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  • On the Road Again, Day 38, USATravel Day-- Springfield, Missouri to Louisville, Kentucky There's not a lot to report from today, as much of it was spent in the car. We left Springfield, Missouri this morning, saying good-bye to the strange Courtyard Marriott (NO caffeinated coffee Posted by ORWAT in O Reisert Where Art Thou | Nov 19, 2022
  • New Zealand - Blenheim to KaikouraBlenheim, vineyards, Redwood Pass, Seddon, Lake Grassmere, Wharanui (Saint Oswald’s), Clarence, The Store Kekerengu, Okiwi Bay, Ohau Lookout Seal colony, Rakautara Stream Bridge, Half Moon Bay, Hapuku River crossing, Kaikoura [b]Monday 1st February 201 Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 14, 2021
  • Ndutu VIII - lions, sunrise, wildebeest, flying eagleThere are dik diks in the grounds of Ndutu Lodge as we make our way from he room this morning, but it is still silly o'clock and pitch black so no point in trying to take a photo. ===Lions=== It is Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 11, 2020
  • Lake Natron===Lake Natron Camp=== We can see the camp from a distance, initially looking little more than dark pointy hillocks or large boulders on the landscape. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_da5a4540-5892-11ea-80f6-39feccb4d104.jp Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 3, 2020
  • More AndøyaWe set out to do more explorations of Andøya today, and are very excited to see the coastal voyage ship Hurtigruten ready to dock at Risøyhamn. As we don Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 17, 2019
  • Closing Time When kids have summer off in Middle School, they usually go to Summer Camp where they’ll play games, meet new people, spend time away from home, and enjoy being a kid. When nerdy kids in college have summer off, they Posted by oklempay in Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads.. | Aug 15, 2019
  • The Big Year Out-Hotan BazaarHotan Sunday Market Hotan’ s bazaar is also called The Sunday market. Local people call it Chukubaza (meaning is low location market) located in the north-eastern corner of Hotan city. It is one of the biggest markets in southern Xinjiang. It Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 21, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Dunhuang Movie SetBetween our journey from Dunhuang to the Jade gate and the Yardang Geopark , we were taken to this movie Set, also the entrance gate of Dunhuang Movie Set known as Modelled Shazhou Town of Song Dynasty (960-1279), is Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 21, 2018
  • Tadoba National Park - Part IIAfter this morning's exciting tiger sighting, we head into the park with great expectations. Getting tickets at the park gate [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 4, 2017
  • The Algarve: Albufeira, PortugalThe Southern coast of Portugal is called the Algarve. It has a Mediterranean climate and is known for its rugged beaches. The word Algarve is taken from Arabic and means 'the west'. Moors occupied southern Portugal for 500 Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Sep 21, 2018
  • Exploring the KimberleyAfter a relaxing weekend in Broome, we headed north on the Cape Leveque Road to explore the Dampier Peninsula. We had been pre-warned that roughly 90km of the road are not paved, but it was still surprising to see that Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Dec 3, 2016
  • Tel Aviv with OrenI highly recommend visiting Israel in November! The temperatures have been in the low to mid 20s instead of on the summertime 30s and the nights have been pleasant. On Sunday Oren and Gitta and walked along the boardwalk in Posted by Vita and Mel in Israel November 2016 | Nov 15, 2016
  • Holland America's KoningsdamToday we stopped at Holland America's private island Half Moon Cay. Having been to a bunch of these associated with the various cruise lines, this island along with Disney's Castaway Cay are clearly the best. Paved walkways, Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Nov 12, 2016
  • the curious incident of the face and the wall in the nightThe lodge bedroom is not dissimilar to that of a static caravan. Just enough room for a double bed and a wardrobe. Not quite as much room around the bed as we enjoy at home. I semi wake at stupid Posted by mickyt in Us and our Jack in Wales | Aug 27, 2016
  • Mbuzi Mawe - Seronera Part II ===Lake Magadi=== After leaving the ‘Lion Tree’, we try to find somewhere to stop for our picnic lunch. Malisa’s initial plan is to park down by Lake Magadi, but there is Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 20, 2016
  • Lyngen - Alta - GargiaIt's still snowing when we go out this morning, but thankfully it doesn't look like it has been snowing heavily all night, as the new snowfall isn't that deep. Deep enough, though. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_Still_Snowing_3. Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 21, 2015
  • Easter MoonThis full moon marks the Buddhist new year, the Hindu holiday of Hanuman Jayanti, the Jewish holiday of Passover and the Christian holiday of Easter. ? Wether you belong to any of these religions or not, holiday time with Posted by rachaelob in Adventures of Rachael May | Apr 5, 2015
  • HabaranaNow considering ourselves veterans of the local Sri Lankan buses we settled in to our ride to Habarana, a good base to visit the ancient cities of Sigiriya, Dambulla, Ritigale and Polonnaruwa. Having skipped Anuradhapura we had our fingers crossed Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | Apr 6, 2014
  • I See StarsI crept outside under the cover of darkness My feet gently brushing the dewy grass The moon dimly glowed low on the horizon My eyes were still adjusting to the darkness The whisper of the ocean caressed the sand and my ears A salty sweet Posted by missadelaide in Thoughts of a Crimson Haired Girl | Feb 22, 2014
  • Sing Me To Sleep==="Sing me to sleep Sing me to sleep I’m tired and I want to go to bed I don’t want to wake up on my own anymore" Asleep - The Smiths=== The novelty has vanished Here I am I am me But not the same Quite a different Posted by missadelaide in Thoughts of a Crimson Haired Girl | Feb 10, 2014
  • 63.gun Atacama 101: Olum ve Ay VadileriDun gittigimiz gokyuzu turu ardindan uzerimize ay tozlari bulasmis, keyfimiz yerinde :)) Belki gokyuzu hipnozu belki de 2400 metre yuksekligin sarhoslugu uzerimizde, sonraki uc gun icin dort tur birden secip kaydoluyoruz (sayiyla 3 gune 4 tur sigdirmaya a Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Feb 1, 2014
  • Day 62 San Pedro de AtacamaWe left La Serena at 18:00 by bus to arrive the next morning in San Pedro de Atacama, small town at the edge of the driest and highest desert in the world. Legend has it that, there is not Posted by ayca ozer in SiestaFiesta | Feb 1, 2014
  • 8.25.10: Koh Phi Phi, Thailand Our first morning to wake up on the island of Koh Phi Phi was pleasant as ever! We wandered over to the P. P. Family Restaurant and woke up with a refreshing iced coffee and the sound of the wa Posted by emichele in Globe-Skipping | Sep 28, 2013
  • Yuèbǐng (Mooncakes)Mid-Autumn Festival in China. A time for family re-union, reflected in the perfect completeness of the full moon. We took a class to learn how to make moon cakes to celebrate the festival as friends. We were invited into a Posted by Melimei in Do what you love | Sep 20, 2013
  • An Autumn WindAn Autumn Wind Yesterday was… It’s hard to describe yesterday. I will try. It was hot, dusty and exceedingly bright. One had to squint to try to alleviate the discomfort. Squinting all Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 5, 2012
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