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When is now

PHILIPPINES | Mon, 28 Nov 2022 | By ritchiebasilio | Views [81]

Today I long for that babbling stream's embrace, Where azure waters dance on their eloquent chase... Oh, when will they realize the loss they've inflicted, our timbered rain tree so rare? Alas, too tardy—hog's root ripped it away, No one dared ... Read more >

Tags: biking, catastrophe, cycling, greenery, nature

Hvar: Biking, Fortresses and Food

CROATIA | Thu, 8 Nov 2018 | By shire_girl | Views [333]

Over my first week in Croatia I endeavored to learn words in the local language such as “Thank you,” “Excuse me, do you speak English?” and “Good day”. In Croatian “hv” is pronounced somewhere between a ... Read more >

Tags: biking, food, fortress, hvar, off season croatia, stari grad, stari grad plains, swimming

Holiday in Himalaya

NEPAL | Mon, 7 Sep 2015 | By rameshapex | Views [440]

Nepal Tourism was affected by Gorkha Earthquake 2015 on 25 Apr, due the disaster many people became homeless and familyless not only this who are live they became jobless.  The main industry of Nepal, " Tourism Industry" has back in Action.... Read more >

Tags: biking, hiking, kayaking, rafting, sunrise, sunsets, tours, trekking

Lost in fascination

DENMARK | Thu, 21 May 2015 | By ledzzgo | Views [407]

Northern Copenhagen environs, Denmark Botched my gear change while manoeuvering an urban intersection, unhinging the chain. This is a first! Contemplate panicking, bigtime - Instead, opt for ZEN and minutes later - fingers greased, I re-mount "Sid" ... Read more >

Tags: bicycle, bike, biking, copenhagen, cycle, cycling, denmark, europe, touring

Below the Elbe

GERMANY | Sun, 12 Oct 2014 | By schmodude | Views [456]

I woke up in the morning to find out that Simon and Sarah were still out at the club. Steffen was around, so I hung out with him and talked about a few good electronic dj’s while he used his impressive dj setup to spin some tunes. I sent a text ... Read more >

Tags: biking, elbe tunnel, germany, hamburg, park fiction, party all night, sarah, simon, steffen

The Last Night

DENMARK | Tue, 9 Sep 2014 | By aeileenr | Views [2094] | Comments [1]

My original plan was to get up early on my last day in Europe, the day I flew back home, but in reality, I never went to sleep.  I’d spent my days in Venice, Florence, and London just walking. I'd done other things too, but looking ... Read more >

Tags: biking, copenhagen, denmark

Stop #2 - Peru (Inca Jungle Trek)

PERU | Sat, 2 Aug 2014 | By rachelstewart2 | Views [585]

  The Inca Jungle Trek – Our Route to Machu Pichu Day 1 – The whole tour started with yet another very early morning with a pick up from our hostel. We then headed to Lorenzo HQ to meet the rest of the group and have a breakfast/briefing.... Read more >

Tags: andes, biking, cusco, machupichu, mountains, peru, southamerica, trekking, worldwonder

Gyeongju Cherry Blossom Festival

SOUTH KOREA | Thu, 17 Jul 2014 | By megandrob | Views [612]

The first trip that either Robin or I went on in Korea happened on my second weekend on the peninsula. Rob had been here 3 weeks or so, and we were still hardly even speaking to each other. Shannon (my sister) organised this trip for all of us. It was ... Read more >

Tags: biking, cherry blossom, gyeongju, temples

Small towns, Big Cities, Ancient Temples and Nice People: What's not to love about Cambodia?

CAMBODIA | Mon, 15 Apr 2013 | By nnninecountries | Views [2259] | Comments [3]

When planning our trip, it seemed outrageous to me that we could go to ten or eleven countries in six months or less. So, I was originally thinking about skipping Cambodia as it is geographically easy to get from the south of Laos to Saigon, ... Read more >

Tags: angkor wat, biking, museums, temples

Sukothai, Thailand

THAILAND | Tue, 15 Jan 2013 | By sglass | Views [1451]

From Pai and Chiang Mai it was a relatively easy bus journey down to the ancient city of Sukothai in Central Thailand. There's not much to Sukothai besides ruins but they are well worth the trip! Sukothai is basically a later, mini-Angkor. As the Khmer ... Read more >

Tags: biking, buddha, buddhism, queen, siam, sukothai, temples, thailand

An Arctic Experience – Greenland will ride into your heart

GREENLAND | Tue, 15 Jan 2013 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [2209] | Video

Tourism Greenland have launched the brand new video series "Rough. Real. Remote." These guys are serious about experiencing real adventure within the Arctic Circle, and this sneak peak on their journey through Greenland is an epic off the beaten ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, biking, connect locally, greenland, hiking, off the beaten path, travel, trekking, video


CHINA | Tue, 12 Jun 2012 | By wi-niko | Views [862]

12 June 2012 Hangzhou is the New York Hamptons of China.  A relaxing but luxe place for the rich to retreat and vacation.  Aside from that it has many domestic travelers and is known for its classical Chinese beauty "Heaven on Earth". ... Read more >

Tags: beauty, biking, china, hangzhou, mingtown hostel, nanshang lu, west lake


USA | Sat, 3 Mar 2012 | By jamesshanks | Views [909] | Comments [3]

That's all I can say after an amazing day in a beautiful city. San Francisco is beyond words. Sure I can tell you how great it is, but you have got to check it out for yourself. Anyhow, I need to backtrack a bit before I reminisce over The City by the ... Read more >

Tags: biking, caltrain, golden gate bridge, pier 39, san francisco

Amazing Nomads - The Fuego Project

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 13 Feb 2012 | By amazingnomads | Views [2060]

Tell us about your project.  Hi, we are Alister and Anna. We are riding from Deadhorse in the north of Alaska to Ushuaia in the very south of Argentina. We left in may 2008 and hope to finish in march 2011. The goal is to see more of the world ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, alaska, amazing nomads, biking, cycling, north america, off the beaten path, south america, the fuego project, tierra del fuego

Off the Beaten Path: Germany

GERMANY | Wed, 28 Sep 2011 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [5602] | Comments [2]

On your bike German cities are extremely bike friendly and for the tourist this is a godsend.   It’s easy to pack in lots of sights when traveling by bike, and getting out of the subway system and above ground will give you a whole different perspective ... Read more >

Tags: baltic sea, beaches, biking, german language, germany, munich, off the beaten path, oktoberfest

10 Reasons for Independent Travellers to Join a Guided Tour

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 15 Aug 2011 | By nomads-survival-kit | Views [4416]

Tags: adventure, biking, group tours, hiking, idea, independent travel, itinerary, travel

Germany: Get on a Bike and Eat Fleischplfanzerl

GERMANY | Fri, 17 Jun 2011 | By travel-tips | Views [2423]

Everyone knows that some of the best beer in the world comes from the country of Germany. But this amazing country offers so much more than world-class beverages. Ancient castles and formidable structures offer testimony to the country’s ... Read more >

Tags: biking, cuisine, cycling, dresden, germany, switzerland, travel, travel tips, unesco world hertitage sites, zwinger

Hiking & Biking in Bled

SLOVENIA | Tue, 10 May 2011 | By drmitch | Views [790]

I caught the bus to Bled with 5 minutes to spare and arrived at Traveller’s Haven , a great homely hostel complete with free bikes and washing and a lovely kitchen/common room area. Dropping off my bags I grabbed a bike and headed out through ... Read more >

Tags: biking, bled, lake bohinj, vitnar gorge, waterfalls

Off the Beaten Path: Turkey

TURKEY | Mon, 7 Feb 2011 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [7039]

The most interesting way of experiencing a new destination is to get off-the-beaten-path, away from the tourist trail where you have the opportunity to meet the authentic local people who have been untouched by mainstream tourism. Trish Sare, Founder ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, bik hike adventures, biking, cappadocia, istanbul, kekova island, off the beaten path, off the beaten path, taurus mountains, turkey

Holidays...Patagonia style

ARGENTINA | Sat, 1 Jan 2011 | By sobrea | Views [1837] | Comments [1]

The drive from Mendoza to Bariloche is a long one…as are most of our drives these days.   We came prepared, computer charged up for movie watching time and a bottle of vino in the backpack. Bariloche is in the lake district of ... Read more >

Tags: bariloche, biking, el chalten, patagonia, patagonia moto rent, trekking

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