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  • Plastic BagsPackaging in China is amazing. Everything is double packaged eg say you buy a packet of Oreo biscuits, they look the same on the outside as they do at home, however inside they are wrapped again. Everything you Posted by Bettinamc in The Adventures of Tai'an | Jun 17, 2008
  • Hard work, hammocks and hot weather!Today we´ve managed to escape the jungle for a while! It´s only been 2 weeks but it feels as though we haven´t seen proper buildings and people in years! We arrived in Abra, the eco tourism vi Posted by amyruth85 in Amy's Worldwide Adventures | Jun 14, 2008
  • Manu National ParkI tell you, you will never appreciate winter fully until you spend some time in the jungle. Winter kills the worst bugs. On May 26, we left Cuzco at 6 a.m. to start an 8-day journey in the Manu Reserve Posted by edenjosh in Eden and Josh | Jun 3, 2008
  • Hotel CaliforniaIt's a been a while, I'm sitting in the preverbal Seattle Coffee shop, catching up on my photos and blog.. here are a few thoughts and happenings... * I had been living out of my tent for the past bit and Posted by Lugor79 in Vagabonding | May 14, 2008
  • El Yunque Rain Forest, Rio Grande, PRNow that I am back to the real world and slowly coming out of my post-vacation depression I wanted to take a moment to mention the breathtaking tour experience I had in El Yunque. Like the beauty in the Posted by jmh7979 in El Yunque Rain Forest, Rio Grande, PR | May 15, 2008
  • Trekking De ja vuHello all! Day Seven - oh my god I cannot believe how quickly the first week has passed - and not even a hint of a suntan! To be honest we have ben so busy this week sightseeing etc that sunbathing Posted by Louweazel in 5 weeks of heaven... I hope! | May 14, 2008
  • The AmazonAs I stepped off the plane in Lago Agrio, I was greeted by searing heat and the smell of burning rubber. The town, known as Lago by locals, is a festering pit. Primarily an oil town, it is deep in the Posted by scholars08 in South American Adventures | May 12, 2008
  • Cannibal HolocaustSo, we didnt know too much about the Amazon, except that we were going to what was described to us as a frontier town of the Peruvian Amazon; Puerto Maldonado. A few months earlier, I had watched "Cannibal Holocaust", and Posted by jhetland in Travelling Wakanoobies | May 12, 2008
  • Explore the unexplored"I SEE MY PATH, BUT I DON'T KNOW WHERE IT LEADS. NOT KNOWING WHERE I AM GOING IS WHAT INSPIRES ME TO TRAVEL IT " Posted by Prakashs in Voyages | May 5, 2008
  • Zippedy do da, zippedy dayThe Official Gibbon Experience account Written by Jen Edited by Ted The Gibbon Experience is a really cool program that happens in the forests between Huay Xai and Luang Namtha in Laos. The National Protection Area is an enmorous area Posted by jented in Jen and Ted in the SEA | May 4, 2008
  • Similan IslandsWow, has it really been 15 days since we last entered a posting? Yes, we've been busy traveling. We arrived in Bangkok and took an overnight bus the next day to Khao Lak, for a 4 Posted by edcastaño in Francis & Edward, Taste of the World | Apr 26, 2008
  • adventure mountain vietnamHello friends, Where is sapa located? i would tell you now: Sapa is popular by its attractive continental climate. The mean annual temperature here is15-18ْ C. In summers, it isn’t hot as the other areas. The coolest months are December to February Posted by vietad in adventure sapa | Apr 21, 2008
  • New Zealand OVER!Tuesday April 15, 2007 1:30pm This is our last day in New Zealand. The remainder of our Contiki Tour was pretty fantastic. We left you in Queenstown after Michelle's Canyon Swing. That night we went to an Posted by M and B in Michelle and Brent | Apr 14, 2008
  • AmazonasLago Agrio ('Sour Lake') is only a short flight from Quito, but it's a vastly different landscape to the majestic Andean valley seat of Ecuador's sprawling capital, photographed here at dusk the night before we left it. [img=https://photos.travellerspo Posted by Eleniki in A year out | Apr 10, 2008
  • our last summer in mambucalfor most of us, that summer of 1986 was the very last one we will be spending together for a very long while. almost all of the group had graduated from college that year. while many of us were still Posted by sjsls1982 in mga lakwatsa sang sjhs 1982 | Apr 5, 2008
  • 12,000 ft is pretty highSaturday April 4th, 2008 5:30pm We have made it to Wellington, NZ which is the capital city, despite being quite small compared to Auckland. It is at the southern tip of the northern Island, and our home for the Posted by M and B in Michelle and Brent | Apr 4, 2008
  • Kiwi Country, New ZealandApril 3 2008, 7pm Rotoura, New Zealand We made it out of India last week and are now enjoying the fresh air and wonderful fall weather of New Zealand. It is so much like home, just on the total other side of Posted by M and B in Michelle and Brent | Apr 2, 2008
  • camping in patag, silay city, negros occidentali thought the whole barkada would be joining us for this overnight trip to patag. as it is, only three of us went there: bitoy, tindoy, and me. this used to be a well-kept secret among mountaineers in negros, one of Posted by sjsls1982 in mga lakwatsa sang sjhs 1982 | Apr 2, 2008
  • The Black Sheep of Chugchilan For many weeks I had been planning to visit the Black Sheep Inn (BSI). This oft-mentioned hostel is on the backpackers' trail south of Cotopaxi, round the supremely beautiful Quilatoa loop. T Posted by Eleniki in A year out | Mar 20, 2008
  • just popping outDay 26 Last day in Queenstown before our trek to Christchurch tomorrow and we thought we ought to see a bit of history about the place so we went to a Goldmine just outside Arrowtown. When asked if we wanted the Posted by karlg598 in Two Numpties on New Zealand Jolly | Mar 18, 2008
  • Sole manDay 21 That is our 3rd week today which is scary because in some respect it has gone fast but in others it feels like ages since we were on the Americas Cup boat in Auckland. Today we thought we would get Posted by karlg598 in Two Numpties on New Zealand Jolly | Mar 13, 2008
  • I bought the ice, where is the G and TDay 15 It is becoming difficult to find the words to keep describing what we see everyday without doing the views justice. A full day spent on the Glacier at Frans Josef is no exception. The shear size makes you feel Posted by karlg598 in Two Numpties on New Zealand Jolly | Mar 8, 2008
  • Põige Boliiviasse - Copacabana, Kuusaar ja PäikesesaarJärgmisel hommikul ootas meid pärast varast hommikusööki üllatavalt viisakas minibuss, et viia meid ja üht kolmeliikmelist Peruu perekonda Boliiviasse. Tagaistmel oli ka meie Boliivia giid. Selline korraldus seal siis, et kuni piirini on meil Peruu giid j Posted by Saale in Lõuna-Peruu ringreis | Mar 2, 2008
  • The Gibbons ExperienceThursday, February 28, 2008 - 430 So here I will attempt to describe how incredible this experience actually was. Although words will not do this trip justice, I will try. The Gibbons Experience takes place in a nature reserve Posted by M and B in Michelle and Brent | Feb 28, 2008
  • RichtersveldWe landed at Upington Airport from O. R .Tambo International in Johannesburg. Hot is not the word, more like scorching hot at midday. Our guides awaited us and what a relief to discover that Posted by AfriFriend in When Roads Become Tracks | Feb 25, 2008
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