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A Travel Blog by gflacke
... , or enough of higher education, I have decided to pursue a PhD degree in Animal Biology at the University of Western Australia. My research will involve studying the endangered pygmy hippopotamus in the forests of West Africa. This blog will follow my ...
A Travel Blog by joelsalmon
I went on a volunteering trip, my first experience of a 'less developed country'. In this blog, I describe my experiences of Ghana, her culture, her education system, her people and her physical geography. It was at once intriguing, inspiring, ...
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A Travel Blog entry by msting from Western Region, Ghana
... to my collegue, Kingsley. She had someone - Joe - pick me up from Novotel (in a new Benz, no less) and drive me to the Western Region. The drive was 8.5 hours (instead of 6.5 - traffic) and essentially, I ended up at a beautiful beach house, in a small ...
A Travel Blog entry by ikono from Sefwi Wiawso, Ghana
... and, as it turns out, I ended up making a move with Bempah who had been sweetalking me into going to this nice place in the Western Region, in Sefwi Wiwaso. Lets just say I'm delighted I went along, we had a wonderful time and I introduced Bempah to real ...
A Travel Blog entry by 64cruser from Pokhara, Western Region, Nepal, Western Region, Nepal
... to pay the $500 restricted area permit with my coffers starting to dwindle) the area around Muktinath and Kagbeni at the western end of the Annapurna Circuit and the boundary with Upper Mustang really hit the spot for me with the most ethereal cold-arid ...
A Travel Blog entry by djstourism from Ghandruk Western Region Nepal, Western Region, Nepal
... up for some 2 hours from the river to the Ghandruk village. Ghandruk was the most beautiful, developed village in the region with the hotels of good facilities. The view of Himalaya from this village in the morning was great and we enjoyed the Yoga ...
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 joelsalmon from Beyin, Western, Ghana
... had lunch at a Spanish(...) restaurant where we watched Wimbledon and I felt pretty comfortable as it was the first proper western restaurant I'd seen. After lazing there for a few hours we went back to the hut, sunbathed for a few hours and ...
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 conor-and-wendy from Perth, Australia
... trip to Margaret River was timely respite and a definite highlight. The Margaret River Region is a famous gourmet region in southwest Western Australia (much like Millawa in Victoria) most famous for producing numerous wines but also noted for fudge ...
A Travel Blog entry by nomad82 from Halls Creek, Western Australia, Australia
... . Everyone was changing shirts, so I did too! We drove to the Bungles Bungles, a mountain range in the Purnilulu National Park, Western Australia. While driving we saw some dust tornadoes go very high, it was exciting! We arrived for camp and on our way ...
A Travel Blog entry by wandering_gio from Perth, Western Australia, Australia
... per capita than any place on earth. Some of the best and largest surfing waves in the world can be found in Western Australia's Margaret River region, only in close contention with Hawaii. The Festival of Perth held each February in Perth, is the oldest ...
A Travel Blog entry by richierich33 from Annapurna Region, Himalayan Region, Nepal
... in Muktinath then get shared jeeps down to Jomsom and then buses from there back to Pokhara. Very few actually walk round the Western side of the circuit as all the literature says it's been spoilt by the road. As it is, i thought the Western ...
A Travel Blog entry by ewtodd from Perth, Western Australia, Australia
... vegetables before we hit Border Village tomorrow. You cannot take any fresh fruit or fresh vegetables from Soutern Australlia into Western Australia because of a type of fruit fly and about 5 other pests that they don't want. We were greeted ...
A Travel Blog entry by fozzies_on_tour from Perth, Western Australia, Australia
... products. Sunday 18th April 2010: Busselton to Pemberton We left Busselton early, and headed into the Southern Forest Region. The country roads in Western Australia are very quiet, and fairly well maintained. The scenery on our drive was a continuous ...
A Travel Blog entry by jo8anthony from Perth, Western Australia, Australia
... and the elephant rocks. A gorgeous bay with golden sand, shallow crystal clear water and giant rocks. Our exploration of western Australia finished with a 500km drive back to Perth, via Two Peoples Bay nature reserve another stunning beach; and the ...
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