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A Travel Blog by upriver
... the mouth of the Orinoco River in Venezuela all the way to Buenos Aires by river. To do this they'd paddled through the river basins of the Orinoco, Amazon and Paraguay Rivers. I wondered how this could be possible as surely river systems or basins are ...
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A Travel Blog entry by volkovtravel from Central Siberia, Krasnoyarskiy, Russia
Summer tour: Adventure trophy fishing in Bolsh.Hoekta river - Vivi river - N.Tunguska river = 500 km 100% Wild Nature ...
A Travel Blog entry by kathandsheila from Adelaide River, Northern Territory, Australia
... as they backpack around Oz. We asked the German girl about the oddity of her working in a remote bar in the heat of central Australia but she just replied that she had needed to work and this job was available! "Charlie the Buffalo" of Crocodile ...
A Travel Blog entry by arango from Villa Carlos Paz, Córdoba, Argentina
... until dusk to set up our tent. It was nice to enjoy a full day with no rain, and a place where we didn´t have to pay to camp. After dark, the area was fairly quiet, and we enjoyed the sounds of the river throughout the nigh...sweet dreams Carlos Paz! ...
A Travel Blog entry by mikeandedwina from Keetmanshoop, Karas, Namibia
Day 16 Monday, Fish River Lodge, Fish River Canyon This is a blog from The Edge! The sun is just rising and despite still being in bed we (actually Mike is out taking photos)have a full panorama of the canyon. Words can't quite describe the wonder of it. ...
A Travel Blog entry by cocksafrica from Keetmanshoop, Central Plateau, Namibia
... served in the bush. We then had a three km walk back to the lodge. After breakfast we headed for the canyon which is the second biggest in the world after the Grand Canyon. It was spectacular with the fish river having carved out huge areas. ...
A Travel Blog entry by patandalan from Moscow, Central Russia, Russia
... we were bussed to our boat , which was to be our base for the next 2 weeks . The boat was moored on the Volga river and named MS RUSS , it wasnt as grand as a cruise ship on the carribbean , or indeed the med , but it was satisfactory and we ...
A Travel Blog entry by tony.hunt.11 from Central America, Central America
... me to his three other mates going to the island also. I found out at the dock that the biggest party in Central America was taking place on Utila the following weekend and that people would be flooding the island all week. The boat ride was ...
A Travel Blog entry by carol_fred from Central Point, Oregon, United States
... is a busy port, but he was glad he was in the motorhome and not shipping out! In the river next to the road, we saw miles and miles of logs floating in the river. We guess they are on their way to be shipped ...
A Travel Blog entry by gensphoto from Milk River, Alberta, Canada
... ;D'ailleurs tout animal qui me poursuit devient aussitôt un terroriste à mes yeux (se rappeler des écureuils terroristes dans Central Park à Burnaby). Les chevreuils n'étaient pas seulement actifs au camping, ils étaient aussi rois et maîtres ...
A Travel Blog entry by gonetilwhenever from Central North Island, New Zealand
... ! (PIC) The final additions of a hard hat and a rubber ring and we were ready to go. A quick practice leap into a nearby river (during which Verdi momentarily thought she had lost a contact lens!) and we entered the cave. Blackwater rafting is ...
A Travel Blog entry by vagabonder from Bangkok and Central Thailand, Thailand
... the tip of my tongue, (figuratively speaking), but I cannot recall same. The following day Peem and I set off for Central Thailand at 7am. Our ultimate destination was Lopburi where monkeys roam freely around the center of town. But prior to visiting ...
A Travel Blog entry by eremita from Arthur River, Queensland, Australia
... Road it was narrower and no so well maintained. My speed was between 75 – 85 km/h so less than on Great Central where I was travelling 85 – 100 km/h. The landscapes were pretty boring. Plenty road is driving through isolated country so we saw ...
A Travel Blog entry by zento from Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina
... construction with a very Mississippi dixie charm to it. I imagined Scarlett O´Hara standing on the terrace overlooking the river during a Confederate party. We sailed out of the Rio Lujan and made our way into narrower canals leading to private ...
A Travel Blog entry by bron_and_eli from CENTRAL AMERICA, Guatemala
... 4 weeks and 4 countries to go before reaching our final destination of sunny Mexico, we embarked on our hightailing adventure through Central America. Our tight schedule allowed us only to hit some highlights, and hit them we did. First on our list was ...
A Travel Blog entry by rktravel from Tigre, Central Argentina, Argentina
... the small things- parrots in the trees, different boats passing by, cheap beer, decent food, and particularly puzzling people gave the river an oddly magical appeal. However, after eight days we were ready to move on, heading back to Buenos Aires for some ...
A Travel Blog entry by n_case_w from Near Mkushi, Central Province, Zambia
... caught a familiar smell reminding me of the cottage and swimming in the Kosh. A weird recollection considering my location here in central Zambia. Plant-wise, everything during my stay went as I was hoping and I was able to add several more plants, ...
A Travel Blog entry by mithrandir from Central Otago, Otago, New Zealand
... at the top, the frivolous pursuit of having the best time possible, how can you not love it. Central Otago's beauty was breathtaking and the day after the helicopter ride a front came through and the morning after the mountains across ...
A Travel Blog entry by christinehiking from Moscow, Moscow, Russian Federation
Today is our first day on the MSLev Tolstoy cruising the Volga River. The Volga, widely viewed as the national river of Russia, flows through the western part of the country. It is Europe's longest river, with the length of 2,293 miles and it forms the ...
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