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The Mysteries of Guatemala
Submitted by Adele on 2006-11-21 01:42:18 (via www.geocities.com)
Reading this all of a sudden you brake from reality and are taken back into the far past of a mysterious culture. Except it’s the now-a-day Guatemala: in the subterranean burial chambers you will hear chanting echoing through the tunnels and the smell of candle wax fills the air, while the natives perform a... sacrifice. Unbelievable!
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From Hungary to allover Romania to Spain
Submitted by cleo on 2006-11-17 02:11:32 (via realtravel.com)
This is a pretty long, but very entertaining account on a bike tour from Hungary trough it’s awesome Budapest, then crisscrossing all over Romania’s old cities and beautiful landscapes and ending up in the gorgeous city of Sevilla, Spain. All this filled with many pleasant and less pleasant surprises, like the robbery at the Turkish baths and more.
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Limska Draga Bike Tour
Submitted by cleo on 2006-11-17 01:25:41 (via www.trekearth.com)
This looks like a bicycle tour in the country side of Croatia. I found it attractive: kazuns (small, round shepherd shelters) along the road, the picturesque town of Tinjan with macadam roads, the ascending and descending cart-roads on the slopes of the beautiful Limska Draga valley. Hmm… so many different roads!
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A Medieval Jewel in the Baltics
Submitted by Adele on 2006-11-16 01:26:14 (via realtravel.com)
A fabulous historical account on Tallinn city and this said by one not so much fond of history. It describes the picturesque edifices, the eccentric medieval-style traditional Estonian cuisine, the grueling climb up a spiraling stone staircase and the ex-KGB headquarters, all enhanced with old captivating stories that send chills down your spine.
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Cycling in Belgium and The Netherlands
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-15 04:28:58 (via www.slowtrav.com)
This lady describes the wonderful biking she enjoyed along canals, crossed rivers, lakes on ferries, old-fashioned windmills and even seeing an old castle. The extent of the bike paths and bike lanes in The Netherlands (and Belgium too) is truly astounding. I was also impressed with the huge bicycle parking lots – this must be The Land of Cycling!
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Diving With Elephants
Submitted by bindero on 2006-11-13 03:48:32 (via www.sharkeyscuba.com)
I can’t believe how special diving can get these days: Thailand has an underwater park to attract divers after the tsunami. That implies 3-meter elephants, real buildings, and statues. And if that’s not pleasing enough, you eventually get to explore the reef-ality – unique marine specimens for complete fun!   More...
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New Zealand Bicycle Tour
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-13 03:22:30 (via www.wholeo.net)
Here is an impressive account of a bicycle tour passing by wild papayas, picking up fallen green or worm riddled mangoes, the remarkable enterprise of growing kiwi fruit and a lot of other curiosities on the way. Wow! Bicycling can truly be a lot of fun, especially in such a fabulous country like New Zealand. It really inspired me to try it.
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Diving in Okinawa
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-09 03:08:23 (via www.jahitchcock.com)
One of the best diving spots considered with personal service provided, incredibly soft corals and triggerfish trying to look angry and dangerous. However, the danger of this sport doesn’t come from the sea life in the ocean, but from the fellow divers who don’t take it seriously, pulling silly jokes on you.
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Caribbean Cameroonian Cuisine
Submitted by Adele on 2006-11-09 02:35:32 (via realtravel.com)
What do Cameroonians prefer to eat and what are you to expect if you happened to be invited at a dinner party while down there? But what if you are giving the party? Maybe adding some spices from another part of the world will be a delicious challenge to try, like Kkeels did? It was interesting to read her experiments and the outcome.
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Trans Mongolia Express
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-09 01:42:33 (via www.magicphotoworld.com)
How would you feel to almost miss the famous Trans Siberian Express because of not being quite fluent in Russian? That’s what a pair of English speaking tourists had to experience before getting to Mongolia, a country of beauty and marvelous scenery. Read about their journey in a train that appeared to host more boxes than people.   More...
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