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  • Border Time - Feel like I'm going to lose my mindWhat a crazy day!!! I woke up at 6 am raring to go! Excited to be leaving to go to Panama. Not that I was happy to leave Costa Rica, It's a beautiful country, filled with amazing animals, stunning landscapes and Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Jun 19, 2021
  • Bokor Hill Station and Abandoned CasinoBokor Hill Station in Preah Monivong National Park, Cambodia was built in the 1920s by French colonists wanting to escape the heat and humidity of the capital Phnom Penh. The main feature of the resort was the Bokor Palace Hotel Posted by TheJohnsons in Cambodia | Sep 23, 2020
  • Queen Mary 2Being a flight attendant for a major U.S. carrier, I had never thought that I would ever get involved in traveling via a ship. That changed when I met a dear friend while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta a year Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Oct 3, 2008
  • Bali to LombokAs predicted it did rain on Bali. In fact it rained quite a bit the first day and using smart phones as gps was no the way forward but luckily we found pockets of sunshine along the way on the Posted by AdventureRiders in Adventure Riders Indonesia | Dec 9, 2018
  • The Adventure of Getting from A to B[float=right][/float]It’s some of the hardest travel in the world. That’s the reason why West Africa isn’t overrun Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Oct 5, 2016
  • Getting cross with IcelandFour cars, two buses and one drunk guy in a banana costume later we arrived in Skogar, our start point for what we had been told by locals, park ranger and friends would probably be the last walk we ever Posted by Venturediaries in How not to cross Iceland | Jul 22, 2015
  • Norway and the Northern LightsFor dinner last night we decided to visit their newly created specialty restaurant. Unlike the big mass market ships, dinner is a fixed three course menu with no selections. Last night it was duck leg for the entry, Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Jan 21, 2015
  • BatumiBorder crossing: Our bus from Rize in theory went all the way to Batumi, but when we re-emerged from customs and passport control (slight delay because of our many visas and some questions over my US visa), the bus had Posted by UnwindRoad in Unwind on the Silk Road | Sep 24, 2014
  • Epic 2 day journey to KathmanduIt was now time for us to leave India and head on to Nepal. The journey from Shillong to Kathmandu was a total of 695km, involving travel via Sumo, train, rickshaw, jeep, bus and on foot. It began well with Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Nov 2, 2013
  • KonstanzTwo months earlier I was in Munich with my cousins, they encouraged me to come back for Oktoberfest. To get there from Zurich I decided to pass through the lake side Swiss-German border town of Konstanz. Konstanz is a fun city Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Oct 9, 2013
  • Fitzroy Crossing, Kununurra==Fitzroy Crossing, Kununurra == === When it was time to leave Derby, Jo had arranged some of her work at Fitzroy Crossing hospital, so we tagged along with them and camped at the Fitzroy lodge caravan park. It’s a beautiful park, and Posted by Jenaben in Living the dream Australia | Jan 30, 2013
  • Yoyo it's ShibuyaWe started our day with a trip to Yoyogi Park to hunt down the market. Despite the rain it was stalls aplenty, offering a wide variety of hippy gear. You could purchase anything in tie-dye, wool or hemp. We browsed Posted by Ashton and Emma in Its all about Japan | Oct 28, 2012
  • One does not simply walk into Mordor...The Tongariro Alpine Crossing (in Tongariro National Park) is one of the, if not THE, best one-day tramps (NZ for: 'hike') in the country, and it goes through the land of Mordor. By some (Boromir for instance) this area is Posted by judipa in Working New Zealand | Nov 21, 2011
  • Driving Miss Daisy’s TrainIrkutsk to UlaanBaator - 6th October 2011 The train from Irkutsk to Ulan Bator spends more time stationary than in motion. With all of the stops I have worked out that the average speed that we have done over the Posted by beatski in incidentals | Oct 16, 2011
  • Where's Wally? Part 4 See if you can find Wally at the famous Shibuya crossing! Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jun 17, 2011
  • Land of the Rising Sun - Part 7 - Shibuya and ShinjukuIt's about time for another one of these... I have been slacking for too long!  OK, so I can't call it slacking too much, given the amount of other things we've been posting throughout the last month.  Needless to say, Posted by fryhtaning in Eating the proverbial elephant | Jun 10, 2011
  • "Where You Go?"...."CHINA!"With burning eyes and crooked backs, we disembarked the Hanoi to Lao Cai night train, stepping down onto the misty grey platform. We hadn’t yet decided whether Sapa was the next port of call, but the rainy weather made Posted by CarlaTracy in Carla Tracy | Apr 9, 2011
  • Sapa to Muang NuoaOur hiking trip through the villages outside of Sapa turned out much differently than we planned. We were in Sapa during the height of their rainy season (read: it poured the next day nonstop). We were forced indoors to tasty Posted by achamy in Transpacifica | Sep 19, 2010

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