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Rockin' and Rollin' on the Infamous Drake Passage, Drake Passage, International travel blog

Rockin' and Rollin' on the Infamous Drake Passage

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands

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DOMINIQUE HERE: Day : 269 Temperature : 5 degrees Weather : Foggy, windy, sunny Antarctica Day One Having been to duty free, we were now fully stocked up with 3 bottles of Amarula, one bottle of whiskey, one bottle of gin, one bottle of Champagne, one ...

Hammock Hell on the River Boat, Somewhere along the Amazon River, International travel blog

Hammock Hell on the River Boat

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands

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DOMINIQUE HERE: Day : 387 Temperature : 30 degrees Weather : Hot and Sunny As we left Leticia for the Port of Tabatinga I very nearly had a little stow-away....the cute little puppy at the hostel in Leticia that decided my bag was a very comfortable ...

The Drake Passage One More Time, Drake Passage, International travel blog

The Drake Passage One More Time

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands

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DOMINIQUE HERE: Day : 276 Temperature : 10 degrees Weather : Mixed Antarctica Day Nine – The Drake Passage Once More On our first full day in the Drake Passage I woke up feeling much better than I had done the previous day. However, when I went ...

"In Transit" to Seychelles: Smells of Nairobi!

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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He Said: We are hanging out in the Nairobi Airport on our way to Seychelles (pronounced: say-shells). This nation is reputed to contain one of, if not THE most beautiful spot on planet earth, the beach of Anse Source d'Argent on the island of La ...

The Solstice is OK, The Middle Of The Atlantic, International travel blog

The Solstice is OK

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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It's nine in the evening. Ellen and I are in a hot tub, fourteen floors above sea level on the rooftop deck of the Solstice. Even though there are 2,800 passengers and likely as many crew members aboard the vessel, we're alone. We've been sailing for the ...

Everything is gone, Johannesburg International Airport, South Africa travel blog

Everything is gone

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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They've stolen everything. Now all that I own is the clothes that I am wearing, a first aid kit, a role of masking tape and a permanent marker. No clothes, no equipment, no camera, no id documents, no toiletries, no towels, no sleeping and camping stuff, ...

Cuzco, Peru 8th Jan - 10th Jan, Cuzco, International travel blog

Cuzco, Peru 8th Jan - 10th Jan

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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... Mate de cocoa - Coca Leaf Tea - To help with altitude sickness (Same leaf that's used to make cocaine)   International McDonalds Meal: Chicken drumstick on veges with salad    Local Beer: Accommodation: Cusco Packers - ...

Drysdale - Diesel and School Dinners, Drysdale River Station, International travel blog

Drysdale - Diesel and School Dinners

A travel blog entry by wickens

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Having now not had a shower for 3 days I found myself imagining the accommodation we were booked in at Drysdale…..large room with lovely ensuite shower (or better, a bath) and proper working toilet (no more going in the bush, or watching out for ...

We're on our way home..., New York City and the Atlantic, International travel blog

We're on our way home...

A travel blog entry by argieuk

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Today is our last day in foreign parts, we fly out tonight. Packed our bags, left them at the reception in the hotel and set off for the last time. Took the train into Manhattan, and because it is back to weekdays, the engineering work was over so it was ...

"BLUE Skies"

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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Past trips seem to have developed a photographic theme - spires, gargoyles - based on personal fancy. I recently read that finding such a theme and forcing yourself to include it in your travel photos is a good artistic exercise. But what to choose this ...

On the move again, Caspian Sea, International travel blog

On the move again

A travel blog entry by argieuk

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On the move again. This morning was one of passive waiting. Until we hear about the ferry, there's not a lot we can do. Just remain on call. So we went down the the ferry port, and checked the car. One tyre was low  and as I attcahed the pump to it, ...

Goodbye Ecuador..., Jose Joaquin de Olmedo International Airport Guayaquil, Ecuador travel blog

Goodbye Ecuador...

A travel blog entry by lucywillson

I had pictured myself having a nice relaxed time at the airport before my final flight out of Ecuador, but it didn't work out like that at all! I had no time at all to browse through duty-free or have a drink at a café in the boarding area, which is ...

Connection in Bogotá - goodbye South America..., El Dorado International Airport, Colombia travel blog

Connection in Bogotá - goodbye South America...

A travel blog entry by lucywillson

My connection in Bogotá was smooth and quick, a nice contrast to the palaver I'd gone through at the airport in Guayaquil! Even though I knew I'd be within the airport the whole time, when I saw the lights of Bogotá as we landed I still felt the ...

1.28pm - Just Cruisin', Drygalski Fjord, International travel blog

1.28pm - Just Cruisin'

A travel blog entry by suzloua

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... , we were driven by the charming Jamie. Throw in some nonsensical conversation between myself and Daphne about the International Penguin Conference (borne out of seeing chinstrap penguins porpoising with gentoos) and the elephant seal kayaking instructor ...

Crossing the Drake, Drake Passage, International travel blog

Crossing the Drake

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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After leaving Ushuaia, you pass through the Beagle Channel to reach the open seas.  This part takes about 5 hours, and tends to be relatively calm.  The stretch of open water between South America and Antarctica is part of the Southern Ocean ...

An appropriate excerpt from Paul Theroux's book, Carlisle, International travel blog

An appropriate excerpt from Paul Theroux's book

A travel blog entry by zoebuck

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I quite liked the first chapter in this book, it seemed very apt for my impending travels by train. So,  from Paul Theroux Ghost Train to the Eastern Star You think of travellers as bold, but our guilty secret is that travel is one of the ...

The airport concourse...from a boeing 737!!!, San Jose International Airport, Costa Rica travel blog

The airport concourse...from a boeing 737!!!

A travel blog entry by neilandamy

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Costa rica was to be an unusual ezperience! We landed, it was raining and looked very miserable. There was no gate for us so we sat on the concourse watching the rain for ages. When we finally got a gate there was a big whoha as there werent enough ...

Antarctic Adventure - Day 2 - Drake Lake!, Drake Passage, International travel blog

Antarctic Adventure - Day 2 - Drake Lake!

A travel blog entry by nloon

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Went to bed around 23:00hrs last night which turned out to be a good time. An hour later the seas picked up noticeably as we had just left the shelter of the Beagle Channel and were beginning our crossing of one of the Worlds roughest bodies of ...

Happy Thanksgiving!, Nile River Valley, International travel blog

Happy Thanksgiving!

A travel blog entry by dvoogd

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After breakfast we sailed for a few hours.  The first stop of the day was a small town off the river called Al-Kab.  There were a few well preserved tombs and we saw the walls of an ancient city.  We sailed again for several hours, had ...

Osaka-ka, Osaka, International travel blog

Osaka-ka

A travel blog entry by monchhichi

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Osaka Onze eerste nacht in Japan verliep minder goed dan gehoopt. We hadden alle twee last van een hoestje en voelde ons helemaal niet zo lekker. Ikzelf moest ook regelmatig naar het toilet hollen. 's Morgens waren we dan ook verre van uitgerust en nog ...

Diving in The Similan & Surin Islands, Similan Islands, International travel blog

Diving in The Similan & Surin Islands

A travel blog entry by paul_karen

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Hello again! Our journey from Bangkok to Khao Lak was interesting to say the least. The train journey could only be described as "David Lynch's Lost Train". It was that strange! A trip to the food cart helped us meet a group of railway police getting ...

A stroll in the rain, Yalta, International travel blog

A stroll in the rain

A travel blog entry by peregrinations

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We skipped this afternoon's optional tours (Massandra Winery, Nikita Botanical Gardens or Chekov's House) and opted to stroll around town on our own. We were undaunted by the threat of rain--that turned to real rain before the afternoon was out. Not only ...

Meet the Lomonosov, Odessa, International travel blog

Meet the Lomonosov

A travel blog entry by peregrinations

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Viking was waiting for us as we left passport control and customs. We made a quick stop at the ATM for some cash while the Viking staff gathered more arriving passengers from our flight. I have given up buying currency before I leave home; the exchange ...

What happened to Father's Day?, Somewhere Over The Pacific Ocean, International travel blog

What happened to Father's Day?

A travel blog entry by roemer

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Day two should have been a special day for Dad.  Father's Day!  But what happened, the international date line, so no Father's Day this year.  Sorry Dad we will have to celebrate twice as hard next year. ...

POW POW POW, Champoluc, International travel blog

POW POW POW

A travel blog entry by duffy_40675

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Day 12 6/12/10 Today was amazing i'll start with that ! today optimises what I came here to do. The love for this sport was introduced to me by a great friend and for that I am forever grateful.  Yesterday was my first shift on my own, It went ...

Weather Forces Change of Plan, World, International travel blog

Weather Forces Change of Plan

A travel blog entry by johnnygoldfinch

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05 APRIL Saturday SINGAPORE Big change of plan today thanks to the weather. We had planned to visit the Botanical & Ginger Gardens this morning with a 4km walk across the South Ridge this afternoon. When we got up it was ...

Von Reichen und Schönen und hohen Schuhen im Gras, royal randwick racecourse, International travel blog

Von Reichen und Schönen und hohen Schuhen im Gras

A travel blog entry by annikamal

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Samstag war Renn-Tag und wir sind mit einer großen Truppe aufgebrochen, an einem strahlend blauen Samstagmittag zum Pferderennen im Royal Randwick Racecourse zu gehen und zu schauen, ob die Frauen wirklich alle die verrücktesten Sachen auf dem Kopf ...

Jan 30, 2011, Boddington, International travel blog

Jan 30, 2011

A travel blog entry by worldwidewidu

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Working at Nkoaranga, Arusha, International travel blog

Working at Nkoaranga

A travel blog entry by jhinch

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... was necessary to call me. But you can call me, because I have a cell phone here, and it is free for me to receive international calls: +255 688 088 425. And if I have your phone number memorized, I will probably text you at some point, because it is very ...

Still chillin...in Nong Khiaw, Hat Sao, International travel blog

Still chillin...in Nong Khiaw

A travel blog entry by oshioshi

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I have had no luck finding a trek group in this small town, although a guy offered me a 2-day trek with another couple. I really just wanted to do a brief hike for a day. Didn't want to do another strenuous trek in the jungle with an overnight stay in ...

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