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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Royal welcome in Samoa
Submitted by roxy on 2007-07-02 02:52:14 (via www.realtraveladventures.com)
The name of Samoa will always be associated with that of Robert Louis Stevenson. Sometimes a dull pilgrimage to his gravesite can turn to a lifetime experience. A warm welcome from the royal family of Samoa can hardly be included in anyone’s plans, but it did happen for the author of this captivating article. This is what I call a great adventure!   More...
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Palau, Micronesia
Submitted by christine on 2007-06-29 04:56:12 (via seaotter.com)
For most people, Palau associates with the best tropical diving they have ever done. Warm crystal clear blue waters, thriving reefs, and bountiful pelagic define this diving Mecca. Read an enjoyable article on the pleasurable opportunities that Palau offers to those willing to take the challenge of experiencing fantastic dives.
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From Riksgraensen to Oslo
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-06-28 07:40:21 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
A trip from Lapland in the far north of the country to Oslo in the south takes one along stunning natural beauty: fjords, rivers, waterfalls, woods with elk and reindeer   More...
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Toodle-oo, Tuvalu!
Submitted by pablo on 2007-06-28 04:16:58 (via www.theage.com.au)
Tuvalu is beautifully small. Despite its charm, it is falling victim to rising sea levels and the greenhouse effect. But the gracefully relaxed Polynesian way of life remains unaffected. Although the island may be sinking, joy continues unabated because Tuvalu is different. One should see it for oneself, as “the islands may not be around for ever”.   More...
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Tectonic Tonga
Submitted by roxy on 2007-06-28 03:20:23 (via www.bemywingman.com)
An earthquake 8.0 on the Richter scale is a major event, even bigger if you are in the azure blue waters of the Tongan South Pacific and tsunami warnings are made. And there this Pacific kingdom does have more singularities. Tourists confess they have never seen so many churches in their lives. With all its uniqueness, Tonga captures their hearts.
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Solomon Islands October 2006
Submitted by lisa on 2007-06-28 02:13:46 (via underwa.ter.net)
The Solomon Islands have amazing sites for diving. The underwater world abounds in spectacular pelagic marine life which is not as affected by mankind’s destructive streak as it happens in other places around the world. And when one leaves, one starts thinking about coming back. Enjoy a delightful story and some unbelievable photos.   More...
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Shooting the rapids in Pagsanjan
Submitted by ivanhenares on 2007-06-27 09:36:32 (via www.ivanhenares.com)
The boat trip to Pagsanjan Falls is a thrill ride one should not miss when in the Philippines. Watching the boatmen jump out of the boat when the rapids come up and hop from rock to rock pulling the small wooden boat upstream against the strong current, is indeed amazing. And the scenery and nature around is simply refreshing.   More...
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More fun under the Saipan sun
Submitted by bindero on 2007-06-27 03:39:41 (via www.ivanhenares.com)
Managaha Island, surrounded by a pristine white sand beach and cobalt blue water, is considered by most tourists as the most beautiful spot in Saipan. But there is much more to enjoy than its beauty. One can get adventurous while exploring the underwater paradise in a yellow submarine, illegally feeding fish and going to a stunning cocktail show.   More...
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Micronesia 13: Nan Midol, the Tiki Palace
Submitted by christine on 2007-06-26 03:37:12 (via www.rudyrucker.com)
Nan Midol is an amazing Micronesian site consisting of about twenty little artificial islands created by making walls of basalt and filling them in with coral. Everything is pristine and natural, no trash in sight, no signs, nothing but the romance of stone ruins amidst jungle plants and the rising tide of the sea. Being there feels like Venice.
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Cook Islands
Submitted by lisa on 2007-06-25 01:52:26 (via www.ianandwendy.com)
Sharing one’s vacation with a film-crew can be tough, but it has its advantages - one can have the beach to oneself and enjoy privacy while there are few tourists. In addition, the Cook Islands offer good accommodation facilities and delightful landscapes. What more could one wish for a harmonious vacation for two?
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