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  • A day to chillThe day started slowly Ollie’s for breakfast, turns out they are Turks. I told them I’d been there and I’d like to go back to Istanbul and I’d watch Mesut Ozil last night. Another day sorting the fraud issue with Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Feb 28, 2019
  • Too Long Is Just WrongOk! So... I have been extremely busy these last two weeks and that is why I haven't updated y'all with anything new with what I've been doing while abroad in Deutschland. Before I proceed however, I'm going to explain how these Posted by TravelingTom in Traveling Tom | Feb 25, 2019
  • Saturday Another beautiful day, started foggy at around 7:00 but cleared although remained hazy all day. Had a date to meet someone who has been a friend since we went to school together for lunch. Lunch was at 12:30, there is Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Feb 24, 2019
  • Strolling Round Chiang RaiOur final day in Chiang rai was spent exploring the town on foot. We got up rather late and dropped off some laundry before taking the short walk to Wat Jed Yod just down the road. It was quite small Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Feb 20, 2019
  • Mamallapuram Lighthouse and MuseumIn 2015 I was on a four month trip round Southern India. In the state of Tamil Nadu is the town of mamallapuram, famous for many things but this slide show focuses on its wonderful lighthouse and it's recent new Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Feb 19, 2019
  • Following the Path of The IncasThe day had finally arrived, it was time to start our 4 day hike to Machu Picchu. Luckily we had a fleet of around 30 porters who would be carrying our tents, food and sleeping bags, plus 2.5kg of our Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 13, 2019
  • The Sights of Trivandrum- KerelaIn 2015 I spent four months travelling round the Southern half on India after having already visited much of the North in previous Years. One of my favourite places was Thiruvananthapuram or more commonly called Trivandrum. In this slideshow you wil Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Feb 11, 2019
  • A concert, a medieval village and the governmentBusy, lazy, busy, busy describes my past four days in Berlin and in another region of Germany as well. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ On Thursday, my second day of classes were held and I was int Posted by TravelingTom in Traveling Tom | Feb 10, 2019
  • Sacrifices and Australia DayWe were back in Arequipa for just over 24 hours, but it was Australia Day so we had to make the most of it! First thing we did was sleep in – FINALLY! Then after a healthy breakfast I headed to Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 6, 2019
  • #1 Deadliest Hike in the World Mount Huashan, China#godidicoAs great as Chinese tea seems to be, it is certainly not something you'd firmly connect with invigoration, adrenaline and the dread of death. Mt. Huashan in China, in any case, figures out how to bring these things together by Posted by dannybeiler in wonderfull places with godidico | Feb 2, 2019
  • Market DayOur alarm went off very early and we were breakfasted and waiting for our lift by 7am. He arrived at 7.15 and after picking up a few more people we set off on the 1.5 hour trip out of Bangkok Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | Jan 23, 2019
  • Around Santa Fe[center] In the courtyard of the Burro Alley Café [/center] Although we had Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 29, 2011
  • On the Turquoise Trail The Hotel Blue in Albuquerque, where we had spent the night, prides itself on its ‘pressure relieving Tempur-Pedic mattresses’ and I was amazed at how comfortable it was, while Chris declared this the Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 27, 2011
  • ‘Hot dog, jumping frog’ ===Albuquerque=== As we drove into Albuquerque after a fascinating morning spent visiting Acoma Pueblo, we had two things on our minds. One was lunch; the other a song by one of our favourite band Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 26, 2011
  • Hong Kong and home again, been a hootWe spent a few days back in Hong Kong,, catching up with grandkids, watching Arthur play rugby, taking him to school, visiting nice restaurants, Xmas fairs and a carol service. Great relaxing time despite all of us having some sort Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Dec 31, 2018
  • A place prepared We took advantage of the breakfast included in our room rate at the Grants Best Western, where the buffet was more extensive than in some other places we stayed on this trip, with reasonable eggs and Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 26, 2011
  • On the Road to Queenstown and the Milford TrekAfter leaving the Cedar Flats hut tramp, our plan was to spend a couple of days in Franz Joseph town. This on the west side of Mt. Cook and also has impressive mountains, glaciers, hiking, etc. Once Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 25, 2018
  • Be prepared 2===India occupies only 2.4% of the world’s land area, yet it supports around 16% of the global population. With over a billion people*, its average population density is higher than any other nation of comparable size - and it continues Posted by Keep Smiling in Pintu's Firsts | Dec 18, 2018
  • India - First Delhi experienceWe awoke fresh and ready take on the sights of the city. Being the intrepid explorers that we are we decided to go against advice to hire a private car and brave the Metro system. The station was only two Posted by philosipha in A Million Smiles Away | Dec 16, 2018
  • Kerosene CreekOur next stop was Rotorua, famous for its hot springs and geothermal activity. However on arrival, we found the whole area to be touristy and crowded, with many of the springs using their Maori history to attract the hordes. Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Dec 8, 2018
  • Mini Taj Mahal Bibi Ka Maqbara: The "Mini Taj Mahal" Was one of those "must see places" when I was in Aurangabad in Maharashtra- India in 2010. Although many people call it the "poor man's Taj" I actually thought it was stunning in Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Nov 4, 2018
  • Land of the Rising Sun==When I stepped out in the uncharted territory, I had an irresistible impulse to delve a gem worth witnessing island nation - that is relatively unknown to me. I have been anticipating on the vibrant and colorful landscapes. There were Posted by ZXrY127 in Land of the Rising Sun | Nov 4, 2018
  • The Heaven on EarthDo you plan to go on a majestic expedition this winter? Well, I can bet a million Dirhams that you will love a trip paradise itself in Central Europe! From the simplest walks in the parks to the most paramount Posted by Ashish Lal in The Heaven on Earth | Oct 29, 2018
  • India, initial thoughts on Delhi - Part 1From the moment I left the plane at Indira Gandhi airport it was obvious that labour is cheap and plentiful in India. There must have been 25 people waiting to unload our luggage and clean the inside of the plane, Posted by Unphilteredidea in UnPhiltered Thoughts | Oct 20, 2018
  • It Is A Foreign Place, How Do I Get Around? I came to Shenyang University knowing nobody at all! But when I got here everyone was so welcoming and kind, and I did met couple Tanzanian students too, and one happened to be my roommate, his name is Juma Minyaro Posted by orjantan victor in Orjantan's School Progress | Oct 20, 2018
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