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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Hong Kong - Abroad at Last
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-02-09 09:02:28 (via
First impression, second impressions, the rest of the week with a great Saturday night in Hong Kong and the last impressions. As a bonus you get the Top Tip no. 1 for when traveling!   More...
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Mongolia Eagle Hunting
Submitted by pablo on 2007-02-09 06:09:01 (via
Mongolia has always been kind of a white spot on the map for me. “It’s halfway around the world, across cultures, and back in time”. There is so little information about this country, so few tourists going there… Still, when reading this article, I more understood about the living style and the people’s philosophy. Quite intriguing!   More...
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Journey to Taiwan, May 2002
Submitted by roxy on 2007-02-09 06:04:01 (via
If you go to Taiwan, don’t miss a traditional Chinese massage. Here it's the man that do the massage and most of them are professional masseurs, compared to most amateur masseuses in Thailand which work in tourist places. Then, in the Wulai village you may see butterflies everywhere, like in the butterfly garden. Almost Paradise on the Earth!   More...
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Ripped off in India
Submitted by cleo on 2007-02-09 02:02:51 (via
Ha! This is quite a story! I know I would not want to end up so, neither would I wish that for anybody else. There is a good lesson for all to learn: never let yourself be fooled by the Asians’ eagerness to help you and show you around. Of course, you shouldn’t become paranoid either – find the right balance.
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Never Check Your Bags
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-02-09 00:59:46 (via
Some of you will be able to identify themselves with the guy in this story. It motivated me to have the gut to leave an extra pair of shoes home next time I pack. I laughed when I found out to what extent a person will go to avoid checking in bags. You know sometimes we come up with different tricks to get it our way!
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India Trip
Submitted by bindero on 2007-02-02 08:15:42 (via
It has always been a touchy moment for me travelling and discovering my own country. That is why I liked this article very much. I could see a part of India, far from the biggest cities through Indian eyes, written into a travelogue, with elements of novel and spoken language.
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Kyvan's Southeast Asia Adventure
Submitted by lisa on 2007-02-02 07:11:19 (via
“Within this region of the northernmost point of Vietnam, there are numerous hilltribes living simple lives in environments of immense beauty. These people are the ethnic minorities of Vietnam, with their own cultures and languages, customs and clothing.” And they have adorable little babies in the world, with messy little faces and big fat cheeks.
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Raj Ghat, The Heart and Soul of India
Submitted by christine on 2007-02-02 06:15:51 (via
It’s amazing to see how different religious places or events, apparently not likely to affect persons not involved in, brings people to tears or to deep emotions. This happened to the author of this article, who has visited the tomb of Gandhi in New Delhi. I must confess, I was touched too just by reading this article.
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North Bengal
Submitted by lisa on 2007-02-02 05:53:55 (via
“If we have to be poor, we prefer being poor in a place like this. Poverty here is both poetic and picturesque, not heart-breaking, nor revolting as in the slums of Bombay or Calcutta”. This is about the villages in the Himalayans. And indeed, what can be more romantic than meet the New Year in a cottage in Himalaya Mountains?
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Visiting Sikkim: India's Newest State
Submitted by gonomad on 2007-01-29 09:11:15 (via
A place with astounding valleys and spectacular mountains, where you lose mobile connection along with the sense of time. In author’s opinion, if Elves and Hobbits can exist anywhere, it has to be in North Sikkim. Now I know where to look for them :O)
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