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 Trip to Iraq, anyone?Trip to Iraq, anyone? by Cat Ellis
 Arrival in FrankfurtArrival in Frankfurt by Frances Zheng
October 21st, 2008, with the Roman's triumphant horn announcing for the thousandth time through the airplane radio that this airline was on time (even though it was 10 minutes late), I was freed from my tiny seat where I couldn't bend my k
 God's CountryGod's Country by Valerie Sartor
"You get pretty grubby trekking around for a few weeks, but boy, it was the experience of my life," a chubby, middle-aged Dutch woman said, smiling. "My husband and I went out into the steppe with 3 younger people, one American and
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 Living on River GuayaLiving on River Guaya by Alexander Mikhaylov
River Guaya that borders an Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil, is awfully wide. In morning, it rises with a high tide, swelling as it goes, then stops and turns the other way around, exposing a narrow strip of mud along its banks, littered with rubb
 TurnLeft Spring 2008: BerlinTurnLeft Spring 2008: Berlin by Turnleft
Dear style travelers, Trendwatching has a fantastic March report on the rise of free stuff and turnleft has made it: free city style guides, updated quarterly and dedicated to our favourite world cities. Turn
 TurnLeft Spring 2008: AmsterdamTurnLeft Spring 2008: Amsterdam by Turnleft
Dear style travelers, Trendwatching has a fantastic March report on the rise of free stuff and turnleft has made it: free city style guides, updated quarterly and dedicated to our favourite world cities. Turn
 T5T5 by Clint Wayne
It has finally happened. Following 16 years of planning, Government Inquiries, Environmentalists stamping their feet like little children in condemnation and, following five years of mega-construction, the Builders have finally packed up their to
 Sofia's Letters from London #10Sofia's Letters from London #10 by Sofia Gkiousou
The complications of air travel seem to be never-ending lately and people travelling from British airports are set for a little bit more confusion. New security checks are coming in play and some airports decided to relax the
 UlkomaalaismainontaaUlkomaalaismainontaa by Asa Butcher
Suomessa asuvat ulkomaalaiset ovat voimavara, jonka mahdollisuuksia ei täysin ymmärretä. He markkinoivat uutta kotimaataan ystävilleen ja sukulaisilleen, ja voisivat tehdä sitä laajemmin
 AotearoaAotearoa by Clint Wayne
At the beginning of 2006, following four years of planning, my lady and I finally realised our life’s ambition to visit the ‘Jewel of the World’ that is New Zealand, so it is with much pleasure that
 Shit happens #1Shit happens #1 by Thanos Kalamidas
Reading that the Australian airline Qantas forbid the entrance of a passenger on to one of their airplanes because they didn’t like the t-shirt he was wearing reminded me of the late-70s and all the punk t-shir
 Rob Jenkinson's Letters from America #16Rob Jenkinson's Letters from America #16 by Rob Jenkinson
Dear readers, My life is one big airport. I’m not kidding. As I write, I am awaiting what
 Cheers Brussels!Cheers Brussels! by Clint Wayne
Having firmly nailed our Euro-sceptic colours to the political mast many years ago, it was with some trepidation that my wife and I now found ourselves seated on the majestic Eurostar. We were travelling at high speed through the Channel Tunnel to
 A dictator in paradiseA dictator in paradise by Thanos Kalamidas
We live in a world that hangs Saddam Hussein one day and a day later millions watch the most disturbing pictures through the internet, even in places as remote as Fiji, a country so small and so distant. However, life does go on in the small islan
 Fasten your seatbeltsFasten your seatbelts by Asa Butcher
Flying is so amazing that the United Nations General Assembly have even bestowed a special day upon it. Assembly Resolution A29-1 declared 7 December each year, starting in 1994, as International Civil Aviation Day a
 
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