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The Himalayan Diary
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:37:20 (via www.uttaranchal.org.uk)
Is it the physical step or the step taken in the mind? A journey to the Himalayas is so different from other journeys. Any other journey may or may not be a pilgrimage, but a journey to the Himalayas transforms itself into a pilgrimage, somewhere, somehow.
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In the Footsteps of Norse Kings by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:32:56 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
I couldn't believe what confronted me as I crested the rise. Two moose, a mother and her calf, blocked my pathway. Surprising, yes? But that incident was typical of the adventure and super-natural surprises I discovered on my recent 400-mile trek along the St. Olav's Way in Norway…" by Brandon Wilson   More...
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The Via Francigena: Trekking the Path to Paradise by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:28:34 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
"In the entire world, reportedly, there were three roads to Paradise. The first is the Camino de Santiago across northern Spain. This has been trekked by millions of faithful for centuries. But in second position and gaining in popularity is the Via Francigena (The Frankish Route) from Canterbury to Rome…"
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CAMINO de SANTIAGO: Walking Across Spain by Brandon Wilson
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-11-03 14:24:30 (via www.pilgrimstales.com)
If the idea of exploring Europe is met by a "been there, done that" response, think again. There’s a unique option whose concept started long before the advent of those whirlwind package tours. Walk the Camino de Santiago across Spain for an intimate exploration of a country steeped in natural beauty, art, history and faith…"   More...
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Agra City Travel Tour Information
Submitted by priyasingh34 on 2008-10-14 04:39:18 (via www.buzzle.com)
The Taj is one of the most well conserved and architecturally gorgeous tombs in the world, one of the masterpieces of Indian Muslim structural design, and one of the enormous sites of the world's heritage.
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Goa City Travel Tour Information
Submitted by priyasingh34 on 2008-10-14 04:36:50 (via www.buzzle.com)
Goa with its tourist petition for youthful and old similar is celebrated for its beaches, river cruises, water and adventure sports, churches, and negligent civilization.
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Red Stag Hunting
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-09 10:36:31 (via www.dandrsports.com)
Mike Malek shares his experience hunting Red Stag in Argentina. If you've ever considered hunting abroad, or you just like a good hunting story, this is a must-read!   More...
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Route 66: Travelling the Main Street of America
Submitted by traveloscopy on 2008-08-01 19:57:34 (via monolith.com.au)
Most roads go places; Route 66 just is.
It’s a community. The first mile through downtown Chicago is as much your destination as the last mile to Santa Monica pier.
Route 66 is not about concrete and tarmac, it’s about people - their hopes and dreams, their battles won and lost.   More...
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Black Sea, brown bottoms
Submitted by bindero on 2008-06-25 07:14:06 (via www.nmayhew.demon.co.uk)
According to the author of the article, the Black Sea has great potential to become a prosperous naturist industry region. Haven't heard much about it while being there, but I would love tp go back and enjoy some freedom.   More...
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Fishing in the Caribbean
Submitted by bindero on 2008-06-17 09:02:06 (via www.santabanta.com)
"Although I am a fishing aficionado, the question flashed across my mind: “am I destined to be unsuccessful once again?”." But it wasn't the case. Read further to get to a rewarding ending.
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