Byteful Travel Blog Carnival #20 – 2013 September
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Whenever I see people with a clueless look on their face, a city map in one hand and a guidebook in the other, I tend to stop and offer help. It’s good karma for travelers like us. Plus, I’ve been there—lost in a new city, unable to read the damn map properly, looking for directions, etc. But tourists can be really weird.
I LOVE the Olympic Peninsula. There are so many beautiful places to explore that I could spend all summer camping there and never get bored.
Located at the very end of eastern edge of Asia, the Philippines is home of several islands of approximately 7,000.
The state of Bavaria is one of the most beautiful in all of Germany. Home to the German alps, quaint towns, alpine lakes, and castles, there is much to discover and enjoy in the area. Neuschwanstein castle, one of the world’s most famous castles, is situated in the foot of the alps in Bavaria with stunning lake a mountain views. Definitely a must-see for any visit to this area!
Saudi Arabia is an impossible scenario for the independent traveler, but I am stubborn in my attempt to prove that notion false.
One of best bird sanctuary in the southern part of India. Rangantitu forms integral part of our Mysore city trip itenary. Best time to visit this sanctuary is from February to October when the migratory birds are available in plenty.
ebele presents Remembering March 11/2011. The Tohoku Earthquake. | Street-side convos, posted at Street-side convos, saying,
My experience of moving to Japan and experiencing the Tohoku earthquake, as well as life lessons I discovered through that intense emotional experience.
Join me on a journey through the world of flowers in the Dominican Republic. Lets get up close and personal =).
Chris Dame presents Flight Search Engines: How to find the cheapest flight posted at Carry Everything On, saying,
From years of nonstop traveling, a full breakdown of how to quickly find the best and cheapest flights using search engines.
Tourismjournal presents Ways to Get Great Service in Cheap Hotels in Bangkok posted at Holiday In Bangkok, saying,
You may think that finding cheap hotels in Bangkok will be very difficult, but if you have spent some time looking around before your departure, there are actually lots of options that you can consider.
Not all travel stories are about the happy travel life. Sometimes things take a turn for the worse. Ever had a gun to your head? Read about how we managed to get out of a very sticky situation.
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