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  • Discovering the birds imported from Perú Peru is a diverse country that has diversity of layers from sea level until the high andean mountains of Huascaran, that about 6650 meters above seal level. Unfort Posted by Joyfuleagle in Birds of Peru for amusement | Apr 3, 2019
  • Milford Sound Boat Trippin' I woke at 6.30am to the rain beating off the camper again and got everything ready for the day so we could move off at 8am. A shower, some bran flakes and a cup of tea later and I was Posted by FarandFree in New Zealand | Mar 29, 2019
  • The Highest Mountain I've Ever Climbed I woke will, cleared away the condensation from the windows and had him look out on the amazing lake views. The beauty encouraged us to get up and climb the beautiful mountain we could see in front of us. We Posted by FarandFree in New Zealand | Mar 29, 2019
  • Frans Joseph Glacier, Bruce Bay & Ships CreekAnother beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky. We debated wether or not to do a walk to the glacier that would have taken us 6 hours or to do the 1.5 hour track to walk right up to Posted by FarandFree in New Zealand | Mar 29, 2019
  • Waipu Caves, Orewa Beach, Hamilton & HakarimataWith the early morning sun, came the optimism to explore the Waipu Caves and the surrounding walking tracks on our doorstep, a sensational start to the day. The chill was sharp so we layered up, put new batteries in our Posted by FarandFree in New Zealand | Mar 21, 2019
  • Arrival in AucklandIT’S LIKE A HOME AWAY FROM HOME! Fair enough it is winter over here now but I love it! Auckland is beautiful, busy but beautiful. After a long 26 hours flying we finally landed in Auckland to be greeted by Posted by FarandFree in New Zealand | Mar 21, 2019
  • Into the desert[center] Portuguese watchtower in Sur[/center] Despite my painful shoulder I slept well, and woke up determined to enjoy the day regardless. With a 9. Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Mar 4, 2019
  • Travel and Eathello everyone, i am from a wetland in vietnam, 50 km from the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, everyone can contact me so you can enjoy a dream trip my email: Posted by cahngkhoi1989 in Mokey Island | Feb 25, 2019
  • Awkward Conversations[i]Disclaimer: We have skipped a blog post for our 2 days back in Cusco as on the way home from MP I started to feel unwell, by the time we arrived back in Cusco I was on deaths door. There Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 15, 2019
  • July'18 - Norway's Western Fjords and MountainsUsually, we decide early December what will be our destination for the next summer holidays. And in December'17, we decided that it will be Norway as Scandinavia was in our top list for years now and as some of our Posted by frncks in Travel Memories | Feb 9, 2019
  • Travels in Thailand[map=116117 If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it is lethal ~ Paul Coelho Roy had only been back at work for a month when we took the first of our 'already' arranged trips - a month in the sun (hopefully) Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Jan 22, 2019
  • Around Santa Fe[center] In the courtyard of the Burro Alley Café [/center] Although we had Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 29, 2011
  • Accudock Floating Docks[center][/center] The quality, versatility and strength of AccuDock Floating Docks are unparalleled. The combination of the highest quality mate Posted by accudock in AccuDock | Jan 7, 2019
  • The hills are alive ===What do you think of when the Rocky Mountains are mentioned? Towering snow-capped peaks? Forests of tall, green pine trees? Rushing rivers and waterfalls? Glacier-fed lakes of blue and green? Winter ski resorts? Bears? Coach loads of Jap Posted by Keep Smiling in East or West, Canada is Best! | Jan 6, 2019
  • Medellin 2018 - Colombia==Modern== Known as the City of Eternal Spring. That was true when we were there, with mostly clear skies and an average of 80 during the day. The city reinvested whatever confiscated money from the drug cartels and used it to modernize Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | May 31, 2018
  • Meeting the Mogollon We had spent our first night in the state in the now-closed Inn on Broadway, situated in a lovely house with bags of character (and now operating, I have realised, as Serenity House B&B). The house i Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 23, 2011
  • Hampi Part 1: an amazing mix of geology and archeology After another overnight train trip we arrived at Hampi which is a temple town situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. Hampi is located in hilly terrain formed by strange, enormous, granite boulders. The Hampi monuments comprising the UNESCO Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Dec 19, 2018
  • BigipanSupposedly a three hour drive from Paramaribo, our trip to Bigipan in Suriname's far west became another epic minibus ride. It started out well. It seems that long distance bus trips in Suriname commence with collection from your door. Nice. Posted by TreenD in Backpackin' Oldies: South America 2018 | Dec 6, 2018
  • Periyar National Park, spice, massages and tigers, or not6th and 7th November: Travelled from the coast by minibus up into the mountains. That meant going from a height of two metres to over 1800 metres, some interesting roads towards the end of the four hour trip. Enroute the Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Dec 1, 2018
  • Rajasthan cycle trip: UdaipurThe trip to Udaipur was a combination of bus, cycle, bus, the cycling only amounting to about 40km. We travelled through some pleasant countryside, saw a few locals at work and arrived at our smart, Art Deco, hotel in time Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Oct 29, 2018
  • The Heaven on EarthDo you plan to go on a majestic expedition this winter? Well, I can bet a million Dirhams that you will love a trip paradise itself in Central Europe! From the simplest walks in the parks to the most paramount Posted by Ashish Lal in The Heaven on Earth | Oct 29, 2018
  • Zanzibar the answer to your questionZanzibar is the ultimate Indian Ocean experience, with it's fascinating historical stone town and magnificent beaches. It is also known as the 'Spice Island.' The beautiful and exquisite island of Zanzibar on Africa's east coast is bursting with culture a Posted by XxMaazxX in Zanzibar the answer to your question | Oct 29, 2018
  • Bumpy Road to Namtso LakeWe had an early start for the 250km drive to Namtso Lake. Set at 4850m, the route involved some interesting roads including climbing over a pass at 5190m. It isn’t generally a good idea to climb more than about 500m Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Oct 5, 2018
  • Of Lakes and Castles A pink German rose, Fussen Next day we took the train to Reutte, then caught the bus to Fussen. It was an entertaining journey with a very stressed driver. Lots of foreigners, Japanese, Chin Posted by irenevt in Summer | Sep 1, 2018
  • Of Lakes and MountainsOur favourite place in the Tyrol is Reutte - a market town, not far from the German border. We've visited there many, many times over the last three, or in my husband's case, four decades. This time our usual accommodation Posted by irenevt in Summer | Sep 1, 2018
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