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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Travel During a Time of War
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-14 09:57:51 (via www.vagabonding.com)
How is it to be American and travel during the war with Iraq in India, where people are the most concerned about political situation in the world? It is sometimes difficult, if you meet people with strong anti US or anti war visions. Then you are tempted to say you are Canadian, but you resist and go further. At least you are not traveling in Iraq.
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Ayacucho...me gusta mucho
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-14 09:51:39 (via bchu.travellerspoint.com)
“The course of travel changes when you´re by yourself. Gone are many of the antics and in place a greater sense of curiosity for your surroundings”. Maybe this is why the end of his trip was at a children shelter in the suburbs of Ayacucho, playing with children and helping preparing food for them. Very touchy.   More...
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Melbourne, dwarves and flying monkeys
Submitted by pablo on 2007-03-14 09:48:57 (via gonetravelling.wordpress.com)
This is an article as crazy as you can expect from a “crazy men”, who has slept in a dwarf bed, was hit by a wet flying monkey and would blame the whole society if he dies at the skydive in Sydney. Have fun with it!   More...
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Bern -- Wrapped Around by the Aare
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-14 09:44:49 (via www.tompgalvin.com)
Bern is not only the capital of one of the wealthiest countries in the world; it is a real history lesson. You don’t need to read the history of Switzerland from a book, just walk through the streets of Bern. You can feel that people from different social backgrounds are sitting together, freely switching among English, French, German, and Italian.
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One Million Jobs
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-14 09:38:57 (via 1mjobs.blogspot.com)
The trip to Bahrain was awesome – first class flight, airport lounge, a Benz at the end of the tube, accommodation at the top flour of the hotel, dinners and cocktails in most fashionable places of Manama. You would think you must have full pockets of money to be treated like this. Well, you just have to have a wonderful wife and a good job.
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Bondi Beach and the CBD
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-14 09:36:13 (via lloydi.com)
Sidney - a beautiful city, famous for the Summer Olympiad in 2000, ocean surfing, very nice people proud of the place they are living in, and a new concept in marketing - BYO, which means Bring Your Own (I would definitely like we to have this concept) Did I omit something?
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Der Maibaum
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-09 08:20:10 (via www.geocities.com)
There is a very curious tradition down in the south of Germany: Der Maibaum or the Maypole. An entire procession and a true challenge of force and endurance in trying to bring this long, ton-weighting pole into a vertical position, using human muscle power only. The process takes about two hours... boy!   More...
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Peru - a Fascinating Country
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-09 08:06:16 (via www.trekdiary.com)
This article is a must. Where else will you get to visit a museum using your pocket torch light? The reason? Just a power cut. A place with outside-of-time spots, where civilization stops and you get hypnotized. A place where you can meet the local corpses. A place with so many unique features, that it would take me too much space to list them all.
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Stirling Ranges and Albany Town
Submitted by Adele on 2007-03-09 07:59:03 (via travelsight.tripod.com)
Quite a place to visit, but you’ve got to choose the right time. This article gives enough info to lure you into really wanting it, to know what to expect and how to prepare for it. You will also find out why Albany town is called the Gap and the Natural Bridge.
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Turkish Smells
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-03-09 07:50:29 (via www.gohither.net)
What’s with this… odor? No, this isn't the type of smell that one gets after exercise, nor after walking all day in the hot sun. No, this odor had an edge to it, a personality… It says, "here I am, you can't escape me." Pretty freaky, huh? But hey, here is the recipe to become a native. Then, who cares? The smell won’t matter anymore.
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