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Santa Prisca Church of Taxco
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-08 02:49:32 (via www.mexicodoc.com)
For those passionate about history, art and especially sculpture, this is a great article with detailed descriptions of almost every corner of Santa Prisca Church of Taxco - a treasure of architecture that provides a stunning example of the uniquely Mexican architectural style known as Churrigueresque. See also the pictures.
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Sirocco Roof Bar Restaurant
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-08 02:39:27 (via www.alexasigno.co.uk)
“Pretty breathtaking, jutting into the skyline of the city like the deck of a space ship with the entrancing glow of the Sky Bar. Its astonishing atmosphere is only a complement to its excellent cuisine... To add to this, the Sirocco bar is also one of Bangkok’s best live jazz venues, featuring international performers…” I want there!!!   More...
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My trip to Japan
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-08 01:08:06 (via www.dgolds.com)
This is a great trip to follow on with this people as they move from one place to another from the moment they left home to the moment then came back. I can’t explain how, but as I read it at my own pace, it felt as if I was there traveling along. Also, at the end there is a list of recommendations and unusual things to expect. Japan sounds cool!   More...
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In-water Adventure
Submitted by Amber on 2006-12-05 04:06:52 (via www.wired2theworld.com)
This is the part of the diving adventure in Honduras, that at one point almost became another page 12, small print headline, "American Woman Drowns Scuba Diving in Honduras", the navigation of the rusted El Aquila ship, the fun dolphin snorkeling experience and other, all ending with the long flight back - a comedy of errors! Indeed.
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Honduras Frickishness
Submitted by Amber on 2006-12-05 04:03:52 (via www.wired2theworld.com)
"There is nothing like an attempted mugging by a 5 year old to shake up your day" – unheard of! ‘T was also curious to get acquainted with the country roads, the driving on them, the trip to the butterfly farm, and other interesting things. To be continued… with the account on diving.
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A Remix on Paris…
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-05 01:36:18 (via www.lanceandeskimo.com)
…from DJ Paul. 'Tired of reading how remarkable is that place and spectacular is the other, or how horrible was my experience there and how disgusting was the food over there? Take a break, click, relax and get refreshed with a new arrangement. You’ll like the beat*
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El Volcano
Submitted by Amber on 2006-12-04 04:28:16 (via theregoesjohn.com)
I wondered what does a volcano crater look like, too. Now I know, but I also know that I don’t wanna end up ”running down the volcano, …without trees or shelter, amidst sliding rocks and lightning”, like John did… well, it wasn’t that bad. I’d do the same, except I’d insist on having a blanket, instead of stuffing my feet in my backpack to warm up.   More...
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I become a Pod Person
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-04 03:24:05 (via blogs.bootsnall.com)
How many spent their night in a capsule hotel? I didn’t, I NEED SPACE. Still, the deal is better than I’d imagined: every “capsule” has a TV and a radio in, there’s plenty of food, etc. Since I’ll visit Japan soon, I might give the Capsule Hotel a try. And space shouldn’t be an issue, if sumo-like folks manage to get a great night sleep there :).   More...
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Guess My Riddle
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-01 03:36:50 (via www.travelblog.org)
A fantastic place, where people are among the friendliest in the world and the island is alive with culture, energy and turmoil; a country with open-minded folk where you can experience countless wonders, where there are no rules and you can express yourself in any way you want, and where the local delicacy is dried mud! What is it? Any ideas?;O)   More...
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Who were Pedro Heredia and La India Catalina?
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-01 02:57:50 (via www.caribenet.com)
I found this pretty interesting piece of history on the larger-than-life bronze statues of a semi-naked Indian maiden that stands on a traffic island near Chambacu, and an equally impressive statue of a conquistador that stands in the Plaza de los Coches in Cartagena, Columbia. I’m sure there must be much more of these sights over there.
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