Sea Lion Lodge

Address: Sea Lion Island, Falkland Islands | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Sea Lion Island

        National Museum of the Philippines

        A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jul 09, 2015

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        This is another place I would like to visit but belongs to the Philippines is its historical center National Museum of the Philippines, megusta know about vicitar cultures museums and find out about the history of the countries and what better place than the museum, its building was designed in 1918 and is ...

        El templo taoísta de Cebú

        A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jul 09, 2015

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        This is another place I would like to visit but belongs to the Philippines and is the Taoist Temple Cebu this allamado my attention because it is a temple of Asian religion and is part of Chinese history and I like these subjects know especially its structure and history this temple was built above the sea, the temple is a tower multilevel multicolor accessible attraction for three ...

        Morning tea anyone?

        A travel blog entry by kiwimitch2015 on Mar 12, 2015

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        ... Hoppers sadly were not doing much hopping but close ups really bring out their crazy rock star eyebrows.
        Back at the farmhouse we were entertained to a ‘British’ morning tea from china tea cups served with a myriad of different cakes and biscuits including scones with a delicious carmalized rhubarb jam that won no prizes in appearance but won the taste award with everyone!
        The sun shone as we lazed on the grass and no one was in ...

        War and Peace

        A travel blog entry by kiwimitch2015 on Mar 11, 2015

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        ... that is still far from finished. The road is a gravel 4-40 and the pace is slow as we wind through what looks like high Scottish bog country except that we are sea level. The ‘lakes’ are actually a huge tidal inlet but we cannot see the sea.
        First stop is to see the wreckage of an Argentine helicopter with a great story. The SAS had ben covertly landed and were scouting the island to find out about the locations of ...

        West Point Falklands & Devils Nose.

        A travel blog entry by ruthelspeth on Mar 08, 2015

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        ... very pale rocky shore amidst the backdrop of an old timber house, which was almost falling down & into the washed away cliff edge. We put our life vests into the canvas bag on the shore then set off past the old white galvanised iron homestead up & over the hill. The walk was a continual tramp of more than 2km sloping upwards, & against the wind the entire way till we reached the "Devils Nose" a distance ...