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Make Travel Not War

Make Travel
Not War

How would the world be different if everyone traveled? Could travel help unite the world? If everyone had traveled and experienced other countries and cultures, would there be so many wars? Would you agree that many of the differences between nations, people and politicians would be altered dramatically through travel before conflicts ever began?

Lost in Engrish Translation

Lost in Engrish
Translation #4

As one of my favorite series, here is another collection of Engrish Translation masterpieces. I just hand it to the companies that put there full trust in Google translate. They must run out and print signs, logos, menus by the 1000's without ever really checking to see if what they've just produced makes any sense to the English speaking world!

Monkeys & Beaches of Krabi,</br> Thailand thumbnail

Monkeys & Beaches of Krabi,
Thailand

Krabi is known for being a destination spot for many travelers. It is located on the on the West Coast of Thailand and is just south of Phuket. It’s proximity on the coast is ideal as a hopping point to many popular islands in Thailand such as Ko Phi Phi though there are hundreds if not thousands of other islands dotting the sea in this area.

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The Ring Road, Iceland – Day 1 – Reykjavik to Vik

Today was the beginning of our adventure along the Ring Road in Iceland which circumnavigates the entire country. This was a trip I was more excited to make during my world travels than any others up to this point. Iceland’s Ring Road total distance is 1,339 kilometers (832 miles) and we were traveling from Reykjavik to Vik on our first day.

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Travel from
Jaipur to Jaisalmer

After spending a great amount of time traveling throughout Rajasthan, I was train bound for the deserts of Jaisalmer which sits on the edge of India and Pakistan. This was sure to be a change of pace as Jaisalmer is a much smaller city with less touts and tourists. I was also intent on finding adventure riding camels and sleeping on sand dunes...

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Broken Down
on a Tibet Road

Having left from Lhasa, Tibet just days earlier, we left the town of Shigatse early that morning and were headed towards Everest Base Camp but about an hour into the drive, I heard something snap in the engine from the back of the bus and about ten minutes later, we came to a rolling stop. This bus was officially broken down on a Tibet road...