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travel blog from Krabi, Thailand
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“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. …
travel blog from New York, New York
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You can discover several buy gynexin on various web sites that inform you regarding its performance and working. In this testimonial we are going to tell you about negative effects as well as use of gynexin. Gynexin Reviews is an …
travel blog from Lake Louise, Canada
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If you've read the previous entry of this blog, you can see that we spent an entire day on attractions between Jasper and the Glacier Visitor Centre. Today's entry focuses on everything else from the Vistor's Centre to Lake Louise …
travel blog from Vega de Rio Palmas, Spain
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An amazing place is situated in the central uplands of Fuerteventura, beside the tiny village of Vega de Rio Palmas. Barranco de las Penitas is one of the most interesting natural areas of Fuerteventura and the greenest places on the …
travel review from Monument Valley, United States
updated 2 hours ago
Location, Location. This is just what is best to describe the best asset of The View Hotel owned by the Navajo Indians - the only ones allowed to build close to the amazing mountain formations or within the Monument Valley. …
travel blog from Oze, Japan
updated 2 hours ago
There is a song called "Memory of Summer" in Japan. Every single Japanese can sing that song.I have been wondering how the place was like, and really wanted to visit. Originally I was planning a hiking to Mt. Kumotori by …
travel blog from Salt Lake City, Utah
updated 2 hours ago
Wow, what a day! I had such a good hike yesterday, I knew that probably my hips and legs would be quivering this morning, however the opposite happened. I woke up this morning with a swollen and achy right ankle! …
updated 4 hours ago
The views here are amazing. The Navajo Indians own a hotel called THE VIEWS which offers the best close-up views of the rock/mountain formations, but the hotel is a bit on the expensive side and just standard in my opinion …
travel review from Siwa, Egypt
updated 4 hours ago
The medieval ghost town of a Shali lies near the Siwa Oasis. I visited in February 2009 and it was a great time to go as the area was devoid of crowds. Shali is a perfect spot for anyone interested …
travel blog from Siwa, Egypt
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One of the happiest days of my life was the day I took a jeep tour of the Sahara outside of the Siwa Oasis. My friend Kyle & I had been introduced to the tour company from some local friends …
travel review from Hoi An, Vietnam
updated 7 hours ago
This is just a wonderful place to visit the adjacent town of Hoi An turns into a wonderland at night shopping is so cheap its hard to resist food is gorgeous, healthy and so interesting and you can order tailor …
travel review from Skogar, Iceland
updated 9 hours ago
Sigga, the owner (along with her husband, Gudjon) and hostess is what makes Skogar Guesthouse a gem. The hard assets of this place are inexpensive rates, a hot tub and superb location (a short walk from Skogafoss). Sigga is the …
travel blog from London, England
updated 9 hours ago
Het hebben van een huisbaas is iets doodnormaals hier in londen. Die van mij heeft alleen wel bezondere trekken. Daar kwamen Susan en ik dit weekend achter.  Eigenaardigheid 1: badmatten moeten precies terug gelegd worden anders krijg je een scheldpartij …
travel review from Nürnberg, Germany
updated 9 hours ago
Germanisches Nationalmuseum (German National Museum) is an art museum in Nürnberg, Germany, which collects German art from stone age to 20th century. It is located in a former monastery, which was taken over by the newly founded museum in 1857. …
travel blog from San Francisco, California
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Musée Mécanique - San Francisco (Museum of Antique Mechanical Toys) - one of the world's largest (over 200) privately owned collection of coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade machines in their original working condition. These are the toys that …
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