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  • Weeks 36,37,38+39 - EasterPosted on 3rd May 2021 [b]Huge thanks to Dr and Mrs Holliday for awarding me the Nick Holliday Travel Scholarship, in memory of their son Nick who was a geography teacher at KES. He was an avid traveller, explorer and climber, Posted by David Zhao in Zhao Goes About | May 3, 2021
  • Chillva Market- PhuketChillva Market Phuket is a cool, trendy night market with a somewhat bohemian vibe and an impressive selection of food and fashion stalls. Hard to miss by the side of Yaowarat Road (which runs by Tesco Lotus, on the way Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Nov 18, 2020
  • Lake Natron===Lake Natron Camp=== We can see the camp from a distance, initially looking little more than dark pointy hillocks or large boulders on the landscape. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_da5a4540-5892-11ea-80f6-39feccb4d104.jp Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 3, 2020
  • Pai, Thailand - My Favorite Town! It’s late Friday afternoon and I just got to my Pai hotel. The mountains were so green on the way up, and I’m sitting st the Quarter’s peaceful garden swimming pool listening to the birds. I’ve already seen a Posted by Nsevers in On the Road Again | Dec 8, 2019
  • Italy and San MarinoBeen quite a while since I updated this, and I can't remember exactly how I ended the last post so I'll continue with what I remember. My last night in Nice was rather long and boozy so waking up to leave Posted by benjamin2981 in Eurotrip 2019 | Jul 22, 2019
  • Lazy Day at BakotuDavid wakes up feeling flu-like this morning, and as I am still suffering badly with Photographer's Elbow, we decide to take it easy today, starting with a stroll down to the observation deck after breakfast. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/4 Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Apr 10, 2019
  • Southern FranceCan I admit that I'm actually far too busy to regularly write a blog post? Only reason I'm writing this now is that I've just arrived in Pisa, needed something on my car seeing to, and as it's rather sweltering Posted by benjamin2981 in Eurotrip 2019 | Jun 24, 2019
  • Not Sure How To Feel About ItWIFI IS BACK ON!!!! It came on right before dinner. So my alarm went off this morning and every being in my body wanted to go back to bed. I didn't, though, because I was supposed to meet three other people Posted by kfkeane in South Africa | Jun 10, 2019
  • Beitou: The Natural Hot SpringsToday is my final day in Taipei and then I start my trip back for home and returning to my normal life back in Edmonton. It's also a new beginning for me with having to sort out a few things Posted by soulsearch295 in An attempt at Soul Searching | Nov 22, 2018
  • Hot Springs National ParkHurricane Florence ran us out of South Carolina a day early so we made it to [[https://www.nps.gov/hosp/index.htm|Hot Springs National Park]] on Saturday, 9-15-18, after a layover in Tupelo, MS. To Tupelo: 509 miles = $185 in diesel fuel. Posted by travelswitz in Four Weeks: Nine National Parks! | Oct 28, 2018
  • TaichungDad said we could sleep in because there wasn’t much planned this morning; however as we enjoyed our breakfast around 9 a.m. he called to say he was here at our hotel and could take us to do our laundry. Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Oct 10, 2018
  • Taiwan!Well we lost half a day of Saturday since we arrived only about 5pm in Taipei. The flights were alright I think both Phil and I managed to have a small nap but the quality wasn’t great. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/950458/4D989D3C-935D-4B19-8 Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Oct 10, 2018
  • Day 6It was another long drive on the bus. Luckily we still got to stop at one of the Swiss service stop and I quickly bought my souvenir; however we didn’t get to use up all our coins and apparently they Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 17, 2018
  • Khartoum - Sahara==This is not a recent trip, rather it is taken from the journal I wrote on our adventures in Sudan in 2004. == Breakfast is a substantial affair, with egg, sausage, toast, fruit, yoghurt, muesli etc. I fill up as much Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 15, 2004
  • Week 5Day 29 - Tuesday July 10 We camped overnight in Hughendens free camp at the showground and for the second night in a row it was cold. We all got into our vehicle and drove north to Porcupine Gorge (73km). On Posted by Bobnhiroe in 2018 TRIP TO QUEENSLAND | Jul 15, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Pong Dueat Geyser In 2013 whilst driving around the Ma Hong Son Loop we stopped off at Pong Dueat Geyser and hot springs. The geysers were not blowing very high but the hot springs were lovely and i would definatley go again! This Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Darvarza Gas crater at night/ Turkmenistan Night time video which I took with my Canon 1100D camera whilst on our trip to Turkmenistan and this is one of the three Darvarza Gas craters. Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • further north we goAnother early day, another day on the road. Somehow I am getting used to it, it is like going to work everyday but in a way better environment! Just a few days ago we had to say goodbye to a lovely Posted by Ils1976 in Namibia | Jun 24, 2018
  • a long day filled with highlightsOur alarm clock went off at 4.30 AM. This by no means sounds inhumanly early, but the truth was that we were already awake because of our nightly visitor we came across around 2 AM.  Since it was so darn hot Posted by Ils1976 in Namibia | Jun 24, 2018
  • another day on the dusty roads of the Namib desertThe AC in our room did overtime, but on the other hand, the both of us slept like babies and I guess that was the most important thing there is.  We weren't the only ones with a good nights rest as Posted by Ils1976 in Namibia | Jun 24, 2018
  • a hot day in the desertWhat a night! It was so darn hot that the both of us just didn't sleep one bit, but luckily we could sleep in so in the end we did manage to sleep a couple of hours. As our alarm Posted by Ils1976 in Namibia | Jun 24, 2018
  • Sizzling Siem Reap March 11, 2018 We landed at the Siem Reap, Cambodia airport at 930 am and were greeted with hot tropical sun and palm trees. Getting our tourist visas and clearing cu Posted by Casualodyssey in A Casual Odyssey | Mar 18, 2018
  • Da Pan JiSince after watching fellow travel Canadian YouTuber Trevor James' awesome street food videos on Chinese street food, it has sparked me to have my own journey here in Japan. I was craving for authentic Chinese food and was wondering Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Traveling Around the World for Food | Dec 16, 2017
  • Nasi LemakNasi lemak is a very common and well-known dish in southeast Asia. It is also the national dish of Malaysia. It is called nasi lemak because in Malay, nasi means rice and lemak means coconut milk. Basically Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Traveling Around the World for Food | Dec 3, 2017
  • GamjatangGamjatang (감자탕) is one of the most famous soul food you can find in Korea. In the Korean language, "gamja" (감자) means potatoe and the word "tang" (탕) means soup. If you put the two words together it Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Traveling Around the World for Food | Dec 3, 2017
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