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  • Chapter-6`There is no real ending. Its just the place where you stop the story`- Frank Herbert >Good morning Posted by Ronaksinha3007 in The travelling soul | May 15, 2022
  • Blair Drummond Safari ParkMy wife and I had rented a cottage in Callandar and from there we made the short drive to Blair Drummond Safari Park. It is a family visitor attraction located near Stirling which opened on 15 May 1970. It is Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | May 10, 2022
  • Ong Ang Street Art-BangkokDuring my recent visit to Bangkok, just after Songkran, I made sure not to miss this colourful canal walk between Chinatown and Rattanakosin If you know me, you must be aware of my fascination for colorful and fascinating street art. I Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Apr 30, 2022
  • Exploring FunchalAfter an enormous breakfast we set off down the hill to walk along the seafront in Funchal. We started by the harbour and walked along the busy promenade past the cable car station ending up by the colourful Forte de Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Jan 31, 2022
  • Escape to MadeiraOur original plans were to travel a lot further afield to Asia but as the news became more and more grim as Covid 19 gained ground we decided that 2 weeks in Madeira would be a more sensible option and Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Jan 31, 2022
  • Amsterdam2020 - 2021 memories of the past Ever since my last trip to Israel in March 2020, I must admit I dreamed a lot of new destinations to travel to, but then COVID hit Europe and made sure all my travel Posted by Ils1976 in The Netherlands | Jan 20, 2022
  • The sneaky charm of MeridaMerida is not a city that hits you over the head with its beauty. As our bus was driving through the city, we passed block after block of faded and crumbling structures, and even our short cab ride to our Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Jan 17, 2022
  • MilanAfter 3 days in Turin, we got on one of Italy's not so great trains and headed towards the economic capital of Milan. I had high hopes for this part of the trip and to put it simply it did Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 6, 2021
  • TurinOne important thing to be aware of when visiting northern Italy is the weather. Although the country is often seen as a sunny Mediterranean resort, this isn't the case up north. Located just south of the snowy alps, Turin can Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 6, 2021
  • design your own racing suit | Moto Speeds LLCMoto Speeds springs from a tradition of finest leather craftsmanship. For us, the craft of making quality leather goods is transfer from one generation to another. Processing, dying and stitching leather to create a wide range of durable products is Posted by motospeeds in leather racing suit | Moto Speeds LLC | Sep 8, 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
  • Dalgarven Mill countryside museum[center][/center] The mill is situated at Dalry Road, Kilwinning, Ayrshire in a secluded hollow just off the main Glasgow to Kilwinning Road, only 25 minutes’ walk from Kilwinning Town Centre. The monks Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Aug 21, 2021
  • Change of Scene, V2 I have gone away again. I was in Dundee this time. I cannot r Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Aug 16, 2021
  • New York City - Part IIWe wanted to explore NYC and boy did we explore NYC! Over the next two days we went to (in chronological order): * Johnny's Luncheonette, Chelsea (breakfast) * Maddison Square Park * New York Public Library * Empire State Building * St. Patrick's Posted by elchicocarlito in Travel in The Time of COVID | Aug 12, 2021
  • Heading South to Explore North CarolinaSample Itinerary - Day 1: Biltmore, sunset dinner in Asheville - Day 2: Great Smoky Mountains hiking, dinner in Waynesville  --> Clingmans Dome (loved these views): 1 mile starting from the parking area at the end of Clingmans Dome Road, fully Posted by madrugada in Destination (Un)known. | Aug 9, 2021
  • Big TurnaroundThis will be pretty short, but have loads of photos! A nice part of Panama City! [b]Hanging at the Panam Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jul 2, 2021
  • Water - foolsJust so you know, I've been writing this (or not) for three days, so when I talk about yesterday, I'm actually talking about Saturday 26th June. I have been a mixture of tired, travelling and lazy. Apologies So yesterday was the Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jun 30, 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
  • Hawick in the Scottish Borders[center][center][/center][/center] Hawick is the largest town in the Scottish Borders and one of the farthest from the sea. It sits at the confluence of the Slitrig Water with the River Teviot. The west end of the town contains "the Mote" Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Jun 3, 2021
  • Tagaytay TourWhether you’re on for an adventure of a lifetime or just want a quick escape from the busy city life, Tagaytay never fails to satisfy your wanderlust cravings. With the many Tagaytay tourist spots to see, delectable dishes to munch Posted by Mochi in Tagaytay Tour | May 19, 2021
  • Walhalla Walhalla was a mining town in Victoria, the southernmost state of Australia. Walhalla was established in 1863 when gold was discovered in Stringer's Creek. It soon became a thriving town of around 6,000 prospectors and mining families during the following Posted by Jimfeatherby in Walhalla | May 8, 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
  • The World Through My LensThese marvelous architecture of Indian Temples commonly known as Ajantha Caves and it is situated in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. One should see it to know how men of those ages could have actually carved a temple out of a single Posted by aamkay in The World Through My Lens | Mar 26, 2021
  • Bamyan BuddhaThe destruction of these Buddha Statues is just a complete loss to the Buddhist Civilization which had lived there for centuries. A glimpse of these statues just makes you wonder how the religion and culture had come to this part Posted by aamkay in The World Through My Lens | Mar 25, 2021
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