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Eritrea 2007
Submitted by futtrup on 2008-04-08 16:19:20 (via www.futtrup.name)
Some of the highlights: - Being 2 of 5 Danes in the whole of Eritrea – and not seeing any other tourists than few who came on the same plane as us for the whole week.; - Snorkeling in the Red Sea; - The desolated landscape of Dankalia; - The hike up to the Debre Bizen monastery   More...
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Beruwala, Sri Lanka - A tropical paradise!
Submitted by flock1 on 2008-04-04 17:33:38 (via www.travelblog.org)
Boat trips into the mangrove jungle. A Lighthouse built by the British. Lizards and Crocodiles. And a trip to a giant Buddha!   More...
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Delhi - Order amongst the chaos
Submitted by flock1 on 2008-04-04 17:30:57 (via www.travelblog.org)
5 days in Delhi, with a side trip to Agra to boot. The Shatabdi Express is only 2 hours from Delhi to Agra - the home of the Taj Mahal.   More...
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The Land That I'll Forget
Submitted by bindero on 2008-03-31 10:36:13 (via www.pvv.org)
It's interesting how critical reviews can enhance one's desire to visit a place and get a personal opinion on it. Even if you have already visited it. The same has happened to me with this article. If not for other features, Uruguay does impress in terms of people. Try it yourself and see if it works!   More...
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Buy A Vowel
Submitted by christine on 2008-03-31 09:37:49 (via www.thelongtriphome.com)
I admit I find it difficult at times to pronounce foreign names. But it turns out, not even their owners know their secret. Come think of it, the only way of discovering the truth is going back to your roots. This is what the author of the article did, in the meanwhile giving an insightful view of Poland. Enough suspense I guess...   More...
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A Journey in the Gold Coast: In Ghana
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-03-24 00:45:41 (via www.escapeartist.com)
Travel article   More...
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Northern Portugal: History, Architecture and Port Wine
Submitted by cmaingue on 2008-03-19 12:35:26 (via www.circatours.com)
For a relatively small country, Portugal offers a wide variety of scenery and sightseeing, from the majestic Douro River Valley in the north to the sunny beaches of the Algarve in the south. My favorite part of the country is northern Portugal, with its wonderful architecture, colorful local markets, and decorative azulejos.
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A taste of Thailand (II)
Submitted by masterman on 2008-03-10 18:21:03 (via ihopping.blogspot.com)
Thailand is hot, wet and spicy, and it's not just the weather and the food. Sexual tourism is huge in Thailand, and Bangkok is very justly famous for that.

Part two of my impressions on Thailand.
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A taste of Thailand (I)
Submitted by masterman on 2008-03-10 17:54:20 (via ihopping.blogspot.com)
In Bangkok there are no streets; there are only markets. The street is not a place you just pass through on your way to somewhere else, the street is where you live: where you buy and sell, where you eat and drink,where you spend your days munching the polluted air in the humid heat.

Part one of my impressions on Thailand.
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The Betel Nut
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-03-08 13:12:04 (via www.seadolby.com)
Regular use of the nutty stimulant, the betel nut, stains the mouth, tongue, gums and teeth a deep red color. Excessive use causes inebriation and dizziness. Long term use damages the teeth and soft tissue of the mouth. The nut also produces excess saliva and tears!   More...
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