JUST TRAVELOUS | follow me on my way to travelosity Dream Jobs: How is it to live as a diving instructor in Koh Tao? Not sure about you, but when I’m travelling I’m always thinking about, what I would do, if I wouldn’t do what I’m doing. Could I live somewhere in the middle of nowhere? Work as a waitress in Paris?
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While on my 5 week sojourn in India, I tried a few Indian foods. Ok, I tried lots and lots of Indian foods. Sometimes I stuck to the same ol’ favorites, like sag paneer and sometimes I branched out to things like goat (not so bad). And there were plenty of times that I skipped the Indian food and dove straight into some hummus. Some Sojourns | Some notes on life's journeys.
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Round-the-World Travel Blog | Inspiration It was night when I landed in Kathmandu, in mid-May this year. It had been a long eighteen hours from Sydney via Guangzhou with the cheap, cheerful and overheated China Southern airlines. The weeks before the flight had been even longer.
lasaventurasdesara Prague. My final personal and flight-requiring excursion of my study abroad experience. Weird. Thankfully also my last experience of unnecessarily traveling the 5 hours to Madrid, just to sleep uncomfortably in the airport. The bus was actually the nicest bus I’ve taken so far, but I got zero sleep while we were in the airport, can’t win ‘em all.
Spring Sunshine Weather With Easter just around the corner it’s about time I updated my latest adventures. ( Not that I have been anywhere particularly interesting since Christmas) It’s been an interesting couple of months with lots of reflection, tears and laughter. Spring has definitely sprung here in Darmstadt and we’ve had some of the most beautiful weather. When the sun is shining I am always reminded why I love living in Europe. The Amazing Adventures of Kate and Bear
hello my long lost interwebians. i’ve been back states-side for two months now and i still get a heartache when i think about my 127 day adventure being over. visiting friends and family has been a blast and a blessing, if there was a way to take all my loved ones on a never-ending travelcation, i’d be all over it. i’ve attempted to answer questions about the trip, narrowing it down to a few favorite memories and locations. i’m about as successful at that as i am at deciding and articulating what i’m going to do next with my life. in case you haven’t gotten to personally experience the answer to any of those questions, just envision some rambling interspersed with a few ‘ums’. thankfully one of the take-aways of my trip was to gain a little perspective. if i can navigate my way from andorra to barcelona to scotland to france, all on my own using budget transportation, then i can handle the ambiguity of this next stage in my life. 127 days
Morocco is one of those places I have always dreamed of going, but I never thought I’d have the opportunity to actually go. My study abroad program, CEA, offered a trip through Morocco Exchange for a three night, four-day, and right away I knew I had to go. We would be doing two nights at a homestay outside Marrakech and then one night in Marrakech. I knew this would be a trip of a lifetime. I did not know too much about Morocco, and especially Marrakech, but I did have a few preconceived feelings and ideas about the Muslim people. In America Muslims are portrayed as very religious people who are most likely terrorists. Two Worlds Colliding: Barcelona and America
Italian gardens are among the most beautiful in the world thanks to their lush vegetation and because they welcome some really valuable pieces of art and architecture. Italian gardens are perfect for a summer or spring getaway and are the ideal place to discover the beauty of Italian landscapes. The following is a list of some of the best gardens to visit in Italy, let’s take a look at it! Villa Durazzo Pallavicini – Genova Pegli (Liguria) Built between 1840 and 1846, this is an example of XIX century romantic garden. The architect who designed it, Michele Canzio, who was also a set designer at the Carlo Felice Theatre, created a path inspired by melodrama, where it is possible to promenade among neo-classical and neo-gothic pieces of architectures surrounded by palm trees, exotic plants, holly oaks, bay trees, etc. Giardino Giusti – Verona (Veneto) This garden was owned by the Giusti family since 1400. do it while you're young
Backscatter x-ray image of TSA Security Laboratory Director Susan Hallowell A full-body scanner is a device that detects objects on a person's body for security screening purposes, without physically removing clothes or making physical contact. Depending on the specific technology, the operator may see an alternate-wavelength image of the person's naked body, or merely a cartoon-like representation of the person with an indicator showing where any suspicious items were detected. For privacy and security reasons, the display is generally not visible to other passengers, and in some cases is located in a separate room where the operator cannot see the face of the person being screened. Full body scanner
the cheapest destinations blog Take the leap! If you live in the UK, Holland, or Australia and you tell people you’re going to go backpacking around the world for a year, you’ll get a lot of nods and slaps on the back. If you say you’re moving abroad somewhere, they’ll probably ask when they can come crash at your place. You probably won’t be looked at as a loony. In much of the USA or even Canada, however, it’s still a different story.
my travel map Backpacking the Goat Rocks Wilderness If you’re into wilderness backpacking and you have not been to the Goat Rocks Wilderness of Washington State, you’re missing out. It is potentially the best backpack I have ever been on (and that includes the one I did in Patagonia, Argentina!).
I'm going to Germany Two days before Switzerland we had a company visit in Cologne. We visited Nuro Games they make games for iphones and androids. Then we went and got ice cream! Me and Laura split this one it was called an after eight mint ice cream deluxe something or other. IT WAS AMAZING! I’m so glad it’s finally getting warm enough to have ICE CREAM!!
peru en route Iron House and other mansions in Iquitos The Iron House is by far the most iconic architectural attraction in Iquitos. It is present in all guide books and touristic brochures in addition to the other city sites such as the main square and its church, the Malecón Tarapacá and Belén Market. The Iron House, which is located on the first block of the Próspero street just in front of the main square, represents the splendor and horror that Iquitos lived through the rubber boom between 1880 and 1920. Continue reading
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