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  • Lake Eyasi: Hadzabe settlement===Hadzabe=== Alex picks us up early this morning, just after breakfast, for our visit to the Hadzabe Tribe. The access toad to their camp is rudimentary to say the least. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_b3a14b00-d57a-11ea Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 14, 2020
  • Swanning down the SeineWe got dressed to go on the River Boat Cruise for dinner. The taxi driver that picked us up was adamant that I should text the company that I had been picked up but I did not know what Posted by greatgrandmaR in Speaking French in 2019 | Jun 23, 2019
  • Road to Madurai: Street disco and massive templeTook another minibus down towards Madurai, which is a different state, Tamil Nadu. We should have been on a public bus but, with a two hour extension to the trip because of flood damaged roads, we agreed to all chip Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Dec 3, 2018
  • Our daughter KadenceToday we started her dance portfolio with these amazing photos from [[https://robfloydphotos.com/|Rob Floyd Photos.]] :) So so happy with them. [img=https://photos. Posted by TracyT7 in Tunney Tales | Sep 26, 2017
  • Wahiba SandsAs soon as the sun rises at 06:15 this morning, the peace is broken . It is a case of “Gentlemen, start your engines”. Except these are no gentlemen: the sound we can hear is cars revving up to Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 16, 2018
  • LombokLovely Lombok, the emerald island off of the Gilis, surrounded with turquoise bays, sandy white beaches and superb for surfing. You can spend your days riding the surf breaks, relaxing on the beach, trekking or riding a scooter around the Posted by sun_chaser in Finding Myself in South East Asia | Mar 4, 2017
  • Port au Prince: Fet Gede / Day of the Dead===Fet Gede=== Today we are setting out to see, experience and photograph the Fet Gede – the reason we made this return journey to Haiti. [img=https://photos.trav Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 1, 2016
  • Puerto Vallarta Live EntertainmentMore of Beck's Best! Hear and read about some of our local performances by very talented artists. Featured venues throughout the Bahía de Banderas are: Act II Stages, Red Room, The Palm, Boutique Theatre, Jazz Foundation, D'z Route 66 Diner, Posted by garyrbeck in Puerto Vallarta Shows: More | Aug 23, 2016
  • Second day, two more festivals!We headed out into a second sweltering day in Tokyo on the lookout for more festivals. We headed for Shinjuku station and looked for the Shinjuku Eisa Matsuri Festival, a festival of Okinawan culture transplanted to Tokyo. As Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Aug 21, 2016
  • Dancing Tango in Hamburg's Red Light District[i][b]It was getting dark as I left my hostel. A few metres from where the Beatles played their first gig abroad, a man dressed as a pirate was singing let it be and accompanying himself on a guitar. Friday night Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Jul 10, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalWhen I say unexpected, I only mean for me. I daresay the families had been planning the celebration for months or longer, once the auspicious date had been identified. The celebration in question was a Bratabandha ceremony for three related Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 13, 2016
  • You’re never too tired to tangoMy first full day in Bangkok and I spent it walking, boating and tuk-tuking through the heat, the downpours, the crowds and the chaos of this fascinating city. In true first-time tourist style, I also fell for a minor scam, Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Sep 21, 2015
  • Flight of the Condors We arrived in Arequipa after a long night bus. It really felt like it took forever. Lewis and I headed out for crepes as we needed the sugar to keep us awake the morning. After the crep Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Oct 18, 2015
  • Dancing Tango in Hobart[center][/center] Apparently I was staying in a remote part of Hobart. The driver of the airport shuttle reluctantly agreed to drop me off, but said I'd have to get my return pick up from on Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Oct 11, 2015
  • Tango come rain, hail or shine[center][/center] [center]That blue sky is deceptive... [/center] One of the first things I did when I arrived in Sydney was to go shopping. For warm clothes. The changeable ea Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Sep 28, 2015
  • Tango at the Top End[center][/center] "This is number 13," the taxi driver insisted as I stared dubiously at the building from which no light was emerging. He very kindly agreed to wait while I went to inves Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Sep 24, 2015
  • About Sri Lanka==Language== The Sinhala language is spoken by the Sinhalese people, who constitute approximately 75% of the national population and total about 13 million. [b]Meanwhile, English is still almost universally spoken by educated pe Posted by Dilshan.j in Travel in Ceylon | Jun 29, 2015
  • The land of bachataDad told me last night that I must write my next blog cos he can’t wait to read the stories of what has been happening. I told him that I am finding it really hard to know where to start Posted by chasingsummer in Chasing Forever Summer | Feb 16, 2015
  • BudapestAfter my overnight train from Granada to Barcelona, I had a precious 10 hours in the wonderful city of Barcelona before I had my flight to Budapest. After careful debate, I set my sights on Montserrat, one of the sights Posted by danza in There and back again | Aug 25, 2014
  • Color, music and dancing Whenever I cycle up to the Basilica early on Sunday morning, I wonder what surprise awaits me today. Being Mexico's mos Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | Jan 14, 2014
  • Work Hard, Play HarderFriday, September 20th, 2013 Rockland, Maine, USA [center]Produce! Groceries! Produce! Dairy! Produce! Eggs! Produce![/center] I am so excited that today I got to provision the ship. The tall ship Victory Chimes lives in Rockland and her cook wa Posted by kitcusick in Sailing the Seas | Sep 20, 2013
  • Day 10 RuseDay 10 Ruse Crossing into Bulgaria was a continuation of the vast fields. What they farm here I really don't know. I saw fields of sunflowers but the rest well I don't know. It was still hot and Posted by Vicky Bailey in Windy500 | Jun 26, 2013
  • Dionysian Revelry: Drinking and Drumming Every Monday at 7pm the Kotex Center hosts La Bomba del Tiempo. Its in a urban rundown neighborhood in Palermo with bright fluorescent lights advertising the Kotex Center, vendors selling ChoriPan, and drunk Posted by Fabian1993 in Study Abroad (Spring 2013) | Apr 2, 2013
  • Sucre - Day 38Breakfast at Casa Verde was great, with fruit, yoghurt, juice, omelette and bacon, and we had good company too. We got talking to a lovely Australian couple called Nick and Caitlyn about our trips and gave each other advice. We Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Mar 1, 2013
  • Return to Kaili[center][/center] Returning to Kaili, we were already a little bit sad that the trip was coming to an end, but we still had our final festival to look forward to. At a nearby village, the [i]Intern Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 13, 2013
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