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  • Trip InterludeOne of the nice things about being on a charter vessel, versus your own vessel, is that there is no maintenance to be done. Owners have, or should have, intimate knowledge about their boats. Any day that is a layover Posted by sailziveli in Innocents Aboard | May 12, 2021
  • Virgin Gorda, Gorda Sound[float=left][/float]An addition to the previous entry. We saw this boulder on the path leading to the beach at the Baths. In a Rorschach test I think that most people would see a skull; at least Posted by sailziveli in Innocents Aboard | May 11, 2021
  • Virgin Gorda, Spanish Town[float=left][/float]The evening before we left, I took the dinghy out for a bit of a ride. I had tested it before we got underway and it started OK, but I wanted to gi Posted by sailziveli in Innocents Aboard | May 10, 2021
  • Norman Island, continuedCarol was tired and asked that we lay over for a day at Norman Island, so we did. There is nothing compelling about this location. However, the mooring balls are secure, the Verizon cell coverage seems to be intermittent but Posted by sailziveli in Innocents Aboard | May 8, 2021
  • Norman Island[center][/center]Here we sit, in the Bight, at Norman Island, on a mooring ball, this to our port side. So, how did the first day go? In a pass/fail system we pa Posted by sailziveli in Innocents Aboard | May 7, 2021
  • A video about Orkney Orkney situated to the north east of the Scottish mainland takes an hour to reach on a modern catamaran car ferry from Gills Bay to St Margaret's Hope. The islands have a turbulent history. From being Posted by drever in Drever's Travel Blog | Apr 17, 2021
  • The New BaliAbout 4 million years ago a group of 80 million year old underwater volcano's in the South Pacific heaved themselves up from the ocean floor as result of a relatively rare event - Subduction of oceanic plateaux. Wait! Don’t Posted by Wheelspin in The New Bali | Mar 10, 2021
  • Virgins in salty water Ahoy. The time had finally come when we had ta put the bikes away 'n pull out the sailboat. Alas, Jared has been concoctin' a dream o' sailin' the Caribbean wit' his lovely wench i Posted by risajs in Bicivida = Bikelife (with twins) | Sep 4, 2020
  • Discovering San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, BelizeWe fly into San Pedro after spending several blissful days in the jungles of Belize. It’s a 12 minute scenic flight on [[|Tropic Air.]], and unlike any flight experience we’ve had. We show up at the airport about an hour Posted by traciekochanny in Tracie's Travels. Wanderlust part 2. | Aug 8, 2020
  • Roots[center] Slavery museum, Albreda[/center] For anyone who has read Alex Haley's book, Roots, or seen the TV series, it's possible to take an organised Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 2, 2014
  • Bora Bora, French PolynesiaThere are some places in this world that live in our heads as having almost mythical beauty. We see them in pictures, dream about them in movies, and wish we could know if it really looks like that. Bora Bora Posted by traciekochanny in Tracie's Travels. Wanderlust part 2. | Apr 25, 2020
  • Island life[center] Sign in Ban Houa Done Deng[/center] After a good night's sleep I awoke to find the air a little fresher this morning - a very pleasant temper Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Apr 21, 2020
  • In the heat of southern Laos[center] Buffalo by the Mekong, Done Deng Island[/center] After a good night's sleep I awoke refreshed and ready for the day. Just as well, as the morning was to prove qui Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Apr 19, 2020
  • Flying south We had planned to get up quite early for our flight south from Luang Prabang to Pakse, but not that early! But the sound of drumming from the nearby temple at 4.00 am, presumably calling the monks Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Apr 17, 2020
  • Ever deeperThe diving had been fantastic, I'd passed my Open Water certificate and was now allowed to pretty much dive anywhere, but I would also be losing the people I had dived with. Of the four of us that started the course, Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Mar 10, 2020
  • Darling it's better, Down where it's wetter, Take it from meMy choice to visit Koh Tao was to learn to scuba dive. Granted, the place looked (and is) beautiful and I like being around water, but Koh Tao has the reputation as being one of the best places in the Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Mar 9, 2020
  • New Zealand North: PaihiaMonday 25th January Auckland to Paihia, Bay of Islands We woke at the perfectly respectable time of 7.30 and went down for breakfast, where a very chatty German waitress talked to us. She had previously worked at a Cornish hotel, before Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Jan 29, 2020
  • Taking a day off - In MaldivesThere are quite a bunch of cool foreign destinations nearby when it comes to Indians wanting a vacation. Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bali, Singapore, Dubai, Vietnam and "Maldives" are few extremely famous among travelling destinations for us. Every place offers Posted by shashank511 in Beyond Destinations | Jan 8, 2020
  • Canary Islands[float=left][/float]While we let our fuzzy heads clear from the almost 24 hours of travel to get here, we decided to take a walkabout into nearby Fanabe Beach and the Posted by rorndorff in Ray & Shirley's Travel Experiences | Nov 24, 2019
  • Canary Islands - Tenerife[float=right][/float]Day 1 or is it Day 2? For the last 20 years we have watched various specials, advertisements, and general buzz around the Canary Islands. This Posted by rorndorff in Ray & Shirley's Travel Experiences | Nov 23, 2019
  • Dingle PennisulaWe arrived at Inch Beach - stunning 4 miles long finger of beach with sea on either side and the Kerry Hills to surround - Drung Hill catching the sun as it sets. We were the only camper on Posted by tjcampergirl in TJ Camper Girl | Nov 13, 2019
  • Day One Loosdrecht to BruggeWith a pleasant 21C we set off just before 12 noon. One Km down the road I suddenly think of my camera still sitting on the shelf in the cupboard. Jos kindly turned around so that I could collect it. Posted by Koopmansal1 in France and Shakespeare | Aug 14, 2019
  • Day 21, A Bridge Beyond!So we woke up, on one of the world’s most scenic drives on a tiny islet. Unbelievably the promised rain had not materialised and there was actually some sunshine. It was time to go and explore! The Atlantic Ocean road is Posted by CariadJohn in Scandinavian Summer! | Aug 14, 2019
  • Beyond Britain Just ten days after getting back from Lithuania, our next holiday was upon us. We were going to take a road trip down to Cornwall, similar to the one we took [[|bac Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Jul 12, 2019
  • An island of shells[center] Souimanga sunrise[/center] Another Souimanga sunrise greeted us this morning. They seemed to me to be quite different each day – some more orange Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 8, 2016
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