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Brussels, Belgium

USA | Thu, 16 Nov 2017 | By bombardo-family | Views [548]

We were worn out when we arrived in Brussels.  We really did a lot of walking in London.  When we got off the train and I announced to the girls we only have a 1.4 km walk with our backpacks I thought we had a munity on our hands.  When ... Read more >

Tags: beer, brussels, chocolate, manneken pis, waffles, world nomads

5 Tips for Aussies to Survive and Thrive at Oktoberfest

AUSTRALIA | Fri, 16 Sep 2016 | By jrs31490 | Views [1137]

At this year’s Oktoberfest, 6 million people are expected to celebrate the largest beer festival in the world between 17 September and 3 October, 2016. 20,000 of those revelers are Australians that will be descending upon Munich, Germany; and even ... Read more >

Tags: australians, australians in europe, beer, europe, europe travel, germany, oktoberfest, tips, travel, travel tips

This Seems Like It Should Explain Something

JAPAN | Fri, 11 Mar 2016 | By kakimono | Views [585]

On Wednesday, I was exposed to several small but very odd things about Japanese culture. First of all, we were practicing new kanji. One of those kanji was the character for rice, which, for whatever reason, is also the character for America. So ... Read more >

Tags: beer, chocolate, coffee, commercialism, culture, wedding

Beer and Buildings (the title sounds better in Japanese)

JAPAN | Sun, 14 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [546]

At noon, my building headed over to Aikawa for an event with the Ariyama-sans. In this case, the only Ariyama-san present was the son, and, after checking to make sure everyone was present, or at least accounted for, and making a few announcements, ... Read more >

Tags: beer, buildings, food, houses, okonomiyaki

Amazing wine and cheese/meat bar in Salta.. Oh and a rainbow rock

ARGENTINA | Fri, 11 Sep 2015 | By sheree | Views [713]

We caught a 10 hour day bus from San Pedro, Chile to Salta in Argentina. Border crossings are just a bit of a hassle more than anything these days but with the Argentinian visa we had to purchase online it actually made the border crossing fairly smooth, ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, beer, cheese, meat, rainbow rock. mountains, salta, wine

Czeching out Prague

CZECH REPUBLIC | Mon, 29 Jun 2015 | By dohnster | Views [520]

Guys, maybe I shouldn't go to Greece now. Have you been reading the news? They're about to go bankrupt, and the banks will be closed all week, with deposits being limited to 60 Euros per day. Yikes! I could still make it work on a tight budget, but on ... Read more >

Tags: beer, castle, charles bridge, gardens, john lennon wall, prague, walking tour

That fuzzy weekend in Galway...

IRELAND | Sun, 14 Jun 2015 | By dohnster | Views [625]

Hello everyone! This is my first official travel blog post, and I am so excited to share my adventures across Europe (and who knows where else) with you.  Last weekend, I met up with some old Boston pals as a type of "reunion" in Galway, Ireland.... Read more >

Tags: beer, cliffs, ireland, river, temple bar

Unforgettable Amsterdam

NETHERLANDS | Wed, 20 May 2015 | By mareikestravel | Views [1226]

Famous for the Max Bygraves hit song “ Tulips from Amsterdam ,” the capital of the Netherlands may well be, but there are so many more reasons why it is an ideal place to take a holiday in Holland. You are spoiled for choice when ... Read more >

Tags: amsterdam, beer, coffeeshops, festivals, holland, museums, netherlands, sail

Belgian Snuffles

BELGIUM | Wed, 6 May 2015 | By the_life_of_lady_laura | Views [654]

One thing that England does well is public holidays. May is particularly fortuitous with May Day the first Monday of the month and Spring Bank holiday the last Monday of the month. Needless to say, we had spotted these dates way back in January and decided ... Read more >

Tags: antwerp, beer, belgium, brussels, buskers, chocolate, croissants, eurostar, moules, mussels

Mexico - Day 1 - Esta donde bano el?

MEXICO | Wed, 4 Mar 2015 | By rheamihir | Views [756]

It takes a while to get to know a place and it’s people, and for us, that’s pretty much what the first day was about. We walked around the city of SLP taking in the buildings, the people, the smells and the mood. We watched as local schools ... Read more >

Tags: beer, dance, food, india, mexican, mexico, on the road, san luis potosi, travel

Pounding plenty of Spanish pavements.

SPAIN | Wed, 25 Feb 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [974] | Comments [1]

Something itched under my armpit. Before I knew it, there was a strange sensation of moisture on my skin. It was sweat, something my body had forgotten how to do. It's not like I had returned to Broome where sweating is as normal, and as necessary as ... Read more >

Tags: barcelona, beer, churches, heat, markets, parades, spain

So happy to just sit, drink and write.

THAILAND | Thu, 22 Jan 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [683] | Comments [2]

It's day three in Bangkok and I must confess that this journal is happening largely due to my love of writing more than anything else. I haven't done anything worthy of a journal in itself, but there is always plenty to write about in a place like Bangkok.... Read more >

Tags: beer, driving, friends, roads, travelers


GERMANY | Sat, 20 Sep 2014 | By schmodude | Views [507]

We woke up for some breakfast and headed off towards the festival grounds. At the train station we meet a few more people staying at our campsite and went with them around the festival. It was a little late by the time we arrived (10:00) to get a spot ... Read more >

Tags: beer, beer tents, germans, germany, munich, oktoberfest, polka, stick fish

Day 3 Prague

CZECH REPUBLIC | Mon, 7 Jul 2014 | By teflprague | Views [347]

     Well, I've had less time to write then I thought. I arrived on Sunday morning. Unfortunaly after very long uncomfortable flights, I spent a lot of time sleeping. Classes began on Monday. We started with an intro and breiff overview ... Read more >

Tags: arrival, beer, castle, charles bridge, early days, food, metro, prague, subway, travel

Budapest, rough start turns into a crazy fun adventure.

USA | Tue, 17 Jun 2014 | By bluegirl | Views [985]

I arrived in Budapest in the early evening to find my hotel, wasn't a real place and the contact person was, to put it kindly, not a real gentleman.  I did find a real hotel to stay at pretty quickly since my first destination was on a well traveled ... Read more >

Tags: beer, budapest, cheap, dancing, solo travel, wwii


CZECH REPUBLIC | Wed, 16 Oct 2013 | By bondvoyager | Views [662]

Prague, Czech Republic. I’ve lost count of my days wandering in and out of new cities.  I've not obtained sleep very often because of the insistent nature inside of me that screams, “DO NOT WASTE TIME.” I found myself in ... Read more >

Tags: alone, beer, goulash, heaven, hell, on the road, pub, travel, traveler

The first three days

UGANDA | Sun, 16 Jun 2013 | By emilycarp | Views [621] | Comments [1]

Ugandan Adventure: June 13-17   Day 1: Wednesday 13th June 2013   Arrival in Entebbe Arrived in Entebbe after two flights, from Manchester and then from Doha. At the gate in Manchester I met Natalie, who had messaged me on Facebook ... Read more >

Tags: bar, beer, bus, club, hostel, travelling

Feeling Manly in Sydney

AUSTRALIA | Thu, 28 Mar 2013 | By paul_meet_world | Views [611]

Feeling very manly here... Sydney has been a rush. When I first came in I didn't think I was going to enjoy it too much - I'd been mainlining nature and now all of a sudden I'd have to switch gears to city life. It just seemed so abrupt.... Read more >

Tags: beer

Working hard when there's beer involved

NEW ZEALAND | Sun, 24 Mar 2013 | By paul_meet_world | Views [1128]

It's been awhile, dear readers. For the past week and change Gabe and I have been WWOOFing at a brewery outside of New Plymouth called Mike's Organic Brewery (or mike's, according to the bottles). It's been a completely different experience ... Read more >

Tags: beer, on the road, wwoof

A week in Vientiane

LAOS | Fri, 19 Oct 2012 | By lani | Views [1191] | Comments [1]

Laos started out as a convenient side trip idea which allowed us to leave Thailand and re-enter to renew our tourist visas for another month but ended up being a true highlight of the trip!    We flew to Vientiane in the morning and after ... Read more >

Tags: beer, city, laos, mekong, relaxing, sunsets, vientiane

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