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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Sailing is a Life of Extremes
Submitted by Adele on 2007-04-05 07:44:03 (via
The journey is a process, and sometimes that process is miserable. What do you do when sailing in the middle of the ocean and a storm hits you? It’s completely uncontained and uncontrolled: the clouds are violent, the rain drops - massive, like coins pounding noisily on the bow, and you have a lightning rod (called a mast) attached to you.   More...
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Alaska: Suicidal Salmon
Submitted by Adele on 2007-04-05 07:30:33 (via
This is an adventurous fishing experience in Alaska. One fish promised to curse them, if they don’t throw it back into the sea… and it was odd looking, too. I’m very curious actually what kind of fish is that? Maybe somebody can identify it from the picture?   More...
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A Close Shave
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-03-30 09:30:51 (via
This is a funny attempt at rafting on the most technically difficult commercially rafted rapid in the world. There’s a four meter waterfall and sharp rocks at the bottom. Good thing this guy ended up with the sole of one of his sandal ripped off only.   More...
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Bob Burns Summer 2002 Rail Travelogue
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-30 08:34:13 (via
Life in motion – that would be the motto of the following article. This article describes a life from a different perspective, nights in hotels, but days in the trains where the windows serve as the most captivating spectacle. Here the notion of time loses its meaning and everything resumes at the notion of space and sensations.
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Provence/Languedoc Travelogue
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-30 08:16:27 (via
A pilgrimage of two weeks in the beautiful south of France: Provence, Lanquedoque, Marseille, a perfect combination of spiritual recharging and researching, and captivating side seeing of picturesque regions.
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St. Croix -the Gay Virgin Island
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-30 08:07:54 (via
We were going snorkeling in the Caribbean’s azure waters around the U.S. Virgin Islands. Our sailboat carried three lesbian couples and a male gay-friendly skipper. Lucky coincidence? Not at all. An article about agents who use gay friendly tour operators to ensure that their guests feel comfortable on the tour and are treated well in all respects.
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To the Top of Africa
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-30 07:29:02 (via
Fifteen minutes on the summit of Kilimanjaro is worth the five days climb, with a storm threatening to wipe you off the top. While Ngorongoro crater is actually home to numerous elephants, giraffe, lions, buffalo, gazelle, and countless species of birds - a petri-dish of big game… No comments on the travel services.   More...
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With the Masses on the Mekong
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-30 07:15:05 (via
A “cruise” of 140 people on a boat of 80 in Laos… doesn’t look so attractive. Yet, everybody finds something to enjoy him or herself by reading books or taking pictures of the landscape that seems not to be changing so often. But after all, the tourism in Laos is a phenomenon itself that is worth to be experienced.
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Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-30 07:10:50 (via
I bet you don’t know many aspects of the African Savannah. The author of this article had many chances to observe the life of the animals from the perspective not shown on the TV channels. And no matter if the wild animals kill him, he has his camera and he will make the best shots. He will say “Cheeese, Brother Lion. Click! Click!”
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Elephant Encounter
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-29 04:48:26 (via
Did you hear about elephants attacking people? I thought they eat grass. If an elephant is coming on you, is a tent the best safety shelter?.. Anyways, that might happen when in the midst of African wildlife.   More...
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