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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Eat a camel?
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-11 23:41:29 (via
I’m pretty gutsy by nature, but I’d need some good thinking before trying… camel meat. This article tries to point out camel meat is very eatable, despite the many myths regarding its salty and strong taste. Still, most expatriates are curious about camel meat but only a few ever try it. That sounds fair to me! ;)   More...
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Santa Prisca Church of Taxco
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-08 02:49:32 (via
For those passionate about history, art and especially sculpture, this is a great article with detailed descriptions of almost every corner of Santa Prisca Church of Taxco - a treasure of architecture that provides a stunning example of the uniquely Mexican architectural style known as Churrigueresque. See also the pictures.
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Who were Pedro Heredia and La India Catalina?
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-01 02:57:50 (via
I found this pretty interesting piece of history on the larger-than-life bronze statues of a semi-naked Indian maiden that stands on a traffic island near Chambacu, and an equally impressive statue of a conquistador that stands in the Plaza de los Coches in Cartagena, Columbia. I’m sure there must be much more of these sights over there.
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Lost fishermen found after 57 days
Submitted by lisa on 2006-12-01 00:42:42 (via
Drinking rain water and eating raw fish? No thanks. I couldn’t even do it for a day… Two fishermen lost in the Pacific did it for 57 days to survive, after bad weather prevented them from reaching their destination in an outboard motor. Unbelievable: none of the other fishermen who noticed them came to their aid! See what happened eventually.   More...
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Introduction to Thai Food
Submitted by christine on 2006-11-27 03:56:07 (via
30 years ago, most westerners confused Thailand with China or Taiwan. What is it that made Thailand famous and well-distinguished among other countries nowadays? You probably guessed… it’s the Thai food (having me as a great fan too). Here are some secrets about the Thai food and the way it’s served in its home country… I’m already hungry.   More...
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The Wildlife in Costa-Rica
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-23 04:47:25 (via
Here a glimpse of the wild-life in Costa Rica. Leaf-cutter ants, turkey vultures, macaws, beautiful stallions, white-faced monkeys, Iguanas and a cute baby three-toed sloth lost - a lot of interesting creatures, but what else can you expect, when in the jungle!   More...
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White water rafting on the Deerfield River
Submitted by bindero on 2006-11-23 00:52:15 (via
It’s amazing, the words in this article worked like hypnosis for me… I’m ready to do water rafting RIGHT NOW, and get my chance for plowing through the rapids. For a beginner like me, all I need is a good guide… I am more motivated try rafting than I was to graduate from college! You should read it too.
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From Roswell to Area 51
Submitted by bindero on 2006-11-22 02:08:09 (via
A two week excursion into the unknown sounds great to me! I admit I’ve been to all sorts of places, but I’ve never stepped inside an UFO museum. Moreover, I’ve slept in many hotels, but I’ve never stayed in a place called Little A’Le’Inn. And yes, that makes me think I missed a lot! Make sure you lock all the doors before reading this article.   More...
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Barracuda - Poetry in Motion
Submitted by Adele on 2006-11-21 05:01:09 (via
Silver pencil shapes, sleek, present, silent, motionless and suspended… and large unblinking eyes watch. There they were, about 10 feet from me… the school of 46. We watched each other. A gentle drift brought them closer… fairly unnerving. As I read it, I felt the tension rise inside. Poetic, but chilling.   More...
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The Carnival in Cusco and the Rafting on Urumamba
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-21 04:31:32 (via
Here you will find out what to expect if you plan to travel to Peru in February and you happen to visit Cusco city, or decide to go on a rafting tour on the wildest parts of Urumamba - I wouldn't dare do it in February. Brrr!
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