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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
St. Kitts: Life is Good
Submitted by christine on 2007-07-27 03:08:39 (via www.gonomad.com)
“In St. Kitts, there's plenty of time to get your feet wet, have a locally brewed beer and some fried conch fritters and make it in time for happy hour. 80 degrees, sunny weather, beautiful ocean, friendly people - everything you would expect on a tropical island...” ahh, this inspiring article has made me regret spending my summer not in St.Kitts   More...
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In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-26 16:24:24 (via www.petersommer.com)
The story of one young man's 2,000 mile walk and archaeological adventure across Turkey retracing the route of Alexander the Great.   More...
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A trip to the Falkland Islands
Submitted by lisa on 2007-07-26 03:59:37 (via www.gyford.com)
Imagine having the life of soap characters. That's not unreal if you're in the Falklands. At times, living there feels like being in the enclosed social world of a soap opera: cute houses, quiet roads, no advertising and tight social connections. Neglecting the price of getting there, the Falklands are a drastic way to escape the real world.
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Guyana - To The Interior
Submitted by roxy on 2007-07-25 03:11:21 (via www.travelblog.org)
Unwritten Travel Rule no.1: if you really want to see a country, avoid the tourist destinations and search for authenticity beyond their borders. When it comes to Guyana, for nature-lovers it means experiencing local friendliness, meeting Otters, catching Caimen, nest-raiding and fishing. It was easy for them to get adventurous.   More...
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San Felipe's Anghalo Falls
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-24 03:54:09 (via coconuter.blogspot.com)
Before my accident, we were able to go exploring again in northern Zambales. This time, we roamed through the outskirts of San Felipe, the fourth and northernmost San of the consecutive "Four Sans" (San Felipe, San Narciso, San Antonio, San Marcelino). Within the depths of the jungle we hoped to find the little known Anghalo Falls.
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Rue Cler: A Slice of Real Life in Everyday Paris
Submitted by cmaingue on 2007-07-23 18:54:27 (via www.circatours.com)
For immersion in Parisian culture, Rue Cler is one of my favorite places. Located between the Invalides and the Champs de Mars, it is an easy stroll to the Eiffel Tower. This neighborhood street is where real Parisians do their shopping and eat out.   More...
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Nomads Of Ararat - Return To The Mountain
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-23 18:02:44 (via polosbastards.com)
A wonderful article about a race of semi-nomadic folk, who live around the slopes of the biblical Mount Ararat, in East Turkey. I find it amazing that such people and their traditional existences can be found in such touristy places as Turkey, and yet remain so totally invisible to anybody that doesn't go right out of their way to look closer.   More...
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Leaky Condos
Submitted by pablo on 2007-07-23 04:33:59 (via www.break-fresh-ground.com)
“When you think of Uruguay what do you think of? If "not much" comes to mind then you would be in the majority. “ I don't know whether to be happy or sad for being in the majority. But hopefully, by reading this enjoyable report of some curious experience in the land of vintage cars, fields, cows, leaky condos and mate I rectified the situation ;)   More...
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Yemen - Detained
Submitted by roxy on 2007-07-23 03:20:27 (via www.polosbastards.com)
Middle East's cultural peculiarity is not only about men showing affection to men. Imagine being detained in Yemen. Knowing their language may enable you to dare hoping for salvation...but this hardly helps and you will end up anyway starving in a dirty cell. I absolutely enjoyed this ironical narrative of 6 hours of suspense and adventures...   More...
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Wow man, OMAN!
Submitted by christine on 2007-07-20 03:55:37 (via www.whereisjennifer.com)
What is the first thing that comes into your mind when you think about Oman? Leave aside the lugubrious thoughts of Al-Qaeda training camps and think about absolutely stunning coastlines, beautiful rugs and amazing rides on dhows, being surrounded by playful dolphins generating awe and amazement...This article is just so inspiring...   More...
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