last time I checked, Bolivia was famous for its amazing salt lakes. However, it seems like the situation has changed drastically..
Are prison tours common among tourists there or is it just you lucky enough to have done
Submitted by pablo on
wow! that's a real crocodile you are holding! that's what i call LIVING your life! How did you feel about all this jungle around you?
Were there any sights to see in Bolivia or is it place for adventure lovers
i read the travelblog, it gives a pretty good description of ghanas past and statistics, but thats not really what the countries all about. its really about the people you meet and the beautiful things you see. people over there are very warm and
Submitted by Anonymous on
Ghana is really a nostalgic experience in my part when I was there last 2004. I wish I could visit again the country. Thank you for posting your comment about my article.
Submitted by hannabobanna on
I am an 18-year old Kiwi living in Ghana for the rest of this year.
Iv've been in Ghana for about2 and a half months so far.
In my opinion that was a very accurate depiction of life in Ghana. I think i even learnt some things! (i haven't
When you mentioned my article on Leicester it reminds me that I must stop writing negatively about everything! It seems to have become a ahbit - from now on I must attempt to write about the "good" as like Turkey I have often said to
Submitted by christine on
you are so right when saying one can't get to know the country by visiting only its touristic spots. that just reminded me about your article about London and Leicester. i guess we usually tend to see just the bright side of the
Submitted by ieuandolby on
I wrote the place in the article! It is a suburb of Istanbul called Pendik. To be precise it is 18km past Istanbul and on the coast of the Sea of Marmara! Nestled between Istanbul and Tuzla!
Were any tourists are found attitudes are