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  • Day FiveHout Bay Neither of us drive. We like to get around by public transport where we can. If that isn't an option, we have to do tours, which to be honest we only like to do occasionally. We booked this Posted by irenevt in Cape Town | Feb 11, 2017
  • Day TwoRefreshed after a much needed night's sleep, we set out to explore The Castle of Good Hope - the oldest building in Cape Town. On the way to the castle we walked past City Hall and the Grand Parade. The Posted by irenevt in Cape Town | Feb 11, 2017
  • Good friends After a long day traveling from Vancouver through Toronto, it was amazing to be greeted at the airport by my longest and dearest friend Gitta! Thank you Gitta. We spent a quiet afternoon at Posted by Vita and Mel in Israel November 2016 | Nov 12, 2016
  • The Mother City After a long flight from New York and a good nights sleep we are off on a Cape Town city tour. Cape Town which is called the Mother City...why? I have not yet learned the official reason but Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Mar 22, 2016
  • Good morning Love quotesNumerous individuals decide to begin their day with morning quotes as an approach to set the state of mind for the day ahead. Quotes are regularly utilized as motivation to carry on a certain path, as inspiration to roll out Posted by ronalddavis in I Love You Quotes For Her | Aug 3, 2015
  • The Cape of Good HopeSunday morning we had the pleasure of a visit from our cousins for a beautiful brunch at our hotel. It really adds another layer of interest to travel when you can meet up with family. The offered us Posted by Lauriesam in The Adventures of Lauriesam | Apr 12, 2015
  • Just getting startedToday I have started using travellerspoint to plot our coming trip. This blog entry is part of me sussing out what I can do with this site. So far it looks really useful and I'm hoping that it will Posted by DenMark74 in Our 2014 trip | Apr 18, 2014
  • PutucusiI am a go with the flow type of traveller, as are most of the people I have met during my 2 years! I arrived in Aguas Calientes with the intention of getting up early and hiking the famous Huayna Posted by davidt.ontour in Biting a Piece of the South America Cake | Oct 10, 2013
  • South AfricaToday was our day to adventure see the African Penguins, the Cape of Storms - renamed the Cape of Good Hope - the half way point around the African continent and Cape Point - a much more spectacular point a Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Sep 14, 2013
  • The Good, The Bad and The CultyStill in India and still loving it. My parents flew out a couple of weeks back and it's been awesome exploring parts of the country with them. We've been on the move lots - Amritsar, Dharamsala, Chandigarh, Rishikesh, Delhi, Jaipur, Posted by AnIndiotAbroad in An Indiot Abroad | Feb 5, 2012
  • Fishing and Fun The last two days we've been fishing about 30 miles off the coast of Costa Rica. The weather has been fantastic and as a novice fis Posted by rhislop in Living the Daily Adventure | Jan 20, 2012
  • Delicious and Cheap, how to eat while travelling on a budgetThe key to eating well while not blowing all your money is to avoid tourist traps. Tourist traps are these restaurants that offer mediocare food in very touristy areas. They survive on the fact that tourists have no idea how Posted by dariusz in Indulging the Wanderlust | Dec 22, 2011
  • Farming InvestmentWith such elements at hand, it's simple to see why http://www.agriculturalinvestmentukraine.com is so common.They appeal to people for a quantity of causes. You may possibly have an interest in sustainable farming, rearing a specific breed of stock, gro Posted by earlpeters25 in Jerrod Owens Agustin | Sep 21, 2011
  • Farm InvestmentsNew Zealand is special amongst formulated nations as being reliant on the bulk of its export earnings coming from http://www.agriculturalinvestmentukraine.com/farm-investment-farming-investments-in-ukraine/ , horticulture, forestry and fishing. http://w Posted by jorgefrank49 in Truman Pope Grady | Sep 21, 2011
  • Broken HillHello from Broken Hill. Weather is sunny but with a cool breeze. Went to the sandstone sculptures today, they were amazing. We are in Broken Hill earlier than expected. We wanted to go and do the loop Posted by aljune in Half way round the BIG Island | May 3, 2011
  • Nepal II Traveling is a funny thing. I've been silent mostly beacuse there's only so much I can write about the people and the city. I did get off my lazy bum and onto a bus to the gorgeous town of Pokhara, Posted by Ole blue in Nepal 101 | Feb 12, 2011
  • Baba and SetiI woke up in fright this morning to the cleaning lady body slamming on my door asking to clean my room.. I struggled to pull out one earplug and instinctively yelled out “No thank you!” . When someone Posted by Ole blue in Nepal 101 | Jan 16, 2011
  • dont take the crown jewels to this countryOn Dec 3/12/2010 wa my second trip into Espirito santo to enroll an orphan ito school. On my first tip I stayed at beach front hotel on santo and the place is ok but there is no sandy Posted by chancekoon in my 2 experiences into espirito santo van | Dec 16, 2010

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