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Ibiza and Pamplona Travelogue and Party
Submitted by lisa on 2006-12-20 02:35:40 (via www.pubclub.com)
There’s no secret: Ibiza is known as the best party spot on the glob. So here we are, a bunch of Californians go to Ibiza - from one beach to another- to party day and night (most clubs open at 2 a.m., and last till next morning). It’s a fun place to visit for party people, and an interesting one to read about for the rest of us :)
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Austin
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-20 02:34:04 (via www.globosapiens.net)
Keep Austin Weird - that’s a really strange slogan for a place, isn’t it? This report describes the capital of Texas and its main attractions and features. Austin’s got a fair explanation to being called weird: the 50.000 students living in 16 campuses at the University of Texas had taken over the city! Imagine the outcome…
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Berlin
Submitted by guided on 2006-12-16 01:25:46 (via www.oldworldwandering.com)
Rain crashed on the tin roof of a small caravan dispensing draught beer. Claire and I huddled beneath it, sipping Becks from refundable plastic cups. Dance music thumped from neat piles of speakers lining both sides of Strasse des 17 Juni, played by DJs now frantically trying to cover their equipment.   More...
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UluRu - Most Unusual
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-15 03:24:59 (via www.traveladdicts.connectfree.co.uk)
Wow ! So many things to learn about yet! Some pieces of this rock look like rusted metal. This is a very unusual site. I would have climbed this too, so that I can at least say I did that. These guys are real travel addicts ;O) I wish I could do the same, ‘cause I looooovvvvvee traveling! and I love these traveladdicts.
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Oxford
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-15 03:00:12 (via www.oldworldwandering.com)
Ever heard of Oxford? Of course, who didn’t? Well, many still… but that’s not what I want to say. These guys visited Oxford and can tell you what this is actually like. They even managed to sneak into a few lectures, and get an idea of the standard of Oxford’s educational culture plus other particularities like beer and nightclubs…
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Japan Mount
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-15 02:55:12 (via thinrope.net)
At the end of this story I simply laughed. This man is crazy. “You hear me Kalin? You are crazy. And funny.” I like to do crazy things to, but not that crazy! Ok, people, did you know about the Japanese Alps? I didn’t until I read this story. It’s funny, although incomplete… Is there a happy end to it?
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Her Name is Nagat
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-15 02:50:48 (via soly.st)
Cairo with its maze of streets and lanes, its quarters and bazaars is like a labyrinth invented by ancient storytellers. Cairo is like an ancient lady who has lived a thousand years or more, who has seen power come and go.., but there is another great thing she saw - something that leaves anybody bewildered…
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Australian Wildlife
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-15 02:36:34 (via www.traveladdicts.connectfree.co.uk)
I remember learning in school that in Australia you can find animals that are nowhere else on earth, but that touched me little. Reading this account by Christ and Lina gave me a real picture of the wildlife there. How fun – you walk along and here is a kangaroo peeping at you from among the bushes. You think: “What sort of creature is this?”
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Arthropods and Insects
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-15 02:33:40 (via www.caldrin.de)
What are the small inhabitants of Bermuda? Let’s see, going there you’ll find guys who build webs, but not web-programmers, red crabs that don’t mind sacrificing an arm just to get rid of you, tough coackroaches which are the kind of animal that can make a full grown student flee in panic when noticed, aaa! as well as other impressive arthropods;)
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Istanbul
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-15 02:27:23 (via www.cockeyed.com)
I’ve heard Istanbul is a very beautiful city to visit, but didn’t have a chance yet. The Topkapi palace with its large collection of Chinese ceramics, a sacred relics area, a Treasury, the Harem, an armory and a garden with a view of the Sea of Marmara is one of the wonderful things. But there is more…
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