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1 off the Bucket List of Travel: Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Thu, 31 Jul 2014 | By carolepng | Views [5]

Even today 2 weeks later, I still can not believe that I have travelled to the other side of the world from where I am typing from.  I never thought I'd ever see the other side, let alone a continent that is so close to heart as it is also known ... Read more >

Tags: africa, fin4ag14, kenya, matatu, transit

Bachhaus Museum Eisenach

GERMANY | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [10]

This museum is set up in the house where Bach lived until he was 10 when his parents died in quick succession, and he went to live with his father's identical twin brother's family in Ohrdruf. We saw the tiny rooms and kitchen with furniture from the ... Read more >

The Wartburg, Eisenach

GERMANY | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [10]

Built in 1067 high in the wooded mountains of the Thuringian forest this fortress was the seat of counts, a mecca for poets and minnesingers, it became the setting for the life and work of St Elizabeth with the poor and sick, then sheltered Martin Luther ... Read more >

Cultural and Berber Villages Tour

MOROCCO | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By greatmorocco | Views [9]

W e are fully certified Atlas mountain guides based in Morocco in the High Atlas and the nearby city of Marrakech.We have over than 12 years experience in this field ,and we have worked with thousands of visitors from all over the world, speaking many ... Read more >

Tags: desert expeditions, imlil valley, marrakech, mountain toubkal climb, things to do from marrakech, toubkal ascent


MOROCCO | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By paleomoroccotours | Views [11]

Day 1: Fez – Ifrane – Midelt- Erfoud-Rissani-Merzouga From your hotel/riad in Fez we will drive to Merzouga and pass over the Middle Atlas Mountains where you can savor the beauty of the aromatic cedar forest and fertile green valleys.... Read more >

Tags: contact; us

Palau National Swimming Team

PALAU | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By lesleyvick | Views [7]

The Palau team just returned from the Micronesia Games in Pohnpei.  And what results!  11 National records broken and 16 Medals.  That is pretty amazing for a team of teenagers and under who have only had a serious coach for a few months.... Read more >

Was it a dream?

GERMANY | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [18]

An attic suite in the Hotel Haus Hainstein above mountain forests looking across the valley and up to a Medieval fortress and palace beautifully illuminated as dusk descended.   Awakening at first light, no castle - then was it a dream? Ah ... Read more >

Day 62 - Caye Caulker

BELIZE | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By kikkijayne | Views [14]

Left Hopkins before 7am and had pretty smooth bus connections through to Belize City via Dangriga. I was sad to leave my fabulous friends from the night before but had to get to the Caye ready to enrol for my dive course starting Tuesday. Met a lovely ... Read more >

Day 61 - Hopkins

BELIZE | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By kikkijayne | Views [12]

A lazy morning that comprised of a swim before breakfast & hammock time though to lunch. Estelle & I just hung out by the beach with our dog friend, planning out a treasure hunt for her boyfriend in Mexico she was heading back to surprise.... Read more >

Day 60 - Hopkins

BELIZE | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By kikkijayne | Views [13]

I set out early to check out the beach & the town. It was already so hot and sticky. Basically Hopkins is a couple of stretches of sand road that lead north & south with shack style houses, tiendas & guesthouse dotted throughout. The ... Read more >

Day 59 - Hopkins

BELIZE | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By kikkijayne | Views [12]

Epic day of transit. Left Guatemala at 5am in a shuttle headed across the border to Belize city. Ideally I would have been able to get out in Belmopan rather than Belize city but I knew I would have no such luck :( That said, after a smooth border ... Read more >

Photos: Belize

BELIZE | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By kikkijayne | Photo Gallery

The Carribean Coast & Cayes
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On My Own

MOROCCO | Wed, 30 Jul 2014 | By kakimono | Views [18]

I still had some last-minute shopping I needed to do. At this point, it was only a couple specific things that didn't match the couple of specific things that other people needed. So I decided to test myself and go shopping in the Mdina alone. The ... Read more >

Tags: fish, shopping, spices, wandering

Digitales Nomadentum: Fernweh und Arbeit sind vereinbar

BRAZIL | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By franzik | Views [14]

Digitale Nomaden: Sie reisen mit ihrem Laptop um die Welt und arbeiten an den Orten, an denen sie sich wohl fühlen und die meisten anderen Menschen nur ihren Urlaub verbringen dürfen. Entsprechend ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass die Zahl ... Read more >

Tags: digitale nomaden, ortsunabhängiges arbeiten

Matsumoto Taito Drumming Festival

JAPAN | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By clare-tamea | Views [15]

Mid July to end of August is one of Japan's main festival seasons. In Matsumoto, we went to a big Taito drumming festival. Bands from around the country came to perform against the backdrop of the magnificent sixteenth century black and white wooden ... Read more >

Japanese contrasts - ancient and modern

JAPAN | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By clare-tamea | Views [19]

Japan seems full of contrasts between the old and the new: Neon-lit skyscrapers next to ancient shrines; Pachinko (pinball) machines by old tea houses; Ladies wearing the latest fashions from Paris in the same street as ladies wearing elegant kimonos ... Read more >

Japanese Food

JAPAN | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By clare-tamea | Views [16]

Japanese food is the stuff of Michelin stars and the dreams of Master Chef contestants. The presentation is immaculate - colourful, dainty, served in delicate little dishes and plates. The taste is wonderful - full of contrasting flavours and textures, ... Read more >

Our introduction to Japan

JAPAN | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By clare-tamea | Views [19]

Having initially been a bit nervous about going to Japan, as neither of us can speak or read Japanese, our introduction to Japan has been really heartwarming.    The politeness and friendliness of the Japanese people and their kindness ... Read more >

Photos: Sixth leg - Japan

JAPAN | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By clare-tamea | Photo Gallery

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Museum of Musical Instruments Göttingen

GERMANY | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [21]

Viewable only on a Sunday, this exhibition has the oldest recorder in the world, dug out of a cesspit under the Rathaus. Wood has been dated from c1400. A really eclectic collection with many (rather poor) modern reproductions, a few interesting renaissance ... Read more >

Bach on the organ at church of St Jacobi Göttingen

GERMANY | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [19]

And singing Lutheran hymns was a treat at the Sunday service.

Luke ge Remus left the true blood, because they refuse to play gay?

ANDORRA | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By truebloodseason6dvd | Views [13]

USA today, July 24, Luke ge Remus had play hit TV drama " true blood season 6 DVD ," the vampire James, but Luke in the seventh season the former claimed that exit the show's final season started filming, public speculation about whether this is due ... Read more >

Honeymoon in Germany 45 yrs later

GERMANY | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [21]

Wonderful to be back in Germany!

Frankfurt Airport?

GERMANY | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [16]

Did we miss something? 

A surreal journey

ITALY | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 | By joanimil | Views [19]

Argegno to Bergamo


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