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  • Tuk tukIf you want to get from A to B in Kochi you are going to need the services of a tuk tuk. These yellow three wheeled auto rickshaws, which are essentially diesel powered mopeds, sit three in the back, unless Posted by A Green Thought in The view from here | Feb 19, 2020
  • Day 42- 44 - Wildlife, Worry & Whitsunday!14 January 2020- Wildlife After a hectic few days on Fraser we took the day fairly easy; starting off by rearranging our bags and charging devices, this has now become common practice on check out day. Once satisfied we headed to Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Jan 21, 2020
  • Fruits De Mer- In Chalong- PhuketOn of the things about living on an Island is that your diet options expand to fresh fish! I finally got to visiting one of my local food/morning markets and what a treat, not only the usual fruit/veg/meat but a fabulous Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Jan 19, 2020
  • Small changeEssaouira runs on small change. You need it for the taxis (7dh), for mint tea, a plate of lentils in a backstreet cafe, or any purchase from the many holes in the wall where life's essential supplies are sold. Change Posted by A Green Thought in The view from here | Nov 14, 2019
  • Rawai BoatsOne of my peaceful moments short videos that I have finally had time to get to making. Interestingly this was photographed this last Sunday after an unexpected visit to Rawai Beach . I spent quite a bit of time there on Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Sep 16, 2019
  • Next steps...and some new decisionsHello again, after Borobudur we wanted to move to Red Island (East Java). There are a few surf spots and also the famous G-Land. We thought that this could be a nice place because it is surrounded by a national park Posted by The Soulfeeders in The Soulfeeders | Aug 24, 2019
  • Pool time at Mandina Lodges - swimming with Bee EatersAfter lunch we retire to the swimming pool, relaxing, reading, swimming, birdwatching. The pool area is full of at least two dozen little White Throated Bee Eater, swooping down into the water, to catch bugs on the surface, or just Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Apr 13, 2019
  • Dublin - Day 1Since we got into Dublin a little ahead of schedule, we decided to drop our bags off at our Airbnb and take advantage of the extra time. The first stop on our tour of Dublin, we decided to go to Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | May 29, 2019
  • An island of shells[center] Souimanga sunrise[/center] Another Souimanga sunrise greeted us this morning. They seemed to me to be quite different each day – some more orange Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 8, 2016
  • From Muscat to the south[center] Shia Sur al Lewatia Mosque, Muttrah[/center] Although our room at Al Falaj Hotel was comfortable, we were woken far too early (just after 5.0 Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Mar 16, 2019
  • There's always a market...===As in the past, we made several visits to the town's wonderful market, the Mercado dos Lavradores (the Workers' Market). We could never be bored with its colour and sumptuous displays of fruit and vegetables, flowers and fish. === At Posted by Keep Smiling in A postcard from Madeira | Jan 18, 2019
  • Fish Napoleon, doctor Napoleon! Fish Napoleon, doctor Napoleon! Early sunny morning in a wonderful tropical country attracts with its warm, snow-white sand, proud palm trees, a sense of freedom of discovery and of course the ocean, an unforgettable ocean. The ocean trustfully revea Posted by Lovelyocean in Lovelyocean | Jan 1, 2019
  • Of kippers and castles===Craster=== [center] Sign on the old smoke house in Craster[/center] Were it not for one thing there would be little to distinguish Craster from several other pretty Northum Posted by ToonSarah in Northumberland | Aug 26, 2018
  • Portugal Day 4: A Marvãolous Adventure[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/681070/25D9495E-1450-4514-8BAB-968DE9 Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Jul 24, 2018
  • Snorkeling and Scuba Diving - Great Barrier ReefOn Thursday we got on a boat in Port Douglas despite light rain and lightening and traveled out an hour to the Agincourt Reefs. The boat ride out there was pretty bumpy and despite Tracey having motion sickness all else Posted by spbjohnson in Tall Tree Travels | Jul 1, 2018
  • São Tomé - Mucumbili===Memorial dos Heróis da Liberdade=== Yesterday, at Trindade, we saw the memorial at the site of the Batepá Massacre where hundreds of natives were killed by Portuguese forces in 1953 during a rebellion, and Agostinho was telling us how they Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 10, 2018
  • São Tomé city tour and Monte Café I set the alarm for 06:30 this morning for some bird watching in and around the hotel grounds before breakfast. I am not disappointed. Yellow-billed kite Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 9, 2018
  • Croatia, Istria, Pula - Summer days in May As much as we enjoyed Piran, it was now time for the next part of our trip. Initially we had planned to stay in Slovenia and booked our last hotel in Novo Mesto. But the weather forecast Posted by westwind57 in Europe trips | Apr 9, 2018
  • Germany - Tschüss, HelgolandUnfortunately it was already our last day on Helgoland. After breakfast we took another walk before we had to check out at 11.00. Of course we could leave our backpack in the hotel, because the "Fair Lady" back to Bremerhaven Posted by westwind57 in Europe trips | Mar 27, 2018
  • Germany - Düne island near HelgolandThe next morning we woke up quite early, and we still had to wait a little before breakfast would be served. The weather looked promising and the sun just came up. Yesterday we had seen tiny motor ferries shuttling people Posted by westwind57 in Europe trips | Mar 27, 2018
  • Germany - Helgoland, the red rock in the North SeaOn the "Fair Lady" from Bremerhaven to Helgoland we had a very pleasant ride to the island that had fascinated me for such a long time. The sky got blue, but there was pretty much wind. We had a nice Posted by westwind57 in Europe trips | Mar 27, 2018
  • Germany - From Bremerhaven to HelgolandEver since I was a kid, I loved to look at the maps in the atlas, and fantasize what places would look like. Actually, I still do that, but Google Streetview is a bit of a spoiler nowadays. But for Posted by westwind57 in Europe trips | Mar 27, 2018
  • ALFAMA I knew the neighbourhood of Alfama was going to be one of my first stops on my visit to Lisbon. But even before deciding that, I luckily booked my hotel right in the middle of o Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Mar 16, 2018
  • Muscat - Sur - Ras el JinzThe breakfast buffet this morning is huge, with choices of various breads, Indian, English, American and Middle Eastern dishes, plus Continental cold meats / cheese and cereals. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_3AD04B4700B607EF21F6 Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 14, 2018
  • Onwards to Osaka===Modern Japan – with a touch of history=== [center] Waterfront in Osaka at sunset[/center] For a slice of modern Japan you could do much worse than visit Osaka. It has some Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 9, 2013
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