I think it is time to abandon my redcatwebdesigns.com
domain and switch to something that is a bit more reflective of my life at the moment. I want to keep the redcat part because that's me. I am redcat. But redcat.com is not available and besides, that by itself does not really say anything. So I need help.
Read more at redcattravels.blogspot.com
Added by Pamela Weis on May 31, 2010 at 5:14pm —
I don't need to sell the joy of travel to anyone in this network, but I would like to suggest that there is one thing that travelers can do to enhance their journeys - and that is to read books set in the places they are going to.
There is just something about reading a novel which is set in the very city you are exploring that makes the whole experience extra special. You could be sitting in a bar in which the book's characters have just been to, you could be… Continue
Added by Packabook Travel Novels on May 31, 2010 at 4:30am —
Added by Romesecret on May 30, 2010 at 5:57am —
if this weekend you are staying in Madrid and love food, go to LA FERIA DE TAPAS in Madrid.Is located infront Goya metro and the building is Palacio de Deporte ,remember the beer is € 1.20 and the tapas is € 1.50.
Added by Biniam Ghezai on May 28, 2010 at 11:47am —
I've walked around Beijing, slept on the highest train ride in the world, Drunk green tea with a
Buddhist, rode a pushbike from Lhasa to Kathmandu, Stood at the base of Everest, been sick, brought the wrong equipment, wrong clothes and wrong bike and you know something, I wouldn't change it for the world.
I've been on the road now 2 months and I'm finally starting to get into the grove. I'm relaxed, to the point that even getting caught in a… Continue
Added by Glenn Kelly on May 28, 2010 at 12:22am —
I’m going to start posting some of my favorite pictures that I have taken abroad every week. While I am by no means a professional photographer, I am definitely proud of these pictures. Enjoy!
Please view this picture larger and on black
The main strip is amazing and full of life and…
Added by Erica Kuschel on May 27, 2010 at 11:50am —
According to the Tibetans, today is Buddha’s birthday. A prince with everything in the world, he set off on a quest to discover the truth of life. I’m remembering a mindfulness
adventure I had this week, fifteen years ago:
BORNEAN BUDDHA by A.Ashman
In Borneo, I felt bored and restless at a luxe, manicured… Continue
Added by Anastasia Ashman on May 27, 2010 at 8:45am —
Over the last two weeks I've had a chance to explore the two big parks here in JC. One is Lincoln Park and it is only two blocks from my house. The other is Liberty State Park, about two or three miles away. They both have their beauty and charm, but are distinct in what they have to offer to the city and their… Continue
Added by Pamela Weis on May 26, 2010 at 5:23pm —
Planning the holiday destinations is one of the interesting as well as tricky job. Tourists have a huge variety to select their favored holiday destinations ranging from the exotic beaches to the national parks and the bustling cities. A number of a holiday destinations have made their position permanent in the listing of top ten places to visit and by all means Las Vegas is one of such holiday destinations.
Positioned in the central region of the enormous Mojave…
Added by Gia Loren on May 26, 2010 at 12:06am —
Added by Norbert on May 25, 2010 at 12:25pm —
Feel the Natural Enchantment
As an active backpacker, I always look forward to experience the best (and worst in… Continue
Added by Norbert on May 25, 2010 at 12:00pm —
After a long but comfortable flight from LAX via London, we arrived in South Africa. After we quickly settled in to our 'Backpacker's' guest house in the area known as Seapoint, we put on our walking shoes and took a scenic hour's walk towards Camp's Bay. The wild coast of Cape Town is a wonderland of spectacular vistas.
Above is a view of Clifton…
Added by michelle page on May 25, 2010 at 11:49am —
I'm happy to announce the details of Context Travel
walking tours during the days that surround TBEX '10.
Context provides scholar-led, small group walking tours in various cities around the world, and they've offered up one complimentary spot on any of the below group walks for TBEX '10 participants. One tour per attendee will be absolutely free to card-carrying attendees of the…
Added by Kim Mance, Founder of TBEX on May 25, 2010 at 11:30am —
The Floyd Country Store, one of the major venues of The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail, will celebrate 100 years of toe-tapping music, flat footin' and good old fashion hospitality this June. This beautiful gem is located just off Virginia's Blue Ridge Parkway. It's open daily for goodies, snacks, coffee and appareal but Friday nights is… Continue
Added by Tamra Talmadge-Anderson on May 25, 2010 at 10:00am —
So you are planning for your next vacations, don’t be confused about which vacation destinations you want to hit the subsequent time. Make sure that you don’t come down to any vacation destinations
that are completely opposite to what you wanted to g out for. You can search out for your favorite vacation destinations from the world wide web. Below I have provided you with a little information about Kuala Lumpur which is by all means my most loved… Continue
Added by Gia Loren on May 25, 2010 at 1:29am —
Second only to our love of traveling is eating. Aside from the amazing sushi, wonderful ramen, and delicious vendor foods (takoyaki, etc) of Japan, the most amazing meal we have had to date was eaten in Takayama.
As self-respecting carnivores, Erica and I live for meat. After hearing about the beef in Japan, we knew we wouldn't be able to live with ourselves if we didn't devour some.
After dropping our bags off at the hostel, we set out to find our anticipated… Continue
Added by Erica Kuschel on May 24, 2010 at 9:40pm —
We just published details and registration info
for our upcoming TBEX party with our pals from Bootsnall.com
. And it's gonna be fuuuuuuun.
We welcome any and all TBEX'ers in town for the conference at the end of June to come on by and say hello. To make the party special we've rented out a fab venue in the East Village from 7 pm - 10 pm on 6/26, exclusively for TBEX attendees to hang out, have some… Continue
Added by Pete Meyers on May 24, 2010 at 2:30pm —
Added by Karnataka Tourism on May 24, 2010 at 2:52am —
When I originally set out on this trip it was suppose to be “24 Hours in Paris”, but due to a pesky ash cloud hovering over the Atlantic, I was stuck an extra two hours in Paris and this is now my “26 Hours in Paris.” Here is my recap from an extreme whirl wind tour of the City of Light.…
Added by Andrew Hickey on May 23, 2010 at 11:00pm —
If you live in the lowlands of the Sonoran desert, it heats up by May. So Flagstaff. Arizona, at an elevation of 6910 feet, can be very cool in the evenings and delightfully crisp during the daytime in May. More on Flagstaff
Added by Elizabeth R. Rose on May 23, 2010 at 5:00pm —