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A Guide To Hiking Kjerag – a Photo Essay

Kjeragbolten hike is one of the most exciting and spectacular hikes, this is a photo essay to show you the terrain, the hiking path and the breathtaking views you get along the hike and view from the top, also included details on getting there, where to stay, difficulty of the hike, nearby attractions and everything else you’d like to know.

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Photography and Hiking the Sunny Island of Madeira

Madeira, if you are looking for Sun, sand and lovely beaches, you don’t have to venture out to the Caribbean or to the Luxury Islands of Maldives. Situated in the north Atlantic Ocean, southwest of Portugal is a beautiful and a famous island with its all year around summer weather and tropical fauna abound, tends to be busy with visitors.

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Trans Siberian routes and the trains

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step - Lao Tzu Follow the multi-part Trans Siberian Travel Series posts below. Ultimate guide to planning the Trans Siberian adventure Life on the Trans Siberian train journey Trans Siberian routes and the trains...

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Life on the Trans Siberian train journey

We embarked on an adventurous trip, halfway around the world, the adventure was to travel overland by train on the Trans-Siberian rail route. The Trans-Siberian Railway is one of the most famous train journeys in the world. For us, it was the highlight of 30 days we...

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Last Stop on the Trans-Siberian: Beijing

Beijing, a futuristic city which was transformed as a result of hosting the 2008 Olympic Games and in the process has made it more greener and visitor-friendly. This city has that affluent international city feel to it with streets and subway stations signposted in English and Mandarin, slick shopping malls and gleaming skyscrapers everywhere.

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Fourth Stop on the Trans-Siberian: Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar, the world’s coldest capital is a fascinating place to visit, at first sight it’s a jumble of soviet style concrete buildings and at the same time the other part of the city adorns fancy malls and high rise towers with neon lights, the city has a cultural mix of old palaces nestled amongst curved glass buildings jostling for space amidst chaotic traffic snarls.

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