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· August, 2011

Stories about Travel from August, 2011

Bangladesh: Coming Home For Eid

Eid is the biggest religious festival in the Muslim majority country Bangladesh, and a key part of the celebration is going home to celebrate with family in distant places. Bijoy...

Lebanon: Public Transportation Do's and Don'ts

Paraguay: Images of a Weekend in Iturbe

Turkey: An Armenian Adventure on Two Wheels

Despite historical differences and a closed border, an Armenian motorcyclist travels across Turkey, blogging his experiences and observations en route.

Cambodia: Traffic jam in Phnom Penh

India: Corruption In Indian Railways

Croatia: Top 5 Holiday Islands (+5 More)

Chile: Expats Unfazed as U.S. Embassy in Santiago Issues “Emergency Message”

The United States Embassy in Santiago has emailed an “emergency message for U.S. citizens” registered in Chile to keep out of the frequent and increasingly violent protests, but foreigners in...

Azerbaijan: Tourism – from potential to realization

Bermuda: Who's Driving the Bus?

Serbia: Belgrade's New Bridge

Somalia: Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan In Mogadishu

Croatia: “Peka Time!”

Lebanon: Tips for Tourists

Lebanon: Checkpoint Detention

Armenia: An accident and Ramazan

Missing Dutchman Returns Home after Detention in North Korea

U.S.: The Soviet Arts Experience in Chicago

Bangladesh: Tragic Deaths Puts the Spotlight on Road Safety

The untimely death of award-winning film director Tareque Masud and internationally renowned cameraman and TV journalist Ashfaque Munier Mishuk in a road accident has shocked Bangladeshis. Netizens are mourning their...

Armenia: Welcome to Turkey

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