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A Travel Blog by dingleq
... . First stop is Costa Rica, learning Spanish and (maybe) how to dance in San Jose, before heading to the Arenel region to work in a wildlife rescue center (http://www.zoocostarica.com/welcome1.html). After that it's on to Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, ...
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A Travel Blog entry by dustydownloads from Esperance, Western Australia, Australia
... Area. We found this entire area remarkable with such diversity of landscape once away from the tourist route. Steep Point is the most western point of Australia, and is also characterised by a coastline of very high, eroded and rugged cliffs that drop off ...
A Travel Blog entry by guy.everton from Beyin, Western, Ghana
... . Like others in this part of the world, they speak Nzema, which is totally different to the Twi I'm used to hearing in Ashanti Region. The rest of our time in the village was spent sitting in a little hut which served as the local spot, drinking some ...
A Travel Blog entry by holident from Cabimas, Central-Western Region, Venezuela
... in all it tasted pretty gross. A few hours later we found a McDonalds & all jumped out for a much needed mid-afternoon snack. I enjoyed an Oreo McFlurry whilst others consumed Big Mac meals. Whilst eating a political celebration was occurring on the ...
A Travel Blog entry by jenny_albie from Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia
... at the mouth of the Gascoyne River. The town was founded in 1883, initially as a port and supply center for the surrounding region and is situated at the only point of the Australian coastline where the central desert reaches out to the sea. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by kollc from Manenberg, Western Cape, South Africa
... 76 years old. He was pretty self sufficient. He walks with a walker. He complained of pain from his toes to his mid-calf region. He lives with his wife and his cat. He said that he only eats very small portions because if he eats any ...
A Travel Blog entry by marcia_octoman from Geraldton, Australia
... the secrets of the Batavia Coast. Like the museum in Fremantle, the museum's exhibitions tell the story of the mid west region with particular emphasis on Dutch shipwreck maritime history. It was interesting reading about the murder and mutiny at the ...
A Travel Blog entry by emma_ward from Don Benito, Extremadura, Spain
... for my Taste the World adventure is Spain. I arrived here mid-June and so far I have spent two weeks in the South Western region of Extramedura; North of Seville, not too far from the Portugal border actually. It's a big stone fruit growing region and ...
A Travel Blog entry by hamiltonfamily from Everest Region, Himalayan Region, Nepal
... night. Out houses were the norm - some good, others atrocious. I remember there were a smattering of attempts at western indoor plumbing which usually turned out to be more disgusting than the outhouses. Evidence of modernization is visible in other ...
A Travel Blog entry by ivanandfiona from Perth, Australia
... buildings and 4 streets - i kid you not - this place is not big...but it is very laid back and very chilled - i.e. very Western Australian. In fact the actual Perth area (greater Perth) makes it the 2nd largest city in the Western World after LA in terms ...
A Travel Blog entry by gflacke from Perth, Western Australia, Australia
... nbsp; Hot weather also means plenty of opportunities to go swimming, which I do every week at the UWA (University of Western Australia) pool, resulting in a permanent cross-back pattern tan despite heaps of sunscreen. In mid-January I headed to the ...
A Travel Blog entry by aoifenim from Margaret River, Australia
... of Perth. We arrived here in early December after deciding we wanted to avoid the city thing and hang out near the surf. Western Australia, especially the South-West where we are, really has some of the most beautiful coastline I've ever seen, so that ...
A Travel Blog entry by billnpat from Dead Sea Region, Jordan
... swarming with very Muslim families. For some reason, perhaps the steep and narrow road in, this site did not attract western tourists, and the families were largely very conservatively dressed Muslims. As we walked down the trail into the steep valley ...
A Travel Blog entry by janetanddario from Safety Bay, Western Australia, Australia
... bay and me blasting away with heaps of fellow wind and kite surfers on the other side, we couldn’t ask for a better start in Western Australia. That night we slept in our car at one of the rest areas, the wind was howling and with a big smile on ...
A Travel Blog entry by lroff from Kalgoorlie, Australia
... until much later - in 1954 - and it was another decade before more nickel samples were taken and WMC (Western Mining Corporation) initiated further explorations. On January 28, 1966 WMCs first drill hole at Kambalda intersected massive sulphides ...
A Travel Blog entry by kupdegra from Galway, Ireland
... max 20 px. Allow Minimum hour (?) Oughterard, a quaint village boasts some of he finest food in the region. Stop into the Old Thatch Pub for a real traditional pub experience or Flaherty's Restaurant. Given directions to The Quiet Man ...
A Travel Blog entry by kathrynryan from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
... Cape Town all too soon and vowing to return someday, we headed onto Stellenbosch, a town in the heart of the Western Cape Wine Region. We spent the afternoon visiting some select wineries Ryan had read about and we really enjoyed what we found. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by pshemek from Westport, Ireland
... the ticket seller and waited to get on the ferry to Inishmor. Inishmor is the largest of three Aran islands off of the western coast of Ireland. The ferry ride took about 45 minutes and cut through fierce wind and dark seas. Although the weather was ...
A Travel Blog entry by hottubtour from Esperance, Australia
... !! Up with the lark and freash farm eggs for breakfast, we headed to see some of the fantastic cave complexes in ther region, tourist attractions for the best part of the last 100 years there massive holes in the ground were fascinating to walk through ...
A Travel Blog entry by the_tardifs from Margaret River, Australia
... River Visitors Center. This is a visitor's information area which has plenty of history on the areas development as a wine region, dating back to the mid-sixties. That's right, the area has only been producing wines for the last forty or so years. ...
A Travel Blog entry by lroff from Kalgoorlie, WA, Australia
... areas in Australia. It is situated 59 kms east of Perth. It played a major part in the development of Western Australia. Before the turn of the century, the State struggled for economic survival and it was the discovery of gold that ...
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... at the Bowden Fish Hatchery located 10 miles east of Elkins on US. Route 33. Randolph County - the hub of the mid-Atlantic ski region is just a short drive from any of the area's three major ski resorts. Canaan Valley, Timberline and Snowshoe Mountain ...Traveler Rating
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