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  • Lazy days...Didn’t feel like going anywhere today, so after a slow start we went down into Romford again. The markets were open today (and no snowfall), so we wandered around. We found an old fashioned lolly stall, then a place that Posted by Gezzem in Gezzem | Jan 14, 2010
  • GreenwichGreenwich today. We got up and going earlier than most days and caught the train to Bow Rd, where we connected onto the DLR to Island Gardens. The DLR has undergone some major expansions since we were last here. We Posted by Gezzem in Gezzem | Jan 13, 2010
  • Tower BridgeGot off our butts reasonably early this morning and took the train into Tower Hill again. We decided to do Tower Bridge and then perhaps do the rest of the bus tour that we didn’t finish from Saturday, or alternatively, Posted by Gezzem in Gezzem | Jan 13, 2010
  • Sunway LagoonSo I finally left the country with a case that looked suspiciously like a bomb. That would be fine if I didn't yell out "take a photo with my bomb" in front of security. They let me on the plane Posted by The Doctor in Dutch Microwave | Jan 12, 2010
  • Shopping in Romford againWe said we would take Gill & John out for dinner tonight. After much discussion over the weather and conditions, we are going to stay fairly local. We have invited Colin & Jo, Ian & brother John to come, but Posted by Gezzem in Gezzem | Jan 10, 2010
  • Westminster, Whitehall and a pink pelican...Managed to get going this morning, and into London. We got out at Westminster Station just as Big Ben was striking eleven, so the kids thought it was great. We remembered to take Joelin’s stroller today, plus the two little Posted by Gezzem in Gezzem | Jan 10, 2010
  • Wardner BeginningsI got up early. The night before I had plans of leaving early to be on time for a full day of skiing at Silver Mountain in Kellogg, Idaho. Upon hearing my alarm, I immediately slammed it off, and resumed Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jan 6, 2010
  • Rules!We arrive at Hacienda Merida and I was immediately pleased. The hostel is right on the lake with hammocks everywhere. The first thing that caught my eye was the writing on the walls. Now I've been to many hostels with Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Jan 4, 2010
  • Phnom Penh - Floating Island Guesthouse sucks sucks sucks Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, is a big city with some charm but not too much to do. We spent 2 short sejourns in the city, as I had to get my China visa. We were meaning Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Dec 14, 2009
  • Honey Moon: Day 4 NightNoboribetsu Sekisui-Tei (登别石水亭) This will be our resting place for tonight. The most smelly, yet very famous Onsen in Noboribetsu. Why? T Posted by dacylet in Claudia's Adventures | Dec 29, 2009
  • Honey Moon: Day 2 Night Our resting destinat Posted by dacylet in Claudia's Adventures | Dec 15, 2009
  • Greenville MaineInland Maine is a treasure. We didn't run out of things to do. Went hiking on Moose Mountain, Lily State Park and Elephant Mountain where there is the remains of a plane that crashed (I think the Posted by pete004 in Roaming Pete | Dec 9, 2009
  • Not a Zoola!Hadrien came from Antigua to spend the weekend in San Pedro. Many people like Hostel Zoola so I waited for Hadrien's shuttle to arrive and I took him straight to Zoola. The place turned out to be awesome. The dorm Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Dec 1, 2009
  • Still hungry!I stayed with a family the week I was taking classes. There were three daughters at the house and they were very friendly and talkative. They always tried to engage in conversations so I can practice my Spanish. The youngest Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Dec 1, 2009
  • Nomads Infusion“What is love? Baby don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me, no more” Ok… We had achieved a maximum level of relaxation in the Cook Islands. We were even able to hold onto a good part of it throughout our trip Posted by pmunson in Peter and Meghans Big Trip | Nov 26, 2009
  • Lost in translation (Sevilla) Me and my friends had been planning a girls-trip since ever, but it took like years to actually do it. Anyway, after long discussions we finally decided. city: Seville, Spain. time: 15-22 September. Arranging things was so difficult, find the Posted by katy.mcavo in Exploring Spain | Nov 26, 2009
  • La Bella Casa de BoracayLa Bella Casa de Boracay is located at Station 1 Balabag Boracay Island Malay Aklan. It is really closed to Balabag Church. Accessible to all types of land transportation. Willy's is our hotel partner at the beach front. La Bella Posted by arizaqua31 in La Bella Casa de Boracay | Nov 9, 2009
  • Plaza vs. Waldorf (cage match)Our first morning at the Waldorf, I woke up looked at the vaulted ceiling and said to myself, “I am at the Waldorf!” (My second thought was “Maybe now my mother in law will not think I am a Posted by 1000fights in 1000 places to fight before you die | Nov 9, 2009
  • Gangster SenderWe arrive in Monterrico and we had no reservations and din't even know what to look for. We walk down the main street and head to the beach. We figured we can just find a hostel or hotel on the Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Oct 20, 2009
  • BrokenThe daily chicken bus ride from and to Vieja was very inconvenient. I couldn't stay out in Antigua because it is too dangerous to come home alone late in the evening. So I decided to leave! I felt really bad Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Oct 20, 2009
  • Kathmandu Girl My flight to KATHMANDU left on time and there was no delays - think I arrived in Kathmandu at 7.45pm but not sure exactly as I hadn't adjusted my watch from Abu Dhabi time who are only 3 hours in Posted by NADZ2 in NEPAL & BEYOND | Oct 3, 2009
  • Krakow - living in luxury in PolandFirst off - our place in Krakow was amazing. A Sodispar Apartment Hotel, in the old walled town about 30 sec walk to the town square, with kitchen, laundry, 12 foot ceilings, and huge room. All for 37 Posted by chrisvasil in Overland for 8 Months | Aug 31, 2009
  • Being AccommodatingSpain is not a new country for us. We spent a week in one of the Costas many moons ago (Brava or Blanca, I can’t recall), and weren’t terribly impressed. The place was set up for – and heaving with Posted by Julie1972 in Blowing the Mortgage | Aug 26, 2009
  • Extremely SatisfiedI stayed at Bajaj Indian Home Stay twice during a recent trip to India while transitting through Delhi. On Both Occassions I was Extremely Satisfied with all aspects of my stay and felt that I had received excellent value for Posted by leongloren in Extremely Satisfied | Aug 19, 2009
  • A glimpse into "Truck Life" So Mel, our tour guide, often described living on and out of the truck as "Truck Life". It's definitely a mindset and somet Posted by julesfsmit in Julie's Journeys | Aug 19, 2009
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