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Wae Rebo : In Harmony of Nature and Culture

INDONESIA | Mon, 24 Nov 2014 | By sidiqpambudi | Views [6]

Located in the middle of the mountains, Wae Rebo village, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia seems like difficult to reach. The access is only about 7 km long of footpath connecting with the nearest village making this village unique, also the uniqueness ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 travel photography scholarship, culture, my scholarship entry, nature, village

The Bull Fight . Fight for Victory

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Mon, 24 Nov 2014 | By philomena | Views [8]

This is the Bull fight which happens in Fujairah an emirate of the United Arab Emirates. This happens every Friday afternoon and it real entertainment for the local folks and for everyone to watch a traditional sport. This is a fight for around 3 minutes ... Read more >

Tags: arabic, culture, local sport, traditional

Photos: The Bull Fight

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Mon, 24 Nov 2014 | By philomena | Photo Gallery

The Bull fight .. Fighting for Victory
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Tags: arabic, bulls, culture, uae

How Burning Man Prepared Me For Island Life

INDONESIA | Tue, 18 Nov 2014 | By swanoftravel | Views [9]

It’s been a week since I left the comforts of New York City for a new role as backpacker, owning everything I have in a 45 linear inch sack. Truth be told, the lack of clutter in my life is liberating. With the lack of trying to carry everything ... Read more >

Tags: bali, burning man, culture, gili, indonesia, island, life, trawangan, water

"A Gringa Ranga"

CANADA | Thu, 13 Nov 2014 | By bananamariasouthamerica | Views [10]

I've been fiddling about with blog names since I've started this bad boy up, and I think I've finally settled on one that I'll stick with - A Gringa Ranga . Besides the fact that it's a blast to say out loud ( A gring-gah rang-ah , or æ ... Read more >

Tags: chile, culture, ginger, gringa, gringo, patagonia, ranga, south america, torres del paine, travel

Supply Teaching 101

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 11 Nov 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [26]

At long last and far over due, I am writing a post about my recent experiences supply teaching in London. I have been lucky enough to spend time at a variety of lovely primary (aka elementary) schools in North London. Supply teaching in the UK is very ... Read more >

Tags: culture, learning, london, supply teaching, teacher

Wandering and Wondering - 1 Month in India & Nepal

INDIA | Thu, 6 Nov 2014 | By allineedismy2barefeet | Views [19]

Namaste from Kathmandu, the bustling capital city of Nepal!   I recently said goodbye to Hanga after one month travelling together. We had a really great time and I want to thank her for her awesome company. As a solo traveler at heart, ... Read more >

Tags: culture, india, nepal, temples, trekking

"Please Can You Give Discount?" - Traveling India & Nepal

INDIA | Thu, 6 Nov 2014 | By allineedismy2barefeet | Views [19]

Upon arriving in India, I initially wrote that Hanga and I entered the big leagues of backpacking. After one month, our travels have matched the billing and the hype, and far exceeded the ease and comfort of my 10 month trip across Europe, which included ... Read more >

Tags: culture, temples, trekking

Unmask Basque

SPAIN | Tue, 16 Sep 2014 | By adventurechic | Views [99] | Video | Scholarship Entry

Because My heart quickened: When I read about the scholarship 5 weeks ago my heart started beating fast and I couldn’t sleep – it is my absolute focus and passion to become a videojournalist/presenter in the outdoor adventure/travel ... Read more >

Tags: culture, spain

Looking Back at Senegal

SENEGAL | Tue, 1 Jul 2014 | By kakimono | Views [72]

 The saying “it's the journey and not the destination that matters” does not apply to airplane travel.  First of all, airplane trips are all about the destination. You constantly need to present your boarding pass to prove that ... Read more >

Tags: french, airplane, airport, culture, interesting

Looking for Ketut

INDONESIA | Thu, 26 Jun 2014 | By tgw | Views [82]

Don't get me wrong, I love Bali but it really is Australian's second home. Aussies with their sunburned skin covered in ridiculous tan lines, wearing fluro coloured clothes and Bintang singlets; stalk you where ever you go. I even tried escaping to the ... Read more >

Tags: bali, beach, culture, people, seminyak, sunset

Dissonance

SWITZERLAND | Sat, 7 Jun 2014 | By ifonlytheycouldseeit | Views [1119]

Exceptions, peculiarities, curiousness and minorities, everywhere on the globe, are also determinants of social development. These essential elements contribute to the progress of Mankind and to the evolution of our understanding. For years, experts ... Read more >

Tags: culture, development, dissonance, geography, group, harmony, languages, mankind, worldwide

The Ghostly Citadel of Hue

VIETNAM | Sat, 17 May 2014 | By goingsolo | Views [76]

The Citadel in Hue is one of the most beautiful places I have had the opportunity to explore.  It has been ravaged by war, but there has been some effort to restore it to its former glory.  I can't help but observe the contradiction between ... Read more >

Tags: citadel, culture, hue, royalty

60 Seconds in India

INDIA | Thu, 1 May 2014 | By away2travel | Views [72]

A white-bearded sweet old man with a genuine heart An elephant walking down a highway 19 people crammed into a single rickshaw An old man pushing his pedal bike uphill An entire family that thinks a white person is a zoo animal 4 religions living in ... Read more >

Tags: asia, backpacking, budget travel, culture, food, india, people, places, religion, travel

Beauty of the beholder

INDIA | Thu, 24 Apr 2014 | By sophiew | Views [126]

'Come in', she said. Her hands were old and crinkled, the henna sunk deep into the cracks around her nails and the divets of her fingers. I sat down across the table from her and she took my hand in hers, all the while never meeting my eyes. 'What ... Read more >

Tags: culture, food, ganges, india, love, taj mahal, temples

D.C.'s Grand Sake Tasting Event: A Night of Fancy Booze and Great Conversations

USA | Sun, 20 Apr 2014 | By kurenai | Views [113]

April hit me like a brick of rocks and started off quite shaky. Because of that I haven’t been in the best of moods so when I was offered a spot to volunteer at the annual Taste of Japan Grand Sake Tasting event (part of the National Cherry Blossom ... Read more >

Tags: alcohol, culture, japan, sake, shochu, washington d.c.

Maltese Islands

MALTA | Wed, 2 Apr 2014 | By karamella | Views [68]

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Tags: culture, history, island, sea, sun, sunset

Capturing Mardi Gras: On Assignment in New Orleans

USA | Thu, 27 Mar 2014 | By projecttravel | Views [1766] | Comments [3]

World Nomads' Jesse Perez recently went to New Orleans along with the winner of the 2013 Travel Film Scholarship , Andres Brenner, and his mentor, professional filmmaker Brian Rapsey , to capture the thrills and spills of Mardi Gras in New Orleans.... Read more >

Tags: celebrations, culture, film, filmmaking, louisiana, mardi gras, new orleans, southern usa, travel, usa

Bologna

ITALY | Fri, 21 Mar 2014 | By karamella | Views [194]

    Bologna .... As most beautiful cities in Italy, it is full of culture, amazing buildings and great food ... so when my sister suggested we meet in Bologna for the weekend, needless to say .... I started looking for flights straightaway!!! ... Read more >

Tags: bologna, culture, food, friends, italy, travel

Spice Parable

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Fri, 14 Mar 2014 | By spiceparable | Views [999]

Perhaps the best cooking lesson during hotel school, Raja Anna the kitchen assistant, his passion for food and cooking techniques re instilled the love of cooking in me. He is a man of few words, his movements during cooking were calculated, ... Read more >

Tags: chettinad, culinary, culture, india, spice, tamil nadu, tradition, travel


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