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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Along the American Sahara - Cactus, CA
Submitted by pablo on 2007-02-02 05:34:54 (via www.riverearth.com)
From the oldest times horses have been the best friends of a human. Bernie, the author of this article knows it very well, as he crossed the US accompaniated by… two horses. Here comes the story of a mule standing in the center of the world, about the Wild West activity of skinning coyote dogs, and the concerts of saguaro cactus.   More...
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A Road Marked with Kindness
Submitted by Adele on 2007-01-25 01:44:19 (via tripsource.com)
How nice! This is what's so great about traveling. Generally, people are very hospitable and ready to help. At least that was my experience so far;O)   More...
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Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska
Submitted by pablo on 2007-01-24 02:04:32 (via www.amwest-travel.com)
This article really inspired me. Alaska landscape is one of the most remote and unspoiled wildernesses in the world. It is a place where it’s still possible to go "where no one has gone before". A visit to the park is generally a true "expedition". Personally, to me Alaska is the end of the world, but I would like to visit it. Would like the idea?
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New York City
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-27 04:28:33 (via www.sauntering.com)
Click USA from the list, then New York City and read about the strangest, and perhaps most magical thing about New York, then there is the Guggenheim museum, that now looks like a giant toilet bowl, then the ethnic pockets scattered throughout: China Town, Little Korea, Little Italy and all of West Side Story live here. It was fun to read.
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We Invade a Stranger's Home in Juneau
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-22 02:51:51 (via www.ericandjoan.com)
Are all Alaskans like this - I was impressed with the simplicity, openness and hospitality of this man. Have you ever hosted strangers, without even being home? And what experience can be described as fantastically scary? :O}Maybe... canoeing in Alasca.
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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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Abandoned Dwellings in New Mexico
Submitted by roxy on 2006-11-24 01:35:20 (via www.walkaboutgalleries.com)
A good photographer makes many sacrifices, like waking up early to be ready for hopefully a spectacular sunrise, climbing all sorts of dangerous stairs to hit upon the perfect position for a photo shooting, and most importantly, finding a great location for it all. I recommend the Chaco Canyon in New Mexico as an amazing one! Wanna know why?...   More...
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