Skip Navigation

Blog Entries tagged 'transportation'

Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'transportation'

Show Advanced Options

Previous Page ... Next
  • Blocking out, taking inI was commuting in Metro Manila's thoroughfare, riding a jeepney to the mall. Across my seat was a couple that were so caught up with the music from their ipod. They didn't hear me as I passed on my fare Posted by writespot in Write On the Spot | Feb 18, 2010
  • There's no Place like (Motor) Home!OK – it’s been a couple of weeks, and while it doesn’t seem as though much has happened, a huge amount has in fact been achieved. We’ve bought our motor home – yay! It all happened about 10 days ago on Posted by OrlandoN in Here There & Everywhere | Feb 6, 2010
  • Pampering, transiting, and KLOur last night in Bangkok was a very mellow one. We did absolutely no sight seeing. We had a "fancy" hotel, Thong Ta Resort and Spa, near the airport. Keep in mind, this is all relative because Posted by slugtrek in Southeast Asia 2010 | Feb 4, 2010
  • Calgary Hostel InternationalWAIT! Before I start, I need to update on everything else. So, finished the flight. Mark and I were a little bit tired and frustrated from the flight, and then we had to go through and immigration and security to add Posted by KatieG11 in Katie in Canada! | Jan 28, 2010
  • Yesterday This weekend has been a blur. It's difficult for me to remember everything that has happened in just two days, but I feel that it could be important that I write it down. Yesterday, Drema & I decided to Posted by Itatiaia in there are places I remember | Jan 30, 2010
  • I feel the need... The need for speed.Today is a historic day in the life of Kerryn O'Connor. That's right. I officially bought my first car ever! And what a beauty she is. A black beauty if you will. Yes, I am the proud owner of a Posted by keoco1 in Where in the world is Kerryn O'Connor | Jan 29, 2010
  • MetroThe Metro in Madrid is one of the biggest metro networks in the world, and it is still expanding. The map that I still have from my first visit in 2006, is a bit outdated to say the least. Which Posted by Herr Bert in A Dutchman in Madrid | Jan 27, 2010
  • Highway DateLabas tayo..", isang kaibigan.. In English.. let's go out. San ba, tanong ko. "Andito ako malapit sa street nyo." Sya ulit. Pinaayos nya daw kasi kotse nya. "Teka kala ko ba, you will text me in the morning if matutuloy tayo. Posted by Bella_Luna in Salve a Tutti | Jan 15, 2010
  • JapanOk then well i made it on the 2nd stage of my Travels and am currently sitting in Narita International Airport Waiting for my bus to arrive which is getting to be a bit tedious if i do say so Posted by Nick.t in Round the World | Jan 4, 2010
  • Happy New YearLike i said i will try and keep this up to date as best i can and i thought maybe using my time on the first day of 2010 to right about my plans for the next few days. so Posted by Nick.t in Round the World | Jan 1, 2010
  • Crazy TravelsWe had had 1 great night and day of beaching, swimming, rasta'ing, drinking and recovering from our 24 hour fligh plan across Africa and back again. But Casimir had told us that lots of PCVs were gathering at "The Hideout," Posted by Dunz in No. 1 Ladies African Adventure | Dec 19, 2009
  • A few hours in the lap of luxuryI'm not sure exactly how it happened. Indeed, I am still in shock and confusion at the whole situation. What I do know is that one minute we were sitting by the side of the road in Maxixe and the Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | Dec 17, 2009
  • TranstrickeryWe got up at 6:30am to catch the bus and there they were. I guess Amanda managed to talk Lina into going to the lake. We set off knowing that it's going to be a long journey. We walked to Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Dec 12, 2009
  • NiharahwaI flew into Managua Airport. Luke had been in Nica for about a week now and the day I arrived he was in Granada. The plan was to take a taxi to Managua then take a bus from Managua to Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Dec 12, 2009
  • 101 of Travelling by bus in AfricaBuses in Africa do not depart on time, even if they have a schedule or a departure time. Except in Mozambique. And except for the first bus of the day in Zambia. Although not with every company. In Namibia, they Posted by Ofelia in Where is Maaret? | Dec 9, 2009
  • Who says beach life is boring?There's something about a nice beach place, it doesn't particularly encourage you to do much anything. I'm not a beach person, and cannot understand people who book a two-week holiday to a Greek island or similar; I think I'd die Posted by Ofelia in Where is Maaret? | Dec 8, 2009
  • Champa and Champi, a Laotion love storySo, just who are these two characters? Well, these would be the two macsots for the SEA Games (South East Asian Games). Now, why is this of any significance at all, well this is the bit where it gets interesting. Firstly, Posted by carl.adams in Southeast Asia 09/10 | Dec 6, 2009
  • Woof woofAlisha decided to join me to Atitlan a few days before I left. One thing about Alisha is that she does not like to plan at all so instead of buying our shuttle tickets ahead of time we had to Posted by nawaf in The Waffle Flight | Dec 1, 2009
  • Village StoriesWow! It's been a month since I updated my blog - have you missed my stories?! Well the latest story is that KFC has just opened up their first outlet in Nepal as of yesterday and apparently the Posted by NADZ2 in NEPAL & BEYOND | Nov 25, 2009
  • Day 1Jetstar were obviously short on people to fill starclass, so on the sunday before the trip we got a call offering a cheap upgrade which we duly accepted. The airport check in was certainly fun, my first ever random bomb residue Posted by jasbar in Jason and Vanessa | Nov 5, 2009
  • Frankfurt callingIch bin gerade in Frakfurt. Mein Gott ich habe Deutschland vermissed. Das Geruch ist gleich in jedem deuschen Stadt. Für mich es `smells´ nach currywurst. Ich treffe Sarah bald und wir essen lunch zusammen. Danach fliege ich nach Sao Paulo. Posted by SENDI in lostintranslation | Nov 5, 2009
  • Samedi (Saturday)I woke this morning with my first night minus the little blue man, hmmmpf, still not happy. It was raining, quite heavily at the moment. Glad I made the decision to not stay at the universite and head to Versailles, Posted by Blue Teddy in Blue Teddy and the 14 pillows | Nov 1, 2009
  • Mardi (Tuesday)Tuesday 20 October I slept terribly. I kept waking in fright. I woke at 4 and there was no way I could go back to sleep. I got up and read for a while and then decided about 7 that I Posted by Blue Teddy in Blue Teddy and the 14 pillows | Oct 27, 2009
  • Full daysThis past week has been just as full as the last (and, fair warning, this entry is full of photos). Monday was Marie's birthday so all of us gussied up and headed out to the sky bar (the State Posted by decuirrl in a long-winded carte postale | Oct 25, 2009
  • Seat belt, cell phone and speed limit laws enforcedAlvin Starkman, M.A., LL.B. Driving in Oaxaca, Mexico, became a little more difficult in September / October, 2009. That’s when federal, state and municipal governments actually began enforcing the law, at least in the City of Oaxaca and in parts Posted by titosarah in DRIVING TO, FROM, AND IN OAXACA | Oct 21, 2009
Previous Page ... Next

Want to create a lasting record of your trip?

With Travellerspoint, you can! Keep everyone up to date with an easy, customisable travel blog; or upload your travel photography for others to admire. Then take your blog entries and travel photos and stick them into a travel map of all the places you've seen.