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travel review from Mandalay, Myanmar
updated 4 days ago
This restaurant is recommend to our taxi driver, we asked him if he knew a good restaurant not far from our hotel. He said B33 restaurant has European food but price he wasn't sure as he never been there. He …
travel review from Mandalay, Myanmar
updated 4 days ago
Is so hot in Mandalay the temperature goes up to 40 C in May, so an airconditioning restaurant it will be good. We're on a city tour that day, after visited the Palace and Mandalay Hill it was lunch time …
updated 4 days ago
Injury, rain, wind, transport delay...what more could you want in a travel experience. The Cayman Islands should have been about the beaches and the aquatic life but due to rain producing flooding, winds and high seas due to a storm …
travel blog from World
updated 4 days ago
When you go away there are times when you take a moment and realize where you are, how amazing it is, that you get goosebumps. These are my Top Goosebump moments. 1)  Venice, Italy- Although by far the most toursity …
travel blog from Nacogdoches, Texas
updated 4 days ago
The Texas Blueberry Festival starts with a free concert on June 9; with the main events on June 10, 2017. Included in Blueberry is a special Farmers Market (short walk on West Main Street) to get fresh veggies. The main …
travel blog from Washington, United States
updated 4 days ago
Preparations have begun for my next adventure! I’ll be heading to Uganda shortly for a birding tour with a couple days trekking to find chimpanzees and the endangered mountain gorillas! I’m not sure why I am hoping a trek through …
EuropeItalySalerno
updated 4 days ago
Ahhh...the overlooked town of Salerno. A mistake made by many because of its location on the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is minutes from the Amalfi coast(by ferry or bus) and most travelers just pass through on the way. What Salerno IS, …
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The Buna River is the strongest karst spring in the territory of Europe. It is the left tributary of the Neretva River. Its tributary Bunica flows into it in an excursion and campsite Buna. It is very rich with water and …
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Only twelve kilometers south of Mostar there is an old royal Bosnian fortress. It was a property of the duke Sandalj Hranic until 1404 when it became the former seat of herceg Stjepan Vukcic Kosaca. There was the first and …
travel review from Kinderdijk, Netherlands
updated 4 days ago
After visiting the windmills at Kinderdijk we stopped for dinner at Grand Cafe Buena Vista. Its only just around the corner. The place has a nice decor with many old radios and a real wurlitzer jukebox. We desided to sit …
travel blog from Las Vegas, Nevada
updated 5 days ago
Traffic was really no issue steering back into Sin City on New Year’s Day and we arrived at Sima’s hostel with no difficulty.  We still had time for one last dinner before Sima dropped me at the airport, and finding …
travel blog from Manchester, England
updated 5 days ago
I found myself in Manchester for the day, after driving up the previous evening.  It was my turn to jump city and see the other half, and so I did.  After a slow morning, we had to make our way …
travel blog from Bismarck, North Dakota
updated 5 days ago
If you enjoying camping in motor homes or dream about adopting a nomadic lifestyle, then you need to update your camper. Not only is it important to have basic things like food, clothing, blankets, and so on, but there are …
travel list with 17 items
updated 5 days ago
Things to see and do in Pittsburgh, the Steel City.
travel list with 45 items
updated 5 days ago
Museums large and small, here and there.
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