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  • Hampi DaysIt's very difficult for me to remember what went on if i don't have something scribbled in my notebook. Well we got an train to Bangalore, upon which we met a lovely Indian girl who was studying geography and Posted by squeakylee in The Great Muppet Caper | Mar 17, 2013
  • Barcelona - The Magic MountainOur passion is cycling, to seek out the most spectacular and thrilling cycling routes that Barcelona has to offer. Want to really get off the tourist map? We’ll take you there with our cycling tours, tailored precisely to your tastes Posted by Oscarquin in On y va Barcelona | Apr 18, 2018
  • Real Madrid - Nos encanta España!The weather is HOT and we don't have air conditioning so trying to stay cool is a challenge - which we happily meet. We have AWESOME bars, restaurants and yummy food on our door step. Venturing out for Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | Aug 6, 2016
  • Sunrise over BaganFinally, we had enough energy to tackle a bike ride to see sunrise. The staff were up too so we could rent the bike for the dark and chilly venture. There was a little traffic but we stayed safe enough. Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Jul 29, 2016
  • Fun and games on Ometepe Island[float=right][/float]Dragging ourselves out of the San Juan del Sur vortex, we headed for Ometepe Isla Posted by TakeOnTheWorld in Central American Adventures | Jul 6, 2016
  • Scandinavia: The Cherry on Top of EuropeNormally, sitting on a train for 6-8 hours would not be considered vacation. Here in Norway, though, this is what it’s famous for, and thus it’s a perfect opportunity for me to put fingers to keys. I know that last Posted by jbolt in New Opportunities | May 19, 2016
  • We(talian)After a friend's birthday weekend trip to Dusseldorf, Germany, we embarked on what I would consider the best trip yet. Of course, I say that about every trip I go on, but Italy is something special. I've always wanted to Posted by jbolt in New Opportunities | Mar 30, 2016
  • AmsterdamThe first thing that comes to my mind after all this time when someone mentions Amsterdam are the canals, and walk I did along these 400 year old canals as often as possible during my stay in this lovely city Posted by Ceej in Around the world | Nov 1, 2015
  • Our Magical Hideaway in Bocas Del ToroWe arrived in Bocas Town starving, in our rush to leave the bug attack we hadn't really thought of food. We walked around and hoped we would find something within our budget on a Sunday afternoon…most things were $15.00 each! Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Aug 14, 2015
  • Go Slow...And Potentially Never Leave....We arrived in Caye Caulker in the early evening. It was a three hour boat ride to San Pedro Island where we went through Belize customs and then another 30min boat ride to Caye Caulker. It ended up being Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Jul 3, 2015
  • Back to Germany todayMünchen or as we know it Munich. We left Salzburg and headed for Munich. The rain remained but our day brightened up when we saw the Michael was our bus driver. Just in case you are wondering his hands are still Posted by tazzybbb in Turning Europe upside down | Jun 23, 2015
  • The Amsterdam wrap up The next day, and our final day in Amsterdam, we had to return the bikes. Getting back into Amsterdam proved almost as tricky as riding out. This time we also had our bags which made it Posted by Addy21 in A photo a day | Feb 28, 2015
  • Nuwara Eliya(See all the photos [[http://s981.photobucket.com/user/danseal/library/Sri%20Lanka/Nuwara%20Eliya%20-%20Little%20England|here]]. Password same as for the blog.) Much like the drive up into the mountains and plantations in India, the drive Posted by DanAndBells in Adventures with Danny & Bells | Apr 27, 2014
  • Colonia, UruguayWednesday 16th October We arrived in Colonia at about 6pm after a 3 hour bus ride from Montevideo. We arrived at our hostel to find it was swarming with teenagers. It turned out all but a couple of the rooms Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Oct 23, 2013
  • Jinmen IslandWe visited Jinmen which is a small Island between Xiamen and Taiwan. Its name literally translates to 'Golden Gate'. It is frequented by foreigners staying in China on a Tourist Visa that requires them to 'leave the country' every 90 Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Sep 14, 2013
  • Berlin Part 2After see the main center, many historical sites and memorials the rest of our time in Berlin was spent exploring the new and alternative sides to Berlin. The area that we were staying in, Friedrichshain, was previously in the east Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Sep 3, 2013
  • The Netherlands, Day Two[float=left][/float]Today was our second full day in Holland. As some of you may know, we've had a few house troubles, but thankfully we were able to reach an agr Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | May 29, 2013
  • Biking from Xpujil to Chetumal I left Xpujil at around 9 am, I had become quite attached to my little cabin, with it's shafting light coming through the cracks in the wooden walls and huge fan above my head keeping me cool. I hopped on Posted by Rose in Mexico in Enchanting Mexico | Jan 25, 2013
  • Crocodiles on mopeds and other tales from HanoiLast year's brief visit to Hanoi left a strong impression, even though Jen and I weren't able to make the most of our time there. Arriving straight from the Himalayas, we were tired and preoccupied by lists of errands. We Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Nov 20, 2012
  • The Great Bicycle Fiasco The Great Bicycle Fiasco began (not surprisingly) with a single thought. “I should get a bike.” Well, that thought blossomed, and I began to visualize the bike I was hoping to get. I like old bikes. Old bikes have more Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 3, 2012
  • Going placesSix countries in four months. Too much to take in? Too rushed? It certainly felt on occasions like we were stuck on a travel treadmill; a hamster's wheel of bus stations, taxi rides and departure lounges. On the flipside, he Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Feb 7, 2012
  • the Slowest Cyclist in Holland . . .When we left Amsterdam and by train to Maassluis, I was thinking about how flat Holland is and how much I was going to enjoy cycling around. Well, I may have been slightly mistaken as the truth is I Posted by cnmcgeehan in Charlie and Nellie | Oct 31, 2011
  • Veicoli a motore di piccoleWalking around the streets of Rome it was noticable, compared to New Zealand, the size of cars and number of scooters (not so much motor bikes). There is a lot less space and width oin many of the roads, so Posted by Gripnostril in How much leave.....? | Sep 5, 2011
  • A Day Off In Gustavus, AlaskaI had spent the last few hours running around the ship wondering why we were sailing at full speed with our “not under command” lights up. I was also wondering why I was the only one working the night shift Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jul 9, 2011
  • LINKS== 'Cycling is a great way to get around and a sport enjoyed by more than a million New Zealanders' == ==HOW TO CYCLE BETTER== [[http://www.nzta.govt.nz/resources/roadco Posted by Follow Me in Wellington Cycle Blog | Apr 9, 2011
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