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INDONESIA | Tue, 10 May 2016 | By finally | Photo Gallery

ANNIVERSARY: ONE YEAR ON THE ROAD!!! :-) OMG! Can't believe it's already been so long. The big day was Friday April 29th in Bali. AF was telling everyone before we left that we would end our adventure in style in Bali ... she was almost right, just ... Read more >
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Tags: bali, bromo, gili meno, indonesia, jen, ubud, volcanoes

Salt Flats Tour through the desert and otherworldly landscapes to Chile

BOLIVIA | Thu, 3 Sep 2015 | By sheree | Views [457]

Day 1 A lady from our tour company was waiting at the bus station with a sign with our names on it. Soon a car came to pick us up and take us to their office. Here we freshened up, brushed our teeth and got changed etc. we then grabbed breKfast ... Read more >

Tags: bolivia, desert, flamingoes, lagoons, landscapes, llamas, mountains, salt flats, train tracks, volcanoes

Dang Padang, It's all good in Ubud

INDONESIA | Wed, 23 May 2012 | By teamofgiants | Views [1127]

Bali…A wide spectrum of beautiful land and space, that will soar from horrid to absolutely heaven in moments. At least that is what I think!   But before I get to that I must put ina tidbit about our one-day layover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.... Read more >

Tags: bali, beaches, kuta, monkeys, padang padang, surf, ubud, uluwatu, volcanoes

Finding My Dragon

INDONESIA | Thu, 26 Jan 2012 | By lisaf | Views [720]

This year is the Year of the Dragon, Water Dragon to be specific.  So I have decided to venture into the unknown lands of Komodo Island in search of my very own water dragon. They don't seem pretty, or cuddly. In fact the water dragons of Komodo ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, komodo island, luxury, trekking, villa, volcanoes, water dragons

Photos: Antigua

GUATEMALA | Mon, 1 Aug 2011 | By brettcooke | Photo Gallery

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Tags: antigua, churches, earthquakes, guatemala, hostel, volcanoes

Nicaragua - straight from the pages of fantasy.

NICARAGUA | Fri, 17 Jun 2011 | By elis82 | Views [1593]

There’s something magical about volcanoes – the stark shape, the implied danger, the breathless views from the top. Now imagine a huge lake, 160km long and 70km wide; the only lake in the world containing sharks, nonetheless; with two volcanoes, joined ... Read more >

Tags: lakes, nicaragua, volcanoes

Guatemala Part 2: Need More Time

GUATEMALA | Sun, 5 Jun 2011 | By elis82 | Views [1409]

We enjoyed San Pedro la Laguna and were learning so much Spanish, we decided another week was in order. It was a great time – our host family excellent, the location relaxing and idyllic, we met some new friends, it felt like home (that there were ... Read more >

Tags: guatemala, ruins, volcanoes

The Araucania Temuco to Puerto Fuy, Chile

CHILE | Thu, 16 Dec 2010 | By thefuegoproject | Views [8144] | Comments [5]

2/12/10 to 16/12/10                                            440km Arriving on the night bus from Santiago to Temuco we awoke to the unfamiliar sound of rain on the road and grey gloomy skies. We had arrived in the south we had wanted to be for ... Read more >

Tags: araucaria, biking, chile, hiking, volcanoes

Peace, Paint and Pupusas

EL SALVADOR | Wed, 8 Dec 2010 | By ryanandjo | Views [4719]

Despite some stiff competition El Salvador, due to gang violence, has a reputation as being the most dangerous country in Central America. However, you wouldn’t realise it from the people that we met making our way from the border ... Read more >

Tags: juayua, perquin, revolution, ruta de las flores, san salvador, santa ana, volcanoes, war

Welcome to the Lifestyle of the Chosen Few

NICARAGUA | Fri, 19 Nov 2010 | By ryanandjo | Views [2786] | Comments [5]

In the end we had no problems leaving Costa Rica, Ryan even managed to make the whole immigration team laugh when under ‘flight number’ on the immigration form he wrote ‘a pie’ (on foot) and the officer joked that that’s certainly one flight that ... Read more >

Tags: granada, isla de ometepe, leon, little corn, volcanoes

St Vincent – Wallilaboo

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES | Mon, 5 Apr 2010 | By belleslady | Views [455]

April 5 th – 8 th (lost camera – no pics) St Vincent is the big island in the Grenadines and hence suffers from a higher crime rate. That said it is beautiful with waterfalls, volcanoes, rain forests and the oldest botanical gardens in ... Read more >

Tags: eco tour, land rover, parrots, pirates of the caribbean, rain, rain forest, volcanoes

Castles, Ball Games, Bike Rallies and Volcanoes

JAPAN | Sun, 30 Aug 2009 | By bundynbeaches | Views [2113]

Last weekend I got invited to to go along to a Baseball game between Japan's top two teams in Fukuoka. Why not? Never been to a ball game, and was not disappointed. Only knowing the most basic of the rules, I sat up there behind the guy who catches the ... Read more >

Tags: bikes, castles, games, volcanoes

Lago de Atitlan, Volcan Pacaya and Antigua

GUATEMALA | Tue, 7 Jul 2009 | By thefuegoproject | Views [3539]

Xela to Lago de Atitlan, our overland trekking adventure. Rina and Lior our fearless guides from Quetzaltrekkers, led us over the mountains, past a highland town called 'Alaska', through cloud forests, past highland villages, past treacherous landslides, ... Read more >

Tags: colonial towns, guatemala, trekking, volcanoes

Guadalajara to Oaxaca

MEXICO | Tue, 12 May 2009 | By thefuegoproject | Views [3283] | Comments [3]

13/4/09 - 7/5/09 Guadalajara to Oaxaca 1204 km The days in Guadalajara with Nobu, Hiro and Ken fly past. They are captivated by the city with its climbing wall, cinema and skate boarding and decide to stay longer, while we get back in the saddle, ... Read more >

Tags: cactus, cycling, desert, mexico, swine flu, volcanoes

Mazatlan to Guadalajara... lagoons, volcanoes, agave and tequila

MEXICO | Fri, 10 Apr 2009 | By thefuegoproject | Views [5454] | Comments [6]

30/3/09 - 7/4/09 Mazatlan to Guadalajara  534 km After nearly two months off the bike, we saddled up and rode out of warm and sticky Mazatlan where we had enjoyed a tranquil time with our amiga Chamely and her puppy ‘Blitz’. Mazatlan itself was ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, birds, boat trips, cycling, mexico, pacific coast, tequila, volcanoes, wildlife

In the Shadow of Mount Doom

NEW ZEALAND | Wed, 3 Dec 2008 | By lburton | Views [687]

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Tags: bad weather, crater, hiking, mountains, north island, tongariro, volcanoes

Volcano Boarding, or: How to achieve full-body exfoliation

NICARAGUA | Fri, 20 Jun 2008 | By christina_wallace | Views [1553] | Comments [1]

Today I went volcano boarding down Cerro Negro, about 20 km outside of Leon, Nicaragua. This is sometimes referred to as "volcano surfing" but I think the more accurate term is "volcano sledding", since my entire group chose ... Read more >

Tags: adventure sports, leon, nicaragua, volcanoes

Easter Island

CHILE | Tue, 9 May 2006 | By stowaway | Views [7573] | Comments [12]

Well if you can land the space shuttle on the runway here, it must have pretty good brakes! Running from one side of the narrowest part of the almost triangular Easter island, the airport is wedged between 2 volcanoes at its sides and the sea at each ... Read more >

Tags: adventures, chile, easter island, moai, motorscooter, rano kau, rapa nui, space shuttle, stowaway, volcanoes


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