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The Temples or Luxor and Karnak
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-28 01:33:38 (via www.edwebproject.org)
Never thought something like this exist: a construction of true grandeur with an astonishing colonnade and dozens of sphinx and heads of kinds lining the streets. But how it can go about without some adventure at the airport or on the bus - an incident like this will forever change the psyche of a border guy (smile). This happens.:)
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New York City
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-27 04:28:33 (via www.sauntering.com)
Click USA from the list, then New York City and read about the strangest, and perhaps most magical thing about New York, then there is the Guggenheim museum, that now looks like a giant toilet bowl, then the ethnic pockets scattered throughout: China Town, Little Korea, Little Italy and all of West Side Story live here. It was fun to read.
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Three Days in Kent
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-27 04:19:11 (via softadventure.net)
A very beautiful, picturesque region. As you read your get a sweeping view of the country side of England, many wild flowers, splendid extensive gardens, old castles… Don’t miss Ightham Mote, advises the author – very unique. I liked reading this article a lot. It really inspired me to go to this place – it’s worth visiting.   More...
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Cambodia Adventure
Submitted by roxy on 2006-12-26 05:04:32 (via www.break-fresh-ground.com)
“You buy from me later”. “Maybe”. “No maybe. You buy from me later, okay?”. That’s one way to do business; at least in Cambodia. But who cares, that place is too gorgeous to have these details matter. The Ankgor Wat is legendary for a reason, and the Tree Temple is a-w-e-s-o-m-e (this article’s got good pics of it). Check it out. No maybes!   More...
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Somewhere in the Carribean - We're All Going to Die
Submitted by MeganL on 2006-12-22 09:32:54 (via www.meganlyles.com)
A harrowing tale of a near shipwreck in the Carribean, grippingly told. Makes the next few blog entries about the San Blas and Colombia all the sweeter given that we almost lost the writer and photographer!
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Petra
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-22 08:35:39 (via www.david-guerrero.com)
Only the walking by Siq – the impressive defile - would be enough reason to come here to contemplate it. The facade of the Treasury, o Al-Khazneh - the place where "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" was filmed, and the Royal Tombs, but the most fascinating things in Petra is the color and the veins of the stone that cover the walls. Cool!
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Nagorno Karabagh
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-22 08:03:41 (via www.pilotguides.com)
Ever heard of Nagornii Karabach? I’ve heard of it on the news many years ago. And now, a poor place, forgotten even by God. The country is ruined even though the war ended 10 years ago. But read this: in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of the night, on the war zone, four guys taking a bath in a warm geyser and drinking wine… Crazy!   More...
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The Trip to Palmyra
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-22 07:59:34 (via www.david-guerrero.com)
It seems to be an incredible place with so familiarly incredible people – u know, those tourist-oriented that wait 4u at every corner, offering u all kinds of services etc. Ok, there’s another side: the visiting of Bedouin settlement with a welcome Bedouin coffee, the delicious food and hospitality of people, the sunrise at Palmyra ruins, the...
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Iran
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-22 03:36:57 (via karstenfilsoe.dk)
“How are you? Do you speak English?” I thought this is a great article in describing what it would be like to go on a trip to Iran. It gives you a good idea of what is there, the hospitality of people, places to visit, troubles to expect, do’s and don’ts, places to stay, transportation, etc.
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We Invade a Stranger's Home in Juneau
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-22 02:51:51 (via www.ericandjoan.com)
Are all Alaskans like this - I was impressed with the simplicity, openness and hospitality of this man. Have you ever hosted strangers, without even being home? And what experience can be described as fantastically scary? :O}Maybe... canoeing in Alasca.
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