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  • Walhalla Walhalla was a mining town in Victoria, the southernmost state of Australia. Walhalla was established in 1863 when gold was discovered in Stringer's Creek. It soon became a thriving town of around 6,000 prospectors and mining families during the following Posted by Jimfeatherby in Walhalla | May 8, 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 World Through My LensThese marvelous architecture of Indian Temples commonly known as Ajantha Caves and it is situated in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. One should see it to know how men of those ages could have actually carved a temple out of a single Posted by aamkay in The World Through My Lens | Mar 26, 2021
  • Bamyan BuddhaThe destruction of these Buddha Statues is just a complete loss to the Buddhist Civilization which had lived there for centuries. A glimpse of these statues just makes you wonder how the religion and culture had come to this part Posted by aamkay in The World Through My Lens | Mar 25, 2021
  • Day 1It's 6:30 am, and although we've just left home, we make our first stop. Refuel the car, perform another pre-trip inspection & start the trip log. Breakfast on the road, so since we're on holiday, we opt for something healthy.....Mcdonald's it Posted by SuPa-Xplorers in Roadtrip - South Africa 2021 | Mar 22, 2021
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  • Mongolia by horse - Gyatruun to Buureg[img= Posted by PetersF in Mongolia by horse | Feb 25, 2021
  • Not everything is what it seemsSetting off from San Pedro coincidentally we joined up with another French-Canadian couple for the tour, a father and son. First stop was the border from Chile into Bolivia. It wasn't anything more than a shack really, exposed to the Posted by ew5827 in From Mexico to who knows where | Feb 8, 2021
  • A beautiful hamlet : Lakhwar, Uttrakhand Travelling to unexplored places has always been my cup of tea rather than marching to a place with surfeit of tourists. Isn't travelling to a place which is not shown in Google's best results, a different kind of fun? Because Posted by aayushigoes in A place less travelled by | Feb 3, 2021
  • Our route in mapsAn overview of our route [img= Posted by PetersF in Mongolia by horse | Jan 31, 2021
  • Please help us!!!Nice to meet you, my name is Tambo Foreign tourists visiting Japan disappeared from Kyoto due to the coronavirus. Many shops around tourist areas have become financially difficult. Unfortunately, some stores have gone bankrupt. Kyoto is a beau Posted by Saiand in The tourism industry in Kyoto | Nov 29, 2020
  • MISSING FEBRUARY'S CHILL[i]Written a long time ago (July 26, 2010) and was edited while I was in Vietnam. This is for the people who are just like me. Who get their inspiration from traveling. Who's healing a , broken heart. Who's trying Posted by moonlitskies in Read At Your Own Risk | Oct 21, 2020
  • The largest stone circle in Britain[center] The stone circle, Avebury[/center] I find it a little odd that Avebury is not as well known, nor as visited, as nearby Stonehenge. Personally I find it just as impressiv Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Oct 17, 2020
  • Where the Mendips meet the sea[center] Looking back towards the 'mainland' from Brean Down[/center] On the coast of Somerset between Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea, a long finger of land juts out into t Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Oct 16, 2020
  • 10 Pluses about Moldova Posted by anna voice in About travel and not only | Oct 12, 2020
  • Britain’s answer to the Grand Canyon[center] Cheddar Gorge[/center] ===Cheddar Gorge=== Cheddar Gorge cuts into the southern edge of the Mendip Hills in Somerset. At 137 metres deep it is hardly the Grand Canyon Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Oct 12, 2020
  • And did those feet …?[center] Glastonbury Tor[/center] Long, long before it was home to one of the world’s most famous music festivals, Glastonbury was a place of pilgrima Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Oct 8, 2020
  • tie 1. Drape the bowtie around your neckline with the wide end on the correct hanging 4-6 inches lower than your belt. 2. Cross the wide end evenly before the thin end, making an X-shape just underneath your jawline. 3. Tuck the wide end Posted by ahsen44 in tie | Sep 21, 2020
  • A day of waterfalls [center] Wensley Falls[/center] The name of Wensleydale is almost synonymous with its cheese, but there is more to the place than that. It is a beautiful valley, like all the Yor Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Sep 14, 2020
  • Arches National Park - Utah USA==overview / intro== It was hot ! Like it only got down to 80 at night. And the clear sky allowed the sun to blaze during the day for 100+ degree days. However that definitely added to the environment. The other worldly landscape Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Jun 29, 2020
  • A Yorkshire dale[center] Landscape near Keld, Upper Swaledale[/center] Swaledale is among the less visited of Yorkshire’s dales, much less busy than neighbouring Wensleydale, but I have often wo Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Sep 6, 2020
  • Ancient history in the Northumbrian hills[center] Looking out from Lordenshaw Hill Fort[/center] The hills to the south of Rothbury in the heart of Northumberland are known as the Simonside Hills. The area is scattered Posted by ToonSarah in Northumberland | Aug 27, 2020
  • Week 3 - FreedomPosted on 16th August 2020 [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 | Aug 16, 2020
  • Seeing more of Makasutu[center] Makasutu Forest near Base Camp[/center] ===Baobab Cultural Centre=== After our early morning coffee on the deck we headed out on another w Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 9, 2014
  • Spring Hiking 2020 - Colorado USA==overview / intro== During the spring, we decided to escape some of the lock down blues and venture into nature for some hiking. It's a great time in the spring to have cooler temps (but you warm up when hiking) and to Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Apr 20, 2020
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