIN BONAIREKLiEIN BONAIRE ON THE WOODWIND We are picked up at 9:30 and by 10:00 are on our way to Klein Bonaire on the Woodwind, a 30 foot sailing catamaran. Klein Bonaire is a small Island about two kilometres off shore. It Posted by RDILL in Panama Bonaire Curacao 2015 | Feb 24, 2015
  • The land of bachataDad told me last night that I must write my next blog cos he can’t wait to read the stories of what has been happening. I told him that I am finding it really hard to know where to start Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Feb 16, 2015
  • 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
  • Sailing AwayI am a lover of public radio and Diet Pepsi who decided to take the passion I have for the new and the noteworthy to Zaragoza. With my heart sewn carefully my sleeve and a head full of hopes and Posted by mirandabarrie in To Sail, Not Drift | Sep 16, 2014
  • My time in Bozeman, MontanaMy time in Bozeman, Montana was so amazing. The place itself is really cool as it is set in the plains surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges. In the way that Auckland is named City of Sails, Montana is named Big Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Sep 13, 2014
  • PLAYA DEL CARMENThere wasn’t much to report yesterday given we spent 12 hours traveling! It really wasn’t as bad as expected but at one point we did considering trying to fly. We left Caye Caulker at 7 am by boat back to Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 21, 2014
  • WALKING ACROSS BORDERSWith a much shorter journey on our plate, we were able to sleep in a little, relax, drink the wonderful Guatemalan coffee and explore the island of Flores. We both woke shortly after seven and took our time having breakfast Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Jul 15, 2014

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