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  • Nong Yai Wooden Bridge at the Nong Yai Park Chumpon.Nong Yai Wooden Bridge at the Nong Yai Park Chumpon. The park came about following the devastation caused by Typhoon Gay back in November 1989. 529 people were killed, 160,000 became homeless, with 7,130 km2 of farm land destroyed. Under Royal Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Mar 19, 2022
  • Bang Tao Beach IIIts difficult to imagine a beach 6 kilometers long, but Bang Tao is just that! So here is Bang Tao II as the beach changes its beauty from one end to the other. Here is the North end of the Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Feb 3, 2022
  • Heading for the border After a year of living with Covid lockdowns, border closures, cancellations, quarantines and sleazy politicians trying to assure us they have it all under control, Judy, John and I decided enough was eno Posted by Joanne David in On The Road Again | Jan 12, 2022
  • South coast of England [img= Posted by Mary Doll in The adventures of Mary Doll | Sep 12, 2021
  • Travelling AustraliaEchuca and Swan Hill are two main towns that sit on the Victorian side of the Murray River. The Murray divides the two Australian States of Victoria and New South Wales. Due to Covid restrictions I could only Posted by Jimfeatherby in Travellng Australia | Jul 26, 2021
  • New Zealand - Christchurch revisitedThursday 11th February 2016 Christchurch Revisited This was to be our last day in New Zealand. We had most of the day, so we walked across Hagley Park to the Botanic Gardens, as we had not been able to look at Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 20, 2021
  • New Zealand - Tranzalpine train Wednesday 10th February 2016 TranzAlpine Train journey Greymouth to Christchurch Franz Josef to Greymouth Train Station We left Franz Josef and headed north on the Franz Josef Highway. We crossed a few small rivers before arriving in th Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 20, 2021
  • New Zealand - Franz JosefTuesday 9th February 2016 Helicopter flight to Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers Waking early to pretty bird song, we went for a short walk around the village, which is very small, then found a good parking spot (the staff in the Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 20, 2021
  • New Zealand - Haast Country, Queenstown to Franz Josef Monday 8th February 2016 Lake Wanaka, Blue Pools, Haast Pass, West Coast and Glaciers Queenstown to Franz Josef Glacier (via Wanaka) We had breakfast in our room, then checked out and set off back to Arrow Junction where we turned off to Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 20, 2021
  • New Zealand - Queenstown, Milford Sound, ArrowtownSunday 7th February 2016 Flight over the Southern Alps, Milford Sound and Arrowtown Milford Sound Scenic Flight and cruise We had bought our breakfast to eat in so we were ready to go. The conditions were perfect- warm with no cloud. Hav Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 20, 2021
  • New Zealand - ChristchurchThursday 4th February 2016 Christchurch Exploring Christchurch City Christchurch is the largest city in South Island, and is in the middle of the Canterbury Plain. To the edge is an extinct volcano, and the city still suffers from tectonic Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 20, 2021
  • New Zealand - Christchurch and Willowbank3rd Kaikoura to Willowbank Zoo (kiwi, kea, kakapo, monkeys, eels, tuatara) Christchurch (Hagley Gardens, Botanical Gardens, Avon river, Canterbury Museum, tram ride) 4th Christchurch, Governors Bay, meal with friend [b]Wednesday 3rd February 2016 Wil Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 14, 2021
  • New Zealand - Whale watchingTuesday 2nd February 2016 Whale Watch and Kaikoura walks We parked our car in the Whaleway car park, then headed back along the beach to the Why Not cafe for a coffee until 10 am. It was then time to check Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 14, 2021
  • 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
  • New Zealand - Interisland and Wine tastingOur Trip to South Island, New Zealand 31st January- 11th February 2016 Sunday 31st January 2016 Interislander ferry Wellington to Picton, Picton to Blenheim [img= Posted by PetersF in New Zealand | Mar 14, 2021
  • Sri Chamundeshwari TempleIn 2015 I spent 5months travelling around Southern India. One of the things that struck me the most was there were so many Temples! This one in Mysore is the second in my video collection. Chamundi Hill is about 13 kms Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Sep 24, 2020
  • Ohm Nandhi Kesaraya NamahaThe giant image of Nandi (Bull) is located at the top of Chamundi hills in Mysore. More than 350 years old, this is one of the oldest icons in Mysore. The Nandi is portrayed in sitting position with its left Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Feb 2, 2020
  • Travel RouteJohannesburg - Kruger NP - Swasiland - Durban Cape Town Posted by corth in South African Hautnah | Dec 30, 2019
  • South KoreaI don’t really know what to say about Seoul. It wasn’t bad, but I was never amazed by the place, or the food. There was art, some cool to look at, but never really impressive. There were temples and palaces, Posted by Porticaeli in The Song of Lucius | Nov 12, 2019
  • BIG BUDDHA PHUKETOne of the best attractions on Phuket Island is our Giant Buddha on Nakkerd Hill in the town of Chalong(where I live). Looking down on the town, i get a feeling of safety and calm when driving my partner to work, Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Nov 10, 2019
  • Celebrity EclipseI'm looking forward to my awesome 10-Day South American Cruise. Voyage: Booking: 764457 Stateroom: 9172 Celebrity Eclipse is a Solstice-class cruise ship, operated by Celebrity Cruises. Holds up to 2,850 passengers and approximately 1,271 crew. [i Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Jan 31, 2019
  • South Stack Lighthouse and CliffsOur second and last day in Wales, we headed further north to Holyhead to see the South Stack Lighthouse. South Stack Lighthouse was built in 1809 marking the small islet off Anglesey at the northwest tip of Wales. We didn't Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Sep 6, 2019
  • Missing the RehearsalAll the festivities (rehearsal, wedding, and reception) were taking place at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. Our son Rob had offered to drive us the rest of the way to Ft. Lauderdale. It was 561 miles from Posted by greatgrandmaR in 2019 Ft. Lauderdale Wedding | Aug 9, 2019
  • Voluteering with Eco Children and H.E.S.C.Monday, July 8 was the first day for both Jeffrey and Aisha. I had hired Gift, a local woman, to act as my driver. With our overlapping schedules, I couldn't drive all three of us to our respective Posted by NAJ1706 in Volunteering in South Africa | Aug 4, 2019
  • Volunteering with TshembaTuesday, July 9, 2019 This was my first day as a medical volunteer with Tshemba Foundation. I meet Renato and Sandra from Brazil and Deren from Australia. Renato is a gastroenterologist but here, he functions as a general internist. Posted by NAJ1706 in Volunteering in South Africa | Jul 15, 2019
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