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  • Wild Elephant Eco-friendly Resort Munnar, Kerala IndiaAre you looking for a peaceful holiday?! If yes, then let me introduce you to an Eco-friendly Resort situated at Munnar, Kerala, India on Kallar – Mankulam Road, surrounded by scenic hills on one side, Tea Gardens on the other Posted by midukan in Wild Elephant Eco-friendly Resort Munnar | Dec 15, 2008
  • Sanibel IslandIf you are looking for seashells, this is the place to go. Posted by dd0691 in U.S. Trips | Dec 8, 2008
  • Fewa Lake The second largest lake in the country covering an area of about 4.43 km2 (1.7 sq mi) is the center of attraction for every person visiting Pokhara. It is the largest among the eight lakes l Posted by Pokhara 1 in Pokhara Nepal | Dec 3, 2008
  • Must see places in Pokharahttp://simplypokhara.blogspot.com/ · Fewa Lake · Mahendra Cave · World Peace Pagoda · Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave · Devi's fall · Barahi Temple · Begnas Lake · Bindabasini Temple Posted by Pokhara 1 in Pokhara Nepal | Dec 3, 2008
  • Hiking to the VortexFor my first weekend in Arizona, I decided to leave the hot, dry warmth of the desert around Phoenix and head north to the cool, thin air of Flagstaff and Sedona. As one heads north from Phoenix, you rise Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Nov 24, 2008
  • Weekend in Australia - Part 2Sunday I did the most amazing thing I went to Springbrook National Park which is part of the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia. I had to walk to another hotel just up the street to get picked up. Posted by hmccurdy in Australia to New Zealand | Nov 23, 2008
  • Ready for the Capital of the World! So... Whats up? We're going to Manhattan and taking a short cut to India for about two weeks before we enter the Capital of the World. And for two girs from the-middle-of-nowhere in Nor Posted by syncbrains in synchronized travellers... | Nov 17, 2008
  • Round Tolbachik volcano in 10 daysThe route Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Kozyrevsk - Leningradka - Alaid cone - wood house on Tolud river - Tolud pass - Tolbachinsky pass - Jupiter crater - Plotina pass - wood house Plotina - Bezymyanny pass - Barany stream - "Table" - Posted by KamLive in Kamchatka - hot land at the cold sea | Nov 16, 2008
  • Home Stay and Lake TiticacaEarlier this week Alex and I stayed with some local people on Lake Titicaca and lived like they do for the night. We left Puno early to travelled to Taquille, an Island in lake Titicaca. They are known as the Posted by AandSTrip in South America | Nov 13, 2008
  • PAPUA ADVENTURE TRAVEL - INDONESIAWelcome "Selamat Datang" to Papua Adventure Tours - The stone age cultures PAPUA ADVENTURE TOURS & TRAVEL, Organize Leisure and Adventure trip in Papua. Hiking-adventures-trekking-sightseeing-bird watching-Diving-snorkeling and cultural journeys are Posted by papuatours in PAPUA ADVENTURE TRAVEL - INDONESIA | Nov 12, 2008
  • Sunrise ClimbOne of the things on Barbara's to do list before she left Tai'an was to do a Sunrise climb of Mt Tai. Based on the weather reports we decided to climb the Mountain on Tuesday 30 September. We Posted by Bettinamc in The Adventures of Tai'an | Nov 2, 2008
  • glowing poopwe left wanganui bright and early to make our way through winding roads, back country, and national parks to waitomo. it was a 3.5 hour drive but the twists and turns absorbing enough that i didn't offer to let anyone Posted by ctamler in Wenn schon, denn schon | Oct 30, 2008
  • Tea plantation in ChiangmaiThe semester ended in early October. I didn't finish grading before this trip, but decided to join the senior students in the agribusiness program to learn about tea business. We took a train from Bangkok to Chiangmai for Posted by orachos in Tea Time | Oct 22, 2008
  • Australian CrittersPeople in Australia like to reassure visitors about the harmlessness of the wildlife and landscape while at the same time warning of its dangers. It comes out as a strange mix, leaving you unsure whether you should be relaxing Posted by Aussie Mel in Melanie Down Under | Oct 21, 2008
  • pihahahahatoo early on saturday morning ingrid, alex, a cranky meghan, sarah, abbie, bayan, dan and i climbed into a musty-smelling chinese van with automatic window shades and an expandable roof compartment. what should have been a 45-minute drive stretched a Posted by ctamler in Wenn schon, denn schon | Oct 19, 2008
  • BLOOD SUCKER SUTERA SANCTUARY LODGELet me tell u about SUTERA SANCTUARY LODGE: BLOOD SUCKER 1. Before 2008... the Accommodation price only RM3/person... then increased to RM12/Person... RM18/person... RM30/person.... 2. Start on the 18th Jan 2008, SUTERA SANCTUARY started selling Posted by SSL staff in Blood Sucker SUTERA SANCTUARY LODGE | Oct 12, 2008
  • Lago Atitlan - San Marcos, Tzununa and JaibalitoFirst of all hiking around Lago de Atitlán is strictly not recommended, known as extremely unsafe. Second - it’s out off beaten path: there are isolated villages that have neither roads nor transportation there and they still speak the traditional Posted by vanessa in Central America 2005 | Feb 2, 2005
  • El Nido, Palawan One of the 'must-see' places on my list is El Nido, which is on the northwestern tip of Palawan in the Philippines. El Nido showcases Palawan’s geology and diverse wildlife with i Posted by HelenaK in Southeast Asia | Sep 28, 2008
  • GalapagosWe had an amazing time visiting the Galapagos islands. We started our trip with an 8-day sailboat cruise visiting several islands. After that we went to Isabella island (the largest) for 5 days. The wildlife in the Galapagos is Posted by edenjosh in Eden and Josh | Sep 28, 2008
  • Coffee(San Pedro Le Laguna) Cultivation and production of coffee always attracted me very much. And here, in Guatemala, my dream came true. Coffee trees grow along the streets; coffee bea Posted by vanessa in Central America 2005 | Feb 1, 2005
  • da cooksjust got back from rarotonga, one of the islands in the group that makes up the cook islands, somewhere between here (auckland) and hawaii. it's our spring break from uni and this is the ies semester-break field trip. we spent Posted by ctamler in Wenn schon, denn schon | Sep 5, 2008
  • Hohhot - The GrasslandsWe went to Xilamuren which is 1 1/2 - 2 hours from Hohhot. Being the closest grasslands it is the most developed and touristy. We did an overnight stay. The trip cost Y320 ($53). We were expecting to Posted by Bettinamc in The Adventures of Tai'an | Aug 26, 2008
  • "Come Back, Come Back to Palawan, Philippines"I have mentioned in my previous posts that the 80 kilometer stretch of road from Puerto Princesa to Sabang (the take off point to the mouth of the underground river) is now half concrete (45 kilometers actually), 20 kilometers of Posted by E. Sandalo in Travelling is Learning | Aug 24, 2008
  • "Come Back, Come Back to Palawan, Philippines"The same pump boat manned by a pump boat operator and assisted by a boat helper that took us from Sabang to the mouth of the underground river waited for us and ferried us back to Sabang. I asked the Posted by E. Sandalo in Travelling is Learning | Aug 24, 2008
  • "Come Back, Come Back to Palawan, Philippines"The fiber glass boat is allowed only to have 8 passengers who must wear helmet and life vest. It was manned by a boat man who, I learned later from our tour guide, is actually a forest ranger but was Posted by E. Sandalo in Travelling is Learning | Aug 24, 2008
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