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Expat Adventure: What Lurks Dark Corners Paperblog Pick in Travel

Expat Adventure: What Lurks in Dark Corners

Tweet After my nightly shower in my lovely bathroom here in Moldova, I make an unpleasant discovery: A tiny dark alien thing has taken up residence at the top of my left leg, in th... Read more

Uncontacted Tribe Lives Less Than 100km From Machu Picchu Paperblog Pick in Travel

Uncontacted Tribe Lives Less Than 100km From Machu Picchu

As mentioned last week, Sunday marked the 100th anniversary of the re-discovery of Machu Picchu by explorer Hiram Bingham. And while that amazing place continues to inspire... Read more


  • Interrail Europe Tips from a Female Solo Traveler

    Interrail Europe Tips from Female Solo Traveler

    Around this time last year, I was on the most exciting trip of my life! Armed with everything I've accumulated the past years or so which I had to fit into tw... Read more

    The 27 July 2011 by   Juanatravels
  • My Favorite Castle Ruins in Germany

    Favorite Castle Ruins Germany

    I have explored quite a few castle ruins in Germany and while I always enjoy visiting them, I recently visited some castle ruins that took my breath away –... Read more

    The 05 July 2011 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
  • Honeymoon Wardrobe: Southeast Asian Exploring

    Honeymoon Wardrobe: Southeast Asian Exploring

    Travelling to Southeast Asia can, at times, feel like a bit of minefield when it comes to clothes. In most, if not all, of Southeast Asia, women are supposed... Read more

    The 04 July 2011 by   Thehoneymoonproject
  • Costco Sydney, Australia Wooo Hooo Man.

    Costco Sydney, Australia Wooo Hooo Man.

    The rain here has been torrential, so as I pulled into the house at 8:45 this morning, I assumed it would be a cold, quiet day at homem, catching up on the... Read more

    The 21 July 2011 by   Floridagirlinsydney
  • Day Twenty-Two: Ayurvedic Oil Massage and Gulab Garden

    Twenty-Two: Ayurvedic Massage Gulab Garden

    Our friends have a linking enterprise where they make carpet borders – and hundreds of coloured threads are stored there. And in the same enterprise the... Read more

    The 22 July 2011 by   Luphil
  • I'm Pregnant in the Netherlands. What Do I Do Now?

    Pregnant Netherlands. What Now?

    Back in mid-April of this year I discovered I was pregnant. While this is something my husband and I had talked about and been planning, neither of us had... Read more

    The 18 July 2011 by   Clogsandtulips
  • The Ceremonial Masks Of Bolivia

    Ceremonial Masks Bolivia

    picture used with permission Ten days ago I posted about Lucha Libre And The Fighting Cholitas, a great article by 'Bolivia for 91 Days.' Here's another one... Read more

    The 21 July 2011 by   Gerard
  • Amsterdam // Canal Tour

    Amsterdam Canal Tour

    Some people call Amsterdam the “Venice of the North”. Amsterdam is a city surrounded by water, connected by bridges and whose tiny islands holds some of the mos... Read more

    The 31 July 2011 by   Laurawh77
  • The Greatest Cultural Extravaganza That One Could Imagine

    It was only after I wearily stumbled onto my 6am flight that I realised I had no idea what to expect from Berlin. Other cities such as Barcelona and Amsterdam... Read more

    The 04 July 2011 by   Beanandgone
  • Four Great US Road Trips

    Four Great Road Trips

    There’s nothing quite like the open road for a real feeling of freedom – and there’s nowhere quite like the... Read more

    The 20 July 2011 by   Thehoneymoonproject