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  • Shanghai, China [/center] Shanghai Pudong Airport - Hello China!! We arrived 22 Sept 2015 at 4 pm. Since I woke up at 430 am in Calgary on Monday morning, Sept 21, and went to bed at 1030 pm in S Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 21, 2018
  • Couchsurfing the Last Days in SingaporePrior to arriving in Singapore, I had planned to stay all the days doing couchsurfing. Looking back now, it was better to split up the time I had in the city. The first half was over and I had seen Posted by jan.wegener in Jan Goes Down Under | May 25, 2015
  • Travel Cheaper & Cleaner: 7 Ways To Cut Spending And Travel [center][/center] What’s the best way to travel? The green way! While it may not be the fastest (fast requires lots of energy, try Posted by ClaireTraveltio in Why I Travel | Mar 31, 2016
  • Budget Travel? Consider ChinaIf you think you cannot afford to travel, think again. In the fall of 2015 my 59 year old sister and I (66) traveled independently in China for 27 days. My budget was fifty dollars per day for hotels and Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 21, 2018
  • Beijing and The Great Wall of ChinaBEIJING municipality is bordered to the south by Shanxi province and to the north and west by Inner Mongolia. We started out in Shanghai, went south to Zhangjiajie, west to Chengdu and then north east to Xi'an and the Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 21, 2018
  • Yichang, Hubei, China[center][/center] YICHANG is the gateway to the Three Gorges. The Three Gorges Dam, completed in 2012, is the largest hydro power plant Posted by CherylGypsyRose in China on Fifty Dollars a Day | Sep 21, 2018
  • Sri Lanka - Largest Small Country in the World[center][left]Colombo Nothing special as a city, Colombo was our stop because of the airport and Indian Visa Centre. We arrive to from Male to Colombo on Korean airlines (100$), a cheaper alternative to Sri Lankan Airlines, and way less stingy compa Posted by Olga_Gogoleva in SE Asia | Oct 24, 2014
  • The Valparaiso[Post is pictureless for now. Will post photos of the Valparaiso in a future post] I’m still in the middle of a couple entries that I haven’t yet finished, but I wanted to give people an idea about where I am, Posted by danza in There and back again | Apr 3, 2014
  • How Traveling Alone Can Create A Better ExperienceBefore I started my journey to Argentina I had many people express their concerns--worried about me traveling alone as a woman, and only knowing basic Spanish. Oh, and I also got the occasional, ¨It´s a 3rd World Country!¨, which it´s Posted by Laurdatri in Sola Backpacker | Jan 7, 2014
  • The Wonderland of CouchsurfingEver thought about having travelers sleeping on your couch? If you already know what couchsurfing is, you probably have. Then do feel free to jump down a few paragraphs to the stories from the road, while I enlighten the unlearned. Couchsurfing Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Feb 1, 2013
  • Quick look around BordeauxWith the beginning of new year Koldo´s hyperactivity lets know about itself and so he proposes the plan of massive invasions on nearby cities starting with Bordeaux. People´s response is really positive and soon after we are about 20 couchsurfers Posted by mukila in Mukila´s Little Big Adventures | Feb 20, 2013
  • UlmThis Friday I had a conference in Ulm so we decided to stay for the weekend. The conference turned out to be way better than I was expecting and we had a great time in Ulm. We saw another cathedral, Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Dec 3, 2012
  • BaselThis past weekend we didn’t want to stray too far with school actually getting into full swing, but we couldn’t resist taking just a little trip. We spent Friday night in Basel, and for a small city it really has Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Nov 26, 2012
  • Nazca and ArequipaWe arrived in Nazca, a medium size desert town about an hour inland from the coast, after a three hour bus ride from Paracas. Elijah is doing much better on buses already. When we got off the bus, we Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Dec 7, 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
  • “Aotearoa – The land of the long white cloud : Unplugged”Out of our 6.5 months in NZ, we spent about 4 over the summer on the South island enjoying the beautiful scenery and doing some tramping (= trekking + camping = hiking). The last 2.5 were spent discovering the North Posted by flemishgirl in Sustainable Travel | Jul 3, 2012
  • CouchSurfing in Medellin Medellin is an extremely nice city. At just under 5000 feet and less than 500 m from the equator it boasts a perfect climate, basically between 75 and 85 year round (short and t-shirt w Posted by tltisme in A Longwinded Journey South | Feb 16, 2012
  • Delhi The confusion starts at Indira Gandhi Airport. Perhaps due to over anticipation we expected to be hassled by bureaucracy; and we were. The Immigration officer wanted the form to be filled i Posted by takinitezy in Two Months in Incredible India | Nov 22, 2011
  • The Rainbow Coast, Western Australia.Okay. First of all, I will apologize. Forgive me for forsaking my blog entries for the last 3 months. It may not be a decent excuse though, but I have been working my - now very much in shape - Posted by flemishgirl in Sustainable Travel | Aug 5, 2011
  • Things Fall Apart Does anyone actually live in Montenegro? Is the Balkans the best place in the world for cycle touring? How did we end up staying on a boat along side super-yachts with Jeffrey Sweetbaum, an New York born, Moscow based entreprenuer? Posted by roblewis in Mariana and Rob's honeymoon adventure | Jul 22, 2011
  • The Grand EndingOne of the defining moments of staying with the Werner family was when we were having supper with Daniel, Cyril and Andy. Half of the time was spent planning activities and talking about us. Cyril:" What are you doing on saturday ? Posted by shawnified in A glimpse of the world | Jun 8, 2011
  • Swiss never FailsGood Day everyone, To anyone who has been reading regularly ( matthew tan !!!) i apologise for this long interval between my post. Hopefully, you will be entertained in this one :) We had an early breakfast and Marie Francoise Posted by shawnified in A glimpse of the world | May 26, 2011
  • Ferme De la Bouligat “Tourists don’t know where they’ve been, travelers don’t know where they’re going.” – Paul Theroux The subsequent days were getting better. Like going outfield and all new things, its all abut getting used to it. Ironically, from wanting to leave th Posted by shawnified in A glimpse of the world | Apr 20, 2011
  • Ferme De la Bouligat {Xavier and Lisa :) }We left the comfortable, clean, efficient and nice Switzerland to France. I mentioned before about the punctuality of the trains in switzerland, the same does not apply in France. haha When we got off the swiss train for the train to Posted by shawnified in A glimpse of the world | Apr 20, 2011
  • Kung fu ManuelWe had to leave Fabio's after staying there for 4 days. I never knew we would have so much fun staying with the 4 guys, the amount of beer they drank over the 4 days was more than the amount of Posted by shawnified in A glimpse of the world | Apr 17, 2011
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