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  • Culzean Castle and Country Park Culzean Country Park established in 1969 formed the first in Scotland. This estate was once the playground of David Kennedy, 10th Earl of Cassillis – a man who was keen to impress with his wealth and status. Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | May 3, 2021
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  • Mongolia by horse - Gyatruun to Buureg[img= Posted by PetersF in Mongolia by horse | Feb 25, 2021
  • Thailand! Tha Rua Shrine-PhuketThankfully not everything was closed or locked down over December 2020, here in Phuket. I was able to get around and spend some time visiting some of the places I had promised myself to go. Here The Tha Rua Shrine, Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Feb 12, 2021
  • La dolce vitaThe morning of Wednesday, 13 November 2019 was yet another dismal, drizzly morning in Rome. Yet again I wasn’t terribly enthusiastic about leaving my comfortable hotel room. But leave I must for I had an important date. On Monday afternoon when Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Jan 24, 2021
  • Lorem IpsumLorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a Posted by webdeveloper11 in Blog 1 | Jan 15, 2021
  • Street Art and Art Village Rawai- PhuketSo finally able to get out and abut again, after heavy monsoon rains. I wander around the off beach road in Rawai to find a collection of street art and the Art Village. I think all types of street art are Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Nov 10, 2020
  • MISSING FEBRUARY'S CHILL[i]Written a long time ago (July 26, 2010) and was edited while I was in Vietnam. This is for the people who are just like me. Who get their inspiration from traveling. Who's healing a , broken heart. Who's trying Posted by moonlitskies in Read At Your Own Risk | Oct 21, 2020
  • Krefeld: Silk and Velvet and Modern ArtKrefeld – who would ever think of visiting? Krefeld is an industrial town on the edge of the Ruhr district, already on the left bank of the Rhine. A city without any sights worth mentioning, it seems. A city where Posted by Kathrin_E in Touring Germany and Surroundings | Oct 6, 2020
  • Tanjavur Palace- Tamil Nadu - IndiaPlease not this is the first slideshow video I did the software I used is different to what I use now. As are my Cameras. The Thanjavur Maratha Palace Complex, known locally as Aranmanai, is the official residence of the Bhonsle Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Sep 24, 2020
  • Kbal Spean-“River of a thousand lingas”Kbal Spean is an ancient Khmer site in Phnom Kulen National Park, a remote place located at considerable distance from Siem Reap and the main Angkor monuments. The site stretches out over a length of about 150 meters through the Posted by TheJohnsons in Cambodia | Sep 23, 2020
  • BarcelonaIn 2006 I took my daughter on her very first trip outside the UK, in fact her first aeroplane flight anywhere! The destination? Barcelona, we stayed in Vilinova La Geltru, but it was so very close by train to Barcelona we Posted by TheJohnsons in Europe | Sep 18, 2020
  • Tham Sam Rock Art in Phang NgaDuring the summer break and trying to dodge tropical storms, On my way home from Krabi we stopped at this much missed, but beautiful calm place . A real gem and worth the visit. We had the place to ourselves Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Sep 2, 2020
  • Tiger Cave Temple or Wat Tham SuaOne of the interesting places I visit during my summer break, down in Krabi. The walk up the stairs (1,237 steps) to the big Buddha footprint, was beyond me at the time of day we arrived, as it was beyond Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Aug 30, 2020
  • Surprising art works … and then home[center] Mandina Lodges sunrise[/center] We had a later start for today’s final outing with Amadou, so there was time for some photos from the decking Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 11, 2014
  • KERALA Today i m taking u all on d tour of "God's own place" i.e. Kerala which is situated on India's tropical Malabar coast. It is so called bcz of it's lush greenery & breathtaking sceneries. It is considered Posted by SonalTiwari in Travel therapy | Jul 20, 2020
  • A Little Bit About MeHello! My name is Maria Clara, and my story begins in the - rather huge city of - Rio de Janeiro. Living for my whole life as a carioca collaborated to way I see the world, being raised in such warm Posted by overtheseaside in wonderlusting | Jul 13, 2020
  • To Damaraland We left Swakopmund after another of Sam’s great breakfasts (best Swiss muesli ever!) and drove north along the coast. At Henties Bay our route led inland, but we detoured a little further up the coast Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 19, 2004
  • ‘King John was not a good man …’[center] The Magna Carta Memorial ‘King John was not a good man He had his little ways.’[/center] Or so A. A. Milne put it in his poem King John's Christmas. Th Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Jun 3, 2020
  • behaving like a real tourist coz that's just what we are!!!I don’t know what happened overnight, but unlike the previous night where I had the best sleep ever, tonight, I probably had the worst night of my entire trip. I couldn’t sleep at all, my nose kept running, my troat was Posted by Ils1976 in New Zealand | Jun 2, 2020
  • biking or zip lining, that’s the question?One day you get a bit depressed when you see rain, the next morning you wake up with a smile on your face when you see the sun shining. New Zealand is such a strange country and although I am Posted by Ils1976 in New Zealand | May 31, 2020
  • Singapore in a nutshellWe wanted to get as much out of one day in Singapore as we possible could, so this meant of course that we couldn’t sleep in. I set our alarm clock a few hours ago, but this time around it wasn’t Posted by Ils1976 in Terra Australis | May 17, 2020
  • Medical history, UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Berlin WallFirst up for me today was the fascinating Berlin Museum of Medical History at the Charité. [img= thumb= Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | May 14, 2020
  • How much sightseeing can one do in a day!?!Today is not a good day for a sleep in, but not that I mind too much, because we have a lot to do. Last night we made kind of a program and we intend to stick to it. Unfortunately the Posted by Ils1976 in Terra Australis | May 14, 2020
  • Melbourne in a dayMaybe it had something to do with all the early wake-up calls of the last couple of days, because for some strange reason I woke up at about 6 AM in the morning. But now there was no-one telling us Posted by Ils1976 in Terra Australis | May 12, 2020
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