Stories about Travel from November, 2009
A quick update from a VSO volunteer in Namibia: “As part of the immunisation program I’ve been on two crazy adventures into the deepest darkest Namibian bush, over mountains and...
Guatezona [es] provides information about the tourist destination of Jumaytepeque Volcano in Santa Rosa department in Guatemala, including the time needed to climb and the routes to take.
“I wouldn’t want to cancel my trips due to the the failure of the government to issue passport,” says Xnepali while discussing whether the Nepali government will be able to...
On November 9th, Mexicans welcomed Google Street View and its digital maps with street level photographs for Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey and other 5 cities, making Mexico the first Latin...
Dominica Weekly suggests that the island's emphasis on cruise tourism may be a bit misplaced.
My Marrakesh shares this “tasty little tale” from Marrakech, in Morocco.
Shawn and Sue and Repeating Islands blog about the Queen of England's visit to Bermuda.
KnowTnT.com‘s Edmund Gall suggests ways in which clubs and bars can “do more to encourage responsible drinking.”
From the tobacco legislation to the carbon footprint post-CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in Trinidad and Tobago, Coffeewallah asks: “Has everybody in this country lost their cotton picking minds?”
In the wake of the shutdown of several transportation routes in Bermuda, BeachLime.com wonders “what exactly Government sees its public transportation role as.”
If you were living in Bahrain and planning a wedding, where would you want to hold it? Find out the answer at London2Bahrain.
Lama J from Jordan writes about her visit to the UK and then Canada in this post.
RantingsbyMM shares a story on how she was able to get back her money from a taxi driver who overcharged her in Vietnam.
Richard Burrow from Thailand reported that temple toilets at Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai in Samut Prakan have recently built a toilet which cost as much as 5 million baht.
Winter is yet to arrive in much of Europe, but one of its geopolitical attributes is already back in the spotlight: fears of disruptions of Russian gas deliveries are growing...
Pictures of the 25th Southeast Asia Games Village in Laos were uploaded by Lao Voices
Notes from Abroad observes that Australian peacekeepers armed with automatic rifles are a common sight in East Timor
Barbados Free Press and Barbados Underground question the vision of the island being transformed into another Monaco.