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  • Beach Day!!!Today is our beach day and relaxation before the trip to the neighboring island to visit the town of Lombok. The Beaches in Bali are one of the main attractions. A few we're planning on visiting which all travellers would Posted by Jakarta007 in Java Man Discoveries | Feb 22, 2008
  • Beautiful Bali - Islands of the GodsSo finally here....it seems like an eternity since we first left Calgary, but we've seen Sumatra and Java, now for the island of Bali. We hopped on a ferry in Ketapang and crossed to the harbor town of Gilimanuk, Posted by Jakarta007 in Java Man Discoveries | Feb 22, 2008
  • Adventures on JavaThe past few days have been filled with a lot of physical activity. It all started out with a camping trip with white water rafting. We got to the base camp at Pesawahan which was to be the start of Posted by Jakarta007 in Java Man Discoveries | Feb 20, 2008
  • Sumatra Mid-TourIt is now day 5 on our tour!! We've been through Jungles and have hiked up mountains and have even floated down rivers on inner tubes. The first day that we got started was a pretty relaxing day we stayed Posted by Jakarta007 in Java Man Discoveries | Feb 19, 2008
  • Discovering the Island of JavaWow I can't believe that we are actually here!!! We spent our first day exploring the city of Jakarta. It is not at all like what I expected it is actually very sad in a way, I mean you can be Posted by Jakarta007 in Java Man Discoveries | Feb 13, 2008
  • testgo ahead Posted by sachinbery in Sundar Duniya | Feb 3, 2008
  • Bye bye Russia, hello Mongolia!Greetings to everyone from Mongolia. We are currently writing this form the capital Ulaanbaatar, the busiest if not only city in the country! Our last update saw us about to board the train from Irkutsk to Mongolia. So having been dropped Posted by robandal in Rob and Al's Big Ol' Trip | Feb 2, 2008
  • Day 10 - Ngorongoro CraterThe Ngorongoro Crater is basically a self-contained ecosystem, so the wildlife here is dense all year round. Because of the steep walls of the crater, you won't find any giraffes here, but this is one place where you are Posted by bolderwork in The family goes to Tanzania 2008 | Jan 30, 2008
  • Day 9 - E Unoto Retreat Luxury Lodge and Shalom OrphanageE UNOTO RETREAT LUXURY LODGE There are a number of activities at the E Unoto Retreat Luxury Lodge to make for a nice break from watching animals all day on your safari. The hike to the beautiful waterfalls takes about Posted by bolderwork in The family goes to Tanzania 2008 | Jan 29, 2008
  • Leaving OvertonUp at 5AM, (well okay, 5:25AM after whacking the snooze button a few times) dropped the tents, in the trucks and we were off back to Reno. The morning was actually pretty warm (around 5.0°C/40.9°F) which made packing up much Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 24, 2008
  • Overton Day #6I have never been as cold as I was that morning. The temperature got down to -5.6°C (22.0 °F) and hovered around that for most of the morning. I usually woke up around 5:30AM due to being too cold; that Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 24, 2008
  • Overton Day #5Tidying that bloke's garden again... However I got to have a go on the wood chipper which did break the monotony. Much more fun to drag branches that other people have had to cart around and throw them into the Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 23, 2008
  • Overton Day #4As the athel had ran out we went to join another crew on another project. This one was to do with fire safety; a bloke's land had a few tamarisk and lots of spiky mesquite (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesquite) that could be a problem Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 23, 2008
  • Overton Day #3Last day on the athel as we'd finished our assigned area by lunchtime. Spent the afternoon checking an area that had been covered before to ensure the garlon had done its job and none had been missed. The area we Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 23, 2008
  • Overton Day #2Not a good night's sleep due to the wind which was getting up to 23 miles per hour... Woke up too many times by large gusts and paranoia that my taped up flaps (ooer) might rip open. Although it was Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 23, 2008
  • Overton Day #1Arrival in Overton and setting up camp was relatively straightforward. After a fine dinner and a few yarns around the campfire I headed to bed. This took a little bit longer than I anticipated because the zip for the flap Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 23, 2008
  • Travelling To OvertonMy first project on this conservation trip was based at Overton (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overton%2C_Nevada), a small town 60 miles or so away from Las Vegas. Sadly that means it's about 480 miles away from Reno so the trip was started with a Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 23, 2008
  • Day 4 - Amboseli to MoshiAfter two days of elephants and other incredible wildlife, the highlight on this morning was the giraffe-necked gazelle, which I have never seen before. The drive to Moshi - even from Amboseli - is not a short one. However, even Posted by bolderwork in The family goes to Tanzania 2008 | Jan 23, 2008
  • The Great River Amazon Raft Race, Your Next Big AdventureHello my fellow travellers. I know many of you are wondering what your next travel adventure will be. Let me share this news with you about the Great River Amazon Raft Race. It may be your next big adventure that Posted by DawnAmazon in Dawn on the Amazon Captains Log | Jan 22, 2008
  • Is Africa as beautiful as they say?Hey I haven't traveled much but Im hoping to once I get out of school. The place i would most like to go to is Africa, I think it would be awesome to volunteer over there and help people in Posted by Lonnie_7 in Africa | Jan 15, 2008
  • Malaysia tripWe left Friday night on the red eye with Malaysian Airlines to Kuala Lumpur. I have to say the airline is a bit overrated. Economy class seems to just become more uncomfortable... We had booked a flight with AirAsia (http://www.airasia.com/) to Posted by jhetland in Travelling Wakanoobies | Nov 3, 2007
  • Outback tripSimon, Steve, Adam, Brandon and I, departed Wollongong thursday 18th of september. After some last minute reshuffeling due to the other car not beeing able to make it, we decided to change to itinary to go to Uluru first, then Posted by jhetland in Travelling Wakanoobies | Sep 30, 2003
  • HolidayHi there I would like to know if you are interested to visit a very beautiful island in the indian ocean. If yes just e-mail me Cheers Posted by Michel12 in Discover | Dec 31, 2007
  • Markets… Mountains and that long walk home…OK, so with less than two days to go on Rarotonga, I had several activities I wanted to get under my belt. I went to the Saturday Markets…. I took the bus tour around the Island… (an hour long drive or Posted by M_Tree in A guide | Dec 11, 2007
  • Squatters, flys and clear water…Once again when you head out into the Australian bush you can expect one of these things to be immanent… 1. You are about to tread on a highly poisons animal or be bitten/stung by one… 2. You are stuck in an inhospitable landscape Posted by M_Tree in Trout Dreaming | Dec 11, 2007
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