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  • Treshnish IslesFor many seabird & wildlife enthusiasts, a day trip with Turus Mara a family business based on the Isle of Mull will provide observation and photo opportunities of a greater variety of feathered and woolly creatures than ever before. Puffins, Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | May 13, 2022
  • Chachapoyas 2022 - Peru==overview / intro== In the north central part of Peru is an interesting area. It's part of the highlands, we were around 10,000 feet of elevation a lot of the time. But it's also part of the rainforest. The rivers here Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Apr 25, 2022
  • Trujillo 2022 - Peru==overview / intro== North of Lima along the coast are several towns with historic and archeological sites. We took a long weekend trip up there to check it out. First we flew into Trujillo, capital of La Libertad department. We checked out Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Mar 22, 2022
  • Wat Phra Hin Wanaram@watprahinwanaram Prachuap Khiri Khan province Imagine me driving along the road to Huahin, when I see in the distance this beautiful white Chedi/Temple. I am on a main highway looking for the entrance to what I know will be a treat of Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Mar 2, 2022
  • outside Lima 2022 - Peru==overview / intro== We spent a few weekends checking out the historic sites just outside the city limits (1-3 hours away from the center of Lima). The first was Pachacamac to the south. It has been around for thousands of years, and Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Jan 31, 2022
  • Mainly about the Real Alcázar [center][/center] It was Sunday, so after another good breakfast in Gusto we decided to go to a morning mass at the cathedral. This gave us another chance to experience this majestic spa Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Jan 18, 2022
  • The rain in Spain [center] Guests at a baptism in Triana[/center] We had breakfast in a nearby coffee shop, Gusto, where I enjoyed a great yoghurt and fruit bowl. We then spent the day dodging sho Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Jan 15, 2022
  • Deoksugung and Early Korean history [img= Posted by PetersF in South Korea | Jan 10, 2022
  • Cusco and Machu Picchu 2021 - Peru==overview / intro== After spending over a week in the Sacred Valley, went took a night train to the town at the base of Machu Picchu, named Aguas Clientes. The next morning was a very early alarm to take a bus Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Nov 22, 2021
  • Arriving in Lima 2021 - Peru==overview / intro== In September, we took the first step of a plan to explore South America, and specifically the country of Peru. It has the start of the Amazon river, areas of the Amazon jungle, mountain peaks over 22,000 feet, Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Sep 22, 2021
  • The Fens It had been a long time since we had had a relaxing getaway, and so we booked ourselves a lodge with a hot tub in Norfolk, and went up with my brother and sister. We travelled up after Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Sep 14, 2021
  • Pidurangala Pidurangala Rock is only a 20-minute walk from Sigiriya Rock and costs about $3 to enter. The view from the top of the rock is more impressive than the more famous and popular Sri La Posted by kasthuri_jr. in 0.3% | Sep 8, 2021
  • Loch Doon a tourist hot spot Loch Doon is bit of a tourist hotspot. It is connected by a single-track well maintained winding road with passing places to the main highway near Dalmellington. The loch boasts a new Café, the Roundhous Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Aug 28, 2021
  • Strathblane Falconry and Mugdock Country Park My wife and I spent two nights in Strathblane, staying at the Kirkhouse Inn. Strathblane is an area only 30 minutes north of Glasgow. The transformation from city to country is however complete. It is an area of narrow roads, Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Aug 24, 2021
  • Dalgarven Mill countryside museum[center][/center] The mill is situated at Dalry Road, Kilwinning, Ayrshire in a secluded hollow just off the main Glasgow to Kilwinning Road, only 25 minutes’ walk from Kilwinning Town Centre. The monks Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Aug 21, 2021
  • Otavalo and a little bit moreSurprisingly enough I slept quite alright and although I woke up a few times around 3 and 5 AM, when our alarm clock finally went off at 6.30  AM, I was quite awake and ready to start the day! After we've got Posted by Ils1976 in Ecuador & Galapagos ... me gusta mucho! | Jul 22, 2021
  • Galena, Illinois: The Perfect Weekend Getaway from ChicagoSample Itinerary (from Chicago) - Day 1: Elgin’s Walton Island, Stockton murals, Galena - Day 2: Explore Galena including the Galena River Trail, Ulysses S. Grant home, and Historic Galena; Chestnut Mountain Resort, and Casper Bluff - Day Posted by madrugada in Destination (Un)known. | Jul 20, 2021
  • Irvine Harbour and the Scottish Maritime Museum Irvine's harbour was one of the most important ports in Scotland in the 16th century. Much of the harbour went into decline in the 19th century when Glasgow, Greenock and Port Glasgow achieved higher pr Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Jun 24, 2021
  • Up to Orkney After returning from Northumberland, things did not exactly improve. Over the winter we spent another 4 months in solid lockdown, and from which we are still emerging. Both Christmas and my 30th birthday w Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Jun 10, 2021
  • Hawick in the Scottish Borders[center][center][/center][/center] Hawick is the largest town in the Scottish Borders and one of the farthest from the sea. It sits at the confluence of the Slitrig Water with the River Teviot. The west end of the town contains "the Mote" Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Jun 3, 2021
  • Abandoned Building- Kew Aung Tai Temple-RawaiAlso named as Kew Ong Tai De Am Rawai, I couldn't find anymore than the translation below about this place. What appeared to be a great vegetarian, community effort that ran out of funds. None the less an interesting Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | May 10, 2021
  • Culzean Castle and Country Park Culzean Country Park established in 1969 formed the first in Scotland. This estate was once the playground of David Kennedy, 10th Earl of Cassillis – a man who was keen to impress with his wealth and status. Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | May 3, 2021
  • The Holiday Resort of Largs in Scotland Largs sits on the Clyde coast opposite the isle of Cumbrae. Visitors like to take the frequent ferry across to there, as it only takes 10 minutes. A bus meets the ferry and takes visitors to Millport Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Apr 26, 2021
  • The Scottish seaside town of Ayr‘Auld Ayr whom near a toun surpasses for honest men and bonnie lasses’ as Ayr’s famous son Robert Burns would have it, stands on the River Ayr and Ayrshire’s coast. It sports a long sandy beach and is popular with Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Apr 18, 2021
  • Vietnam Hoa Lu and Tam CocHoa Lu and Tam Coc 11th August We had an excellent night’s sleep. We breakfasted on the patio by the main pool and the food was lovely. We packed our bags and then called the taxi to take us to main Posted by PetersF in Vietnam | Apr 18, 2021
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