Monthly Archives: November 2010

1 Photo of the Week

Perhaps Laos’ most fascinating city for any traveler, Luang Prabang is a compendium of buddhist temples, beautiful scenery and great vaule for money. In an otherwise empty road an empty tuk-tuk  cruises down  road hoping to be stopped by somebody, though most tourists will probably gawking at the temples behind it or window shopping for […]

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6 Adventure Travel in Cape Town, South Africa

Situated on the coast of South Africa, with Table Mountain, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean and many varied terrains to explore, adventure activities in Cape Town can be found in abundance. The laid back atmosphere, warm weather and stunning beaches of the Mother City make it all too easy to focus on the good things […]

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3 The Temples of Angkor: 2 Wallpapers (free)

The temples of Angkor are among the most visited in the world, being Angkor Wat the biggest and most famous of them all. Built during the 12th century Angkor Wat was the political and religious center of the kingdom, and was originally called Preah Pisnulok in memory of Suryavarman II. Today it is a symbol […]

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16 Planning a Road Trip in Australia

Road trips in Australia are in a league of their own because most people do not realize that Australia is actually a large country. Almost as big as the continental United States, Australia features a variety of different climates and landscapes. One great way to explore the coasts and Outback of Australia is to take […]

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9 Not Even a Year Old and Growing High– Thanks

Keeping a travel blog updated while traveling the world is not easy, like every blogger knows: writing, editing, optimizing, uploading photos and sharing content demands a lot of time. Maitravelsite (pronounced My-Travel-Site if you ever wondered) began as a website with a blog which I would update every so often due to the old computers […]

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