Added by Naïm Guessous on June 5, 2010 at 6:46pm —
Plitvice Lakes National Park - Croatia Continue
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This natural attraction is located about halfway between Zagreb and Zadar. The park has 16 lakes connected by a series of waterfalls. The
National Park is over 300 square km and home to various types of
Added by PlanetWare on June 3, 2010 at 5:00am —
Gemini 3 - Polish catamaran under Roman Paszke command is one of the fastest sailingboat ever. Sailing across the Atlantic from the West to the East takes this catamaran only 8 days 23 hours and 27 seconds. It is the World
record. Last one was 11 days 5 hours and 32 minutes (MAXI „Capricorno” Catamaran) and was beaten two months ago - on 19.04.2010 - by Polish vessel.
Catamaran GEMINI III was built in Sweden in… Continue
Added by Rafal on May 13, 2010 at 6:48am —
Although I’ve made several trips across the channel to London, England, Friday was the first time I visited Kew Gardens. Although I had been looking forward to it, Kew was even better than I expected.…
Added by Alison Cornford-Matheson on May 5, 2010 at 6:46am —
The World Expo is a international activities,held by Governmental organizations in the host country or Commissioned departments ,having great influence and long history.It has gone through over a hundred years of history，but it is the first time held in China. Expo is the world's event， also a great opportunity to show the Style and image of Shanghai ,Faced with the opportunity and support which the world gives us, we must give a the most exciting Expo to the world.… Continue
Added by becompany on April 25, 2010 at 7:30am —
Throughout the years I have gone from loving a classic sweet alcohol beverage to now thoroughly enjoying a glass of red wine. Over the years I guess my taste buds have definitely changed, but also my thoughts about calorie intake and how dangerous certain drinks can be. So I went wandering off a little to find the most risky drinks around the world. Now a few of these drinks I have heard of from my past backpacking adventures, however a few caught be a little off guard. So before you backpack… Continue
Added by Off-Track Backpacking on January 28, 2010 at 6:53pm —
In all my traveling I have been to some amazing hostels, however check out these top five hostels in the world and let me know your thoughts.
Backpackers International Rarotonga Hostel – Cook Islands
It’s a place were a white sandy beach and shining blue sea in just minutes away from your dorm. You can stroll along this paradise beach and wander around tropical green gardens to amazing waterfalls. Not only does this hostel offer beautiful scenery but also trekking,… Continue
Added by Off-Track Backpacking on January 14, 2010 at 9:21pm —
Get inspired by these next world citizens and traveling filmmakers. Each one of these adventurous Tripfilms members took a year (or more) to travel around the globe and learn first-hand, what this world, and themselves, are made of. Some backpacked, some traveled with friends or lovers and others went solo, but all of them truly had the time of their lives.
Added by Kelley on January 13, 2010 at 11:59am —
Added by America's Gypsy on January 8, 2010 at 3:02pm —
The squat toilet isn’t really a toilet, as we in the West understand the word. The “squat” portion of the name is accurate, but the “toilet” is really just a hole in the floor into which you poop, then pour in some water as a chaser. I believe they call it a toilet because “poop hole” was already trademarked. Drawing upon my experiences traveling through India, I’d like to share with you my hard-won tips and tricks for doing your business in the developing world.…
Added by Wes Nations on December 4, 2009 at 3:00pm —
Hello all you fellow travel lovers, thrill seekers, dreamers, and explores. Mark and I have been talking about traveling the world together since we very first met. Well all that talk has finally paid off with a little help from dedication, persistence, and good ol’ hard work. We are planning our trip around the world that will begin in February 2010! Otherwise known as 3 ½ months!!! So, we have started a blog (actually a couple) to keep a record of our journey, the things we see, people we… Continue
Added by Jessica VanNess on November 16, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Peak Adventure Tour
is all set to enter into the arena of one of the world’s biggest summit, WTM 2009. Organized amidst in the hustle-bustle of London, the summit will commence from November 9th and will last till November 12th, 2009. The organizers believe that the platform will act as a mesmerizing tourism experience for national as well as international visitors.
WTM (World Travel Market) summit is a creative endeavor… Continue
Added by Arun on October 29, 2009 at 1:05am —
On September 15th Universal Orlando Resort and Warner Bros. announced long-awaited details of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. They also announced that it will open in spring 2010.
I cover the in-depth details released as well as a photo tour over on Galavanting Travel News & Reviews
. Warner Bros. also put together an awesome virtual tour and… Continue
Added by Kim Mance, Founder of TBEX on September 16, 2009 at 8:41am —
I thought I'd peel back the lid on our latest traveller program / promotion / love affair - Van-Tastic Adventures !
The Ambassador Program - 2006-2008
Two years ago we 'skinned up'
a lovely van offered up by Travellers Auto Barn
, filled it with wanderlust travellers heading around Australia, slapped it on the bumper bar and… Continue
Added by Chris Noble on June 3, 2009 at 4:02pm —
To all Passengers,
I hereby inform you that Captain Pilnik's ship Adventura has finally sailed. The Voyage Around the World will last 23 months and nobody knows what will happen until then.
Enough talking, see for yourselves:
S.K.Ryba aka Eli…
Added by Eli on March 31, 2009 at 3:11pm —
Sure, those first few months were horrendous, the witching hours, the incessant crying, projectile...err, hang on, what am I writing about?
Ah yes... What would I be prepared to live with to ensure that I can enjoy the now daily ritual that is Twittering? Tweeting to my tweeps. Gettin' twitty. Building connections, partnerships, friendships and all that stuff !
It must survive !
Sure, Twitter is not short of VC funding, nor conjecture on how… Continue
Added by Chris Noble on March 24, 2009 at 7:30pm —
There’s no better way to see a destination than by getting around the ‘local’ way, and there are a whole range of sensational rides that let you soak up the scenery AND get around on holiday. Forget planes, trains and automobiles or a gentle bicycle ride, we’re talking about an adventure for thrill-seekers, from hot air balloon rides to bizarre boat trips.
Here are the top ten most unusual and sensational rides out there, guaranteed to put your Monday morning commute to shame. But… Continue
Added by blog.hostelbookers.com on March 18, 2009 at 8:26am —
This post features a collection of web links that might help you plan your very own
round the world trip.
Added by one.year.trip on March 3, 2009 at 6:08am —
We never knew what we didn’t have.
We enjoy America’s moniker of ‘melting pot’ as a feature that distinguishes us from other places. It seems a great American pastime to find this way or that way to distinguish ourselves, especially in areas of our obvious superiority, and one area of that superiority is in our lack of a defining culture. Oh, there are those who wax poetically about the multiculturalism of this great country and we all… Continue
Added by Gregg A Granger on February 26, 2009 at 11:30pm —
“You’re going to a lot of places where they don’t value human life like we do.”
Nobody, least of all me, with my conservative Republican roots, my Reformed religion, and my resistance to change, could foresee the unintended truth of that statement. A statement we heard on numerous occasions as we prepared for our journey. Our journey happens to be a four and a half year circumnavigation of the world in a sailboat.
We learn that as far as joy is concerned, more is less. The… Continue
Added by Gregg A Granger on February 23, 2009 at 2:30pm —