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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
To the Peak of The Island of Hokkaido
Submitted by cleo on 2007-03-15 09:30:30 (via
Climbing a vocano solo, at night, whithout first checking the weather conditions...? Crazy, but an expedition that will make you feel victorious and... miserable. A drop of humor, however, will keep up the spirits. In case this is Yotei San, then Japanese hospitality may provide you with a hot bath, after you’ve been soaked well in the rain.   More...
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Sipping Wine
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-03-15 08:50:06 (via
How about a sip of rise wine through a worn out plastic tube with holes in it? Oh, yes, that only after the a 100 years old patriarch of the village with raw, swollen gums had sipped through it. Sorry, but such is the “ceremonial” drinking… Then the camping style of their living, with their clothes in a sack next to their mattresses... Go figure!   More...
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Submitted by christine on 2007-03-15 08:36:22 (via
Remember Columbus and the Spice Islands?- That’s Kochin! It’s one of the most beautiful smelling cities in India. The language is Malayaam, which sounds like if you rolled your tongue indiscriminately and said "blublub". The writing constitutes of what looks like a lot of curly 'm's and 'w's. So nice. Coconuts? Everywhere! Overall? Very fine!
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Tomorrow May Never Come
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-15 08:20:38 (via
Going to India might be a disappointment, unless you take into account that you’ve actually entered a culture different then yours. So, when things don’t go the way you were assured they will, don’t conclude everybody’s a liar. Rather, take it a jest of kindness. I know, I know it’s hard. Maybe a visit to Bollywood will help take off the pressure?   More...
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Things To Know Before You Go to Southern India
Submitted by bindero on 2007-03-14 10:03:01 (via
This article is a bit shocking for me. When you choose a destination to go or article to read, you expect to find out how beautiful this country is and how wonderful someone felt there. But this is not the case. Here you will find a lot of things which tourists do not speak in public about India.   More...
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Travel During a Time of War
Submitted by roxy on 2007-03-14 09:57:51 (via
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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Malaysia - Belwildering Borneo
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-07 07:43:22 (via
What is it Borneo despite rain forests and beautiful snorkeling places? Monsoons and torrential rains that raise the level of water a inch in an hour! Wondering how wet can this season be? “We thought at least we would see more animals as it was rainy season but our glum guide said 'sure in rainy season, but not rainy season like this”
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Dipping My Toe Into Borneo
Submitted by lisa on 2007-03-07 07:40:48 (via
You think making a bike trip around Borneo no problem? It’s not exactly the case. First, you have to cope with the heat and humidity. But natural conditions aren’t the worst. To enter Malaysian part of Borneo you should give up your bike, as this transport is forbidden there. So, no way to make a round trip of Borneo? Again, not the case…   More...
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On a Festival in Kyoto
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-03-07 07:24:06 (via
Kyoto is a city of a 1000 temples... Can you imagine? If you happen to witness a festival there you realize this is quite something. The traditional values of the Japanese culture are clearly present and integrated in the otherwise modern organized Japanese society.   More...
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Impressions of Ulan Bator
Submitted by Amber on 2007-03-02 03:28:03 (via
A very neat and concise overview of Ulan Bator, its culture and present conditions. When you think what a great people it was centuries ago, conquering land and subjugating nations. But now things changed and life is not the same for Mongolians.   More...
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