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  • Chachapoyas PeruChachapoyas: first you should know it’s a 10 hour bus from Chiclayo and 14 from Trujillo on the complete other side of the country with not much in between. Also, unlike my other posts I didn’t explore too much of Posted by Veritas2377 in Central & South America | Jul 16, 2019
  • Yosemite Ho!Better hit fast forward on that remote because I am going to skip ahead quite a ways in time to the present – July 8, 2019. I wish I could come up with some excuse about why I haven’t been Posted by oklempay in Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads.. | Jul 9, 2019
  • Cuzco, Peru and Machu Picchu==Cusco== Eats: Quinta Waly- Marcelo Batata- $$$ Paddy’s Irish Pub: located at the edge of the Plaza de Armes upstairs across the street from Norton’s pub. It’s a nice fun atmosphere with good service and drinks. Ca Posted by Veritas2377 in Central & South America | Jul 8, 2019
  • Arequipa, PeruArequipa Things to do: Colca Canyon: if you like fairly steep expensive hikes with average views and no rewarding waterfall or climax a Posted by Veritas2377 in Central & South America | Jul 8, 2019
  • Day 16: Heading HomeWe got up on our last day in Scotland. We walked a couple blocks down the road to have breakfast at the [[|Rendezvous Cafe]]. It was a cute little place with old Hollywood photos everywhere and movies playing in the Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 5, 2019
  • Day 15: Last HurrahThis was our last day with the van, and it was a chilly one. The wind along the coast was biting and chilly. Our first stop was brief due to the weather. We hiked through some open land to the Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 5, 2019
  • the Great Sand Dunes National Park==sand everywhere== We went down to southern Colorado to check out a strange natural phenomenon. First, there's just this great big pile (30 square miles) of sand sitting in the middle of a circle of mountain ranges. But in May, June, Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Jun 30, 2019
  • National Parks (& aliens) - New Mexico USA==overview / intro== To end 2018 and start 2019, I planned a road trip throughout the state of New Mexico. I had plans to stop by Sante Fe (for the Meow Wolf exhibit) and Roswell (for the alien museum), but the Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Jan 4, 2019
  • Day 14: Coastal Walks and RuinsWe woke up to a fairly thick fog and the quiet that only it can produce. After breakfast we went for a short walk through the dunes of the country park to the top of one that overlooked the beach Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 3, 2019
  • Day 13: Lions, Tigers, and BearsWe started out with a plan and then quickly changed our minds. As we were driving north through the [[|Cairngorm National Park]], we saw a sign for the [[|RZSS Highland Wildlife Park]]. We p Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 3, 2019
  • Day 12: History and TeaParking fees start at 8:00AM so we made sure we were up and ready to put money in before the first patrol came looking. After breakfast we took a short walk to the [[|D Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 3, 2019
  • Day 11: EdinburghWe'll preface this entry: This was definitely up there as one of our least favorite days...and it was Ashley's birthday. We got up and made our way into Edinburgh. We originally planned on finding a parking garage but had read Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 2, 2019
  • Day 10: Castles and StatuesWe woke up and made our way out of the forest and drove towards our first destination - [[|Stirling Castle]]. The castle is perched upon a hill that overlooks the city. [img= Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | Jul 2, 2019
  • 7-day itinerary in Greece for a perfect summerGreece is one of the most popular travel destinations for a Mediterranean summer. It has hidden treasures you can discover whether you're a seasoned hiker, a culture chaser or a foodie (like me!). Hiking the tallest mountains in the Posted by sam_travels in Sam Travels the World | Jun 19, 2019
  • One Small Step3 weeks at home can do a lot to a person. For me, it involved much more Netflix than I would care to admit, an average step count of 2000 steps a day (yikes), and your typical diet of vegan Posted by oklempay in Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads.. | Jun 18, 2019
  • 3 reasons why I had a crush on Sapa, VietnamThe first time I went to Vietnam, I stopped in Sapa for a few days and i thought I wouldn’t stay more than 3 days… So I booked my bus tickets to spend 3 days in Sapa and I can Posted by sam_travels in Sam Travels the World | Jun 17, 2019
  • A week-end to hike in Queenstown, NZ If you had to visit only one place in New Zealand (that's not ideal but let's assume), it would be Queenstown. It's on the edge of Lake Whakatipu, surrounded by mountain ranges that will leave you literally speechless. [img=https://photos.travellersp Posted by sam_travels in Sam Travels the World | Jun 17, 2019
  • Andalusia, Castilla y Leon, Aragon and AndorraAfter Morocco, I'll admit that I was happy to be back in Europe. To get to Granada, it was a long drive towards Granada. About three, maybe another half hour to Granada, but it was a decent drive, with plenty Posted by benjamin2981 in Eurotrip 2019 | Jun 16, 2019
  • Day 9: Wet and MildToday we woke up to overcast skies, but thankfully no wind. After our now well-established morning routine we made our way further into the national park and stopped at the little village of [[ Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | May 28, 2019
  • Day 7: Walking in the GlenWe are getting spoiled with these relaxed mornings. Our goal today was to climb [[|Ben Nevis]] which is Scotland's tallest peak. It would be an all day hike. However, we had checked the foreca Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | May 22, 2019
  • Fun 11this morning, we drove in search of lake Ohau. there are 3 lakes near us - pukaki, tekapo and ohau. we drove for a while before locating it. we spent some time here taking pictures. P and M found an Posted by stanleyyeo in Yeo Family's NZ South Island 2019! | May 19, 2019
  • Day 4: Trials and TribulationsOur first not-so-great day, weather and experience-wise. We woke up to fog and a very fine rain. We had a ferry to catch so we didn't dawdle during our morning routine. The drive back to Tarbert didn't take us very Posted by kdpitt08 in Scotland | May 17, 2019
  • If you book it, they will come.....I've started this blog as a way for me to look back and see the mistakes that I made, misconceptions that I had prior to actually doing the Kokoda Trial in June 2019. and also to hopefully help others also Posted by jyoung80 in The Kokoda Trail | Feb 11, 2019
  • Rediscover Yourself in Nepal on solo tripNepal offers a marvelous picturesque landscape for years to cherish. Solo traveling explores the complete new dimension of own self. It is a journey of self-exploration. Solo minds always converge into curiosity, exploration, and self-analysis and falling Posted by NepalTourism in Hiking in Nepal | Feb 11, 2019
  • 2018 hiking - Colorado USA==overview / intro== Some more of the places I ran or hiked in 2018: * Bergen Peak * Colorado Trail - section 2 * Grand Lake * Horsetooth Falls * Lair o' the Bear * Lake Jasper * Mt Galbraith * Mt Falcon * Red Rocks * Reynolds Park / E Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Jan 1, 2019
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