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Photos: Jordan

JORDAN | Tue, 16 Oct 2018 | By yvonnebooth | Photo Gallery

Group tour and solo extension
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Tags: cooking, desert, history, hot springs, jordan, petra, ruins, spa, wadi rum

Iceland: Let's party til it gets dark!

ICELAND | Sun, 21 Jun 2015 | By dohnster | Views [1056] | Comments [2]

Welcome back! I'm sipping a Pilsner in a famous establishment in Prague right now called Mlejnice about to indulge in a beer goulash with cranberries, followed up with a beef stew soaked in plum sauce. So exciting! It's also costing me about $11 USD, ... Read more >

Tags: daylight, geyser, glacier, hike, hot springs, iceland, snorkel, waterfall

Blue Lagoon: the Geothermal Tourist Trap

ICELAND | Fri, 18 Apr 2014 | By kurenai | Views [2903]

Blue Lagoon is justly famous in Iceland. It is also probably the most touristy place you will visit on your journey. Not to say it is a bad thing but just be ready for waves of people coming in on large tour buses going either to or from the airport.... Read more >

Tags: blue lagoon, geothermal, hot springs, iceland, keflavik airport, reykjavik

Beyond the Wall: An Icelandic Game of Thrones Tour

ICELAND | Sat, 15 Mar 2014 | By kurenai | Views [3125]

I admit I’m not the biggest Game of Thrones fan out there. Blasphemy? Well, maybe. I read the first four of the A Song of Ice and Fire books back in the early to mid-2000’s and sort of gave up; too many characters, too many subplots, ... Read more >

Tags: akureyri, game of thrones, got, hot springs, iceland, jeep tour, mud pits, waterfall

More Adventures in Xela....

GUATEMALA | Mon, 27 May 2013 | By jahne | Views [952]

So I’ve now ended up stranded in yet another town for much longer than planned, I’ve been in Xela for pretty well a month now, learning spanish, suffering from a horrid cold from the dramatically changing weather and with a mildly sprained ... Read more >

Tags: hot springs, salsa, school, spanish, xela

Salar de Uyuni - Lost in the desert!!!

BOLIVIA | Mon, 13 May 2013 | By a_johnson | Views [1081]

Salar de Uyuni - The biggest salt flats in the world, I can now say I've been and what an experience it was! I took a three day tour from the ghost town of Uyuni which meant our first stop were the salt flats themselves! A sea of white salt stretched ... Read more >

Tags: 4 x 4s, desert, geysers, hot springs, lagoons, salar de uyuni, salt hotel, sunrise, sunset, worlds largest salt flats

Finding the way in Banos, Ecuador.

ECUADOR | Sat, 26 Jan 2013 | By christelpeters | Views [927]

I have spent the last week in a new and totally different environment from Montanita.  Banos is like an island.  Standing in the middle of town you can turn 360 degrees and see only mountains on all sides.  Lush green surrounds the town ... Read more >

Tags: banos, hot springs, illness, spanish school

9 days to go, and I don't mean till Christmas!

THAILAND | Sun, 16 Dec 2012 | By lozza | Views [664]

Woo Hoo!!! 9 days to go, and I'm going to be getting a train to Hat Yai, then getting on board the train to Kuala Lumpur! I can't wait. Looks like the train from Phattalung leaves 8am to Hat Yai, which is 2 hours away.. Then from there I get the train ... Read more >

Tags: 9 days, homework, hot springs, kuala lumpur

My favourite ‘not so secret’ locations in Bali

INDONESIA | Thu, 19 Apr 2012 | By tracie | Views [1532]

White Sand Beaches The White Sand Beaches lie just north of Candidasa on the East coast of Bali. I usually take a relaxing motorbike ride from Ubud through Gianyar and then up the Australian Government funded seaside road. Usually there are ... Read more >

Tags: agung, beaches, destinations, favourite, hindu, hot springs, indah, katiklantang, pantai, tourist

Chena Hot Springs Road

USA | Thu, 4 Aug 2011 | By mdcamps | Views [630]

Here are just a few quick highlights from the past week. These are in the order which they occurred, not in any means are they in order of best to next best. 1. Beers, stories and amazing hospitality from the Stern family in Fairbanks. We meet them ... Read more >

Tags: camping, hiking, hot springs, on the road, scenery, wildlife

Off the Beaten Path: Mongolia

MONGOLIA | Thu, 30 Jun 2011 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [6016]

The untamed beauty and stark remoteness of Mongolia has captured the imagination of adventurers for centuries. Humble monks and curious nomads occupy a landscape dotted with not much more than herds of yaks, camels and the occasional ... Read more >

Tags: asia, hot springs, lake khivsgol, monastery, mongolia, off the beaten path, selenge river

The Cotton Castle

SINGAPORE | Sat, 5 Mar 2011 | By cymonspace | Views [488]

What kind of castle is that? Cotton Castle? Before I reached Hierapolis (Pamukkale, Turkey), my mind was conjuring all kinds of images. Soft fluffy architecture that couldn't be more fairy-tale like, or perhaps a little treasure among cotton tree plantation, ... Read more >

Tags: cotton castle, hierapolis, hot springs, pamukkale, terraces, turkey

Leaving Tokyo

JAPAN | Fri, 21 May 2010 | By noflyzone | Views [1541]

Here we are, over one month into our journey and three quarters of the way into a 12 hr train ride from Danang to Nha Thrang. So far, not flying feels like a good decision. Some of the travel has been uncomfortable, but mostly we've enjoyed the slowly ... Read more >

Tags: castles, hot springs, japan, trains


AUSTRALIA | Tue, 1 Dec 2009 | By timmyski | Views [1616]

We were feeling a bit indulgent so we decided to go to the Peninsular Hot Springs in Rye. These springs were actually really cool and we had a lovely evening relaxing in the “magical water”.   The water is classified as a “Sodium Chloride Bicarbonate ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, australia, backpacking, campervan, hot springs, road trip, van-tastic adventures, vantastic, victoria, world nomads

lots and lots of STUFF.

PERU | Fri, 9 Oct 2009 | By phil_and_alex | Views [980] | Comments [6]

sooooooo.... how about that 1 month gap in blog posting? woops. but don´t worry, its not because we haven´t done enough to warrant a post - quite the opposite really. we have had an absolutely amazing time in cuzco and I shall now attempt to sum it up ... Read more >

Tags: amistad, bus, epic fail, hot springs, jungle, machu picchu, paulo, trekking

Breitenbush Hot Springs, Detroit, OR

USA | Sun, 12 Jul 2009 | By annanderson | Views [973]

Their Mission: “To provide a safe and potent environment where people can renew and evolve in ways they never imagined.” 3/19-3/22/09 My husband & I went to enjoy nature, the hot spring pools, cozy cabins, & organic vegetarian meals.  We never ... Read more >

Tags: food safety, gastroenteritis, hot springs, nature, norovirus, oregon, stomach flu

Manizales - El Nevado Ruiz, hot springs and getting my hair cut...

COLOMBIA | Sun, 17 May 2009 | By amil_patel | Views [3360]

I`ve spent the last few days in Manizales which is the in the middle of Colombia`s Zona Cafatera (Coffee Country). The city itself is a fairly standard commerical city but it has a backdrop of stunning green hills and mountains. Whichever direction you ... Read more >

Tags: hot springs, mountains, spanish

Hot jeepney ride to hot springs

PHILIPPINES | Tue, 3 Mar 2009 | By joblogs | Views [781]

We had a bit of a late start today due to late night dancing at a Filipino nightclub .... never thought I would do that, but there you go. This trip has been full of surprises. We decided to try to find the hot springs by ourselves and not ... Read more >

Tags: hot springs, naga

Boum Bidi Pai Pai

THAILAND | Wed, 28 Jan 2009 | By cedric_c | Views [1692] | Comments [2]

    If you thought my last post was the last one about Thailand, you got misled. After the trek in Chiang Mai, my plan was to join a meditation center for a few days to experience life as a buddhist monk and get a kick start on incorporating meditation ... Read more >

Tags: bungalow, geckos, hippies, hot springs, pai, spider, thai cooking course, thailand

Relaxing at an onsen in autumn ~

JAPAN | Wed, 19 Nov 2008 | By kurenai | Views [1802]

I had a chance to visit an onsen hotel last weekend in Ikeda called Fushiokaku (http://www.fushioukaku.co.jp/english/index.html) and it was quite a treat. My friend and I walked into our lovely spacious (well, spacious for Japan) hotel room, plopped ... Read more >

Tags: autumn, culture, fall, hot springs, japan, kouyou, onsen, osaka, red leaves, rotenburo

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