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Mongolia & Trans-Siberian Train
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-02-02 08:12:10 (via www.cristytrembly.com)
This is a quite unsurprising, at least for me, experience in a former sovietic country. Although today things have changed. On the trains you get sort of the same kind of service and asistence as when traveling by plane. With all the shocking moments, there are many remarkable places worth seeing.
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The Balkan Bash
Submitted by roxy on 2007-02-02 08:09:02 (via www.allystrip.com)
“Crazed Croats, impersonated journalists, brawls, extremists, cliff diving and of course a Bosnian nymphomaniac. Who would have thought in the Balkans would be so much fun?” Yeah, I cannot find other words to describe this article but funny and somehow exotic. Why? You don’t walk every day in a rally for sustaining the Communist Party:).   More...
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Fort Clatsop & Oregon Coast
Submitted by christine on 2007-02-02 08:04:48 (via danfingerman.com)
Like travelling and driving? You are not the one. Here I have found an interesting article about visiting the Crater Lake in Portland, which is very original by its geological history; and the impressions while driving on the route 138, which is absolutelly stright for about 30 miles. I was impressed!
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A Paradise of Peace and Quiet
Submitted by bindero on 2007-02-02 08:00:28 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
I can hardly express my feelings after reading this article. It made me dream about the sweet happines and harmony in a beautiful world without deadlines and stresses. It’s about Bohemia, where “wooded hills alternate with rolling grainfields. Hundreds of ponds are scattered over the landscape and every few miles you pass by a picturesque village.”   More...
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Kyvan's Southeast Asia Adventure
Submitted by lisa on 2007-02-02 07:11:19 (via www.break-fresh-ground.com)
“Within this region of the northernmost point of Vietnam, there are numerous hilltribes living simple lives in environments of immense beauty. These people are the ethnic minorities of Vietnam, with their own cultures and languages, customs and clothing.” And they have adorable little babies in the world, with messy little faces and big fat cheeks.
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Hopkins Trip West, 2004
Submitted by pablo on 2007-02-02 07:00:40 (via www.runnerduck.com)
A trip for a month in a motor house from Virginia to the Pacific Ocean, that’s outstanding! It’s quite a long story but it’s worth reading it. The Sequoia Park, the Yellowstone Natural Park, the Devil's Tower, and the Mount Rushmore are just a few of their objectives.
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The Serengeti Travelogue
Submitted by pablo on 2007-02-02 06:28:03 (via travel.sulekha.com)
Serengeti – the safari paradise! On a teritory as big as Holland you can find four out of ’big five’ animals. “Serengeti will easily make it to anybody's list of top five natural wonders of the world. I don't think there are that many places in the world where you could shoo away hyenas and lions during dinner time!”
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Raj Ghat, The Heart and Soul of India
Submitted by christine on 2007-02-02 06:15:51 (via www.heartspace.org)
It’s amazing to see how different religious places or events, apparently not likely to affect persons not involved in, brings people to tears or to deep emotions. This happened to the author of this article, who has visited the tomb of Gandhi in New Delhi. I must confess, I was touched too just by reading this article.
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Albania Travelogue
Submitted by roxy on 2007-02-02 06:07:37 (via www.cjseymour.plus.com)
Tired of the most popular travel destinations? Then don’t go in there! Unless you are an US or former USSR citizen, you can go to Albania. Yeah, sounds pretty exotic, but be prepared for no hot water in the morning and toilets that don’t flush. If you can skip these small details it can be pretty interesting!   More...
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North Bengal
Submitted by lisa on 2007-02-02 05:53:55 (via www.sramanamitra.com)
“If we have to be poor, we prefer being poor in a place like this. Poverty here is both poetic and picturesque, not heart-breaking, nor revolting as in the slums of Bombay or Calcutta”. This is about the villages in the Himalayans. And indeed, what can be more romantic than meet the New Year in a cottage in Himalaya Mountains?
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