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  • Chile - last day in Santiago17th Feb Santiago LA MONEDA AND PLAZA Our last day in Santiago and our last chance to watch the guard changing ceremony. Having taken the metro we arrived in good time, although there were already quite a few people Posted by PetersF in Chile | Mar 28, 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
  • Cruise Day 1 - Chalon-sur-SaôneOur boat docked on November 2 at the first of many attractive French towns, Chalon-sur-Saône. It was home to Nicéphore Niépce, whom France claims to have invented photography, and features a museum and statue in dedication to him. I took Posted by Lisa Hills in Déchaîné en France | Nov 5, 2019
  • Castle in a Vineyard I have been reminiscing about the many castles I have had the opportunity to visit in my travels. I have seen large castles on hillsides, historic castles w Posted by littlesam1 in Traveling Sam | Jul 11, 2019
  • To and fro Road Trip from Pune to GujaratGujarat is the sixth largest state of India. It is birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and is famous for one of the only kind’s in India – The White Desert. Gujarat tourism organizes an Rann Utsav (Rann means desert in Posted by Chandra Shekhar in Road Trip to Gujarat | May 19, 2019
  • WAIHEKE ISLAND Today was simply gorgeous with blue sunny skies. Although much better than yesterday, the temperatures are certainly cooler than I expected and I probably un Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | May 21, 2017
  • Santiago and Valparaiso Our guide and driver fetched us this morning for a drive around Santiago and dropping off downtown to wander the streets and look at the buildings and such. Posted by carpefeline in Moais and Other Awesome Things | Apr 12, 2017
  • Australia: Great Ocean Road and AdelaideOn the morning of Wednesday 15th June, Claire dropped us off at Melbourne's Tullamarine airport and there we met Julika - our own personal driver for the next 2 days. We found an advert Julika had put on gumtree looking Posted by advensha in Advensha | Jul 7, 2016
  • Day 15I finally relented yesterday and bought myself a puffer jacket, expecting a cold wind at least on the tour in Chianti. And I have never been so happy to be so wrong! To be fair, I did wear it to Posted by judesbucketlist in Florence 2015 | Oct 24, 2015
  • Moving on to the Abel Tasman I had enjoyed Picton so much that I didn't particularly relish leaving, but leave we must. We packed up our things (again) and left them in the apartment while we went to collect our hir Posted by Gill's Travels in Round the World in 140 days | Oct 22, 2015
  • Bordeaux or BustAn early day and a sad day as we bid our friends adieu. Jan and Dave are heading to Paris, while we have one more day here before heading to the Loire Valley. We're starting the morning with a drive Posted by Herk58 in Retirement Trip To France | May 31, 2014
  • OMG IT'S HOT IN HERE! And so we leave Provence behind and head for Beaune. We didn't leave until midday wanting to soak up each and every possible ray from that big yellow thing in the sky. Dear Reader...if yo Posted by haveyoubeenyet in Have You Been Yet? by Pam Fisher | Jun 24, 2013
  • Blenheim to Kaikoura and Arthur's Pass - Day 72 We have a really tight schedule for the South Island in order to fit in everything we want to see so we hit the road early this morning to head to Kaikoura, as we've read there are sea lions and Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Apr 4, 2013
  • Double-Dating, the other kindTwo nights ago, after working at Refuge until 6 AM and sleeping in past noon, Zac and I awoke to something we thought we had lost: a day off. We began by sitting on the couch, drinking obscene amounts of Posted by Further in Dont know where, Dont know how | Sep 25, 2012
  • Something For Every Pallete After our whirlwind tour of the famous Mendoza wine region, we decided to spend a more indulgent three days in the small, laid-back town of Cafayate in Northern Argentina. This endearing wine town lies in the Valles Calchaquies, a region Posted by tlbaker in Baker's Breadcrumbs | Apr 7, 2011
  • Hunter valleyLe 2e Jour on est arrivés dans la Hunter Valley où l'on ne peut compter le nombre de vignobles sur les doigts et orteils de 10 personnes, on a fait dodo dans une auberge de jeunesse (Hunter valley YHA) c'était Posted by JiLoMe in Chez les Kangourous... | Sep 28, 2010

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