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Tales of Tubing!

LAOS | Wed, 12 Apr 2017 | By tigerlillytravels | Views [978] | Comments [1]

The day had arrived for us to go tubing! We had been excited about this activity since before we started the trip. We headed down to the pick up point, grabbing some food from a street vendor along the way. We paid, filled in a disclaimer document and ... Read more >

Tags: amazing, dark, drinks, fun, new friends, relaxed, river, rubber rings, scenery, tubing

Andalusian Days (IV): Sherry School in Jerez de la Frontera

SPAIN | Thu, 23 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [640]

Bodega Diez Meritos, Jerez Shakespeare himself once said it: ditch wine, drink sherry. Or perhaps it was more to the effect of: knave! Drop from thy hand that gaudy goblet of insipid wine, and drink sherry.   Easier said than ... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, drinks, food, sherry, spain, travel

Celebrating a 21st Birthday Like Americans in Japan

JAPAN | Fri, 26 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [363]

Friday was Nicole’s 21st birthday, and also a class-free day, so on Thursday, we met up to celebrate it. The planning process was a little scattered, to put it mildly. Nicole, one week prior: “It’s my 21st birthday, so let’... Read more >

Tags: bar, birthday, drinks, food

Fridays are when people discover their dreams in life

JAPAN | Fri, 5 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [356]

Class on Friday was for the reading and dialogue in Tobira . So, during the reading class, we went over new grammar points, took a vocabulary quiz, went over kanji, and read the first 10 sentences of the reading passage. All pretty formal, related ... Read more >

Tags: bread, communication, drinks, ghosts, japanese

First Day- Grand Palace

THAILAND | Wed, 9 Dec 2015 | By jreigerr | Views [270]

Woke up around 11. Definitely jet lagged. We then went to see the grand palace. It was magnificent, huge golden statues and massive golden plated buildings. It was definitely an interesting sight. After the Palace we went on a walk around town. We went ... Read more >

Tags: drinks, first day, grand palace, street food

Edinburgh by Daylight

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 12 Aug 2014 | By kakimono | Views [355]

Once we were off the plane, we were brought through lines at an airport which were long, but otherwise painless. Than we were left on our own to find our luggage (there was a conveyor belt, but it was being ignored in favor of two guys bringing over ... Read more >

Tags: coffee, drinks, fringe, hilton

Dubstepping to Iceland

ICELAND | Wed, 4 Jun 2014 | By thelonelyserb | Views [373]

My arrival to Iceland started as any casual trip to a foreign land. While walking around the YVR airport, I could hear in the distance a soft beat. One the young generation call a dubstep. My curiosity and my gate number led me closer and closer to the ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, drinks, food, fun, iceland, motion sickness, planes, scooters, travel

Coffs Harbour to Byron Bay!

AUSTRALIA | Tue, 19 Mar 2013 | By cassie27 | Views [698]

I'm finally here!!! The only stop and place I planned for the whole trip! Byron Bay... What more can I say! It's amazing and I love every aspect of it.  From the second we drove in I new I loved it here. Such a great and unusual vibe! After been ... Read more >

Tags: beach, byron, drinks, relaxing, sun, surf, the best!

F the police (kidding, cops are tops!)

CANADA | Tue, 27 Mar 2012 | By jamesshanks | Views [1740] | Comments [1]

I've had a few run ins with the Victorian police over the past few days...  ' I don't know if you can tell, but I am a big fan of the Popo! There is also no doubt that they feel like celebrities when I ask to score a photo with them. But all the ... Read more >

Tags: beacon hill park, chinatown, drinks, exercise, police, reading, run, victoria

A Taste of Spain - The Secret of Sangria

SPAIN | Tue, 19 Jul 2011 | By connectlocally | Views [6189]

Ever ordered sangria in a bar in Spain? Did you notice a smirk on the barman's face? He was probably amused at yet another tourist ordering that 'traditional, quintessentially Spanish drink', when all he's likely to serve you is red wine watered ... Read more >

Tags: connect locally, drinks, europe, recipes, sangria, spain, travel, wine

Antsy Pantsy

CZECH REPUBLIC | Tue, 31 Aug 2010 | By hopeschaberg | Views [535] | Comments [2]

So, Prague is wonderful and beautiful, but I am feeling really antsy here. I don't know if its because it is much smaller than Budapest, or that it has been raining, or because it was built up so much in my mind, but I am ready to leave. So I think I ... Read more >

Tags: antsy, drinks, lesson learned, money

Bar hopping? Have a peek at a post-modern bar: Berlin Bar.

AUSTRALIA | Tue, 22 Jun 2010 | By kurenai | Views [1378]

Berlin Bar is a rather fun German-themed bar; the best part would be deciding if you wanted to be in opulent West Berlin or barbed-wire East Berlin. West Berlin has plush sofas, gilded mirrors, and a feeling of splendor. East Berlin, however, is full ... Read more >

Tags: bar, drinks, melbourne, night life

First impressions ... Egypt

EGYPT | Mon, 25 Jan 2010 | By robertadiamond | Views [530]

With a belly full of koshary (a traditional made of of rice, macaroni, chickpeas, lentils and chilli) and a few days worth of Egyptian experiences I think it's time to start my travel journal for 2010. I must warn you that previous attempts at online ... Read more >

Tags: drinks, food, fruit, library, people, pyramids

Kings of Queensland

AUSTRALIA | Tue, 8 Sep 2009 | By partners-in-crime | Views [866]

We flew up to Brisbane on Friday afternoon to spend the weekend with Jose and Lucy, having missed their wedding in May. Checked in at One Thornbury - a fantastic small & quaint hotel in the centre of Brisbane. Went for a walk along the Riverside ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, boating, drinks, rugby


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