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  • Austvågøya - VestvågøyaThis morning we are moving on to another place and another apartment. Along the way, of course, we stop frequently to take photos. But first, a last goodbye to Laukvik, which has been our home for the last couple Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 22, 2019
  • 2 conflicted spacesThis Spring I visited a couple of zones of conflict in the Mediterranean so thought I’d write an email describing them. First up was sun kissed Cyprus/Northern Cyprus in February. After flying into Northern Cyprus (Turkish side) our first stop was Posted by carlswall in 2wyvernsonmychest | Apr 19, 2018
  • Chapter 20 – Kamchatka Peninsula – Russian Far East[i]Whet your visual appetites on some of these photos of our expedition up the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Chukotka Region of the Russian Far East! Many of these photographs were taken by a fellow intrepid traveller, Craig Smith, whose super Posted by capetocape2017 in Cape to Cape 2017. By Land. Mostly | Jul 25, 2017
  • Lapland: Finland: Winter Wonderland with Northern Lights Lapland, Finland is absolutely one of the most stunning places we have ever visited. Ruby had to be dragged kicking and screaming on our last day heading back to the airport. It is truly a winter wonderland with so Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | May 20, 2017
  • Rain, rain, go AWAY!Mondays in Paris tend to be quieter - residents are back to work and some museums are closed. Our plan wasn't to visit too many anyway but to do some shopping. After Mary Ann's swim (the pool is a 3-minute Posted by otisandma in Salut tout le Monde! | Jun 21, 2016
  • Tango at the Top End[center][/center] "This is number 13," the taxi driver insisted as I stared dubiously at the building from which no light was emerging. He very kindly agreed to wait while I went to inves Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Sep 24, 2015
  • Goodbye Australia[center][/center] There were tears - more than I expected - as I said goodbye to the place I have called home for the last year. 'Straya has been a real mix of tricks - each location Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Aug 3, 2015
  • Paddleboarding at Collaroy, Northern BeachesI've had lots of firsts on my travels and this was another to add to the list. Well, two actually - my first time paddleboarding and my first jellyfish sting. [center][/center] My Fr Posted by emmaabroad in Australia | Jun 26, 2015
  • Norway and the Northern LightsFor dinner last night we chose to go to a Viking Feast. We got off the ship in one port and got back on about 3 hours later at the next port. The celebration was held at a Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Jan 22, 2015
  • Banaue and Batad After a pretty sloathful period of beaches and diving, I was keen to get back into some real backpacking. We headed north of Manila on an overnight bus. Not a sleeper, Posted by bloorsontour in Bloors on Tour | Jan 15, 2015
  • Things to do in FinlandHi, Me and my friend from New York will be visiting Helsinki on 28th September, From there we will be going to Rovaniemi, Tromso and few other places around there. We have booked car from Rovaniemi. We have few seats vacant, Posted by arunomatic in Trip to Rovaniemi | Sep 18, 2014
  • Katherine Gorge - sunset dinner cruiseSUNSET DINNER CRUISE ON KATHERINE GORGE A 4-hour sunset dinner cruise was never going to be on our agenda but when we came across it in yet another of our 5496 leaflets which seem to fill our caravan – we felt we Posted by twodubfers in Seeing Australia | Aug 26, 2014
  • Mt Isa, Qld to Barkly Homestead, NTMT ISA QUEENSLAND TO BARKLY HOMESTEAD, NORTHERN TERRITORY 445 km It’s hard to believe, looking back to our early morning cuppa around 6.30am when we had no idea which direction we would be heading today, that we have safely arrived at Posted by twodubfers in Seeing Australia | Aug 19, 2014
  • Aurora Borealis13th October Arriving in Reykjavik in the late afternoon we had booked ourselves onto a northern lights bus tour in hope of maximizing our viewing opportunities. Unfortunately this night was a complete wash out with the night sky completely cov Posted by Wongderful in Ameizing Andventures | Oct 22, 2013
  • Iceland...for Spring Break...?Okay, so I know most Spring Breakers head to sunny climes, like the beaches of Florida or even the Caribbean. And I know that by March most people are fed up with the cold and snow - at least people Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 19, 2013
  • 'We Wish You A Merry Christmas' ... Merano styleThe kids have long dreamed of a white Christmas, so it was with some anticipation that we set off for Merano, in the northern Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige, or Sudtirol as the (many) German speakers are more likely to Posted by happellfamily12 in La vita in quattro valigie | Dec 31, 2012
  • It's a Bug's LifePerhaps we have neglected to mention in past blog entries our recent change from night owls to morning birds. Around 7:30 pm in the Northern Territory, there is a change from the daily annoying flies to the pesky, biting mosquitos Posted by lukinktlain in Dusty Trails | Oct 2, 2012
  • What a CROC! '"People need to come here and relax, sit on the country, feel the spirits of this country, and go home and feel the same way." - Natasha Nadji, Bunidj Clan speaking of Kakadu National Park' We began the day by heading Posted by lukinktlain in Dusty Trails | Oct 1, 2012
  • To the Top of the FallsBroke camp early at Daly Waters and made it to Katherine for a quick lunch and photo opp. It's not often (unless your name is George or Elizabeth) that you find places in Australia with your namesake! Tried to find Posted by lukinktlain in Dusty Trails | Sep 30, 2012
  • Onward and Upward We traveled a massive 1,100 km from the MacDonnell Ranges to Daly Waters, where we settled in for some well deserved fish and chips and nice cold Coopers Pale Ale at the historic Daly Waters Pub (thanks Rhonda for the Posted by lukinktlain in Dusty Trails | Sep 28, 2012
  • Getting readyWe're only going to the Arctic for 4 nights but sure going to need a big suitcase. Layers! It's all about layers is what you hear from everyone. But how many layers are we going to need? Posted by vertue in The Hunt for Northern Lights is on | Feb 12, 2012
  • Off to the RacesTegs old stomping ground Grafton was in our sights for the July trip and even though it was only 45mins away from our base of Yamba, Northern NSW...it was still an epic journey. Like any good story we always start Posted by GOOOOOD in GOOOOOD Adventures | Aug 28, 2011
  • The 2011 Walk Across Great Britian - INCEPTION!The September of 1970 was dull and un-engaging. But as the breeze shifted and the barometric pressure dropped slightly in central Alberta, hearts and minds were stirred. A bottle of red wine and an autumn sunset brought a Posted by jonniestyle in Travel Adventures with Jon & Tiesha! | May 14, 2011
  • Day 24 - India continues to “shock and awe”…Coming from North America, where safety regulations pervade every aspect of daily life, it’s unbelievable how one’s personal safety is very much one’s own responsibility (and karma… more in a bit). Public vehicles’ capacity (i.e. buses, trains, taxis, et Posted by Baxters in Baxters' World Tour | Feb 19, 2011
  • On the road in IndiaTraveling by road in India is an experience unto itself. We decided to indulge in a private car and driver for our exploration of India and, after more than 1,000 km, we have come to appreciate how unique an Posted by Baxters in Baxters' World Tour | Feb 13, 2011
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