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  • Seven Wells:) Selamat pagi people!!! It’s a beautiful morning on this beautiful island. So we’ve come to Langkawi Island to continue our journey. We are staying at the Kampung Tok Senik Resort. It’s a really nice place to stay. Very comfy Posted by gpa2010 in Exotic Treasures of Malaysia | Feb 11, 2010
  • Burau BayHey!!!!! We are in Burau Bay this week. Burau Bay, or locally known as Pantai Teluk Burau, is located some 20 minutes from Langkawi International Airport. The only way to get here is by taxi which is RM20-RM30 each way. If Posted by gpa2010 in Exotic Treasures of Malaysia | Feb 9, 2010
  • Spice GardenSelamat sejahtera my friends :) So we have left beautiful Kuala Lumpur and have arrived at Penang. We decided to bus it to Penang to get a view of the road trip. It is amazing to go on bus trips in Posted by gpa2010 in Exotic Treasures of Malaysia | Jan 16, 2010
  • Iguazu Falls So we arrived in Puerto Iguazu, got off the air conditioned bus and was hit by the heat and humidity! It is very warm here as its surrounded by the jungle. We found our way to the hostel and relaxed Posted by St Martins in Sadie and James | Mar 4, 2010
  • Chasing Rainbowsthe creek laced mountains of western North Carolina, with several thousand miles of public and private trout water packed into a million acres, there is another version of the sport. Along the area’s narrow river reaches, casts are Posted by BlueWat in Robbinsville, North Carolina | Feb 25, 2010
  • K’anba CavesMORNING It was no rain tonight, but morning is cloudy. Humid and warm - forests are all around. We didn't sleep well last night, our neighbours - S. American teens, managed active night life: first they had fun and it last till Posted by vanessa in Central America 2005 | Feb 6, 2005
  • Semuc ChampeyAfter breakfast we went to Semuc Champey :( NAKED ROBBERS The way to Semuc Champey was short and pleasant. Flat road, some plantations on the way, green river aside, tropical scenery and very warm day. This pastoral idyll was suddenly Posted by vanessa in Central America 2005 | Feb 5, 2005
  • Adventure in Mapawa Nature Park Philippines has a lot of tourist attractions. The country was endowed with natural scenic zones such as beaches, natural and ecological sites, historic and cult Posted by crizyana in Travel Around the World | Feb 23, 2010
  • Arrived in Chiang Rai We took a bus from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai that was only 2 1/2 hours. We traveled through the mountains to get here so it was an interesting bus ride. We didn't have a place Posted by Thai-Sarah in Tyler & Sarah - other side of the world | Feb 17, 2010
  • The Last Paradise in South AmericaThis March 19,2010, we are going to discover an amazing place hiding in the Ecuadorian Jungle. This place is known as Yasuni, a national park located at North East of Ecuador. The trip is going to start in Quito flying Posted by Danilo08 in The Last Paradise in South America | Feb 17, 2010
  • Chincoteague and Assateague IslandsAfter a week of record snowfall in the DC area and being trapped at home, Hilary and I took a budget Valentines Weekend trip to Chincoteague Island for a few days. We stayed in a Hampden Inn, swam in the Posted by BryanG in On The Road | Feb 16, 2010
  • Older (But Not 'old') traveler for touristsFirst time to this site and already I appreciate the hesitancy of some of you future travelers 'stepping out' of your own familiar countries. Hi, my name is Al- I am American and now living in the Philippines. Actually I Posted by AlMar in Come to the Philippines | Feb 5, 2010
  • TancakIt is nine in the morning when we get to the welcome post of Mount Pasang after some 30 minutes of motorcycle riding. After passing through well-built, inclining roads, we reach the entrance of Mount Pasang Village, and we are Posted by argoraung in Tancak | Jan 31, 2010
  • “Earth, Wind, Inspire”: Mdest 09+Are you looking for the newest and best attractions in New Jersey? Are you looking for value closer to home? Do you have friends from out of town asking for great deals and activities in the area? Are you interested Posted by EugeneF in The Many Things To Do In The Meadowlands | Jan 14, 2010
  • Ecotourism in Oaxaca: Arroyo GuacamayaAlvin Starkman, M.A., LL.B. Arroyo Guacamaya is one of the closest ecotourism sites to the City of Oaxaca, accessible by private vehicle in about an hour, or public transportation. La Guacamaya has most if not all of the features and Posted by titosarah in Attractions in and around Oaxaca, Mexico | Jan 10, 2010
  • Riding wavesSan Juan del Sur is a small surf town. There are many surf shops and you see surfers walking around town with their boards all the time. Restaurants line the beach and cruise ships pull in there from time to Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Jan 7, 2010
  • Nail showersThe next day we decided to go to the San Ramón Waterfall. We were told it's an hour walk down the main dirt road then an hour hike to the base of the waterfall. A 4-hour semi-flat hike sounded relatively Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Jan 4, 2010
  • Muddy MaderasThere isn't much to do in Ometepe. The island is very underdeveloped and the dirt roads are in horrendous conditions. Most people hike or kayak around the island. Luke and I decided to hike a volcano and go to the Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Jan 4, 2010
  • Day two- let the fun begin!On Sunday, we awoke to the most amazing smells- breakfast was sizzling and the coffee was hot. Steph, the dive instructor, gave us a run down for the day’s itinerary and off we went to our first dive site Posted by bblizard in Exuma Cays Sailing Charter | Dec 29, 2009
  • Luang Nam Tha - Lao countryside and kayaking From Thailand and through Northern Laos was some of the best countryside we've seen. The mountainous landscapes were breathtaking, comparable to Cape Breton, while the road passed by many villages of thatch houses built on stilts. After 2 Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Dec 6, 2009
  • Phuket - Tropical Beach Paradise We spent longer than we had planned to in Phuket, staying in town and going to a different beach from there. Our hotel, Pengman, was real cheap (120 Baht, under $4 per night) and conveniently located near the wonderful Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Dec 1, 2009
  • Kumily - Tea, spices, "India's best nature reserve" When we got off the bus in Kumily we fended off the usual slew of tuk-tuk drivers that wanted to help us find a place to stay (with unmentioned commissions to them for the referral). Then as I was Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Nov 11, 2009
  • Allepey - Slow Kerala backwater boat tour Somewhere on Lonely Planet's list of 10 things you need to do before you die is to take a houseboat along the Kerala backwaters in Southern India. We did the next best thing, taking a 5-hour rowboat tour, just Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Nov 8, 2009
  • A bit nuttyOne day Alisha and I decided to go to the Macadamia farm just outside of Antigua. A 30-minute chicken bus ride and we were dropped off right in front of the entrance to Valhalla. We walked in and the place Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Nov 28, 2009
  • To pee or not to pee? HI! I can't believe we've only been here a week. We've been really busy on the farm and feel settle Posted by africraigs in africraigs | Nov 20, 2009
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