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  • Loch Doon a tourist hot spot Loch Doon is bit of a tourist hotspot. It is connected by a single-track well maintained winding road with passing places to the main highway near Dalmellington. The loch boasts a new Café, the Roundhous Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Aug 28, 2021
  • Strathblane Falconry and Mugdock Country Park My wife and I spent two nights in Strathblane, staying at the Kirkhouse Inn. Strathblane is an area only 30 minutes north of Glasgow. The transformation from city to country is however complete. It is an area of narrow roads, Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Aug 24, 2021
  • When you have a weekend for yourself[float=right][left]A big story coming through.. Feel free to just enjoy the photos if you don't have the patience to read 😉 I decided in a sudden moment of the spur that I should go somewhere.. I decided to go to Kotagiri.. Posted by Smile Architect in The Journey of the Smile Architect | Aug 16, 2021
  • Enchantress of Manali, Himachal PradeshManali, the paradise of running streams, fairytale cottages and Postcard views is nestled amongest the Himalayas. Amidst the hilly slopes of fog-covered mountains, Manali was once known as the "end of the inhabitable World". Today, the enchanting town is Posted by Gaurav sharma in THE BEAUTY OF HIMACHAL | Aug 3, 2021
  • Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the waterYes, I've been waiting forever to use a Jaws (2) tagline for my blog.... So while I made a big deal about 'Doing the Galapagos on the cheap', there were some things I really wanted to do or see. Firstly, I Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jul 20, 2021
  • Doing the Galapagos Islands on the CheapThe main reason I had come to Guayaquil was as a stop on the way to the Galapagos Islands. To come all this way and not visit them seemed insane to me, but I have limited money and everyone was Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jul 15, 2021
  • Literal highs and lowsSo it must have been longer than I thought since my last blog post as I was talking about day 48 then and I've now passed 50. The journey so far Banos continued to be a great time as I travelled Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jul 11, 2021
  • Chitwan- gharial spottingOctober 4th Chitwan, Nepal We got up bright and early, as requested, for a quick bite to eat at 6.30 am, before we took a short jeep ride down to Rapati (East Rapti) river. Chitwan Royal National Park in the Terai subtropical Posted by PetersF in Himalayas Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet | Jul 5, 2021
  • Isle of May & Bass RockThese is a long story behind my gannet workshop to Bass Rock off the Scottish east coast, starting with one of our very first  first motorhome trips; during which we got as far as Sheffield before the van broke down. Instead Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Jun 9, 2021
  • Irvine Harbour and the Scottish Maritime Museum Irvine's harbour was one of the most important ports in Scotland in the 16th century. Much of the harbour went into decline in the 19th century when Glasgow, Greenock and Port Glasgow achieved higher pr Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Jun 24, 2021
  • Two weeks down*Before I start the blog* I've been trying to include more photos to the blog this trip, but this post isn't really about my travels over the past few days as I just travelled back from La Fortuna to San Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jun 2, 2021
  • Wet Hot American SummerI've been trying to get these out every other day, it seemed to work, until I hit a day so devastating in it's blandness that I have absolutely nothing to say about it. It was the rain. The bloody RAIN. Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | May 29, 2021
  • Jungle Love Pt 2 - Night Time LovingI was talking with Mum this morning about how this trip so far has been one good day followed by one bad day, then repeat. I said how it would be nice to have two good days in a row, Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | May 26, 2021
  • 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
  • Chile Patagonia II24th Feb Horseback ride Lago Nordenskjöld/ Mt Almirante Nieto Posted by PetersF in Chile | Apr 5, 2021
  • Chile : Patagonia I22nd Feb Transfer to Hosteria Las Torres, Torres del Paine; semi-private with Lunch at Cerro Negro Ranch. 23rd Feb Full Paine + Glaciar Grey. Puente Negro, Nordenskjöld and Sarmiento Lookout, Lake Pehoé, Salto Grande waterfall, Lago Grey, Grey Glacier bo Posted by PetersF in Chile | Apr 5, 2021
  • Belize : Macal RiverTuesday 30th July morning Canoeing on the Macal We left Pooks after breakfast to head back down to San Ignacio. This time we did not take the lower bridg Posted by PetersF in Belize | Feb 21, 2021
  • Peru : Tambopata rainforest Wednesday 29th August – Rainforest Ines knocked on our “door” at 4.30ish and we both got up (as I knew Steve would when he thought about it), got dressed, grabbed a coffee and some fruit, before heading down with the others Posted by PetersF in Peru | Feb 28, 2021
  • Peru : Into the Amazon Tuesday 28th August – Into the Rainforest We had a leisurely early morning and even a chance to have a dawn walk to the plaza (very pretty, and quiet) before Posted by PetersF in Peru | Feb 28, 2021
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  • Peru : Colca Canyon condorsWednesday 22nd August – Colca Canyon We used our alarms to wake us, as there was NO WAY we’d naturally wake at 5 am. Breakfast (in the dark, but filling) at 5.30am and collection by bus at 6am. We passed the Posted by PetersF in Peru | Feb 27, 2021
  • Peru- ParacasFriday 17th August – Down the coast to Paracas We drove back to the hotel and decided we just had time to have a light lunch there. We explained that we didn’t have much time to the waiter, so he brought Posted by PetersF in Peru | Feb 27, 2021
  • Belize : Hidden Valley WalkThursday 1st August- Creeks, waterfalls and birds We had been quite busy on outings up to now, so we had planned a rest day (for us this is NOT a lie by the pool day, just a get out under our Posted by PetersF in Belize | Feb 21, 2021
  • Belize : Hidden ValleyTuesday 30th July afternoon Butterfly Falls We drove out of San Ignacio with Issi from Pook’s Hill, and soon turned onto the usual unpaved road. As we headed upwards we passed the turn to Caracol and the forest gave way Posted by PetersF in Belize | Feb 21, 2021
  • Belize/ Guatemala Monday 29th July Guatemala and Tikal We woke at a normal time for a change and went for breakfast, lovely fruit (a white, sweet one called breadfruit from the mulberry family) and scrambled egg. Our American colleague came to join us Posted by PetersF in Belize | Feb 21, 2021
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