Stories about Travel from February, 2009
Morocco: Fez, a romantic getaway
Moroccan Fez has been named a top romantic getaway, reports The View from Fez, in this post.
Singapore: Pictures at a traffic junction
While waiting for the traffic lights to turn green, Frannxis from Singapore found the time to shoot pictures at the traffic junction.
Bolivia: Participation in FITUR
Alexis Argüello Sandoval of Turisbo [es] takes a look at Bolivia's participation in the 2009 International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR).
China: A fair for Muslim in Guangzhou
Jacky Peng blogs a set of photos on a fair for Muslim in Gangzhou.
Czech Republic: Olomouc Astronomical Clock
The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks writes about the Olomouc astronomical clock.
Czech Republic: Trains
CzechFolks.com writes about the Bohemian Train and efforts to improve the image of the Czech Railways.
Bangladesh: Migratory Birds
Pallab writes about the seasonal migratory birds in Bangladesh.
Trinidad & Tobago: Singing the Blues
Even as Attillah Springer suffers from the pedestrian blues on a rainy Monday in Port of Spain, she still manages to notice when “the clouds part to reveal a weak, bleak patch of blue.”
Taiwan: Hiking in the mountains
Taiwan is little known internationally as a hiking destination but there is no lack of mountain trails. Shan Ding Lu hikes to the 3,000 metre plus peak of North Dawu Mountain. Taiwan Teacher goes rockclimbing near Taichung. Chris hikes some different trails over the holidays.
Bangkok's sky trains
Fable posts a picture of Bangkok's sky train. The blogger writes: “I love the sky trains in Bangkok. Where the underground trains are boring, the sky trains are always covered in bright advertisements.”
Trishaws: Myanmar's sidecars
Today in Myanmar writes about Trishaws, the “easiest and most convenient mode of transportation in Myanmar.”
Afghanistan: Detour Dispatches
Joshua Foust, a longtime blog expert on Afghanistan, starts his insightful travelogue notes from the visit to the country he wrote so much about.
China: Hard to get home in a time for family reunion
A journey to home preludes most people's Spring festival. It usually starts a few days before the Chinese New Year eve. And when they are to say goodbye to their families, the short holiday will end with another journey back to a place far away from home. The Spring Festival...