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  • A Day on the Equator - 3 September 2021I didn't sleep that well and if I got a wake-up call, it didn't wake me up. I woke about 7. The clock was on the other side of the bed and I couldn't see it well. Posted by greatgrandmaR in Crossing One Off the Bucket List in 2021 | Sep 3, 2021
  • São João dos Angolares – Rolas IslandAs we go for breakfast this morning, we are given a message from our agents that the rain has caused havoc with the roads, so they are going to be half an hour late picking us up this morning (Nino, Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 12, 2018
  • Drink Rum Punch Before Racing A GoatCruising on a ship can be dangerous for your health. I appreciate that statement is a generalization and, if one were to stay locked in a cabin for the duration, apart from being offered psychiatric assessment, little can go wrong. Posted by Wheelspin in Bring On Another Hurrican | Jan 5, 2018
  • To market, to market …===… To buy a fat pig?=== Maybe not, but Otavalo market is still, despite being very “touristy”, a must for most visitors to Quito. To be honest, when plan Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 27, 2012
  • Kisumu and Yala KenyaEarlier this morning we went to Avenue Hospital in Kisumu to meet my mother-in-law for the first time. Unfortunately she was not well enough today for introductions. I did meet my other two brothers-in-law, a couple aunts, and a cousin. Posted by bmotieno in See the Journey | Nov 27, 2015
  • Maralal - Naivasha - Nairobi - Brussels - London - Bristol Day eight of our Journey to the Jade Sea with [[|Undiscovered Destinations]]. What a difference a cool room makes! Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 16, 2015
  • Nairobi - Equator - Isiolo - SamburuDay one of our private Journey to the Jade Sea with [[|Undiscovered Destinations]]. After last night's safety paranoia, the surroundings look peaceful and tranquil this morning as we explore the hotel grounds an Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 9, 2015
  • Days 99-100 Over the Equator, homeward boundIt is the big day, and a very long one, we are returning home to Istanbul, via Miami-London... Travel anxiety hit us big time as we only got to sleep for an hour or so. Woke up at 4 AM to Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Mar 9, 2014
  • Back in AsiaI have been trying to explain why I abandoned the Liberty. It's been difficult to tell without making it sound horrible. But it wasn't. The sailing was great. It was an awesome trip fixing the ship then crossing from India Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Jan 28, 2014
  • The turnaround“No more coffee??” You could almost see the blood leaving Gerd’s face. We were fifty miles north of the equator, yet still far from the coast of Sumatra. It was a fine day, gentle wind blue sky. The date, January Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Jan 21, 2014
  • An extra week for some dentistry. Did I hear someone say medical tourism. We had heard so much about it that we thought we (Sophie) would try it out in the form of dentistry. She had ripped a massive chunk out of on Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Jul 12, 2013
  • Zero degreesAt this very moment the temperature outside my window is somewhere around zero degrees Celsius. Yesterday it was snowing, today it looks more like rain. I prefer the snow. It doesn't get under your skin like cold rain does and Posted by Evita in Ecuador 2013 | Jan 27, 2013
  • Truck Life Begins: Kenya to UgandaHello! Overland Truck life is going well. The truck is really well equipped, even with drinking water which I am happy about (save my $1-2 a day water budget). I like how the seats are arranged, facing the middle of the Posted by neerg_08 in It's time for Africa | Jun 9, 2011
  • Journey to the Middle of the EarthOutside of Quito is a small tourist trap called ¨La Mitad del Mundo¨. I say tourist trap fondly as it was, surprisingly, thoroughly enjoyable (and scientific!). We pulled into what looked like a cement fabrication driveway, turned the Posted by kxa52 in Wandering Andersons | Jun 1, 2011
  • Toothpaste FlowerI have been brushing my teeth over the same rock since September, carefully chosen to avoid the vegetable patch and grass that our partner organisation is rather optimistically trying to grow, and I have returned from leave to find a Posted by hobbit1 in Not really a travel blog | Jan 21, 2011

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