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  • My Cup (of Vuvuzelas) Runneth Over...Has the world just witnessed the most sanitised/homogenised World Cup experience ever? An experience so at odds with what ordinary residents/travellers experience? I arrived in South Africa with hazy memories of a family trip to Kenya almost 20 years ago Posted by rm7782 in Here in body | Aug 5, 2010
  • 8.1On 1,Aug.2010,there is a highlight in China,the shaoling temple have succeded in applying for the World Culture Heritage,the shaoling temple attract many peples"attension,as the CEO of the temple.the controller -Shiyongxin,who is the youngest CEO in sha Posted by annielei in Highlight of shaolin temple | Aug 3, 2010
  • The Mantis ShrimpGood day. Currently writing this from the hostel back in KK where I arrived a couple of hours ago from Kudat. Was out on the boat last night and so am feeling pretty haggered- not really in the mood for Posted by mburgass in Malaysia, Truly Asia | Aug 2, 2010
  • Hay Buhay! Wow Buhay!Uhaaa!!!! I clearly remember that very day that I was given this wonderful gift by God. Narinig ko ang sabi ng doktor na nagpaanak sa Mama ko sabi nya "Ang cute ng Anak nyo Misis" (walang aangal blog ko Posted by drahcir07 in .....Il Momento....... | Aug 2, 2010
  • Following James Michener’s theory of travelI’ve found my best glimpses into the Kenyan culture and lifestyle has been during my time spent with my friends in Nairobi and Eldoret. I’ve accepted the food, learned the customs, embraced the religion and the people. James Michener would Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Aug 1, 2010
  • Queenstown to Glacier CountryWorth a little mention, before we got to Queenstown we stopped off at a spot called the Chasm, a huge cavernous network of caves and blowholes which was quite something. The car park believe it or not though was the Posted by Gavness in Gav & Neeta on the road. | Aug 1, 2010
  • The Milford TrackThe next trip is one that I have been waiting for a is the legendery Milford Track. We set of from Te Anau with map in hand. Our first stop is Mistletoe Lake which is so quiet Posted by Gavness in Gav & Neeta on the road. | Aug 1, 2010
  • July 24th Today I got up at 6:50am or there abouts, showered, shaved and headed out the door to meet Alastair. Finlay dropped me off at the Posted by classique in Wanderings of a Kiwi | Jul 31, 2010
  • Celebratng his 2nd annivesary in the office...Where do i go from here? to be continued... Posted by LyndonPaul in A day or two of great pork and pleasure | Jul 28, 2010
  • Friday June 25thToday I started work at 3:30am for the morning milking, fed the milk cows and calf’s and finished up at around 9:30 am. I got ready and headed out to Pastor Lewis’s place to pick him and his 2 Posted by classique in Wanderings of a Kiwi | Jul 26, 2010
  • Now... Just a short wait for Brazil 2014It was 04.37. Or maybe 05:44. Or 03:12. Actually, I have no frickin idea what it was. But it was late. Or early. Or something. Regardless, It was the morning after the World Cup final, daylight was rapidly encroaching on Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Jul 26, 2010
  • Fun in Eldoret: Part 2As I’ve spent more time at Moi, I’ve become more familiar and comfortable with Eldoret, and with Sister Clara and my IU friends, have ventured out a bit into the city. Eldoret is about a 45 minute ride (about an Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Jul 26, 2010
  • Diving, Drinking & MarxanJust thought I'd give another update, before I head back back up to Kudat tomorrow to continue with the TED trials. I've had a great few days break back here in KK and the thought of going back to Kudat Posted by mburgass in Malaysia, Truly Asia | Jul 26, 2010
  • Diego gets his comeuppanceGreen Cape stadium in Cape Town was actually a bit of a disappointment. From a distance, it looks fantastic. But up close, it looked very temporary. The outer cladding was a metal mesh. Inside it, all was bare unpainted concrete Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Jul 24, 2010
  • A wandering againPretty much straight after the damp squib of the Brazil-Portugal game, and after a week in Durban doing very little, I went and found my car, and with 8 days free before my next ticket in Cape Town, headed off. Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Jul 23, 2010
  • DurbanDurban definitely had benefits - comedy value: On arrival we got directed to park on the 10th story of what turned out to be an 8 story car park, which pretty much had us collapsed in helpless laughter after having Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Jul 23, 2010
  • MythbustingYes, dear readers, it is time yet again for me to break out some truths and solve some myths. Or something like that. 1. Africa is hot. Oh no it f*cking isn't! Well, not all of it, all the time, anyway. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Jul 22, 2010
  • The Graveyard ShiftWell I think it's safe to say that the glamorous side of the trip has officially come to an end. I said last time that I was expecting to be up in Kudat, the fishing town, for the best part Posted by mburgass in Malaysia, Truly Asia | Jul 21, 2010
  • Scarlet Letter is a novel to see and read,but a Written ExamScarlet Letter of Nathaniel Hawthorne is a novel to see and read,but a Written Exam in Romania has such figure of speech to re-state 'Litotes'.The best way of knowing the procedure aligns to the goodness of knowing an influential persoana Posted by simonette in Simonette Brebenariu first landing in RO | Jul 21, 2010
  • A taste of what is to come...HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn is presented with the “Fulbright Caring Leader Across Cultures Award” by Fulbright Thailand July 16, 2010, 7:59 pm [i](Both the article and the photo are taken from the website of the Ministry of Forei Posted by decuirrl in a long-winded carte postale | Jul 20, 2010
  • Bali, IndonesiaAhh Bali. The very word conjures up exotic images of swaying palms, friendly people, frangipani, and the hypnotic sounds of gongs and gamelons. Yes, some of this is true, but after many years of tourism it Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Jul 19, 2010
  • Wai Kru Day!I have very vague memories of giving my teachers gifts. There were the years when my parents must have sent me to school with something in my booksack to say thank you. Then I know there was a Posted by decuirrl in a long-winded carte postale | Jul 18, 2010
  • The festivals in Buxton, DerbyshireI seem to have arrived in Buxton in the middle of a great big festival. On Wednesday, in an attempt to stay awake, having arrived in the UK at 5:30 in the morning, I went for a walk through the Posted by kithica in A Nomad at Heart | Jul 17, 2010
  • Shannon's Swim Lesson[b]Shannon had her one of her bi-weekly swim lessons today. It's held at the St. Helena High School pool, which is outisde. The High School Swim team actually teaches the lessons. It's a pretty neat idea. The only problem is Posted by Vriesema in West Coast Trip | Jul 15, 2010
  • Myrtle Beach Golf trip - Round 9 * Played today's round at World Tour Golf Links, which contains holes 'inspired' by other courses around the world. Very similar to our Wooden Sticks in Toronto but this one had 3 9's and for one price, we got to play Posted by dnaman in We're leaving on a jet plane... | Jul 14, 2010
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