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British filmmaker Graham Hughes is taking his love of travelling to the limit, embarking on an epic - challenge to step foot in every country on earth in a single year without flying. This series documents his madcap attempt to break a world record by visiting 200 countries and travelling 90,000 kilometers in 52 weeks of non-stop travelling - virtually all of it on public transport. Racing against a ticking clock, Graham sets out with no support, a limited budget and only a video camera for company.
Hotel Casa de los Milagros Dirección : Guillermo Prieto # 12, Tequisquiapan, Qro. Mexico. Ubicado en pleno centro de Tequisquiapan, (atraz del auditorio municipal). Aceptamos mascotas. Aprovecha nuestra promoción solo Febrero Habitación para 2 personas $690.00 por noche, si te quedas dos noches $600.00 por noche.
Israel's LGBT community has a reason to be proud: It has officially been proclaimed the best gay travel destination of 2011. In a world-wide survey conducted by GayCities.com and American Airlines, 43 percent of voters cast their ballot in favor of the White City, followed by New York City with 14 per cent, Toronto with 7 per cent, Sao Paulo with 6 per cent, Madrid and London with 5 per cent each and New Orleans and Mexico City with 4 per cent each The crowning title of Best City was just one of the categories included in the competition of gay destinations.
Before arriving in Mexico during our ongoing Trans-Americas Journey we estimated that we’d spend about eight months in the country. By the time we finally tore ourselves away we’d spent 18 months driving 24,737 miles through 29 of the 31 states in Mexico . We recently went back through all 177 of the posts we put up about Mexico and compiled this list of the Top 10 Reasons to Go to Mexico complete with links back to our original words and pictures on the subject. We road tripped through Mexico because that’s what we do. However, no matter how you explore Mexico you’ll be glad you did because… #1…the beach is just the beginning
¿Te interesa viajar al extranjero? Si eres mexicano y vas a viajar al extranjero, radiomexicointernacional te ayuda a saber si necesitas tramitar una visa. Además, ofrece recomendaciones útiles sobre requisitos sanitarios y de entrada a los diferentes países del mundo.
by Jessica | February 16th, 2009 Paris is an art lover’s city. But I’m talking here about more than just the impressive collections of art found in the city’s famous museums and galleries.
The world’s economy is crashing, and no country is feeling the pain of this global credit meltdown more than Iceland. The country’s overextended banking industry has collapsed, and the country has declared bankruptcy. Yes, I said the COUNTRY. The last few weeks have seen its currency completely freefall. The current exchange rate is 122 Krona to a dollar, up from 77 in May 2008.
Where were you dreaming of travelling to this summer? Spain, Greece or Turkey? Perhaps somewhere more exotic, such as Morocco or Sri Lanka? While millions of people ponder these tried and true holiday spots, it’s worth sparing a thought for the nations for whom the arrival of a tourist is a genuinely newsworthy event. It might be hard to believe in this globalised world but some countries – whether for reasons of isolation, war or just a lack of obvious things to do – have slid completely off the tourism map.
29 life lessons learned in travelling the world for 8 years straight | Fluent in 3 months - StumbleUpon<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-5363" title="teide" src="http://www.fluentin3months.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/554x415xteide.jpg.pagespeed.ic.IY41WTvIMQ.jpg" alt="" width="554" height="415"/> Eight years. That’s 416 weeks, or almost 3,000 days. This is the amount of time that I have not had a fixed home; moving to a new country, culture and language every few months and taking absolutely everything I own with me. It has been a significant percentage of my life, and it’s still long from over. I had actually done some travelling before – a couple of summers in the states, and an entire month already in Spain.
Welcome to the Legal Nomads Resources page, created to highlight some of the tips, tricks and resources I’ve learned in my years of world travel. For food-specific resources, please see my Resources for Food Travelers page . I’ll be adding and updating going forward, and if there are any subjects missing that you’d like to know more about, please contact me . Three years of travel, all in one photo 1) Why Quit your Job to Travel Around the World?
Are you ready to start planning your own RTW trip? Tomorrow BootsnAll begins Plan Your Round the World Trip in 30 Days . Sign up to start from the beginning and receive a new lesson plan every day. You’ll be on the road before you know it! You may never have heard or read the letters R-T-W before.
Preachers Rock, Preikestolen, Norway Blue Caves - Zakynthos Island, Greece Skaftafeli - Iceland Plitvice Lakes – Croatia
Skeptical Face Travel for free? This dudes crazy right? Today is part two of what I am calling the "Knowledgeable Nomads" series, in which I will be teaching my readers how they can travel the world while ballooning their savings accounts rather than draining them dry. In the first part of this series I discussed general topics such as how to figure out what you want, devising your own getaway plan, quitting your job, creating a mobile income and taking the leap.