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Bohemian Trek

SLOVENIA | Thu, 2 Jun 2016 | By tiltingwindmills | Views [343]

Croatia - 28 May The second Busabout tour got off to a rough start when myself and one of the other girls missed the tour departure in Split. We had arrived into Split Friday night and slept that night on the boat. I had thought we had Saturday ... Read more >

Tags: austria, croatia, czech republic, lake bled, prague, salzburg, slovenia, split

Falling in love? Try not to landfall

SLOVENIA | Sat, 3 Nov 2012 | By nosoygringo | Views [817] | Comments [1]

If you ever fell in love with a place, it surely wasn’t as charming as to literally make you fall –landfall, to be precise, from a bike. Been to Lake Bled? The Slovene crown jewel, rest assured, will likely make you fall -in love, fortunately.... Read more >

Tags: bicycle travel, lake bled

Photos: Beauty by Bled

SLOVENIA | Fri, 2 Nov 2012 | By nosoygringo | Photo Gallery


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The British Columbia coastline is etched with steep, narrow fjords that rise straight up from the ocean to dizzying heights. These narrow passageways may be beautiful, but the tight spaces and treacherous currents they create are also a hazard to marine navigation. In 2006, the Queen of the North ferry struck an island and sank. Now,  a proposal to ship oil in supertankers through this wild region has sparked fears of an oil spill. : by timirvin, Views[843]
The British Columbia coastline is etched with steep, narrow fjords that rise straight up from the ocean to dizzying heights. These narrow passageways may be beautiful, but the tight spaces and treacherous currents they create are also a hazard to marine navigation. In 2006, the Queen of the North ferry struck an island and sank. Now, a proposal to ship oil in supertankers through this wild region has sparked fears of an oil spill.

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