07.01.2008 | Bangkok, Thailand
The popular book (and later movie) "The Beach" describes Bangkok's Khao San Road as "the centre of the backpacking universe."
07.02.2008 | Bangkok, Thailand
One of our LongJaunters was dealing with stomach issues and a high fever we feared might be a recurrence of malaria. The other ...
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04.12.2008 | Hamburg, Germany
Today we spent the day just outside the city of Hamburg at a former concentration camp from World War II that has been converted into a...
07.16.2008 | Bangkok, Thailand
Back in Thailand's capital, we had some down time and decided to spend it wisely by acquiring our visas for entry into Vietnam.
02.12.2008 | Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil
Just a quick bus ride from Puerto Iguazu, Argentina, we enter its sister city, Foz do Iguaçu and begin our month long exploration of Brazil.
02.18.2008 | Ilha Grande, Brazil
We heard of a great beach on the other side of the island, so we took off into the forest, despite the discouraging clouds.
02.10.2008 | Buenos Aires, Argentina
We bid enchanting Buenos Aires adieu and head north to Iguazu Falls in northern Argentina.
08.02.2008 | Shenzen, China
07.09.2008 | Chiang Rai, Thailand
Did we mention we loved the mopeds? So much, in fact, we used them again to explore Chiang Rai and the surrounding countryside.
01.05.2008 | Mexico City, Mexico
Spicy like it’s namesake, salsa dancing features fast feet, gyrating hips and a hypnotic beat that spurred even these two less-than-gra...
07.20.2008 | Huay Xai, Laos
After rising early, we caught a canoe across the mighty Mekong River to Laos and headed north to the small rice paddy paradise of Luang...
05.17.2008 | Istanbul, Turkey
We try to make a point to make it up the tallest visitable point in a city. In Istanbul, the Galata Tower is that place, rising above t...
05.06.2008 | Belgrade, Serbia
After just a tease of Sarajevo, we took off on a night train to Belgrade, the capital of the former Yugoslavia and the now independent ...
06.12.2008 | Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
Home to some of of Sri Lanka's most prosperous ancient civilizations, Anuradhapura still draws thousands to its numerous historic sites.
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