Blog Entries tagged 'buses'

Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'buses'

  • Queensland AdventureHi all! We're on our third day in Queensland today. We've been staying at a little place called "Aquarius Backpackers" in Southport. The staff here are really friendly, which is something I like if I'm staying somewhere, there's nothing worse than rud Posted by jessica.keay in Europe Wanderings | Oct 1, 2012
  • The Real Fiji Experience.Screw those backpacker itineraries, flashpacker resorts and cruiseboats… man, we saw the real Fiji or better Viti. (Viti = Fiji in Fijian.) What it really is like living in Fiji and it couldn’t have been a better experience. [img=https://photos.travelle Posted by flemishgirl in Sustainable Travel | Jul 23, 2012
  • Day 3: Thailand==Public Transport== After travelling to a wholesale shopping centre near my host family's home (where I purchased Ray Ban sunglasses with prescription lenses for $150 less than in Australia), Kao and I traveled by public bus to the large shopping centre Posted by ruth'stravels in Travel in the Life of Ruth | Jun 23, 2012
  • BusesWhen you start researching a trip around South East Asia you come accross many a tale of horrendous bus journeys. Much like if you check a hotel on Trip Advisor you alway get at least one bad one from someone Posted by seanio5 in The Other Side of The World, and Back | May 22, 2012
  • Chapter thirty six - MonoragalamDay 134: Monoragalam, Sri Lanka 11/02/2012 Today was possibly the longest day in living memory. We were up at 2am for for the climb up Adam's Peak, a popular Buddhist pilgrimage site. There are more than 5,500 steps up the side Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Feb 14, 2012
  • Night movesDuring the planning stages of this trip, I was quite taken with the idea of using sleeper trains for some of our long-distance hops. What could be better than sweeping gracefully through the countryside, sipping a nightcap in the dining Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Dec 29, 2011
  • A tale of two buses: a white-knuckle ride in Nepal 'If your bus is Arughat bound And there's an ocean of mud on the ground Abandon your seat And resort to your feet Else your trousers will surely be browned' Bus travel in Nepal is not for the faint-hearted as we've discovered on our pr Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Oct 24, 2011
  • Budapest Now we are in Budapest! As far as the language goes, I struggle even to pronounce the Hungarian version of "thank you". But apart from that, this is a great place to visit. Around where we're staying is a good Posted by Spookworld in Eurotramp | Sep 11, 2011
  • The road well travelledTaking a bus in Africa can apparently be a long and ardous task - this is not in relation to the distances travelled - more so that if you are on a timetable - do your research!!! It was very quickly Posted by eringroves in Erinzy's adventures... | Aug 24, 2011
  • Asuncion, ParaguayWe booked the only bus that would take us to Asuncion in Paraguay from Puerto Iguazu, leaving at 1:30pm, they said it would pick us up from our hostel. So there we were sat, in the reception, and this chap Posted by Big Adventure in Phil & Nic's big adventure | Jul 15, 2011
  • Montivideo and SaltoWe caught the 9:30 ferry (Buquebus) across from Buenos Aires, it took about 3 hours and was totally brilliant, the seats we comfey, the coffee good, the sun was shining and the views were stunning. Pulling out of the harbor Posted by Big Adventure in Phil & Nic's big adventure | Jul 7, 2011
  • What's yellow, smokes and wakes you up in the morning?It's 6.30 am and the sky is still inky black as we leave the house but the city is already asitr. In every neighbourhood, scores of wheezing, rattling yellow buses are doing the rounds, picking up kids to take to Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | May 24, 2011
  • Welcome to Central America!After spending a few days on the beaches of Manuel Antonio, it was time to head to the farm that we had contacted through WWOOF, located in the central, rural region of Puriscal. Before we left Manuel Antonio, we Posted by HillKyle in Hillary and Kyle... | Dec 8, 2010

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