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  • Strapping on a pairIt´s 5am and I´m kidding myself into napping on an awkward head rest riding down a bumpy track in the dark and cold....mmmm?? However, a cup of Api (Bolivian hot maize drink with a deep red mystery about it) and Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | May 16, 2012
  • Nicaragua Our first conversation in Nicaragua, with an actual Nico, went something like this: “Hi, where are you from?”, “Portugal – my husband [yeah, me] is from England.”, Posted by andyeverywhere in earthcircuit.org | May 12, 2012
  • our first volcano We leave by bus in the direction of the Tangkubau Perahu, one of the many active volcanoes of Indonesia. We don't do directly to the crater: we first do a hike in the jungle. [img=https: Posted by ortho158 in Ortho's travels | Apr 11, 2012
  • Iceland DW - Iceland is the most diverse and naturally beautiful place we've ever been, and likely we ever will see. Words cannot describe how amazing this place is, but I'm gonna give it a crack anyway... We booked o Posted by Team W in Wombat Tour | Apr 10, 2012
  • ´Mucho mejor perspectivo´ on top of Volcano Villarica6.45am, 1400m half way up a volcano donning a helmet, gaiters and ice pick I watched the firery red glow of dawn tear back the night. It was worth getting up at 5.30 just to witness day breaking over the Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Apr 2, 2012
  • What was the best?Since we have been home, many friends have asked us what was your favorite place, the best place you stayed, had the most fun or where would you stay again. Considering the fact that we had a phenomenal time, met Posted by rhislop in Living the Daily Adventure | Mar 14, 2012
  • Ylang Ylang to Arenal Adios to healthy food, hola big Posted by rhislop in Living the Daily Adventure | Feb 5, 2012
  • Three pair This will be the third attempt at this posting. First one I deleted by mistake, second one we had a power surge and everything crashed. Saturday was a great da Posted by rhislop in Living the Daily Adventure | Jan 16, 2012
  • ¨El Potito¨ A La VolcanoI learned a new word. El Potito. A Chilean endearing name for the butt. A timely lesson, as it turned out. I was back in the south of Chile, in the town Pucon, rightfully considered the capital of Posted by Ritka2 in Tasting The Dream | Jan 8, 2012
  • Climbing Volcano Maderas in NicaraguaAfter spending New Years day in San Juan del Sur we could not wait to get out and see the rest of Nicaragua. We have heard so much about this country and how it's the great undiscovered travel destination of Posted by dariusz in Indulging the Wanderlust | Jan 8, 2012
  • Pacaya - Climbing the active volcano near Antigua GuatemalaToday we climbed an active Volcano which apparently erupted just this past May. You can still see the burned out corn fields and vegetation in the video and pictures. If I sound winded in the video its only because I Posted by dariusz in Indulging the Wanderlust | Dec 23, 2011
  • Carrr-tagena Since Friday we have been wandering the streets of the old walled city of Cartagena de las Indias on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. It's truly an inspiring example of colonial architect Posted by kevindhodges in Blissfully Wanderlost | Nov 29, 2011
  • Riding an Equine.This holiday wasn’t originally about facing my fears but it has turned out to be quite an adventure. So after my marine encounter I was feeling that maybe this animal thing isn’t so bad. I mean sausage dogs are funny. Posted by The Tipsy Gipsy in The Tipsy Gipsy | Nov 3, 2011
  • Descending into Indonesia's Blue FireDeep in the volcano's spiny caldera, blue flames flared like primordial ether at creation's dawn. Stars shimmered overhead, teasing the night's inky blackness, only to be obscured as clouds of sulfurous gas poured from fissures in the crater floor. Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Oct 26, 2011
  • Hawaii ports of callOur first port of call was Hilo where we had booked a bike trip with the ship. Doug did't feel well and they refunded his money in a heart beat and the rest of us set off. We rode by Posted by Mari Anne in Rhapsody of the Seas and Hawaii | Sep 22, 2011
  • Uyuni, BoliviaHere finally!! Arrived about 4:00pmish, found a hostel for the night, then headed out to choose which Salt flat tour took our fancy. Unfortunatley all the three day tours were out of the question due to heavy snowfall over most Posted by Big Adventure in Phil & Nic's big adventure | Jul 31, 2011
  • Bizarre wildlife and fantastic snorkelling - where?The Galapagos. Research beforehand inferred that your expectations heavily affect your experience of the islands and I’m inclined to agree. It’s no safari with big cats and other large mammals but there are some uniquely quirky creatures, stunning beaches Posted by ew5827 in From Mexico to who knows where | Jul 27, 2011
  • Mud bathSouth America here we are! I slept for most of the flight from Panama. I sat down in my seat and was out within minutes. I woke up some time later with a searing pain in my ear and looked Posted by ew5827 in From Mexico to who knows where | May 13, 2011
  • New Beginnings in New ZealandA new day, a new country, New Zealand as it happens... On the generally event free flight from Santiago to Auckland we were sat beside a really nice couple, Nick and Jessica from Belfast. As they had been on a Posted by kelandstu in School Bell Silenced | Apr 21, 2011
  • Rangitoto IslandAfter nearly missing the ferry (the bus was late) we arrived on Rangitoto Island around 11ish and started our ascent to the summit. It was a very hot day but otherwise the walk was very pleasant. Along the way there Posted by Fiona7 in Kia Ora from Kiwiland | Apr 15, 2011
  • Sunny San Juan del Sur and Obscure OmetepeFrom Granada we journeyed to San Jan del Sur –a long stretch of beach on the southern pacific coast of Nicaragua. We ended up staying in a cheap hotel the first night, which was likely the worst accommodation we Posted by A-Team in A-Team Adventures | Apr 5, 2011
  • Aventura de volcan ArenalEarly in the morning I awoke to the majestic view of the active volcano, Arenal seen from my hotel room window at [[http://c Posted by jodiincostarica in Adventure in Central America | Mar 21, 2011
  • Lounging at Lago de AtitlanThe travel day from the remote Semuc Champey back to Antigua equalled the discomfort of the trip to get there; though, knowing the trip had been well worth while, the seven hour ride seemed more managable on the return journey. Posted by A-Team in A-Team Adventures | Feb 15, 2011
  • Pacaya's Peak, Chaos of Chichi and Serenity in Semuc ChampeyAfter our Spanish school ended in Antigua, we had the weekend to see some of the sights in the area. On Saturday we signed up for the hike up the volcano Pacaya, about a two-hour drive out of Antigua. Posted by A-Team in A-Team Adventures | Feb 11, 2011
  • Mt Bromo, JavaWednesday - 8am pick up in minivan to transport us and luggage to Probalingo, a town hub for trips up Mt Bromo volcano. We arrived at Probalingo at 4pm, changed to a different minivan to be taken up the mountains Posted by RosiePony in Rosie Pony Adventures | Nov 24, 2010
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