2012-03-31 – Great Zimbabwe (near Masvingo), a set on Flickr.
Big structures, stone-on-stone (no mortar), hundreds of years old – pretty unexpected in Africa. I wish Zim was known for sites like this one…
I had spontaneously decided to do the Phnom Sampov tour with Butterfly Tours the night before. The guy who organized the tours for the First Hotel turned me off from booking with him when he announced toward the receptionist that “he
"Go see the Masada sunrise!" is a sentence you will hear all over the hostels in Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv. I saw the photos and was convinced. But I didn't want to book a tour from Jerusalem (and get up at
Lovcen National Park is one of five National Parks in tiny Montenegro. On the summit of Mount Lovcen, the second highest if the mountain range, sits the Njegos National Monument, one of the most important places for the Montenegrin people. After much
Notes on traveling is Stephen Fry proof thanks to caching by WP Super Cache