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1 Year Anniversary in Europe by Rachel T.
10 Oct 2005  thru  21 Oct 2005
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29 Nov 2005
Brian and I exchanged vows in Chicago on October 9, 2004. The day was emotional, beautiful and just how we imagined it would be. We decided to put off our honeymoon until we could plan the one we had dreamed about. After months of planning with eager
Amsterdam by Kirsten K. Kester
18 Jul 2000  thru  23 Jul 2000
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22 Oct 2004
My friend Ulla and I have now been talking for a couple of years about taking the car, and go somewhere in Europe. And we did it! Together with our boyfriends; Dieter and Steen we went to Amsterdam, the great metropolitan city in Holland for 5 great
Amsterdam by Wylie and Helene
22 Jul 1999  thru  25 Jul 1999
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27 Aug 1999
Amterdam est belle. Elle a son propre style. Elle suit les regles de fermeture des musees comme pas une. C'est sans doute afin de pouvoir se la couler douce dans le red light district au plus vite.
Editor's Choice Around the World in 180 days by Jolie Muren & Ned McDaniel
1 Aug 1998  thru  1 Feb 1999
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25 May 1999
This is about a life long dream to circumnavigate the world on a surfing adventure. It has been modified to include some of Jolie's ambitions in travel. I would like for it to be something of a documentary of the event.
Barcelona - Spain by Penny Rance
15 Feb 2008  thru  18 Feb 2008
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20 Jan 2009
With two days to spare till a long weekend off work, we still hadn't decided what to do. England was depressing, cold, damp and cloudy and we needed some sunshine. A chance comment of 'Somewhere warm please' and 20 minutes on LastMinute.com and we were
Beach Bound by Jason and Dana Kunzman
2 Mar 2000  thru  30 Apr 2000
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28 May 2000
Just when we thought all was well in Switzerland, all of the signs pointed in a different direction. We finally took the advice of some friends and headed for the beach.
Bruxelles celle qui se cache by Wylie and Helene
17 Jul 1999  thru  4 Aug 1999
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28 Feb 2000
Qui est cette ville qui a fait du Mannequin Piss son pseudo-embleme? Who's that city that has made the Mannequin Piss its embleme.
Bud's Travels by Bud Tourist Mannequin

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20 Dec 1999
I am a mannequin. I have been traveling all over the world since 1983. The pictures here are real, no stupid computer tricks. These photographs are a tribute to all USA Citizen/Tourists, wherever in the world they may be.
Bulgaria by Wylie and Helene
20 Sep 1999  thru  9 Oct 1999
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7 Oct 2001
Bulgaria as a lot to offer any travellers in terms of scenery. From its orthodox beaches of the Black Sea to its high mountains of the muslim Rodopi villages. Bulgaria seemed richer than Romania even though its economy is still struggling and doesn't
Eastern Europe by Jason and Dana Kunzman
3 Jun 2000  thru  12 Jun 2000
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1 Jul 2000
Although our primary interest in this region of the world was our Jewish heritage, we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty and charm Prague, Krakow, and Budapest had to offer in the post-cold war era.
Elenya by elenya nefthys

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26 Dec 2002
aqui lo que realmente importa es dar soporte grafico y literario a chorradas varias nacidas de mi cabeza
England by Kirsten K. Kester
3 May 2000  thru  5 May 2000
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8 Oct 2004
Through my e-mail account Yahoo! I was offered this two day trip to England; hardly paying any money. Although it was a very short trip; it was loads of fun and we got to see the cosy old town of Colchester. Gennem min e-mail Yahoo! blev jeg
Europe travels by Arvind

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23 Nov 2004
I recently traveled to places in Western Europe - Amsterdam, Paris, Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Berlin, and Cologne. Here is a detailed travelogue of my experiences there. I do not intend this to be a complete comprehensive travel guide - I didn't spend
Fun in France by Dan Heller
1 Jun 1998  thru  15 Jun 1998
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7 Mar 2001
When I got my assignment to shoot a cycling trip in France, I was eager to finally put to use my 16 years of French classes during grade school, high school and college. Ok, maybe high school French was a bit of a blur, but college was ...ok, maybe
G & D's Crazy Days by swazitraveller

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6 Mar 2004
Well, hello boys and girls... if you've managed to navigate your way into this website, you're worthy of reading about our fantastical adventures! The countdown clock is at 8 days and counting... Check back then for more news! G & D
India and Nepal 1998 (with kids) by Sharon McRae
10 Mar 1998  thru  25 Apr 1998
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8 Jun 2001
This is a travelogue of a five week trip our family took in 1998 to India and Nepal. We traveled budget style, one backpack for the four of us, and had a blast. Travel with the kids is a different experience, particularly to underdeveloped countries. The
Ireland by Callan Bentley
1 Jan 2003  thru  2 Jan 2003
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14 Jan 2003
I went to Ireland in December 2002 to catch up with my friend Kenny Peavy. We hung out in Dublin for several days with Kenny's wife Geetha and his mom Shirley. Then they departed, and I set off to see a bit of Ireland.
Let the Good Times Roll by Jason and Dana Kunzman
30 Nov 1999  thru  6 Dec 1999
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11 Dec 1999
This journal will contain tales regarding our leaving the United States and our adventures in England.
Lossiemouth - Scotland by Penny Rance
4 Oct 2006  thru  16 Oct 2006
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10 Dec 2006
Its a bit much when you've seen more of the world than your own country, so we decided to head off to Scotland. We were to stay in Lossiemouth a small town on the edge of the Moray Firth (sort of close to Inverness). Most people on hearing this asked
Editor's Choice Macedonia - A Land of Contrasts by Makedonka

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28 Dec 2000
In my five visits to Macedonia since 1997 I have progressed from the disorientation of a person new to a very different culture - to feeling at home. The chaos of the Skopje Airport [increased by the NATO activity in Kosovo] now seems normal! My
Milan by Shannon, Tim, Andy, Roger - Dallas Guys
2 Sep 2009  thru  2 Sep 2009
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2 Oct 2009
Moscow and St. Petersburg by Wylie and Helene
1 Jun 2000  thru  13 Jun 2000
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4 Aug 2000
Our visit to Moscow and St. Petersburg was interesting, provocative and pleasurable. The tumultuous spring weather brought out many moods in these complex cities. The weather also seemed to reflect Russia’s fitful transition to a market economy, or
My Country - Denmark by Kirsten K. Kester

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1 Nov 2004
Denmark is a beautiful country! And there are many great places to visit. To experience Denmark is a fairly easy task. Denmark is so small that you can make day trips and still be able to see a hole lot. Even though Denmark is a tiny country with an
On the Shore of the Sacred Sea by Frank Jude
15 Aug 2002  thru  31 Aug 2002
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19 Mar 2003
Siberia does not conjure up cosy images. Please, see it with a sympathetic Siberia-lover and you will never trust stereotypes again. Lake Baikal in August is tremendous. Photos to follow soon.
On the way out by Saeed Taji Farouky
5 Nov 2003
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5 Feb 2004
My contract here is almost over. As I run my last few tours in Morocco, I know I'm on my way out.
Out of Cairo by Saeed Taji Farouky
18 Nov 2002
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11 Jan 2003
I have left Cairo. Only temporarily. Taken a vacation and I left for Spain. I begin in Barcelona, then make my way to Finestrat in the South for some rock-climbing. In the meantime, this happens...
Paris by Wylie and Helene
11 Jul 1999  thru  17 Jul 1999
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26 Sep 2001
Everything they say about Paris is true. It is a city of such size and grandeur that somewhere at sometime what you’ve heard about is going to happen. I find the French, above all, a civil and cultivated people. To them all I say “merci” for a
Postcard From Europe by Paul & Dianne
25 Jul 2005  thru  1 Dec 2005
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Last Updated
28 Nov 2005
During the northern summer and autumn 2005 we are taking an extended break from work so that we can explore some of the more interesting areas in Europe. We leave in July and will be travelling through Turkey, Scandinavia, Britain, eastern Europe, Italy
Prague Day 1 by Shannon, Tim, Andy, Roger - Dallas Guys
26 Sep 2009
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27 Sep 2009
Our first day in Prague was a busy one, we went on a 3 hour guided walking tour and then walked about 4 more hours on our own. There is so much to see here and the history of the city is interesting. Last night, we went on Pub Crawl with about 100
Pre-Trip by Melissa Davenport
5 Aug 2005
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22 Aug 2005
I am going to have a go at this blogging business. I will try and keep a record of how i am feeling about leaving the Mac Kay's, Jess, Neil, Dickie and Lou and to a lesser extent England.
Editor's Choice Romania by Wylie and Helene
25 Aug 1999  thru  19 Sep 1999
Average Rating of 21 Viewers
Last Updated
6 Jun 2000
Helene and I spent a month roaming the hills of Romania. First we checked out the medival towns of Transylvania. Then we hiked the back country of Iza Valley, on the northern border by Ukraine.
RUSSIA, MONGOLIA, CHINA - 8,000kms BY RAIL by Karen G
23 Sep 2005  thru  16 Oct 2005
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13 Dec 2005
Hopefully by reading my Journal about my rail journey in October 2005 through Russia, Mongolia and China you will feel inspired to travel on the Trans Siberian Railway. As we decided on Beijing as our final destination, we had to leave the TransSib
Scotland by Kiia K
6 Aug 2001  thru  1 Jul 2022
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4 Nov 2001
This is simply pictures from Scotland, St Andrews where I was with three friends working on a farm -picking strawberries for six weeks!!
Editor's Choice Serbia by Wylie and Helene
6 Aug 1999  thru  25 Aug 1999
Average Rating of 20 Viewers
Last Updated
9 Jan 2000
Yugoslavia is a land enchanted and entangled: Love and Hate; Tranquile and Anxious. An intelligent, industrious and polite people sometimes swept into passions beyond their control or understanding. The history of the Balkans is like a pungent onion.
SERVAS by Kirsten K. Kester

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23 Apr 2005
SERVS is candy for the traveller!! SERVAS is with no doubt one of the better organization if you want to experience the local people in the country you're visiting. Through SERVAS, travellers are offered the chance to meet hosts, their families and
Sometimes a great notion by Saeed Taji Farouky
27 May 2003
Average Rating of 11 Viewers
Last Updated
15 Jul 2003
Often, we wait years for changes. We are patient, and look forward to the day when we can finally look back and remember what things were like before the change. Other times the change is sudden, and we have no chance to consider it before it's over.
Editor's Choice Steve, Lea, Brett + Beaulea's World Tour by Steve Holcroft
5 May 2002  thru  1 Apr 2003
Average Rating of 27 Viewers
Last Updated
8 Aug 2003
In June '02 myself, Lea, Brett and Beaulea set out on our journey around the world. Europe was first, followed by Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the USA. It took 12 months of hard work to plan - now we just had to enjoy...
These are my questions and complications by Saeed Taji Farouky
22 Mar 2004
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Last Updated
15 May 2004
Associating with this world of wine, expensive accents, decorating, selling the loft flat in Paris, buying another hotel in Marrakesh, partners and lovers but never husband and wife.
This is Kirsten....... by Kirsten K. Kester

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22 Apr 2005
Hi, my name is Kirsten. I was born in 1969 in Odense, in Denmark. Shortly after I was given birth we moved to Copenhagen. In 1986 I moved to Aarhus in the eastern part of Jutland, and I'm still living here. It has always been my great passion to
Turkey by Jason and Dana Kunzman
12 Jun 2000  thru  22 Jun 2000
Average Rating of 6 Viewers
Last Updated
1 Jul 2000
Expecting to find similar conditions to Morocco, Dana and I were surprised to find a thriving, somewhat modern culture with many hiden treasures.
Us, The World, and 3 Burnt Rucksacks by Steve Holcroft
1 Apr 2003
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17 May 2003
Don't let anybody tell you they know it all about travelling the world - because they don't. Some know more than others, sure, but the whole reason (I believe), that we bother to do it, is to find out for ourselves. And, of course, nobody has been
Working and Playing in Switzerland by Jason and Dana Kunzman
7 Dec 1999
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Last Updated
23 Feb 2000
The question now is how to balance work and play??!!


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