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A Quick Guide to a Weekend’s Break in Glasgow

UNITED KINGDOM | Thu, 20 Jul 2017 | By chrissilb | Views [613]

A Quick Guide for a Weekend’s Break in Glasgow Whether you’re visiting Glasgow for some serious shopping, a stopover to the highlands or an enjoyable weekend getaway, the charming city is not short of things to do and see for the perfect ... Read more >

Tags: city, glasgow, shopping

Spain - The People

SPAIN | Thu, 22 Jun 2017 | By guild_family_of_3 | Views [702]

The People We Met We had plenty of neighbors in Vera, but we only ever met one of our neighbors in our own apartment building (not counting the occasional “Hola” as you pass by in the halls). He was an older gentleman named Carlo who lived ... Read more >

Tags: people, shopping, vera, vera playa

Hollywood Tips

USA | Wed, 9 Nov 2016 | By lilydecker | Views [233]

I am sure by the bleak title I used you are more than likely thinking that this journal entry is about the popular Hollywood located in Los Angeles, California. Thankfully, it is not about a place everyone has heard about. This journal entry is about ... Read more >

Tags: beach, margaritaville, shopping, stores, sunshine, traffic

Vibhuti - Cow Dung Initiation

INDIA | Fri, 5 Aug 2016 | By butterfly-freed | Views [582]

The time has come to step outside of what feels comfortable. Life in the retreat is a very sanitised version of what lies outside, but we're pretty comfortable with that. However, We came to see India and are not going to do that unless we get the local ... Read more >

Tags: ashrams, cow dung, initiation, masala chai, retreat, shopping, templesl

Welcome to Marrakech, the Red City of European, African and Arabic Roots

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Tue, 21 Jun 2016 | By zeetravels | Views [265]

If you put aside the throngs of tourists with their selfie sticks in the old district of Marrakech, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’ve travelled back in time. Old men in their traditional garbs, women sporting Berber-inspired jewellery ... Read more >

Tags: africa, holiday, markets, marrakech, morocco, riad, shopping

Sydney by Private Jet - My Best Trip Ever

AUSTRALIA | Mon, 23 May 2016 | By missanny | Views [384]

When my boss first told me that the marketers in our department would be meeting with others from all over the continent for a business trip, I was excited, I had never been on a business trip before! But then I found out that we were going to travel ... Read more >

Tags: airport, australia, food, shopping, stories, story, sydney, transport, travel, travel tips

Pens vs. Clothes: which is really more necessary?

JAPAN | Sat, 6 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [187]

Saturday, I caught a train to Umeda for lunch and some probably-needed clothes shopping. Even though I could have sworn I'd exited the train part the same way I had last week, I emerged somewhere completely different. Which kind of ruined my plan of ... Read more >

Tags: clothes, food, pens, shopping

Not Facing Mount Kanchenjunga

INDIA | Wed, 23 Dec 2015 | By davidford | Views [227]

Today I asked Kamal, the caretaker at Deki Lodge, where Mount Kanchenjunga lay. Not to my surprise he pointed behind me. So it seems that, unlike the title of one of Sangharakshita's memoirs, I am backing on to Mount Kanchenjunga of which I have only ... Read more >

Tags: resting, rupas, shopping

Between France and Germany

AUSTRIA | Mon, 30 Nov 2015 | By kakimono | Views [319]

I'd booked my flight to Vienna knowing that a 7:10 flight would involve leaving my apartment extremely early. I hadn't known what would happen one week before I left. So I was waking up Saturday before I'd gone to sleep the week before. It had been ... Read more >

Tags: christkindlmarkt, shopping, tourism, vienna

Mondays, Mondays

FRANCE | Thu, 17 Sep 2015 | By kakimono | Views [249]

Since I’d designed my schedule to not have classes on Monday, I didn’t have anything I needed to do when I woke up in my own apartment the next morning. So I decided to finally get around to something I’d been meaning to do for a while:... Read more >

Tags: artichokes, cooking, food, kitchen, shopping

A Saturday to call my own

FRANCE | Wed, 9 Sep 2015 | By kakimono | Views [243]

There was absolutely nothing I had to do on Saturday. No group activities or meetings with my landlady. No apartments to visit or courses to register for. Not even any homework, since the course with Christine had ended and the regular university classes ... Read more >

Tags: books, free time, shopping, tea

10 Things To Buy In Chatuchak Market, Bangkok, Thailand

INDIA | Mon, 7 Sep 2015 | By aparna | Views [16335]

Chatuchak is one monster of a market - if you can dream it,  you can find it in Chatuchak. Impressively segregated on product lines, the weekend market is frequented by millions of people on any given weekend. Initially popular amongst wholesalers ... Read more >

Tags: bangkok, chatuchak market, shopping, summer trip, thailand

Langkawi- Day 1- 4

MALAYSIA | Thu, 21 May 2015 | By emiliepb | Views [214]

So now we are in Malaysia! Journey to Langkawi was pretty easy, our first Asian ferry replacing our usual longtail boat. We spent 4 nights in Langkawi at Rainbow Lodge on the main tourist strip Pantai Cenang. Although Langkawi is touristy ... Read more >

Tags: island, langkawi, seven pools, shopping

15th Day in China: Bad Air, Good Day

CHINA | Mon, 20 Apr 2015 | By chinaho | Views [211]

The day begins with the bad air headache, windows closed, yet a good sleep. It is obvious that people here have accommodated the shifting quality of the air they breathe, just as they accommodate the smell of sewage, the new towering buildings and disintegrating ... Read more >

Tags: air quality, asian mind, decrepit but good, eating out, generosity, local culture, shopping, vegetarian with pork

The Art of the Sale

INDIA | Wed, 15 Apr 2015 | By lucitravels | Views [235]

There is a dance in India that is done in shops every single day. It’s the perpetual dance between the seller and the buyer, otherwise known as the ever-frustrating barter. India, I’m on to you. Being a white, American shopper in this ... Read more >

Tags: barter, clothing, india, leather goods, money, rajasthan, rupees, shopkeeper, shopping, udaipur


ITALY | Sat, 4 Apr 2015 | By bfarnell5 | Views [132]

Tags: boats, castle, sea, shopping, sun


SPAIN | Wed, 1 Apr 2015 | By bfarnell5 | Views [163]

Tags: landmarks, sea, shopping, site seeing, sun

Singapore: A Vacation from My Vacation.

SINGAPORE | Mon, 16 Mar 2015 | By wtarmstrong | Views [310]

I’d love to tell you many interesting facts and anecdotes about Singapore, but I can’t. The stop in Singapore was not about Singapore, per se. It was about a break from Southeast Asian grit. Laundry. Shopping. Photo editing. Writing. Travel ... Read more >

Tags: efficient, food, iphone, laundry, modern, police, shopping, singapore

A day that epitomises why I travel.

TURKEY | Tue, 17 Feb 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [505] | Comments [1]

Judging Istabul by Istiklal street is like going to the Taj Mahal and judging it by the garden out the front. I may have been a bit too premature with my praise for Istanbul, literally, but after a couple of days in Sultanahment, I don't think my approbation ... Read more >

Tags: istanbul, lost, mosque, shopping


USA | Sat, 15 Nov 2014 | By bfarnell5 | Views [137]

Tags: one tree hill, shopping, site seeing

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