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Rivers, Rain and Reruns of Friends

LAOS | Sat, 8 Apr 2017 | By tigerlillytravels | Views [370]

From Vientiane we got a mini bus to Vang Vieng. It took about 3 and a half hours with a 15 minute stop off at a little side road food market. At the stop off point we had all just pilled back on the bus after enjoying a grilled corn, we noticed a few ... Read more >

Tags: bars, bridges, hills, irish bar, rain, relaxed, river, thunder storms, travel, views

The Start Up: Unemployed and Homeless

UNITED KINGDOM | Sun, 5 May 2013 | By jessiejames | Views [310]

    Hi All, So my new adventure has begun. I'm finally in London - unemployed and homeless, and doing my best to get that sorted soon. Otherwise comfortable bridge suggestions are welcomed (along with any cardboard boxes you might ... Read more >

Tags: bridges, brockwell common, homeless, sun shines on london, unemployed

Crusty Demons of dirt. Story by Dave

INDONESIA | Wed, 28 Jul 2010 | By adventurers | Views [1615]

Imagine 2 hours sitting on the most uncomfy seat you've ever sat on.  Next, make that seat even narrower & on the back of a motorbike. Then picture the worst road you've ever been down which included such highlights as: *long sections of river stones ... Read more >

Tags: bad roads, boar, bridge, bridges, indonesia, motorbike, road, roads, sepeda motor, sumatra

 

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