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Backpacking in China - everything you need to know!
Submitted by tomcarter on 2008-11-11 20:10:56 (via www.chinatravel.net)
Traveling in China can be a challenging adventure. This interview explains all the ins and outs to backpacking across the P.R.C.   More...
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David's travel in Micronesia
Submitted by bindero on 2008-11-11 07:47:10 (via www.dmgroom.com)
"Micronesia is an area of the world which I had wanted to visit for about six years. Before I arrived there I was a little concerned that I may have been disappointed with with the area once I actually saw it for real. I was not." why? check this story out and find out the marvelous gifts Micronesia has to offer to its visitors.
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Scott's Excellent Adventure in Nigeria
Submitted by pablo on 2008-11-10 07:01:13 (via www.bidstrup.com)
The nation of Nigeria, in the heart of sub-saharan Africa, is noted for many things. However only few dare to visit this country. Join Scott on his adventure and learn from his story the diverse aspects of life in Nigeria.   More...
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Along the Templar Trail to Jerusalem by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 15:07:18 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
In 2006, two men set off an inspiring 4200-kilometer peace walk from France to Jerusalem across 11 countries and two continents. Witness the powerful testimony of courage, generosity and non-violence, proving that, yes, we can make a difference.
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Travel Journal
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:58:49 (via tibethouse.ru)
The first steps towards the Tibetan settlements really give us the feeling of coming back home, how not to believe in incarnation? It's not my first visit to Rabgye-ling, the Tibetan settlement where Gyudmed monastery is situated, but I distinctly remember this feeling of calmness and peace and also joy filling my entire essence during the first visit...
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Gorilla Stalk, Volcano Walk by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:50:04 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
As their “dream” safari from London to Cape Town turns into a nightmare, one couple sets off alone upon a daring odyssey to discover Africa’s heart and soul. This excerpt provides an intimate look at tracking mountain gorillas of the Congo (with permission from Dead Men Don't Leave Tips by Brandon Wilson)   More...
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Asian Travel Diary
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:44:58 (via www.whatrain.com)
I am on the jet now. I am on the left side behind the wing. Not much leg room here. Most of the people boarding this plane are Chinese and they are all speaking in their native language. There are also quite a few Caucasian people on this plane. I’m already getting culture shock. The announcements are given in both English and Chinese. Fifteen hour difference between San Francisco and China. We were moving a minute ago. They are still giving announcements.
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The Himalayan Diary
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:37:20 (via www.uttaranchal.org.uk)
Is it the physical step or the step taken in the mind? A journey to the Himalayas is so different from other journeys. Any other journey may or may not be a pilgrimage, but a journey to the Himalayas transforms itself into a pilgrimage, somewhere, somehow.
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In the Footsteps of Norse Kings by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:32:56 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
I couldn't believe what confronted me as I crested the rise. Two moose, a mother and her calf, blocked my pathway. Surprising, yes? But that incident was typical of the adventure and super-natural surprises I discovered on my recent 400-mile trek along the St. Olav's Way in Norway…" by Brandon Wilson   More...
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The Via Francigena: Trekking the Path to Paradise by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:28:34 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
"In the entire world, reportedly, there were three roads to Paradise. The first is the Camino de Santiago across northern Spain. This has been trekked by millions of faithful for centuries. But in second position and gaining in popularity is the Via Francigena (The Frankish Route) from Canterbury to Rome…"
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