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  • A stay on the east coast===Final flight on 'our' Ilyushin Il-18D=== This morning we had our last flight on Kim Il Sung’s former private aircraft, so after checking out of the hotel straight after breakfast we drove to the Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Dec 7, 2019
  • In our country …[center] View from our bedroom, with 'arty' edit[/center] A favourite phrase of our North Korean guides was ‘In our country …’, and perhaps nowhere mo Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Dec 2, 2019
  • Flying north We had spent the morning visiting two final (for now) sights in Pyongyang – Mirae Scientists’ Street and the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum. After a hurried lunch of pizza (yes really – a Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Nov 27, 2019
  • Wulong, the City of the Savory Spring PuddingWulong people are full of great cooking skills and can make a great dish even with only average ingredients. One example of this is the delectable Spring Pudding. Even normal soybeans can transform into delicious Spring Pudding with the culinary skill of Posted by Cicy Yang in Delicious Food in Wulong | Nov 13, 2019
  • Kaesong historyI slept well, grateful for the slightly softer bed at the Janamsan hotel, although the groaning noise it made every time I turned over was a slight downside. Breakfast was served in the same room as dinner last night and Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Nov 7, 2019
  • The Most Characteristic Lamb Dish in WulongIn 2006, Yimou Zhang went to Wulong to film "Curse of the Golden Flower", after he tasted Wulong’s mutton,he said that "If you haven't eaten Wulong's mutton, you have never been to Wulong." People have always believed that delicious mutton Posted by Cicy Yang in Traditional Culture Brilliant in Wulong | Oct 31, 2019
  • #3 : Villainy and Bad Company==Where am I heading when I sleep?== The hows and whys of any given situation never cease to fascinate me. How can an action, so simple and plain, combined with a plethora of settings of every kind and shapes, bloom a Posted by KrimFiction in Krim's Fictions | Oct 31, 2019
  • Wild Atlantic Way IrelandLeaving Kinsale, on our last night we saw a magnificent sight as a meteor flared across the water, trailing a blue/green light, moving at high speed in front of us. Unbelievable, we all made a wish. For the next Posted by tjcampergirl in TJ Camper Girl | Oct 30, 2019
  • Freedom, high-day, freedom!Keszthely, Hungary Sunday, 27 October 2019 Contrary to what some people may think (yes, Tom B., I am looking straight at you!), writing this travel blog is not my principal activity when I am overseas. Blogging is strictly a spare-tim Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Oct 27, 2019
  • To Pyongyang! ===Flying to Pyongyang=== [float=right] At Beijing Capital Airport[/float]Today was the big day! We w Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Oct 19, 2019
  • Beijing temples[center] Seen near the Lama Temple[/center] [float=right][img= thumb Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Oct 17, 2019
  • Sunday afternoon in Beijing[center] Lotus flower in the lake at Bei Hai Park[/center] Leaving the Forbidden City (see [[|previous entry Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Oct 15, 2019
  • Berlin SummerI'm in Spain as I write this, where it is still summer. In Berlin, summer is gone, but it was beautiful while it lasted. When we first arrived in Berlin, I was Very Concerned because I was wearing scarves in July. Posted by anoceanaway in An Ocean Away | Oct 14, 2019
  • Our adventure begins![center] A Bei Hai Park teahouse (taken the following day)[/center] ===Flying to Beijing=== Our tour of DPRK was due to start and finish in Beijin Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Oct 10, 2019
  • Tbilisi - New Tips I found my way around quite a lot of Tbilisi when I visited in May, and on my second visit in September I dug a bit deeper. In terms of accommodation, I went Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Oct 8, 2019
  • O Solo Roma - Day 6 - Hunting for the Ecstasy of St. Teresa][center][/center] It was day six in Rome. I had read my guide book the previous evening and found something that fascinated me. So my big plan for the day wa Posted by littlesam1 in Traveling Sam | Sep 26, 2019
  • Day twenty-four - visiting friends==Planning my route== I’d been invited to lunch by a friend who lives north of Yerevan’s Victory Park. I was going to get a taxi but looking at the map, her apartment looked as if it was within walking distance if Posted by Cath_Greig in Caucasus adventures | Sep 22, 2019
  • Day twenty - heading for the Cascades==The Cascade Complex== I started by exploring close to the apartment. It’s within a complex of houses bordered by Mashtots, Zakyan, Khorenatsi and Grigor Lusavorich Streets. It isn’t in the heart of the tourist area so feels more local. Posted by Cath_Greig in Caucasus adventures | Sep 18, 2019
  • R and R After Berlin, my next stop on this September adventure is Tbilisi. I have 3 nights here to relax into my holiday and recover from the travel. Tbilisi is Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Sep 18, 2019
  • Berlin, Again My September holiday has started! And so far, so good. Very good, to be honest. Ryanair has transported me safely to Berlin - and the flight was 20 min Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Sep 15, 2019
  • Walled City of ChesterThe walled city of Chester is one of the oldest in Britain, and has a charm and splendor all of its own despite being dwarfed in size by neighboring Liverpool and Manchester. Chester is the best preserved walled city Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 14, 2019
  • O Solo Roma - Day Five - Piazza Navona and Trastevere [center][/center] [center]Piazza Cavour[/center] I never did find Piazza Navona and the Bernini fountain the previous day. So I started out again today to try to Posted by littlesam1 in Traveling Sam | Sep 7, 2019
  • Day five - Tbilisi to BorjomiBasically, our main focus was to get packed, eat breakfast and get out of the apartment. It was raining outside and puddles were beginning to form in the dug up road outside the bedroom window. Not a very Posted by Cath_Greig in Caucasus adventures | Sep 2, 2019
  • ‘The spine of the earth is about to crumble’[center] The great dome of the Bibi Khanum northern mosque[/center] Today was our last day in Uzbekistan, and like yesterday we had a morning sightsee Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 14, 2007
  • From Bukhara to the desertIt was time to leave Bukhara, much as I would have liked to have stayed another day. After breakfast in the beautiful dining room of our hotel, the Mosque Baland, and farewells to our hosts there, we set off, driving Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 11, 2007
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