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  • Lesser Peru==Lesser Peru== Mancora: a small beach town near the Ecuadorian border. Not much to do here unless you are a surfer or heavy drinker and the drinks are somewhat expensive. Ordered margaritas from several places along the beach. They were all Posted by Veritas2377 in Central & South America | Jul 23, 2019
  • A Hamburg Street Art ExperienceHamburg has an abundance of quirky, colourful and vibrant street art, especially within the districts and backstreets of the diverse German city. Whilst the works may not be as well-known as those in Berlin, Hamburg offers visitors and residents alike Posted by JoshuaDenny in A Hamburg Street Art Experience | Jul 17, 2019
  • Chachapoyas PeruChachapoyas: first you should know it’s a 10 hour bus from Chiclayo and 14 from Trujillo on the complete other side of the country with not much in between. Also, unlike my other posts I didn’t explore too much of Posted by Veritas2377 in Central & South America | Jul 16, 2019
  • Hyrcanian Forests====At the 43rd meeting of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Baku-Azerbaijan, the Iran's Hyrcanian forests has registered on the UNESCO world heritage List. After the Lut Desert, Hyrcanian forest is Iran's second nature site that has been reg istere Posted by Mary from Iran in Iran Attractions | Jul 5, 2019
  • Darwin to KatherineAfter and all too short stay in Darwin, we had a drive of about 168km to a very comfortable cabin in Litchfield Tourist Park. On the way down, we stopped at Manton Dam Reserve. The dam was Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | Jul 1, 2019
  • NYC, the city that never sleeps!Flying into LaGuardia was wet!! I attempted a time lapse to get some good shots of Manhattan on the way in but it pissed down! This will be my 3rd time visiting NY but this one is special Posted by mslaurajade in Travel adventures! | Jun 10, 2019
  • Come join in my life, travels and tours in South AfricaGood morning Welcome to my new Blog. I sat one afternoon, and thought about my travels, my childhood, my beloved wilderness and mountains, and thought I should share it with those with the same interests. Parden if the dates do not follow, Posted by AfricanWildlife in African Wildlife Tours | Jun 9, 2019
  • ChicagoEven though it's mid April, Chicago is still freezing but the snow had melted and as only I could, I got sunburnt as well as frozen! One extreme to the other for sure!! The bus from Indianapolis was only a Posted by mslaurajade in Travel adventures! | Jun 2, 2019
  • Heading to the HillsThere was no real rush to leave Manuel Antonio but we were still up early, and packed and ready to leave by 10.30, stopping at a bakery for lunch on the way. The drive to Dominical was very easy along Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 30, 2019
  • Manuel Antonio National Park and BeachWe left our hotel in Carara quite late around 12.30 for the short drive down to Manuel Antonio with just a brief stop at a bakery on the way to pick up some things for lunch. It was about 2.10 Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 29, 2019
  • A Trip across UPI am sitting at the second floor of Roy's Pasty near Houghton downtown enjoying my piping hot chicken broccoli pasty with a freshly brewed cup of Colombian coffee and trying to reflect upon my two day trip across the Upper Posted by ansarkar in The Desi Wayfarer-Animesh Sarkar | May 23, 2019
  • Exploring Carara National ParkAfter a terrible nights sleep we decided we may as well just get up early and try and get the 9 o'clock ferry. The drive back was more straight forward as we could just follow signs for a more direct Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 23, 2019
  • Coober Pedy to YularaWhen we got to the opal fields with Aaron, it had been too dark to take useful photos so we remedied that on the way out and up the Stuart Highway. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/883500/large_90e06550-7915-11e9-8d0a-737b581c2f12.jpg caption=Th Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | May 23, 2019
  • In Metro-LandRuislip is a pleasant suburb in north west London, with an ancient village at its heart which was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It is also the town where I grew up, and where my parents continued to live until Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | May 18, 2019
  • Brazil, South AmericaSo today I just landed in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, I flew from Mississauga to here and the flight took about 12 hours and 45 minutes to get here. On the way here we had to make just 1 stop Posted by Jsonsantoss in My Dream Trip around the World | May 14, 2019
  • Off To MonteverdeMonday saw us depart from Bijagua, it had been an interesting place to stay with great scenery and wildlife even if our cabin had been a bit basic. Our next stop was in the cloud forest in Monteverde, a very Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 14, 2019
  • The Rio CelesteThe reason we had chosen to stay at Bijagua was due to its proximity to Tenorio National Park and the Rio Celeste. We were up early on the Sunday morning as we knew the park could get busy at the Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 13, 2019
  • Lazing Around at Los LagosOur last couple of days in La Fortuna were to be spent at a more luxurious hotel with its own hot springs, a must do when staying in the Arenal area. We had a more leisurely get up then went Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 10, 2019
  • Tirimbina Rainforest ReserveI had seen a review on Tirimbina Rainforest Reserve and really fancied visiting it. The advantage of staying there was that any entry into the reserve was free and at $18 pp it made sense to pay the bit extra Posted by RoyandIngrid in Carry On Travelling... | May 8, 2019
  • An island of shells[center] Souimanga sunrise[/center] Another Souimanga sunrise greeted us this morning. They seemed to me to be quite different each day – some more orange Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 8, 2016
  • Life in the Sine-Saloum Delta===Sunrise in the Delta=== We awoke quite early after a very comfortable night’s sleep in our suite at Souimanga Lodge. As we were completely un-overlooked, we had left the curtains open, so our first sight was of the sun just starting Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 6, 2016
  • Dealing with the mishap, and a holiday resumed===Back to Banjul=== It was just as well that we had enjoyed our ferry ride from Banjul to Barra two days ago, as here we were, back again. My broken tooth necessitated a visit to the dentist, the dentist was in Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 4, 2016
  • Juniper GreenOur first morning after our long flight.I can say we slept really well. Had a quick cuppa then got dressed and had a lovely morning walk along the Waters of Leith at Juniper Green.Grey squirrels running across our path and up Posted by Linda-Richard in Scotland | Apr 18, 2019
  • Twende Africa Tours. KilimanjaroMount Kilimanjaro is located three degrees south of the equator in Northeastern Tanzania. It is the tallest mountain in Africa and is the highest free-standing mountain in the world. This immense mountain is made up of three volcanoes: Shira, Mawenzi, Posted by Peter Kinyaiya in Twende Africa Tours. Kilimanjaro | Apr 9, 2019
  • Videos The opening act, couldn’t load a longer one? Spurs 1 v Gunners 1 Posted by khaimah2019 in Canada-UK-Indian and back | Apr 7, 2019
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