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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Backpacking
Submitted by Jebaloo on 2009-02-03 08:56:42 (via www.cheapflights.co.uk)
This brill travel tip explains the best way to spend the lowest possible amount on buying flyings for a backpacking tour. It also includes advice on when it is best to fly, and how best to search for those flights. All important when you're trying to be as economical as possible with your flight purchases.
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What Every Beginner Should Know About Skiing
Submitted by anacaona on 2009-01-22 04:13:30 (via www.hostelbloggers.com)
One of the great lingering myths of travel today is that ski holidays are the domain of the elite. But while skiing does brings a certain air of exclusivity, the inflated prices of the headlining resorts are simply not indicative of the average cost of a ski holiday.
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The world's 10 best ski hostels
Submitted by anacaona on 2009-01-16 09:12:28 (via www.timesonline.co.uk)
If the credit crunch and the euro have put the slammers on your ski holiday plans this season, there is help at hand.
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Top 10 Diving Destinations Worldwide
Submitted by Jebaloo on 2009-01-15 04:45:41 (via www.cheapflights.co.uk)
The best diving sites around the world. For some, snorkelling around a shallow reef is gratifying enough; but for those who have experienced the exhilaration of being submerged at the bottom of an endless ocean – the feeling is euphoric...
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About Cambodia, Algeria, Morocco, Greece, Cuba, India, Egypt, Yemen, Birma
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-27 10:30:02 (via www.nextdada.be)
There is another reality. Far away from the worry and stress of everyday life. Fresh air, peace and tranquility. The feeling of owning your own time. If just for a short while.
Travel is a basic human urge. A chance to discover something new about ourselves and others. The sense of adventure or wonder is not something that died with Marco Polo!
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Bike Trip through the North of Spain
Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-01 04:09:09 (via translate.google.com)
Here I wrote all the situations and events happened during the trip I realized cycling from San Sebastian to a town near my grandma's village in Soria.

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REPLICA CIRCUMNAVIGATES INDONESIA TO THE CARIBBEAN
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-20 18:18:08 (via songlinecruises.com)
In January 2009 the 38m replica priate vessel KLM Pearl will start a voyage from Indonesia her new home in the Caribbean at the Bucrament Bay Resort. Follow the voyage via the internet.
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Along the Templar Trail to Jerusalem by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 15:07:18 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
In 2006, two men set off an inspiring 4200-kilometer peace walk from France to Jerusalem across 11 countries and two continents. Witness the powerful testimony of courage, generosity and non-violence, proving that, yes, we can make a difference.
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Gorilla Stalk, Volcano Walk by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:50:04 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
As their “dream” safari from London to Cape Town turns into a nightmare, one couple sets off alone upon a daring odyssey to discover Africa’s heart and soul. This excerpt provides an intimate look at tracking mountain gorillas of the Congo (with permission from Dead Men Don't Leave Tips by Brandon Wilson)   More...
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Asian Travel Diary
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:44:58 (via www.whatrain.com)
I am on the jet now. I am on the left side behind the wing. Not much leg room here. Most of the people boarding this plane are Chinese and they are all speaking in their native language. There are also quite a few Caucasian people on this plane. I’m already getting culture shock. The announcements are given in both English and Chinese. Fifteen hour difference between San Francisco and China. We were moving a minute ago. They are still giving announcements.
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