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  • Middle Argentina==Rosario== A lovely and lovely town. I really like Buenos Aires, however this town seems to have more going on if that’s possible. I didn’t find a whole lot of activities to do here. There are a few museums and some Posted by Veritas2377 in Threadbare Gypsy Soul | Aug 1, 2019
  • Lesser Peru==Lesser Peru== Mancora: a small beach town near the Ecuadorian border. Not much to do here unless you are a surfer or heavy drinker and the drinks are somewhat expensive. Ordered margaritas from several places along the beach. They were all Posted by Veritas2377 in Threadbare Gypsy Soul | Jul 23, 2019
  • Buenos Aires==Buenos Aires== Started at hostel Rayuela: nice small place in San Telmo. Good location and clean with friendly staff with a balcony and Netflix room. Within the first few minutes of arriving was treating by a friendly Texan that said on Posted by Veritas2377 in Threadbare Gypsy Soul | Jul 20, 2019
  • On to the Galapagos!After a great time in Quito, I hopped a plane to the Galapagos. Pro tip number one. You have to pay a $20 cash fee before you board a flight to the Galapagos at a booth in one Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jun 24, 2017
  • Quito and the Galapagos ahead!I am taking advantage of my frequent flyer miles to head to Quito, Ecuador and on to the Galapagos. I decided to spend about 6 days in Quito and then about 12 days in the Galapagos, which should give Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | May 24, 2017
  • Belize - getting there and getting organizedThis fall I was able to organize a trip to Belize with my son and his girlfriend. I have never visited Central America before, so Belize sounded like a good first foray; it's pretty politically stable, reasonably safe, and Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 22, 2016
  • The Start of Barcelona So our flight to Barcelona was uneventful but shortly before we left, we received an email from the friends we were meeting, Gary and Sylvie, warning us that the place we had rented together on VRBO was “horrible”. Joel Posted by RoamSchooler in Around the World in 172 Days | Mar 29, 2012
  • El ZopiloteWe came for the pizza. But there was no pizza. We came for the volcanoes. But they were shrouded in mist. [im Posted by kevindhodges in Blissfully Wanderlost | Oct 18, 2011
  • IntroductionAccess Monterey was created early his year to serve the travel needs of the disabled visitor. Information includes accessibility needs for medical, accommodations, dining, sightseeing, events, activities, and much more. To join us, please go to Posted by Monterey-Magnum in Access Monterey | Aug 3, 2011
  • Alling House, Orange City, FloridaDate of Stay: Jan.13 – Jan. 19 We arrived in Orange City mid afternoon,, warm and sunny. We had taken an early morning train from Savannah to Orlando, then a bus to the Orlando Airport. From there a shuttle to the Posted by bradanddeb in Brad and Deb: RTW 2011 | Jan 17, 2011
  • Savannah, DoubleTree HotelJanuary 10 -13, 2011. Savannah GA, USA We arrived late, on a very cold afternoon at the DoubleTree Hotel, located in the Historic district of Savannah, GA. The city bus from the airport dropped us off almost at the front door: Posted by bradanddeb in Brad and Deb: RTW 2011 | Feb 15, 2011
  • A dome from homeAfter all that hiking up and down steep hills our muscles were sore and our knees were creaking so we headed to Lake Bunyoni for some R&R (and clothes washing). We were told about a place (hi Dean and Posted by rachndave in Adventure Points | Jan 4, 2011
  • The Mushroom FarmOh how we loved you the Mushroom Farm, you get an entry all of your own. On the face of it it’s a simple eco-friendly lodge with only 1 two level huts, a hand crafted mud “cob house” and Posted by rachndave in Adventure Points | Nov 29, 2010
  • "A Brief Exploration into the Soul of Ho Chi Minh City" “BRIEF EXPLORATION OF THE SOUL OF HO CHI MINH CITY” PART 1 Vietnam Rose. Cruelty of the vietcongs. Rage of Rambo. These are hazy notions that pervaded in my consciousness as a consequence of the bombardments of propaganda materials by the f Posted by E. Sandalo in Travelling is Learning | Nov 16, 2010
  • Inauguration of the Conical House in Alto Katsi Talamanca CoInauguration of the Conical House in Alto Katsi On the first week of October 2010, Justo sent me a message through his brother Danilo,who works on the town of BriBri, telling me that on October 23rd 2010 would be held t Posted by mipadoe in Bribris indians from Alto Katsi Talamana | Oct 29, 2010
  • Wet wet wet wet wet FISH wetOh splashy wet cool water how we've missed you! We arrived in Aqaba in the far-too-early morning after a 6.30 bus from Wadi Rum and after a quick nap headed straight out into the sea, stopping only to pick Posted by rachndave in Adventure Points | Oct 11, 2010
  • What do you think this is: some kind of holiday??Our last stop in Lebanon was Byblos and neither of us wanted to leave :( Contender for one of the oldest inhabited towns in the world and seat of the written word you wouldn't really know it now because in the Posted by rachndave in Adventure Points | Sep 23, 2010
  • On American Food and Self Guided ToursThe question I am asked the most by those visiting the United States for the first time is, “What is the best example of American food?” This is a very tough question to answer. All Americans, even Native Americans (who Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 2, 2010
  • Are you alone?"Are you alone?" ...She asked, and I looked about the empty room with only one other bed made up with me on it, and wondered if she could see ghosts or some other paranormal activity. Or perhaps it Posted by PennyJelly in The Jelly Journey | Aug 29, 2010
  • Camping fail - mountain winThe Lonely Planet guide suggests that catching a train or a direct bus between the two main towns of Shiraz and Esfahan would be a wasted opportunity since between the two cities lies the stunning Zagros mountains although LP cautions Posted by rachndave in Adventure Points | Aug 28, 2010
  • Special Lodgement---CaveIn Shaanxi Province of China, Yan'an is not the only place where you can see the special local lodgement---Cave. Driving 10 minutes away from the site of Terracotta Warriors and Horses, you will find some farmer's houses built like caves. Posted by WowChina in Wow!China | Aug 28, 2010
  • BrisbaneWe returned our 'Space Ship' campervan - our home and transport for the previous 3 weeks and then took a bus into the heart of Brisbane city. After wandering around the central business district and seeing some of Brisbane's most Posted by NicChris in Backpacking Asia and Australasia | Aug 25, 2010
  • Zoe's The views from Zoe's home in the afternoon are spectacular. Mahalo Zoe for always having us over. [img= Posted by PTTempe in Open Mind | Aug 21, 2010
  • CouchsurfingSo I've spent a few of my nights now staying with random strangers. How does that work? Well you can read what Couchsurfing have to say themselves at ( - but basical Posted by bhambidge in Britain, Berlin and Bydgoszcz - by Bike | Aug 20, 2010
  • Aulani Resort Disney Vacations Sales Office Quietly hidden in a a resort retail center. No signs, no characters. [img= Posted by PTTempe in Open Mind | Aug 19, 2010
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