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Route 66: Travelling the Main Street of America
Submitted by traveloscopy on 2008-08-01 19:57:34 (via monolith.com.au)
Most roads go places; Route 66 just is.
It’s a community. The first mile through downtown Chicago is as much your destination as the last mile to Santa Monica pier.
Route 66 is not about concrete and tarmac, it’s about people - their hopes and dreams, their battles won and lost.   More...
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The Current State of Britain, of Pit Bulls and Garbage!
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2008-07-31 15:17:22 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
London holds fascination to any tourist, a jungle of things-to-do. Leicester holds less but rubbish from the first, Pit Bulls from the second combine to tell us that perhaps British society might be touching rock bottom!   More...
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Sinai Stories
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-07-25 23:48:17 (via travellingwriter.blogspot.com)
It is almost dark when we get to the top of Gebel Abbas Basha, one of the highest peaks in the ragged Sinai Mountains. The ruined remains of what was once part of a magnificent Ottoman fortress look down over the most incredible view of the mountain ranges.   More...
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South Georgia: Antarctic Renaissance
Submitted by traveloscopy on 2008-07-25 04:53:41 (via travelantarctica.blogspot.com)
Travel about 2000 kilometres east from Tierra del Fuego, at the very tip of South America, and you might stumble on its precipitous and windswept shores. At 54 degrees S and 37 degrees W, South Georgia is about as remote as any place on earth could possibly be.
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The Turkish Male and the Subservient Woman
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2008-07-16 10:03:27 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
In Turkey the one thing that Christians and Muslims have in common is that the woman remains subservient. From a stool in a bar in Pendik, Istanbul it dawned on me that the day that women are allowed in bars will be the day that trouble starts to brew!   More...
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A long walk to Istanbul
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2008-07-16 10:00:17 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
Turkey somehow manages to combine religious divide to the extent that all live in harmony! As I set off on a 17 KM trek to Istanbul I saw life, not as a tourist but as an accepted observer to a society that could show Europe plenty on how to live without constant squabling!   More...
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Splendour of the Far East:The Philippines
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-07-06 19:54:13 (via www.davestravelcorner.com)
This is really a nostalgic, great article and photos, I've read about the Philippine Islands-Sandra   More...
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# 2nd 2008 Traveling
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-06-30 13:46:19 (via pyo2.blogspot.com)
Great journey to share, Bahorok "Wampu" rafting
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With my daugther to Iran
Submitted by futtrup on 2008-06-29 15:52:49 (via www.futtrup.name)
Family travel in Iran? Why not. A small trip report from travelling in Iran, spring 2008   More...
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Black Sea, brown bottoms
Submitted by bindero on 2008-06-25 07:14:06 (via www.nmayhew.demon.co.uk)
According to the author of the article, the Black Sea has great potential to become a prosperous naturist industry region. Haven't heard much about it while being there, but I would love tp go back and enjoy some freedom.   More...
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