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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
High and Dry
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-05-04 11:36:46 (via www.adventureprone.com)
“I packed up and pedaled out, heading out into the stark, lonely landscape of the altiplano. while the terrain was near dead flat, the combination of thin air and an icy headwind quickly robbed me of my energy.” Only, if followed by a warm and cozy environment and a marvelous meal would I want to venture in such way.
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Bandon Dunes Golf
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-05-04 11:33:02 (via www.dickandwitta.com)
For the Golf lovers playing the Dunes is a "don't miss it" type of opportunity. The scenery is charming, the green of the fields is so restful and calming, and so is the trip to the Bandon Dunes…
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Cockfighting in Manila
Submitted by Amber on 2007-05-04 11:24:55 (via www.rhymer.net)
Wow! Cockfighting is the national sport of the Philippines! I didn’t know that. Have you heard of it? It’s cruel, if you think of the razor-sharp blades tied to their legs by a ‘gaffer’. Unbelievable!
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Madagascar Was Magnificent
Submitted by Adele on 2007-05-04 11:19:53 (via www.smallbagbigworld.com)
Madagascar may be the most wonderful country. The Malagasy people are warm and friendly, with brilliant smiles and great senses of humor. And their customs are as amazing. Do you know what would mean for you, if you were the resident of one of its villages and gave birth to twins? Amazing slowly changes to horrible…   More...
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Two Windows on Korea
Submitted by Adele on 2007-05-04 11:10:36 (via www.biz2web.com)
Who would have thought that the Daewoo and Hyundai workers in Korea are going on demonstrations, while the rest of the world enjoys the comfort of their products? And who would think Korea is so fascinating, and its people - so sweet?..   More...
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Driving in Bali
Submitted by cleo on 2007-05-04 11:01:45 (via www.ourreallybigadventure.com)
“We had no idea how far it was to the next petrol station, but the increasing prevalence of roadside stalls selling motorbike fuel in old Coke and Fanta bottles suggested it was some distance yet.” No doubt. Driving in Bali is a unforgettable experience. Have fun with it!
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Climbing in Bukittinggi
Submitted by cleo on 2007-05-04 10:57:36 (via www.ourreallybigadventure.com)
“It is unusual to have to pay to climb outdoors. It goes against the grain for most climbers… Just as we feel we should be allowed to walk the hills for free, so we should be able to climb on any attractive vertical faces we find there.” But such isn’t the case in Sumatra, where people are eager to make money on each word they say to you.
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The Road to Regaleali
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-05-04 10:52:02 (via www.wired2theworld.com)
Although an enough rough road, the destination was rewarding: spiced and cozy, freshly rolled in cinnamon sugar and simply delicious. Then, followed by a private tour around the winery that produces 2,5 million bottles a year. That is Sicily.
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More on Hawaii
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-05-04 10:48:01 (via www.wired2theworld.com)
“The Imu ceremony happened around 6:30 and there was plenty of opportunity to see the process. The pig is put in a cage made of chicken wire and covered with leaves. It is then buried in the ground covered with hot lava rocks, more leaves, sheets, and dirt...” Quite curious! Hawaii has more and more to offer…   More...
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Zomba & Blantyre
Submitted by Amber on 2007-05-04 10:44:32 (via www.geoffstravelscrapbook.co.uk)
“Chingwe's Hole - there is a local legend that says that the hole is bottomless and it was once used as a burial chamber.” I imagine they didn’t place them on shelves. In a place like this, be prepared for whatever surprise.
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