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An Unusual Travelogue

Publishers’ blurbs are sometimes much better than the sound of the word blurb would imply, and anyway I always trust them more than I could possibly trust  415 more words


Weir of Hermiston by Robert Louis Stevenson (1896)


Stevenson left Weir of Hermiston unfinished at his death on 3 December 1894. It is a return to the Scottish setting of Kidnapped (1886) but now told in a more mature, subtle, ironic style. 4,708 more words


Misty Moody Mountains

They’re not actually called the Misty Moody Mountains, but the description fit on a gray day above Whittier.  The rain came early and stopped.  My regular trail pants got soaked from brushing against dripping trailside bushes, and made me wish I had my rain paints.  28 more words


Sun, Sand and Sea - Koh Phangan - Island Escape and Hiking Experience

Where should I even start…..the place we stayed was just perfect!! Although we went to this party island, we stayed at the north west area which was completely opposite to the party place. 1,861 more words


Comfort Dining in Doha

Not sure about you guys, but for me there are 3 types of cuisine, namely Indian / Asian (could be anything Chinese to Thai to Vietnamese) 396 more words


#Yes100 Challenge!

A few days ago (Sep 23) marked the day that there were 100days left in the year.  My friend Dave Cornthwaite, founder of Expedition 1000 and the Yes Tribe, is no stranger to setting personal challenges for himself.  686 more words


Petries Gully

Access: A nice walk up an old logging track beside a bubbling brook.

Navigation: Navigation is fairly straight forward if you stay on the trail… 206 more words