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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Fishing in the Caribbean
Submitted by bindero on 2008-06-17 09:02:06 (via
"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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Sea Kayaking with Orcas in Canada
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-05-28 17:15:51 (via
My week sea kayaking with orcas on a fully guided tour with Sea Kayak Adventures, Inc. By Matt Davidson
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Sailing through history
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-12-02 01:22:48 (via
What makes Turkey such a great place for travelling? Peter Sommer looks at what makes Turkey so special, and takes a gulet cruise along the coast to explore the landscapes steeped in history.
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Canoeing down the Zambezi River
Submitted by roxy on 2007-05-31 05:40:21 (via
It may seem funny, but in the end it was not: “Begin the day with an elephant charge. We startled this big bull elephant and he returned the favor by stomping within 10 feet of us. Our adrenaline day continued in the afternoon with a hippo attack. Without warning, a hippo flared out of the water, bit and flipped over the third canoe of our group”.
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Travelogue of Desert Festival Tour 2006
Submitted by bindero on 2007-05-29 10:53:16 (via
Have you ever hear of the "the world's most remote music festival,"? Well, it is located in Western Sahara and is organized by Tuareg nomadic tribespeople - featuring mainly the fascinating music of the region. Men can be delighted with women singing in the distance, while women can watch handsome turbaned Tuareg men showing off their best camels.   More...
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A Chocolate Adventure From Bean to Bar
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-24 06:42:01 (via
The famous chocolate factory and the chocolate museum in Cologne greats tourists with the fragrance of chocolate when they walk through the door. Martin, the marketing manager of the factory, describes chocolate as a “luxurious” beverage that leaves one “in a nice mood,” as opposed to coffee which he says is a “violent way to begin the day.”   More...
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Driving the Denali Highway
Submitted by cleo on 2007-05-18 09:44:45 (via
On the Denali Highway I had found the "real" Alaska: a place where nature is in full control. Mankind is but a footnote. Only the presence of the dusty, pebble-strewn highway stretching into the distance gives any hint that men had ever set foot on this remote landscape…Fresh air, blue skies, mountains in every direction and not a soul around.
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The Loire Valley
Submitted by christine on 2007-05-17 11:09:58 (via
he Loire Valley has a spectacular landscape, but the most attractive are its castles, disseminated all over the valley. They are real pearls of France, the indicators of wealth, power and celebrity of their lords.
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Holy Week & Pascha
Submitted by bindero on 2007-05-17 11:07:00 (via
The monasteries in Meteora, Greece, are truly spectacular. Perched on fantastic pillars or rock rising at the edge of the plain, they are a great tourist attraction as well, which is not favorable for the local monks. In winter, when the stream of tourists gets lower, the monks get more peace, and more of the visitors might be genuine pilgrims.
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The Real Work Begins
Submitted by Amber on 2007-05-16 11:29:52 (via
“…a group of young Mexican women, awkwardly trying to flirt with me. It reminded me of high school, except for the fact that no one actually tried to flirt with me when I was in high school…” Strange feelings, although this is the continuation of the biking trip in the previous article.
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