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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Hawaii Impressions
Submitted by Adele on 2007-05-14 03:06:07 (via www.biz2web.com)
“Luxurious flowers and tropical trees were everywhere. There was a profusion of color and beauty that filled our senses. Birds of paradise… the flowing palms and the huge banyan trees… volcanic activity… Hawaiian dancing and singing…” That’s Hawaii and this isn’t just a report of what they did, but rather sharing their impression.   More...
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Damascus
Submitted by guided on 2007-05-12 01:16:15 (via www.oldworldwandering.com)
It was a crisp, cool morning, and Star Crossed Lovers café – where we had drunk our last chai the night before – was already awake. Wooden tree stumps were laid out in the spreading sunlight and the café’s dwarfish owner, wild curls on his balding head, noticed us immediately.
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Getting in Italy
Submitted by bindero on 2007-05-11 05:56:38 (via www.wideweirdworld.com)
Traveling through Italy by train… just fast enough to see many cities in a relatively short period of time and slow enough to make an impression of those cities. This way, you can be proud that you may make a difference between 2 different cities like a real expert. After accessing the link, go to "the route" in the left side of the page.
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Faroe Islands - Travelogue
Submitted by bindero on 2007-05-11 05:43:44 (via www.wideweirdworld.com)
“The boat ride was amazing, along towering cliffs crowded with all kinds of birds, and sometimes even a sheep on an apparently unreachable spot of grass. After the tour I started walking up the mountain along the hiking track to Saksun.” I adore this typical landscape of the Faroe Islands. Remote land that offers quiet and relaxation! (go to travelogue after aceesing the link)
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Faroe Islands
Submitted by pablo on 2007-05-11 05:32:54 (via www.globosapiens.net)
”Situated in the heart of the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic halfway between Scotland and Iceland, the Faroe Islands are almost unknown part of Europe. Extremely beautiful landscape - that's what attracts here the tourist”. The unknown is always attractive!
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The Latin American Suicide Shower
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-11 04:42:44 (via journals.worldnomads.com)
“Some areas of the world have particular things that define them, and although a good idea they are only found in one continent or region and nowhere else. This even applies to electrical appliances and for Central America one of the defining bathroom fixtures is the Suicide Shower”. More about this? Then this article is for you:)
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The New India
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-11 04:38:53 (via journals.worldnomads.com)
The India’s “WOW” factor drives people no matter how many times they visited it before. “Even in the centre of the cities you can see people that looked like they’ve just walked out of the Old Testament. Drivers can and do pull out into the road, even major highways, without a signal or even bothering to look in their mirror”. Sounds promising:).   More...
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Planet Baobab
Submitted by christine on 2007-05-11 04:36:31 (via www.knoware.co.uk)
The "mud hut" chalets, basic but comfortable, grass huts, very basic, with a mud floor, hammock bed, and no windows or "en suite”, the mosquitoes are all the beauties of the Tanzanian common village. It is so basic, so archaically set up, and still, there are so many people willing to visit those remote places.
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Kariba Dam
Submitted by christine on 2007-05-11 04:31:03 (via www.knoware.co.uk)
Here comes an article about the beauty of the Tanzanian landscape and typical adventure movies motifs telling about people trying to cross borders by boats, but not knowing yet about the famous dams on the Zambian river. Also, it is a story about the cutest little crocodiles grown in the Tanzanian crocodile farms:).
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I'm in Paris!
Submitted by bindero on 2007-05-11 04:28:15 (via www.nerdgrrl.org)
Even though they live in one of the fashion capitals of the world, Parisians themselves don't dress particularly well. For example, one would think that, with their proximity to Italy, they'd have better shoes. Barcelonans are far, far better dressed than Parisians. Even Berliners are better dressed than most Parisians. Must read it!
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