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  • Green Adventures....It seems that our string of visitors to Bogota has finally come to an end. Your visits were essential to surviving February and March. No joke. Steph and Aaron, Beth and Shelby, you guys should know how thankflul I Posted by tuffchix in Bogotá and Beyond | Mar 28, 2009
  • FijiWell its been a while since i got chance to write one of these so lets see how much i can remember... We arrived in Fiji at Nadi (pronounced Nandi) airport at about 3pm and got our free transfer to the Posted by rob_harvs in Rob and Jo's Adventures | Mar 23, 2009
  • Perito Moreno GlacierHeres some photos! The Glacier front.... 5 km in length and between 40 - 60 m high Me and Flip at the Glacier [img=https:/ Posted by GIseger in Iseger, McDaid and the World | Mar 14, 2009
  • driving, El Chaltin and El CalafateWe spent the following two days on the road in the heat of the vast Patagonian Step... with no air conditioning, a full bus, few toilet stops (yes...no toilet) lunches on the side of the famous Route 40 (which had Posted by GIseger in Iseger, McDaid and the World | Mar 13, 2009
  • Calling All Birds and Bird Watchers Liberty State Park boasts 200 species of birds, including some on New Jersey's endangered species and protected species. Located Posted by EugeneF in The Many Things To Do In The Meadowlands | Mar 12, 2009
  • Perumbavoor and ThrissurOnce back in the Kerala lowlands, we took the risk of stopping where The Lonely Planet hasn’t been! Perumbavoor was a rather non-descript town… but our hotel was clean and that’s always a big pleasure to me! (My kids think Posted by MogenStoft in Five on the Fly | Mar 8, 2009
  • It’s Time for TeaSwitch-backs and the slowly decreasing intensity of heat helped us realize we were indeed heading into the hills. On the way up we enjoyed far more forest and greenery than we’d previously seen in Kerala, and Emil befriended Biju, the Posted by MogenStoft in Five on the Fly | Mar 8, 2009
  • Birds and Spices at ThattekaduAfter Fort Kochi and Ernakulum, it was wonderful to visit this quiet, natural area. Our accommodation was a “homestay” in a lovely, newly built, old-style Kerala house on the shores of the lake. Two real bonuses were the delicious home Posted by MogenStoft in Five on the Fly | Mar 8, 2009
  • Trekking to the Akha hilltribeWe arrived in dusty Muang Sing and found ourselves a very basic but very cheap guest house for one night as we planned to go trekking the next day. We went down to the guide services office to discover that Posted by AandSTrip in South East Asia | Feb 14, 2009
  • Horseback riding in the Endless Steppes of Mongolia Mongolia (http://www.travelmongolia.org) is country that offers more than you ever expected. Once you have decided to go to Mongolia, there is going to be anothe Posted by choogii in Endless Steppes of Mongolia | Feb 10, 2009
  • Paradise, Palm-leaf walls, Choirs and CoirWe came to Allepey by the state ferry boat - more or less the same route through meandering canals that the houseboats take (for about 100 – 200 times the cost and, of course at a far slower, more luxurious Posted by MogenStoft in Five on the Fly | Feb 5, 2009
  • Intensive Italian is Coming to an End!Hello again! Sorry I have been late on the blog...but like I mentioned earlier, I am so busy with school at the moment. Speaking of school, I take my final on Friday! Then I am off to Spain for 6 Posted by snodgrak in The Italian Life. | Feb 4, 2009
  • Kruger National Park January 2009Tuesday, 06 January, 2009 Off to Durban I was touched this morning to see how Jay and Joshua hugged Shannon when we said goodbye at 5 o’clock this morning. It’s been a wonderful three weeks, which we’ve all enjoyed for different reasons. Posted by fenwickh in Helens Travels | Feb 2, 2009
  • Baikal... how much this word means...Baikal…How much this word means. Have you ever though about it? So, you live in the legendary place of the world and sometimes even don’t know how many reserved secret places are there on our saint Baikal land. These places Posted by baikaleast in Travel to Lake Baikal | Jan 25, 2009
  • ThailandAfter an early start and a quick stop-over in Bangkok for some raw food, we were off on our way to commence our adventure in Chiang Mai...Tara was clearly excited but perhaps overwhelmed by the weight of her backpack?! [img=https://photos.travellerspoi Posted by HT in HT and Tez's Amazing Race | Jan 20, 2009
  • Munnar ...Munnar equals tea plantations. In fact, as we drove from Thekkady we knew we’d arrived in Munnar when the tea plantations started. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/173866/P1050192.jp Posted by a_broad in A Broad Abroad | Jan 21, 2009
  • thekkady More time to unwind in our lovely, tranquil resort (Spice Village) set 3,000 feet above sea level – each of us with our own, thatched-roof cottage. As soon as we got settled in Marney an Posted by a_broad in A Broad Abroad | Jan 20, 2009
  • Costa Rica - Los Angeles Cloud ForestA cramped and speedy cab ride ($15 each way) to the misty elevations north of the city of San Ramon brought us to the very impressive Villa Blanca Hotel ($160 per night) which provided us with a guide to explain Posted by WebWeaver in BlueRoads, taking the back way home | Jan 21, 2009
  • Coffee Region- Chinchina, Salento.We took off from Manizales to head south towards Salento. On the way we stopped to spend the day at a working coffee plantation called Hacienda Guayabal in the small town of Chinchina. The plantation itself covers entire hillsides and Posted by tuffchix in Bogotá and Beyond | Jan 16, 2009
  • Costa Rica - CuruCURU near Paquera on the Nicoya Peninsula Curú National Wildlife Refuge and Hacienda After leaving San Ramon we took the busy ever downward highway to the Pacific Ocean. It became apparent very quickly that we had left the cool nights Posted by WebWeaver in BlueRoads, taking the back way home | Jan 17, 2009
  • Coffee Region- Pereria, Manizales.After an eventful week, we weren't quite done being tourists...although we prefer the term 'travelers' as it somehow feels more cultured and experienced. We arrived back in Colombia's coffee region in a city called Pereira (the capital of the departmen Posted by tuffchix in Bogotá and Beyond | Jan 11, 2009
  • Bukidnon My HomeWhat is a place called BUKIDNON which is located in MINDANAO (the so called LAND OF PROMISE). BUKIDNON tourist spot: for those who want spring resort, we have a lot: Posted by toto smile in WONDER OF NATURE | Jan 14, 2009
  • The TreesThe Chinese people are devoted to the many gardens that are in and around the cities and towns. The street scapes are extraordinary. One thing I find fascinating is the care of trees. The trees are stabilized with bamboo or Posted by Bettinamc in The Adventures of Tai'an | Jan 12, 2009
  • "Hundred Islands, Amazing Limestone Islands"“It was fine that we missed the entry to the Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway, papa, at least we saved a lot of money for the toll fees!”, this was how my eldest daughter reacted when I told my family that Posted by E. Sandalo in Travelling is Learning | Dec 31, 2008
  • djanetOn ne peut vraiment connaitre l'Algerie sans avoir tente, ne serait-ce qu'une seule fois, l'extraordinaire rencontre avec son Sahara. Ce n'est pas une simple question de geographie Posted by djanet in tassili | Dec 25, 2008
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