Monica wrote to author Bill Karz:
I read your very nice article about Medellin. Thanks! I am originally from Medellin. It was really great to hear the things you have to say.
A reader from Malaysia emailed this story to a friend with this message:
useful tips for your trip in Hanoi
Ruth emailed this story to a friend with this message:
the people are are Uyghurs (90%), and Han-Chinese (10%) This is a good description. This is not really China. It is the old silk road!
GM emailed this story to a friend with this mesage:
this is a cool website [Thanks, GM!]
Kara emailed this story to a friend with this message:
You should put these accessible taxi numbers in your phone!
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Great article for you to read!
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I thought you would be interested in this. I have never heard it described so well.
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I will meet you on the beach for lovers at midnight. M_____
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Travel ideas. There are some cities listed here that have never been shown in detail on American television.
Limpopo, South Africa: Feeding a Teenage Hippo
Carol wrote to a friend:
“I want to go here and feed/pet Jessica!! It only costs $7.20. How often do you get a chance to feed/pet a REAL LIVE hippo?”
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GoNOMAD’s August 2007 Newsletter
Thought you might enjoy this newletter, especially the Milwaukee Sumerfest review. I get a lot of my ideas for trips from this source.
M__! I’m excited about this place so I thought I’d send u this and I’m sure it’ll work since we’ll be 2 days in Osaka, Love & k.o.e.cheek, Mom
Kelley, here is one of dozens of websites about San Miguel. Enjoy!
Hungarian winemaker Josef Simon
– photo by Cindy-Lou Dale
Hungarian Wine: Back in the International Spotlight
Hungarian Wine: Back in the International Spotlight by Cindy-Lou Dale was quite possibly the best article I’ve ever read about Hungary and/or wine! She’s absolutely brilliant and I can only hope that my writing can be as descriptive and poetic as hers is someday! I wrote to her and told her so too. She’s a great find!!!
Sony S. Stark, PilotGirl Productions.
sounds like we could do this in a day…
Your boys may find this site and newsletter helpful for their travels. xox
I MUST GO HERE WITH YOU.!!!! MAKE RESERVATIONS AND LETS GO FISHING TOGETHER.!!!
Hungary’s thermal caves
Moments in Magyar: Hungary Is Ready for Visitors
I thought the thermal caves sounded amazing to swim through. What do you think?
Hi just doing some research on Bogota, i am already suitably impressed. If i come to Columbia i might not get kidknapped afterall !!! Ha – ha xxx
This might be a good theme for our trip to Ireland.
See…there is such a place – not Tiramasu!!! Vanuatu! Interesting place…
Oh my god, the more I read about it the more I want to come out and explore the Island with you!!!
Local Guide: Martha’s Vineyard and NantucketHere’s a really good Martha’s Vineyard page.
Healdsburg, California — A Wine Heaven
I looked up Healdsburg and came upon this site. I think that Healdsburg sounds like an ideal place for you to visit in September.
Here is a link to think about for our trip 🙂
Good info on “Iss-key-ah”. Let’s keep it on the itinerary.
hi, could not put in better words
Hup Holland! A Bike and Boat Adventure in the Netherlands
oh baby we gotta do this! A bike and boat tour through the netherlands!
This country is dripping with history, great food and inviting locals.
this is something I totally want to experience in life. I really want my feet to be pounded and slapped — I know it seems silly — but it has been on my mind for a couple of years. I am wondering if they have Korean bathhouses anywhere in the US. It sounds so good and
invigorating to me. Just had to share! Your goofy wants to be pounded -dirty ragamuffin xo
Hey mi amore! Can’t wait for us to bask in the beauty and charm of Lake Como.
Love, Il Budino
Quebec City in the Summer Time
Here is a good website. We really enjoyed Quebec City the most. The Citadel, the Place Royale, and the Museum of Place Royale was amazing. Just 7 miles outside of town was an unbelievable waterfall the we hiked tothe top of. In Ottawa there is Algonquin Park and all the museums, but wedidn’t make it there. In Montreal…old Montreal was good with theunbelievable Cathedral of Notre Dame. We also loved the Biodome. It is in the old Olympic facility. Sorry it took so long for me to mow the grass…ha, ha.
This was very informative. Maybe we could look at next May or September.
This is not your daddy’s Palm Springs!
Budget Beaches of Sayulita, Mexico
Here’s the article with some nuts-and-bolts stuff. MY copy is perfumed with Madeira, as of lunch today — smells so sweet. We will have a fabulous trip, I just know it. If I find other sites, I’ll pass them on. Can’t wait.
The Hamptons on a Budget
This is very helpful.
Thought you might enjoy this while you’re recuperating. I’ll print a copy, too. Some good tips on things to do, restaurants, shopping around the lake.
Nice article that presents my country through perspective of a US citizen. You have permanent invitation for visit.
Paris-to-Dakar Bike Race
Hey Molly how cool does this look?
instantly thought of you and your next big trip. a new way of choosing a vacation.
I wonder whether this will ever be a reality for me. I’d love it.
This is a very good article which should give us useful tips as to where we might go.
mom – sustainablity is everywhere. check this out!
I am copyediting an autobiography written by an American-Italian lady who visited Lake Como in 1988. She is 83 years old. Because she has been wheelchair-bound with polio since she was nine, she did not see much of Lake Como and remembered only a boat ride and seeing the Alps.
I went to google.com to get more information about Lake Como and I am very glad that I did. Catherine Richards Golini has done an excellent job in enticing me to visit your beautiful and interesting Lake Como.
Please give my compliments to Catherine regarding her editorial. I could not stop until I read your whole website.
Hank Hawkins Las Vegas, Nevada USA
this is in new hampshire – found it because Bode was talking about the petroglyphs he saw over the weekend driving through the great basin from utah to ely. told him about my dream and he said that in south america they discovered a stonehenge while destroying the amazon jungle there. while looking for that i found this.
Interesting site with volunteer possibilities around the world. I chose to look at Namibia – hey if it’s good enough for Angelina & Brad..
Found this useful site about Polis. If you are going with the kids during hols you may find it useful.
Worldwide Directory of Overseas Teaching Jobs
I stumbled across this and thought that it was really cool. We can do this later in life. Or in the summer when our kids are older. What do you think?
GoNOMAD Destination Mini Guide: Lake Como, Italy
This is cool about Lake Como. Take a look.
Damn, I would LOVE to be a fly on the wall in a hamman. If you go, take a hidden camera!
Midnight in the Piedmont: Chasing the Wild Truffle
Bob you’ll love this article!!
Don’t you want to hop on a plane?
Kashgar, China: The Market at the Top of the World
I think we should head up to kashgar for the weekend and then come down to see more of Urumchi. I would love to take that brief excursion to the dessert… especially to see the dunes. It is the second largest in the world after the Gobi. Looks as if there is a lot to see and do in Xinjiang.
I think this page is pretty good description.
We have now booked our trip to Kura Kura for September. There is very little information on this island in the Jawa Sea, so just hope we have made the right decision – the article was very well written.
Hi,,,this sounded very intertesting,,,good info
I signed up for their newsletters and have spent a bit of time searching their adventures.
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Bat Caves of Trinidad
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Motorcycling in the Himalayas
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“We should print this out for info”
Rick Steves Essay on Travel
“I thought you’d also be interested and agree with this article by Rick Steves. I follow his travel advice often. GoNomad.com is a great site too — though it will get you even thirstier for travel than ever before!”
Check this out. You and me and nothing but love.
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Mountain Biking in Moab
“Hello!! This article was detailed and informative!”
“I just wanted to say that I love the article, Mountain Biking in Moab, Utah. I have always wanted to go there being from Denver and I definitely think I’m going to take a trip this spring as recommended. I love the fact a bike shop was recommended as not to haul your bike and other things to do other than making it a trip just about mountain biking, but so many other things to do as well. Thanks for posting the article!!!”
“This was a great article. It brought the place alive and places Kura Kura near the top of the list of where I want to visit. I hope to see more work here from Lisa Goins in the near future.”
“Great site, I was wondering if anyone would have a good recommendation for a Jeep/4×4 rental in Costa Rica. My Google searches aren’t bearing much fruit.”
“Walk like a Brazilian.”
” All about your favorite country, baby.”
“Just wanted to show you this I found, potential for your next trip to paradise.”
“This site seems pretty informative, u think we’d stay long there? We’re to avoid monsoon but i dun noe when dat is..”
“a ver si te llega toda la pagina el cafe esta en Woll something strasse ”
“todd… give to Ami… there’s a bit on SCUBA diving which is suppossed to be excellent. Downside is probably cost of air fair but I didn’t check it out. DAD”
Slovenia by the Sea
“This caught my eye–maybe something to try in combination with Vienna or Venice, which aren’t too far away…”
“See guys, no need to worry!”
“Weckt Erinnerungen!”Gruss, Dieter
“This is an interesting website – and I’m checking through them for grape picking….plus www.verbenabluviaggi.com”
“Connie; An interesting article on Richmond. Riley”
“how about this as a diversion…”
“This is about Borocay. It looks like a long way to go to get to a beach… Let’s talk soon.”
“Hi Walter This may be of interest to you best wishes steve”
“Laura, Thought this might interest you. Might be able to use it as a tax deduction, also. Karen”
A Trinidad Adventure – Rough Terrain, Gentle People
“Here’s something we could try.”
Keep that writer, he is terrific!”
We have been to one already…when to the others?
Isle Royale: Michigan’s Secret Island
We should go here on our road trip!!!
This tells a bit about some neat things we have to do here in the desert when you are here! 🙂
Mexico’s Vast Copper Canyon on a Tiny Aussie Budget
this is one of many mexico copper canyon site. does that kind of adventure appeal to you. sounds like one must prepare physically before heading out on this one.
Greta, this is an article that was published by my friend Her goal is to travel and become a food
taster/critic/whatever, writing about the countries and culture via their dishes. I thought you might enjoy reading it. Love mom
Mary – this is the site I told you about from the Rotary meeting.
Cooking In Italy: Being Part of the Family at Mami Camilla
This cooking school sounds delightful and has reasonable single accomodations for cooking students. Beautiful location. You could take calsses starting May 2.
interesting travel link…for ideas
Star Wars Slumbers: Sidi Driss Hotel– Matmata, Tunisia
pareil comme les Flintstones!
ohh la la !!!!
Ask us to take you to Maymont the next time you are in Richmond. The Italian Gardens offer a wonderful view of the James River as your “Italian multi-leveled landscape does of the Catskills.
See for your reading pleasure
Info sur les voyages au Costa Rica avec les enfants
Why am i not surprised?
Allen, send this on to John Father
Hi Gillie, interesting read.
Ethiopia Photo Gallery
just wanted to send some pics of Ethiopian. How cool does this sound?
info on PNG as “The Last Frontier”
Plz find this website it can help you in looking for a job in china also other countries try this one.
Hon, plz check this website I think it can help you well in finding unique teaching methods and strategy of Teaching English in China.
Was checking out postal service and what not. Maybe the rain suit would b good! love, mom
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