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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Catherine's Pros and Cons of Cambodia
Submitted by roxy on 2006-11-29 02:35:34 (via www.break-fresh-ground.com)
I don’t this a perfect destination exists, so it’s OK to admit the pro’s and con’s of a place. And if you do that in a funny way, you’ve got a good article in your hands! Cambodia is a country I haven’t heard much about, but as long as it’s got silent beaches and a barber shop called “Kennedy” (for unknown reasons), it’s got me for future visits.   More...
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Our Really Big Adventure
Submitted by bindero on 2006-11-27 03:51:26 (via www.ourreallybigadventure.com)
What’s the worst occurrence while on an island? Dealing with cold or rainy weather? Getting out of money? Think twice! How about having bikinis outlawed, with a 6-month prison sentence for offenders? I’d say that’s tough… And also, there’s little or no alcohol available in The Perhentian Islands. So what’s left to do? DIVING! Read more…   More...
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Kamshet: Circus in the Sky
Submitted by roxy on 2006-11-23 01:57:41 (via www.indiatravelogue.com)
Yeah, India is a great place to visit, but I didn’t know it’s also one of the best spots for paragliding… I’ve never had the courage to do it myself and maybe that’s why I found this article exciting and interesting. Reading about other people’s extreme adventures is an adventure itself! Just a SAFER one. :)   More...
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A True Story
Submitted by roxy on 2006-11-22 00:49:54 (via uk.geocities.com)
This piece of writing really impressed me: I realized how superficial my perspective on Tibet was by now. I never knew about this country’s problems and now I can’t believe a small place like that can have such a tough past and present. It’s a very debatable article! Be ready for an interesting discussion to follow!
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Top 5 Myths about China
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-20 04:27:45 (via www.chinatownconnection.com)
It turns out after all, that China is not quite what is generally thought to be. Reading this article I got a good up-date on its economy, politics, culture, cuisine, development and more.
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Baku Beyond: Adventures in Azerbaijan
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-20 03:42:16 (via www.xenophilia.net)
I knew very little about Azerbaijan before reading this article. What impressed me are the huge, immensely modern gas stations there, since the oil industry is highly developed. And there’s a lot to find out about attractions too – from seaside to old buildings, mountains and ancient carvings dating since the 1st century C.E. Surely worth reading!   More...
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Tokyo and Yokohama
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-17 01:41:01 (via www.xenophilia.net)
This article really made me think how come in a place as big as Tokyo is, 90% of the streets in have no names. It’s quite a challenge to find places like the fish market, the Kabuki Theatre, the Sensoji Temple, which is said to be the oldest in Tokyo, and my favorite part – to go to a Japanese football game. Miriam Nadel made it through, could you?   More...
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Armenia is Closed for Reconstruction
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-15 01:04:41 (via www.xenophilia.net)
Think of planting a rock wherever there should be a tree and that's what Armenia looks like. This article talks about things I’ve never heard about, like the Armenian alphabet, or having lunch in a restaurant with caged animals. The truth is I’m not sure I recommend Armenia as the perfect destination, but I do recommend this article as a good one!   More...
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My First Trip to India
Submitted by cleo on 2006-11-09 03:54:03 (via www.redbeet.com)
“I could not get enough of it, says Kelly, the fantastic beaches of Goa, Jaipur filled with much color, culture, and, unfortunately, air pollution. In Udaipur I saw a camel exhale cigarette smoke and the traditional Indian wedding became one of the real highlights of the trip”. What an awesome experience! I want there too!   More...
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