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The South Africans
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2007-12-07 13:37:35 (via www.seadolby.com)
South Africans are a funny bunch! Some love their country, some hate it! Most have enough locks on their doors to put the Bank of England to shame and enough bars on their windows to build the army tanks should they ever go to war!   More...
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The Taiwan Steak House
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2007-12-07 13:34:57 (via www.seadolby.com)
Eating out is a pastime in Taiwan! A past-time that involves fast eating, deft appropriation of extra food and skillfull piling of small plates to carry more one them!   More...
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Sailing through history
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-12-02 01:22:48 (via www.petersommer.com)
What makes Turkey such a great place for travelling? Peter Sommer looks at what makes Turkey so special, and takes a gulet cruise along the coast to explore the landscapes steeped in history.
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Odd Things I've Seen
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-11-20 12:37:19 (via www.oddthingsiveseen.com)
I have seen some odd things. More relevantly, I’ve taken pictures of some odd things. Perhaps even more relevantly, I’ve paired those pictures with words I’ve written about odd things. That’s more back story than you need to know for this site, honestly.   More...
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Inside China's Wild & Crazy Youth Hostels
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-11-20 03:36:07 (via www.travbuddy.com)
A sordid first-hand glimpse into Sichuan's out-of-control backpacker scene.
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My Special Education: the Semi-Retard's Guide to Learning Italian
Submitted by RoboticLunch on 2007-11-19 07:25:38 (via www.perceptivetravel.com)
As a grown adult trying to learn Italian while living in a village near Rome, David Farley has flashbacks to his younger years in the class for "special children."   More...
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Can backpackers survive Hong Kong?
Submitted by tomcarter on 2007-11-12 19:06:29 (via www.gather.com)
Can a vagrant wanderer survive elite Hong Kong? Backpacker savant Tom Carter shares his ups and downs in Asia's wealthiest city.   More...
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By pirogue, pousse-pousse and zebu wagon through baobab land
Submitted by ManjaB on 2007-10-25 03:16:17 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
A fantastic journey through the inland of the unique and almost magical island Madagascar, where one finds animals that exist nowhere else in the world, unspoiled nature with hardly any roads to it: it's not for the comfort seekers.   More...
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Southern Germany in the fall: Bicycles and Beer
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-10-22 17:00:48 (via www.sogonow.com)
I had the extraordinary opportunity to spend the better part of the last year living in Leipzig, Germany and am eager to share some of my fun travel adventures. While Leipzig is in the former East, closer to Berlin than to Munich, the September call of Oktoberfest drifted north from Bavaria and a friend and I made plans to visit the famed festival.
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Finding a Dream in an Iowa Cornfield
Submitted by sogonow on 2007-09-20 10:21:56 (via www.sogonow.com)
Dyersville, you see, is where a baseball field was carved out of a cornfield and became the setting for the film, Field of Dreams.The field is still here and, for reasons few are fully able to explain, every year thousands of people from all over the country are drawn to this little Iowa town to see it.
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