Stories about Travel from September, 2007
Carpetblogger exposes Kyiv's bewildering dimension.
Feringhee has snippets from her stay in Ladakh. From Yaks to shopkeepers.
Lifespan of a Chennette makes a trip to Curaçao and gives us a guided tour…
Orange Ukraine writes: “Ukrainians are dealing with the difference between being a member of the EU and being an EU neighbor and they don't like it.”
A few pre-election photos from Kyiv – from Michelle of Greetings from Kyiv.
Carpetblogger reviews “four restaurants in Kyiv that are not awful.”
Viaje Como el Orto [ES] is a blog devoted to news about public transportation in Buenos Aires. In addition, the site receives personal testimonies from individuals that have experiences difficulties with the system.
The Turkish Invasion writes about one myth of the Moscow subway that's actually true.
Copydude writes about what may pass as Soviet roadside art, and about a misadventure with a Russian woman in Kaliningrad.
KnowProSE.com spends some time in Mayaro, on Trinidad's south east coast.
Carpetblogger posts some Kyiv devushka pictures and writes about “what's hot on the streets of Kyiv this season.”
While reading Csíkszereda Musings‘s report on his vacation in Croatia, try to come up with the names of at least “five famous Croatians.”
Petr Bokuvka of The Czech Daily Word lists drawbacks of the bus service that connects Brno downtown and its airport: “In Brno, the airport is served by regular bus line number 76 that has about ten stops on the way to the center and thus is used also by people...
A comprehensive post on Romanian buses – from An American in Romania.
Living in Barbados asks: “Why is it that with a solid Caribbean regional network C&W cannot provide a simple, seamless, means of accessing services like voice mail within the region?”
Blogger Kikko passes on the rumor [Ja] that the Abe Shinzo currently in hospital is not the real Japanese prime minister but a double, and that the real PM is at taking it easy at a hot springs in Mongolia. From this (joke) rumor, she turns to the issue of...
Arch.Memory at Lebanese Blogger Forum is calling for the boycott of the bestselling book “1000 Places To See Before You Die” because it has a “gaping omission that is simply shameful and unacceptable. It lists no sites worth seeing in Lebanon, a country that contains 6 of the UNESCO World...
Petro of Petro's Jotter offers tips on how to survive on Kyiv's roads: “… drive a big car with air bags, stay out of the left lane when there is an opposing traffic lane and no guard rail, and don't drive fast.”
MoldovAnn visits the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone again, on the first Radiation Reconnaissance Mission, and writes about it, and also posts lots of photos.
Notes From The Margin discovers an ode to Barbados via a YouTube video: “Maybe someone should tell the tourist board about this one!”