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  • The Gateway to the South Island Board the Interislander, a slow boat from New Zealands' North Island to the South Island. This 3 1/2 hour ferry ride will take you from the creative bussy-ness of the countries capital, Wellington. Over the Posted by danharris in Hopping back on the bus! | Nov 17, 2009
  • Chiang Mai - Jungle Trekking Adventure From Chiang Mai we took a 3 day/2 night trekking tour, with 3 others and the guide. Orchid garden and butterfly farm Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Oct 12, 2009
  • three countries in less than a weekI headed to Nicaragua with the school program on October 22. Before we went we learned alot of Nicaragua's history, I'll give a brief overview: [i]Settled in 1524, independent in 1821. Since the independence they had a group of liberals from Posted by touché in Last School Semester | Nov 15, 2009
  • Excursions in the Lake Baikal regionIf your time is limited, and you plan only a short stop in the Lake Baikal region, but you want your time to be well spent and you want to discover something new, visit interesting places, experience new things... I Posted by baikaleast in Travel to Lake Baikal | Nov 11, 2009
  • The Pobjilkha ValleyPobjilkha is a beautiful green valley, the bottom just turning rust colored as frost hits the sedges. The bottom is about 4km wide and very long, long enough that some residents migra Posted by rsherry in Bhutan Diary | Nov 10, 2009
  • Choco-la-tayKris and I have been planning on going to Semuc Champey for some time now. I read about this lodge near Champey called El Retiro in Lanquin. It's a famous backpacker lodge that is very affordable. I contacted Josue at Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Nov 6, 2009
  • Shticks!On Wednesday I decided to climb Volcan Pacaya. The tour was arranged by the school. Usually I don't go with the school since it is cheaper to arrange those trips on my own but this one was cheap enough and Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Nov 6, 2009
  • Shark Bait...In 2003, I was fortunate to visit the Galapagos Island with 12 of my closest scuba diving friends. For one week we would make the Peter Hughes Sky Dancer our home. Our itinerary was to include visiting islands the islands Posted by Traveldive in Travel & Dive...Repeat As Needed... | Oct 30, 2009
  • The lost valley of CochamoIf you are going to Chile , if you like wildlife and incredible scenery , if you like walking or doing horseriding and mountain climbing just go to : the valley of Cochamo , in the lakes district , 2 hours Posted by rouvnico in the lost valley of Cochamo | Oct 29, 2009
  • SpeedySender's main job in Monterrico is to work with Sea Turtles. They walk up and down the beach every night looking for mama turtles who are making their way up the beach to lay their eggs. They lay around 100 Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Oct 28, 2009
  • Reflecting on glassApparently it was the turtle festival that week in Monterrico. The night we arrived there was a stage set up on the street and a DJ spinning all kinds of music, merengue, reggaeton, dance and pop. Everyone was dancing on Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Oct 27, 2009
  • 5 reasons to go to Lake BaikalDear friends, I know 5 reasons to go to Lake Baikal. Do you any other ideas? 1. Baikal is the deepest (1637 m) freshwater lake in the world Among lakes of the world Lake Baikal is at the first place on depth. On Posted by baikaleast in Travel to Lake Baikal | Oct 24, 2009
  • GalapagosLocated about 600 miles off the coast, for many years the Enchanted Islands were a total backwater, ignored by everyone, including Ecuador, which annexed them shortly before Darwin visited in 1832. The only practical way to see them on Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Oct 16, 2009
  • The East Africa's True TravelersOur trips have been for fun, touring, site seeing and making friends with these different communities therefore our understanding of these regions and countries is invaluable. We would like to offer our knowledge, advice, support and orientation Posted by Oxford510 in East Africa True Travelers | Oct 15, 2009
  • Project Ledger 1.0 Project Ledger was the brain-child of a young Optus visionary; an occasion for a few of the boys to get together and catch some fish. But as the project developed and escalated, it became apparent that Ledger would become a Posted by adsogroup in Adso & Chez | Sep 29, 2009
  • Tulum Vacations Think of a tropical beach… swaying palm trees; the clear ,blue-turquoise water of the Caribbean sea; the p Posted by JoinTravel in Tulum Vacations | Sep 22, 2009
  • A Comedy of ErrorsOne of the consistently different things about Europe and US (as I've been able to tell in my first week here) in the drive towards conservation. The place this has been most apparent to me is in the bathrooms. Almost Posted by meganselby in We Are Not Teachers Anymore | Sep 21, 2009
  • I am planning to go for 4d trek to Endau-RompinAbout Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia Located on the Johor-Pahang border, Endau-Rompin National Park is made up of a lush, pristine tropical rainforest. It is the second largest national park in the Peninsula after Taman Negara, and Posted by Kathgoh in My Soul Journey...Beyond the Ordinario.. | Sep 17, 2009
  • Interlaken, Switzerland - in the AlpsInterlaken, in the scenic Jungfrau region, is the first spot on our vacations where we really regretted not having extra time (our next hostel was already booked). We arrived in the evening to catch the end of a marching Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Sep 7, 2009
  • Luzern - I like SwitzerlandSwitzerland is such a beautiful country. Luzern is cut in half by a river [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/21158 Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Sep 6, 2009
  • Photo UpdatesOk, so I uploaded a few hundred photos, so you can check them out. Start at the very end and work your way to the beginning. I've only added captions to the Great Wall section, so I'll work Posted by bengully in Ben's China Adventures | Sep 13, 2009
  • Israel: World biggest junctionIsrael gets alot of attention all over the world , this small piece of land is holy for jews , muslims , christians , druzes and bahaics - all together are more then 50% of the world's Posted by alonkaf in Land of Galilee | Sep 11, 2009
  • The Ultimate House Build for charityHere's another attempt at a video showing how our building project went.... really! I know YoutTube killed my last soundtrack so I made a more "natural" one! :-) Posted by beckywicks in The itchy foot & wheely case | Sep 10, 2009
  • Capitol Hill ConservatoryCapitol Hill -- it can be sleazy, dirty, and overrun with homeless people. It’s liberal, gay friendly, and colorful. It’s not your typical family, cul-de-sac community nor does it top the list of “must see” Seattle destinations. Yet many Posted by Jennylynn in Jennifer's Journeys | Sep 2, 2009
  • Line Up the Last of the Summer HousesBoring stuff first: In 2006, there were 475 051 summer cottages in Finland. 475 051. So when I tell people that we have one, they assume we're rich. We're not. We're Finnish. There are just over five million people in Finland, Posted by Ofelia in Where is Maaret? | Aug 30, 2009
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