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  • Day 7- Waitomo CavesWe left Michaella’s nice and early for our shortish drive to the caves. There was nothing particularly spectacular above the drive other than it was my (Andy) turn to take the wheel.... eeek! With Izzy as my first passenger since Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Dec 12, 2019
  • Take A Trip to Furong Cave in WulongFurong River is a large tributary of the left bank of the lower reaches of the Wujiang River. It originates from Guizhou Province. The drainage area is more than 7,360 square kilometers and the river is about 230 kilometers long. Posted by CicyYang in Furong Cave in Wulong | Oct 20, 2019
  • Cooler in Cappadocia After last night's storm we had started to become a little paranoid. As we were flying into Kayseri airport, Chris asked if that was lightning he had seen outside. It was just the lights on the wing Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels 🌍 | Sep 29, 2019
  • Penn's CaveWe went with a group of local families to see nearby Penn’s Cave. There are several activities there, and my crew did everything. Our first stop was the wildlife tour, which is conducted on a safari-type bus. Most of the animals Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | Jul 14, 2019
  • RTW 2019: Rapa Nui[center][/center] 6/25/19 at 2101 Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Chile Fun fact: day old lengua sandwich tastes much better than it sounds. It was quite the Posted by WanderingWorld in Enjoying the Banquet | Jul 9, 2019
  • Scotland Slowly, Day 3Greetings from Scotland, just off of Staffa! Let’s begin today’s wee tale with last night. At dinner, Joe and I were presented with a small cake, in celebration of our anniversary. Our actual anniversary isn’t until August, but Posted by LoonBin in Scotland 2019-- Islands and Speyside | Jun 23, 2019
  • Arjuna's Penance -MahabalipuramDuring my four month trip in late 2015 to Southern India, I visited the state of Tamil Nadu, here in Mahabalipuram I saw many of the wonderful Monuments there. This one is affectionately known as Arjuna's Penance, and competes with Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | May 23, 2019
  • Ice caveThis morning, we woke a bit later than usual, but still with plenty of time for a calm breakfast. I made the spaetzel and cheese that I had bought at the Hallstatt grocery store yesterday. The process wasn't too different Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | May 10, 2019
  • SlovakiaSlovakia was an interesting and fun experience. I quite honestly didn't have this country on my initial "places to visit list" and I can't really say any of Eastern Europe was on my list, but Slovakia changed my mind. And Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 25, 2019
  • Ban Tham Lod, ThailandMy business card says “Professional Adventurer” but even I can’t believe the adventure I took booking an out of the way jungle “luxury homestay for 3 nights. [img= Posted by Nsevers in On the Road Again | Dec 31, 2018
  • Petchaburi,Thailand 19th Century Cave TempleWe are going south of Bangkok to Hua Hin for a few days. I had the chance to visit this extraordinary Temple in 2006 when nearby on my own. About 1 & 1/2 hours south of Bangkok and a little Posted by Nsevers in On the Road Again | Nov 27, 2018
  • Sandy Cape, WAWhat to do when the school schedules a pupil free day for the Friday of a long weekend?... Organise a camping trip further afield! Well, in this instance, it was more like suggest the idea to my sister's and Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Aug 11, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-GaochangGaochang Here from my epic journey on the silk route in 2012/13 is my look at Gaochang in China. It was one of the highlights for me of the trip, I am a bit into ancient sites, I have a great Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 28, 2018
  • Mosque, Museum, Souk, Ayoub's Tomb, Mughsail blowhole Wandering bleary-eyed onto the balcony at 07:30 this morning, we are amazed to see that all the sunbeds around the pool are still free. There is not a single 'reserved towel' to be seen. How very refreshing. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435 Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 21, 2018
  • Slovenia, Postojna Cave, Predjama Castle and Piran Early in the morning we checked out and went on our way to the south. The roads are beautiful and easy to drive and because it was only may, the traffic was very light. Our destinati Posted by westwind57 in Europe trips | Apr 9, 2018
  • Petchaburi Day A drive of around 2 hours south from Bangkok brings us to the town of Petchaburi and a visit to the Khao Loung caves. A visit to the caves consists of a short ride in one Posted by Sean Griffin in Bangkok, and more | Feb 15, 2018
  • Mammoth Cave Nat. Park. (Kentucky)We arrived around 11 am, but all the tours were already booked for the day into the cave. So we decided just to look around a little and have a ice cream cone, and head on to our campground around an Posted by Vanabout in Adventures by Vanabout | Jul 7, 2017
  • Road Trip Having spent the last few years jetting off abroad for weekends away to new cities and countries, it made me realise there were still patches missing that I had never visited in my own co Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels 🌍 | Jul 30, 2016
  • Anti-Mexican Reunion After a little over two weeks, it was once again time for the next holiday. And this time I was headed to Ukraine's capital Kyiv for a reunion with some of my Erasmus friends from three yea Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels 🌍 | Sep 6, 2015
  • Espanish CultureThe next day we took the trip to the northern slopes of Sierra Nevada to the mining village of Alquife, to see the remnants of the industry that had previously employed much of the village. It was whilst walking around Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels 🌍 | Nov 13, 2012
  • Beaches and CavesIt was good that we had rested a bit, as we were off to a long drive the next morning. I had always planned to spend our last week in New Zealand in Northland. We passed through an area that Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Mar 19, 2017
  • Living in a family home with great viewsAs we entered Nelson, the sun was up and the tide was high. Consequently, the lagoon behind the large boulder bank was filled and the water perfectly reflected the sky. [img=https://photos.t Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Mar 7, 2017
  • Pancakes, Blowholes, Rivers, Fern Trees, Seals and EalsPunakaiki is famous for the Paparoa National Park and more specifically for the Pancake Rocks. We stayed at the only campground in town, the Punakaiki Beach Camp. I had stayed there already once before: almost to the day 15 years Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Feb 28, 2017
  • Akhalkalaki and Vardzia==Day 1 - Rain and Cha Cha== Akhalkalaki is a small Georgian town on a border with Armenia. About half of the town is made out of ethnic Armenians. We arrived after 6 hours on a local bus. I went on Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Nov 14, 2016
  • Trinidad, CubaWhile we were still in Havana, we heard there was a huge celebration for 2 things in Cuba on the 2nd of May. First up was the celebration for the international day of the worker, and second was the arrival Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Jun 18, 2016
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