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December 01, 2004

Just the way I like to travel -

Leaning_tower ”One Bag” – The art & science of traveling light

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Wonderful virtual tours of France and Spain

My vacation plans have changed some; I’ll be flying to Trinidad and from there sail on my cousin’s boat to Margarita Island off the Venezuelan coast. I may be looking at some real estate investments and maybe check out some development opportunities as well. While there, I’m looking forward to eating the island’s traditional dishes: Pastel de Chucho e Perla, Botuto Salad, Consommé de Chipi-chip and Crema de Guacuco (Sting ray pie with ripe banana and eggs, mother Pearl, sea snail salad, consommé from very tiny shells and Clam Cream)

In theory, it is an utterly simple affair. Its fundamental principles come down to a few sentences, compared to which even the roughest logbook would seem sophisticated. The Vendée Globe is a sailing race around the world, for singlehanders, without any stopover. That’s it

Who are they? I don’t know, but here are Kate & Isaac’s excellent big trip galleries

A kid getting blasted. Another one

Ukrainian battlefields of “The serpent’s wall”, a second trip of Elena, the lady who biked earlier through Chernobyl "dead zone"

360º degree panoramic views in and around central London

Today’s “Blog Of The Day” is Ben Hammersley’s blog “Dangerous Precedent”. Ben participated in April in the Marathon des Sables, a 7-day, 240 kilometer ultra marathon in the Sahara. In 2006 he plans to walk to the North Pole. If you wish to have your blog considered as “Blog Of The Day”, or if you know of a blog that should get same recognition, please email me at realhanan (at) yahoo (dot) com, or post a comment at the bottom of this post.

Photo of me above next to the leaning tower of Pisa. Many More Unusual Travel Experiences Here

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