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  • Thailand! Tha Rua Shrine-PhuketThankfully not everything was closed or locked down over December 2020, here in Phuket. I was able to get around and spend some time visiting some of the places I had promised myself to go. Here The Tha Rua Shrine, Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Feb 12, 2021
  • Street Art and Art Village Rawai- PhuketSo finally able to get out and abut again, after heavy monsoon rains. I wander around the off beach road in Rawai to find a collection of street art and the Art Village. I think all types of street art are Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Nov 10, 2020
  • Bokor Hill Station and Abandoned CasinoBokor Hill Station in Preah Monivong National Park, Cambodia was built in the 1920s by French colonists wanting to escape the heat and humidity of the capital Phnom Penh. The main feature of the resort was the Bokor Palace Hotel Posted by TheJohnsons in Cambodia | Sep 23, 2020
  • BarcelonaIn 2006 I took my daughter on her very first trip outside the UK, in fact her first aeroplane flight anywhere! The destination? Barcelona, we stayed in Vilinova La Geltru, but it was so very close by train to Barcelona we Posted by TheJohnsons in Europe | Sep 18, 2020
  • biking or zip lining, that’s the question?One day you get a bit depressed when you see rain, the next morning you wake up with a smile on your face when you see the sun shining. New Zealand is such a strange country and although I am Posted by Ils1976 in New Zealand | May 31, 2020
  • the world hasn’t ended!Although we could sleep in today, I still feel like a zombie when I wake up, maybe too much sleep isn’t good either, who knows!? Maybe it’s the alcohol ?? But a good thing is … the world didn’t end Posted by Ils1976 in Terra Australis | May 10, 2020
  • Noodling for Opal, the gem of the never neverAfter a few days with an early wake up call, it was nice to know that we could finally sleep in for once. Woody was going to pick us up at about 7 AM, so we had plenty of time Posted by Ils1976 in Terra Australis | May 10, 2020
  • on we go, to the provincial capital of MondulkiriI slept like a baby, but knowing we had to go back on that bus, left me thinking I would rather stay in bed for the remainder of the day. Not in such a good mood, I went to the Posted by Ils1976 in Laos & Cambodia with a Thai ending | May 3, 2020
  • being a tourist can be real funA good night's rest can do a world of good and as our alarm clock went off at 7 AM, we still had a bit of time for a quick snooze, but after a few minutes, we sadly enough Posted by Ils1976 in Laos & Cambodia with a Thai ending | Apr 26, 2020
  • hello to the land of smiles6 AM in the morning and I must admit that I am tired as hell. It seems the older I get, the harder it is to get used to these long flights, but hey ... if this is the only Posted by Ils1976 in Laos & Cambodia with a Thai ending | Apr 26, 2020
  • Little India Street Art Singapore Some of the Amazing street Art I saw on my recent trip to Singapore. There are three districts that this is most popular, Chinatown, Little India, And Kampong Glam. This one focuses on Little India I hope you enjoy it? Little India Posted by TheJohnsons in Singapore | Mar 1, 2020
  • KAMPONG GLAM & HAJI LANE STREET ART 2020I have just come back from a very recent trip to Singapore, for four days! Whilst there visiting the Gardens by the Bay and other amazing places that have popped up since my last visit in 2013, I took the time Posted by TheJohnsons in Singapore | Feb 29, 2020
  • Chinatown Murals: Heritage In Street Art 2020I have just come back from a very recent trip to Singapore, for four days! Whilst there visiting the Gardens by the Bay and other amazing places that have popped up since my last visit in 2013, I took the time Posted by TheJohnsons in Singapore | Feb 25, 2020
  • BambergWhile we were in Nuremberg we opted to take the short train ride to Bamberg to spend the day there. I really enjoyed Bamberg, it was really a charming city even if the weather didn't necessarily cooperate. Bamberg is a quintessentially Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Jan 12, 2020
  • Vilnius Day 1On our first full day in Vilnius we hit the ground running. We managed to see the Gate of Dawn (which was just outside of our AirBnb), Cathedral Square (Vilnius Cathedral and Palace of the Dukes) Gediminas Tower (which provided Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Nov 3, 2019
  • VilniusOur next adventure took us to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. I must admit, Lithuania was not originally on our must see list, but I heard so many people say what a wonderful time they had there. I also read Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Oct 27, 2019
  • 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
  • Walled City of ChesterThe walled city of Chester is one of the oldest in Britain, and has a charm and splendor all of its own despite being dwarfed in size by neighboring Liverpool and Manchester. Chester is the best preserved walled city Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 14, 2019
  • Fort Vredeburg JogjakartaVredeburg Fort was built by Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono I in 1760, based on the request from Dutch government, Nicolas Harting. The construction was first functioned as a fort in rectangle form. Each corner of the building had a guard Posted by TheJohnsons in Indonesia | Sep 4, 2019
  • Naryn to KashgarAs I look back at these images of my great personal journey along the Silk Route from the West to the East , I realise how much stronger it made me, how much it changed the way I am and Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Aug 27, 2019
  • Arslanbob – Wild Walnut Forest & WaterfallsDuring my two month stay in Kyrgyzstan, I spent quite a few days here, and I walked up to the Walnut forest via the waterfall and back down the valley... Arslanbob (Written and pronounced in Kyrgyz as “Arstanbap”) is one of Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Aug 22, 2019
  • San Antonio Del Areco Argentina==San Antonio Del Areco== I think this town was the first place I remained on budget in quite sometime. Even the nice dinners were cheap and it’s such a relaxing quaint well landscaped town. I don’t know if it’s all rich Posted by Veritas2377 in Threadbare Gypsy Soul | Aug 1, 2019
  • Hoi AnI spent only 2 days in the ancient town of Hoi An. It is a UNESCO world heritage site. The town is vibrant in the noon time and well-lit in the evening. Hoi An is one of the liveliest towns Posted by Bulbulonthewing in To travel is to live | May 30, 2019
  • Làng Bích họa Đà Nẵng Da Nang Fresco VillageI have just come back from Danang in Vietnam this April 2019, One of the things I look for as a photographer is the unusual and artistic areas of anywhere I am visiting. Here in the heart of Danang is Posted by TheJohnsons in Vietnam | Apr 24, 2019
  • DubrovnikA magnificient Old Town with medieval ramparts and treasures hidden between these 800 year-old walls...a UNESCO World Heritage Site and what a beauty! We walk the entire wall as well as Fort Lovrijenac. These walls are the symbol Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Feb 27, 2019
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