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Blog from behind the Wall
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-07 07:46:24 (via www.travelblog.org)
Nowadays it is a bit of challenge for pilgrims to travel in Jerusalem, as the sacred complex sits not only in its Israeli part, but also in the Palestinian part. Still, the holy places of the most powerful religion in the world haven’t got geographical limits, and the birthplace of Jesus Christ attracts millions of people from all around the world.
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Malaysia - Belwildering Borneo
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-07 07:43:22 (via www.travelblog.org)
What is it Borneo despite rain forests and beautiful snorkeling places? Monsoons and torrential rains that raise the level of water a inch in an hour! Wondering how wet can this season be? “We thought at least we would see more animals as it was rainy season but our glum guide said 'sure in rainy season, but not rainy season like this”
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Dipping My Toe Into Borneo
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-07 07:40:48 (via www.asianbiketour.com)
You think making a bike trip around Borneo no problem? It’s not exactly the case. First, you have to cope with the heat and humidity. But natural conditions aren’t the worst. To enter Malaysian part of Borneo you should give up your bike, as this transport is forbidden there. So, no way to make a round trip of Borneo? Again, not the case…   More...
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Traveling on Faith
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-07 07:37:09 (via www.travelagewest.com)
“Religious travel is not a vacation. When you come back from a pilgrimage you want to take a vacation to relax…”, this article is an overview of the religious travel in general with concrete destination proposals for pilgrims for the 2007 year.
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Camping in the Rockies
Submitted by Adele on 2007-03-07 07:35:18 (via www.heldencrow.com)
The notion of climate – are you familiar with it? Maybe if you live in a large country like US, where you can experience rain in one place and, if you get tired of it, you can travel to a desert, arid and hot zone, or the ocean side, or climbing a mountain, or going down a canyon! What a wealth of diversity!   More...
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Cultural Misunderstandings
Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-07 07:32:44 (via www.rheinahrcampus.de)
This travelogue consists of an amalgam of impressions of different groups about a workshop which passed in Ireland. The opinions are so different, each emphasizing a different event like a training course or hiking experience, but are all as interesting.
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Banff National Park
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-07 07:29:05 (via www.cross-country-trips.com)
Hiking in the Banff National Park is a perfect family time spending. Not only that this is a very entertaining activity with spectacular side viewing and delicious food in the middle of the nature, but it also helps maintaining a good family spirit and gain unforgettable memories.
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On a Festival in Kyoto
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-07 07:24:06 (via www.worldtravelstories.com)
Kyoto is a city of a 1000 temples... Can you imagine? If you happen to witness a festival there you realize this is quite something. The traditional values of the Japanese culture are clearly present and integrated in the otherwise modern organized Japanese society.   More...
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Chased by an Elephant
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-07 07:16:05 (via www.worldtravelstories.com)
When on a safari tour, you would expect a lion to chase you, right, or a rhino, ok? But here is an elephant threatening to flip you truck over. Although all these wild life representatives seemed to ignore completely this human-in-their-vehicles intrusion in their private lives, this particular elephant decided he’s had enough…   More...
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West and Central Turkey: Mosques, churches, synagogues and temples
Submitted by ManjaB on 2007-03-06 12:31:08 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
A trip by car from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, to Turkey via Germany, Austria, Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria. In Turkey Istanbul, Izmir and Ankara are visited. The way back goes through Greece, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria and Germany back to Amsterdam. Wonderful!   More...
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