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Learning Mexico's Bus System

off the beaten path, Mexico - busacrossmexico: 2004-10-26
Copyright 2004 Robert Berryhill

We couldn't help but smile at the stunned looks the other couple gave us. They had approached us in the sunny Mexican plaza because we were reading an English language newspaper. Clearly they were exasperated. < . . . more

Moving To Africa's 1-YEAR ANNIVERSARY - M2A

Maputo, Mozambique - movingtoafrica: 2004-12-06

Jamy & I have been in Mozambique, Africa for just about 11-months now.
The Moving To Africa Blog however, has been around a little longer than that...
The blog went online with its first post on October 13, 2003 (a little over
2-mon . . . more

BLOGS COLLIDING HERE

Maputo, Mozambique - movingtoafrica: 2004-09-16

So, in case you live in a cave (and I hope its comfy you techno-fearing luddite),
here's a bit of news f or you. This just in: Blogs are becoming more and more
popular. (And you thought they would just go away. D'oh!). Did any of you see . . . more

I caught the pick pocket.

Madrid, Barcelona, Spain - jimbaffico: 2004-06-21
Madrid June 3rd, we arrive in Madrid and find the splendid Hotel Real awaiting us. Joey had wired ahead and arranged a fine bottle of champagne and fruit plate in celebration of our 37th wedding anniversary. And a surprise note for me: I can’t reve . . . more

The Rock that got scalped

Niue, Niue - William: 2004-05-14
Not far from New Zealand, relatively speaking for this part of the world, lies the Island of Niue, the smallest independant nation in the world, and a former protectorate of New Zealand. Niue has a population of between fifteen hundred and eighteen hundred . . . more

#9 - Egypt

Egypt, Egypt - wanderlust: 2004-02-16
I can't think of anything that excites a greater sense of childlike wonder than to be in a country where you are ignorant of almost everything. Suddenly you are five years old again. You can't read anything, you only have the most rudimentary sense of how . . . more

Hitching B.C

British Columbia, Canada - lsp181: 2004-01-20
Hitching
Hitch hiking is a tradition that had been around for a long time. It has always been the ultimate in budget travel to me. It usually went hand in hand with surviving on a sheckle or two a day, along with washing and relieving yourself in . . . more

Shine

acadia national park, adirondak mountains & more, USA - jeffmores: 2003-06-20
The following is a journal of spontaneous writing I kept on a trip I took with family from the Midwest to the East Coast in May and June of 2003. We traveled in an RV across Indiana, Michigan, through Canada, Upstate New York, Massachusetts, Rhoad Island, . . . more

#7 - Tanzania, Kenya & Uganda

Tanzania, Kenya & Uganda, Multi-Country - wanderlust: 2003-12-11
"What, then, is a traveling mind-set?Receptivity might be said to be its chief characteristic. Receptive, we approach new places with humility. We carry with us no rigid ideas about what is or is not interesting. We irritate locals because we stand in traf . . . more

#4 - Drakensberg and Mozambique

Drakensberg and Mozambique, Multi-Country - wanderlust: 2003-09-18
WE TRAVEL, INITIALLY, TO LOSE OURSELVES; AND WE TRAVEL, NEXT, TO FIND OURSELVES. WE TRAVEL TO OPEN OUR HEARTS AND EARS AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THE WORLD THAN OUR NEWSPAPERS WILL ACCOMMODATE. WE TRAVEL TO BEARING WHAT LITTLE WE CAN, IN OUR IGNORANCE AND KNOW . . . more

Tour de France

Lago D'Orta, France - jimbaffico: 2003-08-14
Lago D’Orta The cities, the noise, the traffic is far behind. The air here is strangely soft and pure. The serenity is palpable. The beauty of the place envelops you, outside and in. The near by mountains surrounding you are high and covered wit . . . more

Tango

Buenos Aires, Argentina - jimbaffico: 2003-04-10
Tango in Buenos Aires Tango music appeals to me. I’m not sure I really know why; I just like it. I have a basic emotional response to the drama of the music and to the beauty of the melody. I occasionally buy tango recordings and go to see tango . . . more

Train Travel, London Hotels

London, UK - jimbaffico: 2002-08-17
Train Travel We had decided to take the train to London. I like the travel variety that trains provide, as well as the ride. It’s really very pleasant and relaxed: a great way to see the countryside. Of course, one does have to get on the train fir . . . more

Golf in Scotland

Firth of Clyde and the Firth of Forth, UK - jimbaffico: 2002-08-17
Golf in Scotland My wife and I both grew up playing golf, and in my case a lot of golf. I spent the better part of my younger years in San Francisco hitting countless bags of balls on the “practice course” at Harding Park, playing twenty-five cent . . . more

Cold Balls and Waterfalls

Yosemite, USA - Ben: 2001-05-05
Cold Balls and Waterfalls
By Ben Divall

This is a warning to all of you that have felt compelled to swim bare arsed in some piece of private paradise that you convinced yourself you discovered. . . . more

A warm day in Austria

Salzburg, Austria - KimnBensEuropetrip2000: 2000-05-09
We enjoyed the chat with the Mantzs the other day in Venice. It was great to talk for so long for so little. We had hoped to have another chat now but the system is cooperating so the update will have to do for now. Hope more of you can join us later fo . . . more

ROME!

Roma, Italia, Italy - KimnBensEuropetrip2000: 2000-05-04
After writing from a harbor-side cafe we went up to Monte Carlo, where the casino is on the hill over Monaco city. After many days of walking and walking with or without our packs we got tired and finally it hit us. We were both tired and grumpy but luck . . . more

My journey through Andalucia, Spain and Tangier

All Around, Multi-Country - elpasha: 1999-06-01
This is my personal journal of my experiences in Spain.

In March of 1999 I traveled to Europe where I visited Spain & Morocco to see the land of my Sephardic ancestors. I visited Madrid, Toledo, Cordoba, Granada, the Costa Del Sol, Gibraltar, T . . . more


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