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Sails, Swells and Souvenirs - a Channel Islands adventure

UNITED KINGDOM | Mon, 18 Jul 2016 | By butterfly-freed | Views [458]

I read somewhere that there is a rivalry between the islands of Guernsey and Jersey. The former being home to ‘old money’, while the latter to the ‘new money’. It would be impossible to make a judgement on this during our short ... Read more >

Tags: alderney, bicycles, channel islands, corbiere, jersey, lighthouse, pearls, petit trein, sailing

Taxi Scams and Tam Coc

VIETNAM | Wed, 9 Oct 2013 | By travelinglotus | Views [983]

The day started when we arrived in Hanoi on our overnight train from Sapa very early- around 4:30 am. We blearily headed out of the train station, and found a taxi who said he would use a meter, one of my stipulations when traveling in Vietnam. However, ... Read more >

Tags: beautiful scenery, bicycles, hanoi, hoa lu, river, rowing with legs, sunset, tam coc, taxi scams, vietnam

Denmark - Getting Around

DENMARK | Sun, 11 Nov 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [660]

If you love riding your bicycle, you’ll love Denmark. Cyclists reign supreme here and often have --or think they have -- the right of way on roads. You can even rent bicycles for free. There are a plethora of bicycle lanes in cities like Copenhagen, ... Read more >

Tags: bicycles, cars, denmark, europe, travel-safety, travel-transport

Take a Stroll and Enjoy the Scenery at Your Pace: Hoi An

VIETNAM | Fri, 1 Jun 2012 | By teamofgiants | Views [816]

Turquoise blue waters of the South China Sea shimmering in the sun, endless white sands line the coast to lose yourself, with palm thatched umbrellas over sand and decks for meditation and relaxation.   All that was missing was the Corona….... Read more >

Tags: beach, bicycles, hoi an, japanese covered bridge, relaxing, rice paddies

Transport in The Netherlands

NETHERLANDS | Mon, 5 Mar 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [1102]

Most people in The Netherlands own a bicycle (or two) because it's a pretty easy way to get around this generally flat country. Even when cars came within the reach of most people, the bicycle remained popular and city planners have made the cars ... Read more >

Tags: bicycles, europe, netherlands, transport, travel-safety-tips, travel-transport

Ride Into the Past - Hoi An

VIETNAM | Sat, 6 Aug 2011 | By cornetto | Views [402]

Yet another adventure on the bicycles this time with Phat Tire Ventures in Hoi An. Thinh was our guide and he was just full of information that he wanted to share with us and a keen photographer as well! He hijacked our camera and took loads of great ... Read more >

Tags: bicycles, farming, hoi an, lantern, phat tire, pottery

Urban versus Rural life

CAMBODIA | Wed, 9 Feb 2011 | By gem_sky | Views [917]

There was such a jump between the big cities and rural areas, much more than in Europe, I think because the development has been so much quicker and more recent. It makes things really uneven, and as soon as you start traveling you realise ... Read more >

Tags: bicycles, kampot, rural, shower gel, urban

back in the big time

DENMARK | Fri, 20 Jun 2008 | By mredovan | Views [575]

Thoughts on two and a half days in Copenhagen: First and foremost, it was exhilarating to be back in a city. Crowds of people beget a buzzing energy (along with other things, certainly). After a while, the bustling crowdedness of big cities usually weighs ... Read more >

Tags: amusement park, bicycles, cafes, citylife, copenhagen, denmark, squares, tivoli


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