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  • Day 15 - Castries, Saint LuciaAnother great night, great sleep, and looking forward to an awesome day in Saint Lucia. Waking up in time to watch the ship pull into port, however we couldn't disembark until our sister ship, Eurodam, came in behind us. Todays weather Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Feb 17, 2018
  • Horse Carriage Museum Kereta Kraton in YogyakartaDuring my visit to Jogjakarta, close to the Royal Palace within the area known as the Kraton (a grand complex that was meticulously planned to reflect the Javanese cosmos.). I visited the Royal Carriage museum. There are a variety of the Posted by TheJohnsons in Indonesia | Sep 16, 2019
  • Farewell to a City of Treasures and GrandeurI was very excited to go to Moscow, and I felt like we had the perfect amount of time in Saint Petersburg, but of course that didn’t stop me from being sad to leave the stunning city behind. I loved Posted by Annara Oxenham in Exploring Russia - 2019 | Jun 22, 2019
  • Falling In Love with Another PalaceWhen I first awoke I was tried and still sore from the previous days walking. I will admit that I contemplated skipping our Peterhoff Palace day trip to spend more time sleeping and then exploring our local area. I am Posted by Annara Oxenham in Exploring Russia - 2019 | Jun 21, 2019
  • The Alluring Russian BalletI was so excited to be going to the ballet. I was jumping up and down as we left the Airbnb. I wore a nice dress and Stas wore a nice shirt. We were going to the Mariinsky Theatre. The Posted by Annara Oxenham in Exploring Russia - 2019 | Jun 19, 2019
  • Saint Cyprien MarketHappy Cinco de Mayo to all at home. Today was Market day in Saint Cyprien and we have been told it’s the best in the region. Heads of lettuce the size of bowling balls, cases of loose spices, huge Posted by Slough in European Adventure | May 5, 2019
  • Bikes have Arrived!It’s finally arrived...our bikes have arrived. We booked thru Aquitaine Bikes and they have been fantastic. Robert (a Brit who has lived in France for 30 years) arrived at 9:30am and spent a good hour walking us thru Posted by Slough in European Adventure | May 3, 2019
  • Under the Saint Cyprien SunHave you seen Under a Tuscan Sun??? Do you recall the scene where Diane Lane is leaning out her window and she watches this little old man walk by every morning to put flowers in a vase for his wife? Posted by Slough in European Adventure | May 2, 2019
  • Churches in Old Town Goa- IndiaOn my four month trip round India in 2015 my starting point was Panaji in the district of Goa . From here I looped round the whole of the southern part of India back up to Chennai. So here in Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Oct 31, 2018
  • Assisi.I visited Assisi last june. It is a large ancient town on a hill. Assisi has several churches to visit, some museums and a maze of narrow cobbled streets. Its highlights are Saint Francis' and Saint Claire' s basilicas. Both Posted by Maurizioagos in My travels. | Sep 2, 2018
  • Random Arequipa PicsSome Random photos while playing the tourist. Saint Teresa Colonial Art Museum and views from the roof of the Cathedral. [img= Posted by georgeaguilar in Genetic Memoirs 2018 | May 27, 2018
  • Visiting Van GoghLocated right next to our hotel is one of the largest and most significant medieval Gothic buildings in Europe ... the Papal Palace. There is a guide which we takes us on a tour of the place. Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Jun 26, 2017
  • Butuceni - Capriana - Hincu - ChișinăuThe restaurant looks completely different this morning without the wedding party, decorations and DJ equipment. For breakfast we are on the same table as a group of e Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 3, 2016
  • The Saint's Of The EastThe Holy Men of Asia India being such an ancient and wondurus civilisation is the land of holy men , aesthetic , Sadu’s and Saints. My travels took me to far away places which are the gem’s of indian spirituality Posted by Anuj Tikku in Tikku's Travelthon | Jun 15, 2015
  • Bordeaux and Saint EmilionBordeaux and Saint Emilion OK, that last post was too long, so this one will be shorter. We took the train from Donostia to Bordeaux, spent an afternoon and evening seeing Bordeaux, then decided that night that we wanted to go Posted by Catnchas in The Creighz's do Europe | Apr 1, 2015
  • Playground of the rich and famousJust thinking about our trip to Saint Tropez sends me into hysterics. It was by far one of the most action packed and highly entertaining few days that I have had in a long time. Julz and I spent the Posted by melpage in Not all those who wander are lost... | Aug 15, 2014
  • Family, Friends & FunAs you may already know Bob and Kryss sold their house in Fruita, put a lot of stuff in storage, sold some stuff and gave some stuff to their kids. What they didn't do was storage, sell or give me Posted by rhislop in Tashi Tales | Jun 8, 2014
  • Canoe trip down the Dordogne - Argentat to Souillac Note: regarding above map we are travelling along the river! Wednesday 18th Sept 13 (day 18) Today was our first day canoeing on the River Dordogne - what a bloody disaster! Not Posted by Cindy Bruin in CINDY, TRAVELLING THE WORLD! | Sep 22, 2013
  • Babas, Saints, and Gurus===Swami Vivekananda=== A favorite of Uncle Anandaram Ogooti, Swami Vivekananda (1963-1902) was one of those progressive Hindu reformers Posted by Fabian1993 in Study Abroad (Spring 2013) | Feb 21, 2013
  • Mount St HelensSo a lot of things have happened since my last entry. I ended up moving to Portland last August and I've been settling in here and making it a home. Whether this is temporary or permanent I'm not Posted by scwilson86 in A Californian in... | Jul 22, 2012
  • Saint Louis - MissouriThis week end as Mithra was just back from spending some time with her dad Kieran offered to take us to Saint Louis in Missouri... so we jumped on the offer... The 5 hours journey seemed to fly by with 3 Posted by ealonso in MAGIC MOMENTS | Mar 28, 2012
  • Rome, Italy day threeTracy and I headed over to the termini to check out tour options. After finally finding an info site we discovered they don't have brochures out and ready for travelers. But we did talk to Guido who works with green Posted by Mari Anne in Wow, It's Europe!!!! | Jul 20, 2011
  • There we were, are and going....... Can't believe its been so long since our last entry - though allot has happened. Our trip back from Turkey was long and arduous, especially for my accelerator foot which is developing RSI way too quickly. I am toying with either Posted by kramerandkramer in Boyana and Shauns Europe Tour 2011 | Jul 9, 2011

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