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  • The Mighty Mekong Some Facts * The Mekong is the 12th longest river in the world * It flows from the Tibetan Plateau, through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam * It flows into the South China Sea in Vietnam * Sue Perkins loves it and Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Mar 9, 2018
  • Muscat - Sur - Ras el JinzThe breakfast buffet this morning is huge, with choices of various breads, Indian, English, American and Middle Eastern dishes, plus Continental cold meats / cheese and cereals. [img= Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 14, 2018
  • Mexican standoff with the taxi==Day 14 Kerala Backwaters > Fort Kochi > Mumbai== Did I appreciate the 5am / 05:00 wakeup call by the local cockerill? You can answer this. Then as the sun rose listening to the birds, motors of the passing house boats, dogs Posted by bruceontour in India 17-18 | Mar 4, 2018
  • Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh CityCross Like a Cow, Not Like a Cat Craig McLaughlin Hanoi The traffic in Hanoi is notorious. It’s a little bit busy to say the least. Crossing the road requires a leap of faith for us Westerners. The best advice we were given Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Feb 28, 2018
  • An island tour[center] Landscape north of Praia[/center] While our bed at the Hotel Perola was very comfortable, we both woke early because of some noise on the road outside - the perils of a Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Feb 20, 2018
  • A full and fabulous day!===Making the most of the Hakone Free Pass=== [center] At Owakudani Hot Springs[/center] [float=right][img= Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 8, 2013
  • Dirt Roads and Ferry Crossings“It’s not the easy roads you remember, it’s always the challenging ones” Peter Fisher It started easy enough. An early morning Long Tail boat ride to see a sunken temple and an abandoned temple. A little contemplation and avoiding buying Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Jan 28, 2018
  • On the Road to Sukhothai Bike Collection Before going anywhere there was the small matter of collecting our motorcycle from the customs at Bangkok Airport. A task described by our leader Richard as[b] Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Jan 23, 2018
  • Bangkok 20 million tourists visit Thailand every year. Most pass through Bangkok Bangkok has a population of 8.281 million Bangkok is one if not the most popular cities in the world to visit. It’s interesting how quickly things become OURS. Arr Posted by Mick G in SE Asia Overland Adventure | Jan 17, 2018
  • Best of 2017 (5) Sports travel is my last category. 2017 wasn’t a big year for sports travel. I’d given up my involvement with ice hockey’s governing body, so that cut out the trips Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jan 19, 2018
  • The last least for this trip The view as we fly out of Heathrow/London and back towards the U.S. We arrived back in the states and I immediately caught a cold. It happened on the plane or I got back Posted by Bill Hall in Taking a blind shot 2017 | Jan 13, 2018
  • Best of 2017 (2)This category is for transport other than flights - the Edinburgh Airport buses and the occasional taxi don’t count! I had my share of Calmac ferry trips - again... this has become a trend! Eigg, Islay, Colonsay and Arran were on Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jan 9, 2018
  • By Metro to the coast: South ShieldsSouth Shields is one of several seaside resorts in the north east of England, strung out along the coast north and south of the River Tyne, and like others has enjoyed something of a resurgence in recent years, helped by Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 25, 2017
  • Touring San PedroOriginally I thought the cruise was going to leave from San Diego which would have been great as I have never been there. I've never been to San Pedro either, but it isn't as much of a tourist destination. Posted by greatgrandmaR in 2017 Group Cruise to Hawaii | Oct 23, 2017
  • A walk to Ouseburn[center] View looking back towards the city from Ouseburn[/center] In recent years the development that first started around the central part of the Quayside has spread e Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 17, 2017
  • Beautiful BrizzieI continue with our drive up from Sydney to Cairns, which mostly consisted of stunning beaches one after another, and I apologize that I didn’t note down the names of all the beaches. We tried stopping off at a couple Posted by piglet44 in From Melbourne to Cairns | Oct 21, 2017
  • Sydney and beyondWe had high hopes of iconic Sydney and were not disappointed. For a start it was a whole lot warmer than Melbourne. From our air bnb apartment we got a bus downtown (our friendly Airbnb host Norman, born Posted by piglet44 in From Melbourne to Cairns | Oct 21, 2017
  • Six weeks Down Under- Things I loved about Australia: Friendliest and most open people in the world -Amazing scenery – Ease of getting about -Clean and convenient ( never had to wait for a bathroom!)- the noise the traffic lights make (kind of like Posted by piglet44 in From Melbourne to Cairns | Oct 20, 2017
  • Atlantas. Svantė, Sanna ir Kapitonas Kukus[i]Ante Scriptum: Žemiau pateiktas tekstas yra dalis didesnio straipsnio, kuris vasarą buvo paruošta spausdinimui naujame žurnale ir galbūt kažkur kažkada pasirodys - su leidėjų padarytais straipsnio pakeitimais. Visokias abrakadabras ir pamąstymus apie b Posted by gramas in MENKĖ PO LOVA | Oct 18, 2017
  • Backpacking Australia: My overview This page is my overview of backpacking Australia, covering the East coast, some tips, general things to know, transport and accommodation options, general costs and my over Posted by av9901 in Forever roaming the world | Oct 8, 2017
  • Hamilton Island Enjoying the beautiful sunset from our own balcony Posted by Stocksdownunder in Stocks Down Under | Oct 7, 2017
  • More Fresh FishOur accommodation for this town is in a converted riad - a home with an inner courtyard & fountain. Lovely decor - all Posted by otisandma in I Wasn't Expecting THAT! | Sep 28, 2017
  • Cruise time!!First day in Halong Bay! It is BEAUTIFUL, one of those places where pictures simply don't do it justice. Great weather too. We arrived at the pier around noon and had lunch on the boat on the way to a Posted by bsantos1991 in Southeast Asia 2017 | Sep 20, 2017
  • The Maldives - 2017Our flight from Colombo in Sri Lanka to Male Maldives took less than ninety minutes. From Male we would then transit by speedboat to the island of Baros for four nights and days of unprecedented luxury following a busy 12 Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Sep 20, 2017
  • Sri Lanka - 2017Having spent an amazing holiday in Northern India back in 2014 thoughts for future trips had touched on Kerala in Southern India but we had a curiosity for the island of Sri Lanka and when it came to making a Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Sep 20, 2017
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