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  • LoretoWe went ot a mission at San Ignacio and as always the Views alpong the way did not dissappoint, however where the roads excelled aesthetically they sucked in comfort, we spent two hours being thrown around a small chevy constantly Posted by harryp in Hareen's American Adventure | Jan 30, 2008
  • Lalitha Mahal PalaceWe were recommended by co-workers to have lunch at Lalitha Mahal Palace (http://www.lalithamahalpalace.com/) which has become a 5-star hotel. It is absolutely gorgeous! Inside we Posted by mexibell in Inside India | Jan 29, 2008
  • LoretoDid'nt do much today other than go to the internet cafe and look at a museum the standard tourist stuff. It was a sunday so there was little to do as most places were shut and i could'nt find out Posted by harryp in Hareen's American Adventure | Jan 28, 2008
  • San IgnacioSlightly freaked out by the bandits we arrived at 6 in the morning like i do every morning shabby, smelling and stupid. After a 3 mile trek we arrived and found this nice little oasis which we had incredible views Posted by harryp in Hareen's American Adventure | Jan 25, 2008
  • San DiegoNot much to say today other than i finalized my plans for Mexico with Joe, and prepared what we were going to do. we have decided to take a night bus because it saves on board and lodging for the Posted by harryp in Hareen's American Adventure | Jan 25, 2008
  • San DiegoA couple of Welsh guys have convinced me i am better of going to another hostel across the road. Which having moved was definately a better choice the people i am with are much more fun. At Breakfast met someone Posted by harryp in Hareen's American Adventure | Jan 25, 2008
  • Day 6 - MoshiHOTELS There are a number of hotels in the center of Moshi, but they are all lower quality, crowded, and noisy. There are a couple of hotels on the edge of town, and then most other hotels are in an area Posted by bolderwork in The family goes to Tanzania 2008 | Jan 26, 2008
  • Week end in Paris so cheap!Hey guys, I Went to Paris, this was amazing! First time I went there, it is such a beautiful city! The nightlife is great, the food of course excellent, and the big surprise for me was the price of my hotel! I Posted by Mel Therry in A week end in Paris at a cheap price!! | Jan 25, 2008
  • Day 11 - SerengetiThe Seronera Wildlife Lodge is located in the heart of the southern Serengeti surrounded by amazing wildlife. The hotel itself is rather unremarkable except for the fact that is literally built right into the rock. I think it Posted by bolderwork in The family goes to Tanzania 2008 | Jan 21, 2008
  • San DiegoI have just started my travels. When i arrived in San Diego on the plane from San Jose it was raining, which i was so annoyed about, since it contradicted everything that i had been about San Diego i.e. it Posted by harryp in Hareen's American Adventure | Jan 22, 2008
  • Welcome to India!After 3 flight delays, 4 security screenings, 1 customs walk-through and the scariest taxi ride I've ever had, we are finally at our hotel. We arrived this (Saturday) morning and got into our rooms around 9:30 am. It is a Posted by mexibell in Inside India | Jan 19, 2008
  • ComunicaciónTo all mis amigos y familia, you can register with skype.com and be able to talk with me through the mics on our computers for free! My screen name is EmSlice (silly, I know) so just add me as a Posted by EmSlice in Zer Ikusi, Hura Ikasi | Jan 16, 2008
  • The HotelIs pretty sweet. Apart from their crappy internet access, which is why I'm a date late blogging stuff. Good view onto Union Square, where it is still Christmas according to the trees... [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/133768/P1000018.jpg thumb= Posted by MrKWatkins in Kev's Super Happy Travel Blog | Jan 5, 2008
  • 'Do you do beer?' Burger King butch lesbianOne tacky plastic blue and yellow 'plane' ride later..a scary metro and were in the heart of Budapest.. Booked into our hostel..Very nice.. Our room is a good bunch of people.. A 'i have a gameshow theme toon in Posted by Jembay in Jembay Tripup | Dec 7, 2007
  • HawaiiAs soon as I arrived I wondered why I had not ever been there before ~ absolute paradise! It was my first trip there, and I was incredibly amazed by the beauty, hospitality, and culture of the islands. I spent Posted by Travel12 in Adventures in Travel | Nov 29, 2007
  • Back on African soilWe arrived in Cairo at sunset. My first view of the city was exhilirating – I opened the flap on my plane window and saw a golden sun setting over the Nile. The rays reflected in the river, transforming it Posted by davecallan in Capers in Cairo | Nov 24, 2007
  • On the road againI cant believe I am already back in Hong Kong and leaving tomorrow for my 16 hour flight back to America! Once again, I am at Novotel City gate - just 5 minutes from the Airport. This hotel is so Posted by thisissam in Life is short. The world is wide. | Nov 24, 2007
  • Top of the World and Then SomeI made it! 16 hours on a plane is... in a word... rough. But I did it! I am in Hong Kong! I am at the Novotel Citygate - and I am being so spoiled. Because I booked Posted by thisissam in Life is short. The world is wide. | Nov 15, 2007
  • Worked out ok.Fortunately we ended up finding a great place to stay here in Piazza Armerina, had a great visit to the Villa Romana just outside the city with its mosaics, and are in the middle of an endless number of pasticcerie. Posted by elefantstn in Josh and Colleen in Sicily | Nov 10, 2007
  • I really did it this timeOn our way out to Palermo on Wednesday, our host Ignazio stopped us at the door. "Are you leaving today?" Of course not, I thought, until I did the math on the cost and how many nights we'd Posted by elefantstn in Josh and Colleen in Sicily | Nov 9, 2007
  • Internet UpdateThe computer here at the B&B hasn't been able to read my USB drive to upload our photos, so I've been holding out on the posts until I got that straightened out -- big mistake, since internet access went down Posted by elefantstn in Josh and Colleen in Sicily | Nov 6, 2007
  • Cuba and Barbara Torres PompaI started my journey in Cuba at a wonderful private house called Barbara Torres Pompa. The owners Barbara and Esteban were extremelly friendly and helpful people especially after my bags did not arrive on Air Cubana. They organised for them Posted by vilkies in Cuba and Barbara Torres Pompa | Nov 4, 2007
  • Motels in Kham area in ChinaIs there anyone traveled or want to in Western Sichuan, in China? The Kangding airport will be open in the May, 2008, it is about 40km away from Kangding City, and close to Tagong grassland. Posted by catherine9 in Little Cat Travel Around The World | Oct 17, 2007
  • Honeymoon at Astarte suitesMy honeymoon vacation started at the beautiful hotel in Santorini island called Astarte suites. The Honeymoon suite had a big built heated jacuzzi, King bed, satelite TV, mini bar, and an unbelievable view to the kaldera and the volcano. Posted by Santodream in Honeymoon at Astarte suites | Oct 6, 2007
  • sale of our houseWe are so excited to have sold our house. For one, it's alot cheaper to live without a mortgage and all the associated bills and such ( we are living with Jocelyn's parents for September) but it is also just Posted by Seaurchins in Sea-Urchin Walkabout | Sep 10, 2007
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