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Running out of time

FRANCE | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By imaoptimist | Views [2]

Strange that when you go on holiday,  sometimes even 2 weeks is too long, now it's only 3 weeks left. September weather has is a way been better than August, able to top up my tan in the past week, but nights are now cold, and its back to the duvet.... Read more >

Deserts & Desserts- The Islamic Republic of Iran

IRAN | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By piratepete | Views [39]

It was around 8pm when we got off the bus in Khoor, a small town a few hours north of Yazd- the desert city in Central Iran with an old city centre still made of mud bricks. From there we were met by a taxi driver from the tiny oasis town (max population ... Read more >

Tags: desert, iran, islamic

About Leaving Home, September 30, 2014

USA | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By grace2014 | Views [14]

Of course I am excited about my trip to Southern Africa with Lisa.  I fly down to Baltimore very early on Thursday and meet Lisa at her place for a day or two. We leave from Washington, DC on Sat. Oct. 4th for Johannesburg and we'll be gone for ... Read more >

Chengdu

CHINA | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By adaptive | Views [54] | Comments [1]

OK, several times I've tried to write about how awesome Xi'An was with the terracotta warriors and all. But I will just move on...   I'm in Chengdu and I saw pandas today! They have a superior zoo for them I was really impressed. However I ... Read more >

Tags: awesome bathroom, kitten, pandas

Hiking Spain: Awesome Picos!!

SPAIN | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By adventurechic | Views [23]

"One small step for man..."  Oh yes  - the Picos de Europa National Park was like a moonscape complete with lunar-module-esque refuge hut! How: Caught a train to San Sebastian hired a car and drove to Potes.  Lots of accom out of season ... Read more >

Tags: bushwalking, hiking, picos, spain, trekking, walking

Photos: Lima Redux

PERU | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By 7dayadventurer | Photo Gallery


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A Last Languid Look at Lima: Indian Markets, Chifas and Catacombs

PERU | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By 7dayadventurer | Views [37]

The tour bus took us out in the direction of the city, but we had gone scarcely any distance at all, still in Miraflores, we come to our first stop and first highlight. Huaca Pucllana is Lima's most famous archaeological site, containing a large adobe ... Read more >

The Three Pagodas & ChongSheng Temple - Dali Ancient City-Yunnan

CHINA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By paulinemendes | Views [41]

Our day began with a Chinese tea ceremony performed by a proprietor in one of the specialty Tea shops selling fine tea in incongrous shapes and sizes. Prices ranged from $15 to over $200 a kg. Our Master of the tea ceremony surprised us by initially ... Read more >

Cambodia - Day 3-4

CAMBODIA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By changstein | Views [11]

Cambodian BBQ.  Similar to Korean, but the grill is surrounded with vegetables and water that becomes a delicious soup with all the meat being grilled. We've got 7 kinds of meat here, chicken, pork, beef, kangaroo, squid, crocodile and fish. ... Read more >

Tags: cambodia

Cambodia - Day 3-3

CAMBODIA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By changstein | Views [10]

Pub street in Siem Reap. Literally every place is a bar, restaurant, massage parlour, or some combination of all three. Don't assume that pub street during the day is the same at night. Once the sun goes down the street transforms into a plethora ... Read more >

Tags: cambodia

My new home?

CZECH REPUBLIC | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By markoffdamap | Views [33]

  Prague is the most beautiful city I've ever been to. Simple as that. It's unbelievably picturesque. Every way you turn, there's a photo opportunity. It's hard to put away the camera and soak up the city. The temptation to try to capture everything ... Read more >

Tags: charles bridge, prague, sunrise

A nice day trip to Wai Lingding Island

CHINA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By fanffangrace | Views [43]

Wai Lingding is an island town under the jurisdiction of the east district of Zhuhai City   affordable China tours , some 27.5 sea miles away from Macau and the urban area of Zhuhai to the west, about 35 sea miles from Shenzhen to the north, ... Read more >

Cambodia - Day 3-2

CAMBODIA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By changstein | Views [6]

If you get to chance to try Khmer food, I highly recommend it. Must cheaper than western food, and much more filling. This is Amok, a curry dish with meat and vegetables served in a coconut along with rice.

Tags: cambodia

Cambodia - Day 3-1

CAMBODIA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By changstein | Views [6]

Ankor Thom area, another temple site. Don't underestimate how large these temples are. Bring lots of water, sunscreen and food. Otherwise be prepared to have to bargain hard with the vendors to get a half decent price.

Tags: cambodia

Cambodia - Day 3

CAMBODIA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By changstein | Views [7]

Ankor Wat. Pictures and words do not fully explain how big these temples truly are. If you come to Asia, do not miss this experience. Also, if one vendor offers you 10 postcards for $1, and another offers you 1 postcard for $1 and you get 9 ... Read more >

Tags: cambodia

A Roof With a View

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [29]

The 360 degree view of the skyline of London at sunset was absolutely free. Lights twinkled, the cool crisp air tickled my skin, and my breath fogged slightly in the air, just enough to give the deep resonating sense that fall had arrived. ... Read more >

Tags: clf art cafe, date night, london, romance, roof, rooftop film club, sunset, view

Pain Fuels Life

POLAND | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [22]

When we first began planning our trip to Poland, most advice came in two categories. Both residents and travelers alike either recommended Warsaw or Krakow as the best city. Warsaw fans claimed Krakow was dull and touristy, while Krakow lovers were convinced ... Read more >

Tags: heartbreak, leaving, life, pain, poland, poznan

Minor Miners

POLAND | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [26]

We were heeded not to wander off on our own, as we would quickly become lost and die. Briefed on how to use our carbon monoxide absorbers in case of a fire in the mine, we were also informed if there was an emergency, our absorbers would last ... Read more >

Tags: dark, miners, mines, poland, salt, tunnels

Onward to Dali (Old City) - Yunnan Province

CHINA | Tue, 30 Sep 2014 | By paulinemendes | Views [68]

An early start today to catch the train from Kunming station to Dali Old City. Success!! We made it despite having little idea where to alight off the bus, which platform to head for and when to get off the train. Thank goodness for helpful locals who ... Read more >

Tags: mandarin teacher

Photos: Kyoto

JAPAN | Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By kiwiaoraki | Photo Gallery


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Travel Guide - Tangjiahe National Nature Reserve of Chongqing

CHINA | Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By fanffangrace | Views [57]

Tangjiahe Nature Reserve is located in Qingyuan County of Chongqing City (starting point of Yangtze River tour). Apart from the picturesque landscape, Tangjiahe also boasts many beautiful mythical tales and the realistic natural scenery, which is indeed ... Read more >

Vietnam - Hue

VIETNAM | Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By megandrob | Views [26]

We arrived in Hue at around 4pm on Saturday, and headed off to our hostel. We got showered, and headed out for a couple of drinks at a bar, called Brown Eyes (Robin was giggling), near our hostel. They had the friendliest bar staff I have ever met, ... Read more >

Tags: citadel, coffee, hue, market, tombs, vietnam

In Transit

FINLAND | Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By markoffdamap | Views [27]

  This story is slightkly out of date, since I've been in Prague for just over 20 hours, but since the stories of getting from one place to another are always entertaining, it's worth including this. Oh, and it was written in situ , so not a ... Read more >

Tags: airport, finland, hell, helsinki, tranist

Photos: Perth to Melbourne

AUSTRALIA | Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By thomasz | Photo Gallery

07/08/2014 - 08/09/2014
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Buenos Aires

ARGENTINA | Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By kathygepp | Views [26]

Darrell & I left Adelaide on Friday 26th September at 12.25 and flew to Sydney. On arrival we walked to where we were told we could catch the shuttle to the Mecure Hotel.  There were many shuttle buses coming and going and no signs on any that ... Read more >

 

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