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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Whitewater Rafting on the Nile
Submitted by cleo on 2007-03-29 03:35:18 (via
The objective to whitewater rafting in Uganda seems to be simple: flip the raft as often as possible. Those who, especially, like rafting are going to love this article. It describes the event just as it was, including the instructions of the Scottish rafting guide, up to the point of preserving his accent. The last is funny enough in itself…   More...
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Chinatown, Singapore
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-23 08:22:32 (via
Singaporean people love good food, so good food is everywhere. Chinese, Indian, Malaysian food is sold at the every corner and most of the dishes cost far above 3 bugs. Desserts are also so delicious that even without being hungry you keep thinking about them.
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Food of Taiwan
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-23 08:02:03 (via
This is one of the amplest articles about Chinese food that I ever read. It is so detailed and tasteful looking that one may immediately want to taste almost everything described in it. Not in the same time, of course:). And as I am really a gourmand, I wish I had some free time to take a short run to Taipei, but, you know, responsibilities…Hmm!   More...
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Flight of the Phoenix
Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-23 07:53:02 (via
A trip of 240 km from Bangalore (India) to Yercaud and back on bikes can be a real adventure. Beautiful Indian temples, water falls similar to Niagara Falls, places with a high density of butterflies of different sizes and shapes, and lots of good memories makes the trip worth it every kilometer.   More...
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Riding Roadless
Submitted by cleo on 2007-03-23 07:08:20 (via
If you have a girlfriend, think twice before taking her along with you on such a bike trip… This is one of the most unusual It’s takes place in Mahrashtra and no other state boasts of the variety of roads as Maharashtra does… but in this case the Taoist saying "Journey is the reward, not the destination" is very true.
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Ballooning over Carhenge
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-23 06:48:59 (via
This article is a true inspiration. Have you ever thought to fly attached to…balloons? Well, someone already made it. And it is so impressive; a lot of white and yellow balloons filled with neon gas can be the most pleasant transportation mean. Considering the start and return point, the Carhenge in Nebraska, this makes it even most spectacular.
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Egypt: Wheelchair Scuba Diving
Submitted by christine on 2007-03-23 06:41:01 (via
The scope of this journey is as magnificent as the trip itself. 5 people in wheelchairs, members of the Handicapped Scuba Association's (HSA) made a tour to Egypt, the country at the edge of myth, history and modern times. The places are indeed splendid, and the whole article is very impressive.   More...
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Beyond The Pyramids
Submitted by cleo on 2007-03-23 04:30:38 (via
This article is a serene stroll in the beautiful and magnificent architecture of ancient Egypt. Each temple, each site, each carving backed with pieces of history and attractive pictures.
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A Fractured Rib
Submitted by Adele on 2007-03-16 09:11:14 (via
Never bike like this. Unless you really want to show off, racing with a train. This „tame” guy got a broken rib, but what mattered most at the moment was that the people on the train won’t see how he flipped over...
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Mystery Hill: America's Stonehenge?
Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-16 05:49:03 (via
Another world wonder: it’s in America and looks like the Stonehenge, but in a smaller variant. The main question is: who built it? The Native Americans living in the northeast before Europeans arrived didn't build in stone. The colonial farmers didn't arrive in the valley until 1730 and we know that construction must have been started before 1769.   More...
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