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Ready for the Weekend

USA | Tue, 30 Jun 2015 | By kakimono | Views [417]

On Friday night, we took advantage of our new key priviliges to go into the guy's dorm without waiting outside for someone to let us in. Since I'd been the one to ask Dr. Aktar, he'd e-mailed me (and no one else) to tell us that it should work now, so ... Read more >

Tags: dresses, math, movies, walk

The bluebell's price

BELGIUM | Wed, 27 May 2015 | By bluecrow | Views [361]

 I’m going to pay for it. Oh yes, I’m going to pay for it sooo much. I take one last look at the hour on my laptop and I’m out. The day you realize that you got only 24 hours a day is the day you leave your teen years behind to ... Read more >

Tags: bluebell, forest, walk, wood

A Day on the West Coast

AUSTRALIA | Tue, 24 Feb 2015 | By e_c_whittome | Views [330]

This morning our first stop was the lake at Tullah.  The mist was just clearing and created a beautiful effect on the water.  We were lucky enough to see a platypus swimming along as well! We drove past the extinct town called Williamsford, ... Read more >

Tags: beach, on the road, walk, waterfall

My unexpected hike in Germany

GERMANY | Sun, 18 May 2014 | By missmax | Views [415]

  At age 17, I won a scholarship exchange to Germany for several months - 30 students from across Australia and New Zealand, where we spent the winter at our various host families' houses throughout the country-side. I was placed in Bad Schwartau, ... Read more >

Tags: cold, exchange student, germany, shopping, walk

A walk in another world

INDIA | Fri, 9 May 2014 | By izzyabraham | Views [497]

The remote Indian village stands exactly as it was a decade earlier. Raggedy weeds still cleave through the winding dirt roads. The ramshackle shops offer the same toys and sweets from a lifetime ago. It seems as if the same men are standing outside, ... Read more >

Tags: forest, home, india, kerala, nature, village, walk

The Sun

SINGAPORE | Sat, 17 Nov 2012 | By huziejasni | Views [297]

The biggest star in our galaxy. Yet she looks like a ball of fire in our eyes. Her appearance can make or break the deal for some of us. On a cloudy day, she glows as if Heaven actually put a spotlight on Earth. It's hard to capture THAT moment where ... Read more >

Tags: hills, sun, sunsets, walk


GREECE | Fri, 27 Jul 2012 | By macedonboy | Views [1121]

  Corinth, home of the ancient city state of the same name. There's actually 2 Corinths. Ancient Corinth, the original site was destroyed in the earthquake of 1858 and New Corinth was built after this, in and around the ancient Corinth.  ... Read more >

Tags: acrocorinth, corinth, greece, walk

Trek to Tampak Sering

INDONESIA | Fri, 15 Jun 2012 | By tracie | Views [791]

I took a walk to Tempak Sering on Wednesday and on the way I saw this snake which had been run over. It amazes me! It actually looks 3D! How uncanny!

Tags: bali, snake, tampa sering, trek, walk

My first day off!

CHINA | Tue, 31 Aug 2010 | By samvanneilson | Views [463]

So today was my first day off and i think i made a good use of it! I woke up at 12 and decided a stroll around my block was in order. An hour or 2 later i went. Saw some pretty cool stuff (pics are up). In my 30 min walk around my block i saw 3 police ... Read more >

Tags: china, food, lake, shopping, sites, walk

It's 10am, and I've been awake since 4

USA | Sat, 17 Jul 2010 | By daisy | Views [557]

Was a long day yesterday, but I arrived into LAX eventually. Short wait for the shuttle to the hotel, and amazingly, because it was early afternoon, I managed to stay awake until 8pm. It didn't stop me waking up at 4.00am! I have had a wander this morning, ... Read more >

Tags: los angeles, wakefulness, walk, wander, weather

Carnavon Gorge

AZERBAIJAN | Sun, 17 Jan 2010 | By robert_heidy | Views [462]

Whilst we were working we went to a national park called Carnavon Gerge. It was about 100km south of rollestone with 30km along dirt road. The gorge has a walk that takes you up the river with stepping stone crossings. There were also paths off the ... Read more >

Tags: walk

Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge

AUSTRALIA | Wed, 18 Mar 2009 | By liam_omalley | Views [1318] | Comments [1]

Has to be the best thing I've done so far during my trip! Got up early to catch the ferry into the city this morning before making my way through "The Rocks" (an area of the city not actual rocks) to the Bridge Climb Centre. Once there you ... Read more >

Tags: bridge, bridgeclimb, climb, harbour, sydney, view, walk

Banos, which hopefully means bath, not toilet.

ECUADOR | Wed, 9 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1601]

Lovely Banos is a smashing little town, surrounded by forest topped mountians and waterfalls and blessed with an ambudance of natural hot springs. It is a really beatiful place with lots of lovely hostels, restaurants, coffe shops, book exchanges and ... Read more >

Tags: banos, bathe, ecuador, equador, hot springs, minerals, restaurant, volcano, walk, waterfall

Tsukiji Market

JAPAN | Sat, 12 Apr 2008 | By shanglee | Views [1105]

The day has come to try the REAL raw fish. Throughout my short stay in Tokyo, I've been dreading this day. Tokyo has been a wonderful city. To me, Tokyo is bright lights, pretty girls and the city that never sleeps, well part of the city anyway -... Read more >

Tags: food, japan, tokyo, walk


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