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Chartsworth Castle
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-15 01:06:54 (via athomewithfriends.blogspot.com)
I was always fascinated with old castles – I guess it’s because of the fairytales I loved to read in childhood. When visiting one I especially look for the hidden stair that leads to a secret room. It seems so mysterious and I am so curious;o) Reading about the Chartsworth Castle and seeing the pictures, I thought it a very cool place to visit!
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A Glimpse of Kabul, Afghanistan
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-13 02:04:45 (via www.adb.org)
Have you ever been to a weird city, where dusty streets play host to scores of bearded men with intense stares, blue wraiths in ankle-length burkas, steely-eyed children and crippled old men whose eyes bespoke hunger and cold? Try Kabul, Afghanistan. Despite all these, it still gives great stories for travelers to tell! Like this one.
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Lake Maninjau
Submitted by christine on 2006-12-13 02:02:17 (via www.ourreallybigadventure.com)
Ok, think about a place that reflects the sky and surrounding crater in the most beautiful way during daytime and brings up lake monsters in the night time. In other words, here’s a great travelogue about Lake Maninjau in Indonesia, where you could find Internet Café’s even in those peaceful surroundings. To navigate on the web, of course…
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Cocos and Christmas Islands
Submitted by pablo on 2006-12-13 02:00:04 (via www.globosapiens.net)
Think of an island with 120 million of enormous red crabs covering it. As much as you don’t want to harm the creatures (it’s also forbidden), it’s hardly avoidable especially when driving. That’s a lot of crabs at one place… I wonder who counted them all :). Besides that, diving, snorkelling & fishing are all available “for public consume”. Enjoy.
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Eat a camel?
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-11 23:41:29 (via blogs.bootsnall.com)
I’m pretty gutsy by nature, but I’d need some good thinking before trying… camel meat. This article tries to point out camel meat is very eatable, despite the many myths regarding its salty and strong taste. Still, most expatriates are curious about camel meat but only a few ever try it. That sounds fair to me! ;)   More...
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“I am Eating Absurd Amounts of Felafal”
Submitted by lisa on 2006-12-11 23:38:57 (via www.jordanklein.us)
I must be really torn in order to get to the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, and leave my ATM receipt there, instead of a peace note I have written for one of my relatives. Well, this article’s author did it, and it was really fun to read about it. Still, I’m not sure what the title has to do with the rest of the article. Can anyone enlighten me?:)   More...
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The Voodoo Lands of Togo and Benin
Submitted by pablo on 2006-12-11 23:36:26 (via www.xenophilia.net)
I’ve surely heard about voodoo, and I would’ve certainly loved to use it on some people (ha), but I’ve never assisted to a real voodoo ceremony. Now I know I shouldn’t miss my chance to do it if I ever go to Africa. And if I get to visit with the King himself, like this article’s author did, I can consider myself a happy traveler:).   More...
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The Great Race Row of New Zealand - Aotearoa(1)
Submitted by lisa on 2006-12-11 23:34:21 (via www.c-weng.com)
For those interested in the life of the Maori people in New Zealand, see this article. No worry, there’s no way to get bored while reading it: it’s the type of article that puts you to thinking. How could it not happen when everything’s taking place in a stunningly beautiful landscape of fjords, alpine lakes, waterfalls and temperate rain forests?   More...
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Norwegian New Year
Submitted by roxy on 2006-12-11 23:32:14 (via www.indiatravelogue.com)
Norway is my favorite winter country since I visited it in 2005. Reading this article gave me the feeling I never left that place, and I’m still hanging out skiing, having an amazing Norwegian breakfast and most of all – spending New Year with the great, friendly, Norwegian people. No matter how far away from home you are, you feel welcomed there…   More...
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An Island of Paramount Architectural Beauty
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-08 03:36:58 (via www.heartspace.org)
I only saw pics of Taj Mahal and since sculpture and architecture fascinate me more then painting, I definitely though of it as a jewel of proportion. Reading a first hand account gave me a more real idea of it and it’s surroundings: it’s truly an incomparable beauty, but in the midst of an, unfortunately, filthy area...   More...
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