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  • Wat Phra Hin Wanaram@watprahinwanaram Prachuap Khiri Khan province Imagine me driving along the road to Huahin, when I see in the distance this beautiful white Chedi/Temple. I am on a main highway looking for the entrance to what I know will be a treat of Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Mar 2, 2022
  • Türkmenabat - MaryHaving taken an early night last night, I wake up with a jolt at 01:30, panicking that I can't breathe and sit bolt upright in bed. Feeling extremely nauseous, I quickly rush to the bathroom, only to stumble straight from Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 17, 2019
  • 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
  • Ellora CavesSo I have had some time to look back at some of my previous journeys, and I realised that I haven't done many slideshows of India, even though I have visited it often, and for long periods of time. So for Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Sep 17, 2020
  • The Michelin Guide of Travelling[float=left][/float]Whether you mean to or not, travelling is a learning experience. About foreign lands an Posted by askgudmundsen in Southern Africa Road Blog | Nov 18, 2019
  • Dashoguz - Konye-Urgench - DarwazaWith David still being unable to put weight on his leg to walk, we take a serious discussion about the programme this morning; and when Meylis and Artem arrive, we tell them about our suggestion for Plan B: Instead of driving Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 12, 2019
  • Ashgabat and NisaAs he dropped us off at the hotel last night, or rather early this morning, Meylis (our guide for the trip) suggested meeting at 11:00 today, allowing us time to catch up on a little sleep. We are therefore rather Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 7, 2019
  • Arjuna's Penance -MahabalipuramDuring my four month trip in late 2015 to Southern India, I visited the state of Tamil Nadu, here in Mahabalipuram I saw many of the wonderful Monuments there. This one is affectionately known as Arjuna's Penance, and competes with Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | May 23, 2019
  • Thursday is Temple Day ......and Shrine day, stair day & walk 25,000plus steps day. We arrived in Nikko yesterday after our relaxing travel day (be warned there’s another one tomorrow, really I’m just getting you ready for next week when the trips over but Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | May 23, 2019
  • The Big Buddha Today we took a day trip to Nara & crossed off some Unesco sites plus the Big Buddha was on our want to see list. We managed to see 6 out of 8 sites before we ran out of time. Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | May 21, 2019
  • Himeji Today we moved across to Himeji, our main aim to see the castle. You could see the castle as you came in on the train, it’s stunning. Thankfully Himeji is fairly flat, exploring the castle however is not. You have Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | May 15, 2019
  • UNESCO Tour Today we followed the self guided unesco sites tour from the travel information, pretty sure we got full value of our all day bus passes. There were a couple of sites included that weren’t unesco & I think we missed Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | May 12, 2019
  • SlovakiaSlovakia was an interesting and fun experience. I quite honestly didn't have this country on my initial "places to visit list" and I can't really say any of Eastern Europe was on my list, but Slovakia changed my mind. And Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 25, 2019
  • Va- Va Wachau & ViennaFour days on cruise at this point: It was time to slow down the pace. Up I went to the comfy peachy pastel lounge area, aka my temporary living room away from my living room. From there, I watched the Posted by Marinarena in Danube Diary | Mar 13, 2019
  • Whats in a Wat So I am sure many people have heard of Wats, be it Thailand (the land of many Wats), or Cambodia, Burma, Laos or any other Buddhist worshipping countries. Actually “Wat” is the word for a Buddhist temple (= a Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Jan 27, 2019
  • The Sukhothai World Heritage SitesThe 2 Sukhothai Historical Park Complexes in North Central Thailand are still the best kept UNESCO World Heritage Site secrets. [img=https://photos.travellers Posted by Nsevers in On the Road Again | Dec 8, 2018
  • Shore TempleThis is from my journey to India in 2015, and I spent a wonderful time in MAHABALIPURAM . A World UNESCO site that is well worth a visit right as it says on the shore of the Bay of Bengal. Posted by TheJohnsons in India Beautiful India | Nov 22, 2018
  • Mahan Gardens Iran Mahan Gardens Iran Whilst staying in Kerman in Iran in 2012, and about too visit The Arge e Rayen, I first called at the oasis which is the gardens of Mahan. The portal of this Persian garden as a clear structure Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Oct 4, 2018
  • MaltaMalta is an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The two main inhabited Islands are Malta and Gozo. 17000 years ago Malta was connected to mainland Europe. Today it is fifty miles south of Sicily. History includes Phoenician, Roman, Arab, Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Cheap Seats At The Opera | Sep 23, 2018
  • Lake Ohrid and Skopje, Macedonia and Pristina, KosovoLake Ohrid is over three million years old and Ohrid town is one of Europe's oldest settlements Even before we got to Pogdorac, Albania I was worrying about how we would get Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Cheap Seats At The Opera | Sep 24, 2018
  • Skocjan Caves, SloveniaWe left the ship at 11:15, and tendered to shore where we met our guide Merija. She was lovely! She raved about her country- the cleanliness, health and social support systems. I was, of course, most interested in how environmentally Posted by TravelingTulls in TravelingTulls Travels | Jun 4, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-The Plains of Jars The Plain of Jars is a collection of large stone jars interspersed throughout the Xieng Khouang plain in the Lao Highlands. The stone structures are mostly made of sedimentary rock and, ranging from 3 to 10 feet in height (1 Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Mount Phousi- LaosDuring my travels round Laos in 2013 I visited Luang Prabang and visited Mount Phousi and enjoy the stunning views of Laos. I hope you enjoy it too! Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-PersepolisDuring my "Silk Route" journey in 2012 I travelled through Iran and of course the route Alexander the Great took to Persepolis the ancient City of Persia. Now in ruins, this UNESCO World Heritage is one that you really need Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Necropolis at Naqsh e Rustam During 2012 following the Silk Route of Alexander the Great I visited Iran, and persepolis and this great Necropolis; Naqsh-e Rustam where the great kings of Persia, Darius and Exercese and Artaxerxes I Makrocheir, Darius II Nothus. A beautiful landscap Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
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