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Hiroshima
Submitted by roxy on 2007-04-05 11:12:08 (via www.phoenixanime.com)
How is it to be American and visit Hiroshima, a place that still remembers the terrible bomb explosions of 60 years ago? It can be some kind of hardship this trip, but is also a proof of courageousness and the will that those acts never happen again…   More...
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Guerrero Negro, BCS, Mexico - Salt
Submitted by lisa on 2007-04-05 11:09:03 (via www.meganlyles.com)
Immense salt fields, salt tractors, salt piles… Every single establishment in town had photos on the wall of the salt. This is a really special place and it is worth every minute to spend some time there.   More...
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Portland, Oregon for a Weekend
Submitted by christine on 2007-04-05 11:06:41 (via www.digitizethis.com)
What can you do in Oregon, Portland during a weekend? There are a lot of things like visiting the biggest book shop in the world, sipping coffee in nice cafeterias, or serving sushi in the Japanese restaurants. The most important is to adjust the time of the different flights so that you are in time back at the beginning of the new week.
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Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Submitted by bindero on 2007-04-05 10:52:31 (via www.blurrytravel.com)
“You must exercise extreme patience when traveling by bus in Southeast Asia.” Here is an overview of traveling by bus in the Southeast Asia, but not only. What I liked the most is the presentation of the meals that you can have while in Malaysia.
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Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia
Submitted by bindero on 2007-04-05 10:47:57 (via www.blurrytravel.com)
The most important thing when you go to a foreign country is to learn to say “thank you” in the local language. Even if this sound strange and some may even start laughing, this is an easy way to make new friends that can help you in the difficult moments. Just like in this trip!
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South East Asia
Submitted by roxy on 2007-04-05 10:44:07 (via web.singnet.com.sg)
Here is an article which gives some tips of the must-sees in the South East Asian countries. Thailand, India, Cambodia and Indonesia aren’t just the capital cities and other some well known resorts. There are in fact some really great sites over there which are not yet invaded by the tourists. Checked!
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Penang Island Malaysia
Submitted by pablo on 2007-04-05 10:36:00 (via www.walkaboutgalleries.com)
Even going to Malaysia for a business trip do not forget to see Kuala Lumpur’s beautiful temples and the stunning butterflies and botanical gardens, which are more attractive by the monkeys freely walking through the parks. But be wise to have some cash in Malaysian currency, as cash machines are kind of shortage there. Here you are an example…   More...
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Sailing is a Life of Extremes
Submitted by Adele on 2007-04-05 07:44:03 (via www.wherescherie.com)
The journey is a process, and sometimes that process is miserable. What do you do when sailing in the middle of the ocean and a storm hits you? It’s completely uncontained and uncontrolled: the clouds are violent, the rain drops - massive, like coins pounding noisily on the bow, and you have a lightning rod (called a mast) attached to you.   More...
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Blue Mountains, Australia
Submitted by cleo on 2007-04-05 07:39:47 (via www.dickandwitta.com)
Hiking the blue mountains is quite an experience. Most of the trails go down and down to the bottom of the canyon. The wildlife is abundant and unique and you can see even kangaroos, but not when the clouds are kissing the ground. Watch out for the blood sucking leach!   More...
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Waterworld
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-04-05 07:35:58 (via www.terrystrek.com)
Do you have a clear understanding of what a “floating village” is? I didn’t, but it’s quite amazing. Everybody lives off of fishing in the great lake, owning a personal boat. In addition to that, there are school boats, police boats, store boats, karaoke boats, and fish farm boats. But this article has more curious things to discover.   More...
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