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A Travel Blog by richierich33
Had planned on undertaking a Himalayan extravaganza! Intended to do loads of trekking mainly in Nepal and northern India, but also to visit Tibet & Bhutan & Myanmar whilst in the area! Unfortunately however due to unforeseen events and the prohibitive ...
A Travel Blog by amazingjourneys
... , colourful villages, charming colonial towns, vibrant markets and fine beaches. Travelling the length and breadth of this diverse region, whilst compiling extensive hotel reviews, has opened my mind up to the endless opportunities that are out there to ...
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A Travel Blog entry by guy.everton from Damongo, Northern Region, Ghana
... mind, this meant monkeys in cages much like the one I'd visited in Vietnam. How wrong I was - Boabeng-Fiema in the Brong-Ahafo region of Ghana is one of the most beautiful villages I have ever been to, and somewhere I wish I could have stayed the night. ...
A Travel Blog entry by mradavies from Dushan'zi, XinJiang Uigar Autonomous Region, (Northern)China, China
I moved from She Kou in Guangdong Province, Southern China to Dushan'zi in XinJiang Uigar Autonomous Region, Northern China. It was a 6 hour flight from Shenzhen Airport (which is actually located just outside of Baoan) to Urumqi... which is know nas "The ...
A Travel Blog entry by peter-donna from Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
... crocodiles move to inland area’s and remain in the creeks when the flood waters subide. Nourlangie Region The following morning we took an easy walk around the Anbangbang billabong before moving on. ...
A Travel Blog entry by jeanderudder from Salta, Salta, Argentina
... considerarse como capital del norte de Argentina nos parecio una ciudad con mucho encanto y con muchas cosas para ver, especialmente la region que la rodea. Una buena manera de visitar la region es alquilar un coche durante una semana y de ahi hacer un ...
A Travel Blog entry by joshnadeau from Bushmills, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
... sheep. Pictures from the bus can only do them small justice. We soon arrived at the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, an area on the northern coast (one might see Scotland on a clear day, which suffices to say not at all) boasting cliffs, torrential wind and an ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelkraut from Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
... mounds, floodplains, bushlands, rainforests and crocodile infested rivers we drove all the way to Ubirr, the northern part of the East Alligator region. It is a place of magnificent sandstone formations and rainforests. With aboriginal rock art as old as ...
A Travel Blog entry by silverlining from Salta, Argentina
... have decided to spend less time in the latter country due to the very high cost of living compared to other countries in the region, and especially Argentina. Here, we have so far been pleasantly surprised by the low costs, as well as by the general ...
A Travel Blog entry by archer75 from Northern Mindanao, Philippines
I went to Surigao del Norte (a province in the northern part of Mindanao) with my friends Tina, Mike and Richie to attend another friend's (Grace) wedding. I was one of the bridesmaids, so I couldn't not attend. We decided to tour the rest of ...
A Travel Blog entry by ibryan123 from Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina
... do all kinds of trips and treks around Salta, but I did nothing. There was so many factors that stopped me enjoying northern Argentina, but it's difficult to fit them all in. As I mentioned before the people are not nice, it became ...
A Travel Blog entry by bitzofcarla from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
... , and we could have easily spent hours relaxing there enjoying the view. In addition to the scenery, my appreciation for Northern Ireland grew significantly from learning the political history. We were lucky enough to take a 'black taxi tour' where ...
A Travel Blog entry by sommer-days from Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
... . By 1941 it became a major supply and maintenance centre during WW2. Katherine is the fourth largest town in the Northern Territory, has a large cattle industry. While in town, we stocked up on fuel and groceries. On the way back ...
A Travel Blog entry by wanderingreads from Merl Camping Ground, Northern Territory, Australia
... but...!! Sunday, 22 July 2012 We left Merl camping ground to travel to Darwin along the Arnhem Highway through the South Alligator region of Kakadu. We stopped at Mamukala wetlands which was huge with a very large variety of birds which can be viewed ...
A Travel Blog entry by aussierach from Salta, Argentina
From Puerto Madryn it was another 20 hours on the bus back to to Buenos Aires, where I organised a flght to Salta in northern Argentina. I must say I felt quite pleased with myself managing to pay for my ticket over the phone by credit card as well as ...
A Travel Blog entry by sharonmanship from Darwin, Australia
... Christmas's and are all ready to see in 2007 in style?! Just an update from my time spent in Darwin in the Northern Territory. Last time I updated I was in Brisbane and about to fly here... So, I arrived about 2.00am local time (went ...
A Travel Blog entry by cjsceats from Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
Leaving Singpore, Brian and I headed back into the developed world with a trip to Northern Sumatra. At the time of writing, there is severe flooding in the region, which will have undoubted worsened Sumatra's already difficult position with its tourism ...
A Travel Blog entry by trevormartinson from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
The second day was very hot out. We moved on into Belfast in Northern Ireland. This area is actually separate from the rest of Ireland and is part of the United Kingdom. Because they are still connected with England, they use pounds instead of Euros. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by seanandnyssa from Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
... "top end". Mind you, other Australians probably wouldn't describe this area as normal. Darwin is a bit of an isolated northern outpost, closer to Jakarta (the capital of Indonesia) than to Canberra and surrounded by rainforests and crocodiles that prevent ...
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These ancient ruins are all that remain of Herod's three-tiered palace that was built as a refuge for his family: the upper tier served as the residence, with panoramic views to the north and east; the middle tier is a section of Herod's own winding ...