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July 21, 2006

The Myth of the Flat Earth

World_is_not_flat Galen Frysinger is a retired scientist (chemistry and physics) who now spends most of his time traveling to interesting places in the world. He has traveled to 169 independent countries plus 91 dependencies. He enjoys taking Travel Photos of People and Places. (A little bit like Matt, but he doesn’t dance…)

"I want to go from Chicago to Hippopotamus, New York" and other actual stories provided by travel agents

Randall J. van der Woning’s Hong Kong Photographic

Museum of Qin Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses (Site in Russian)

5 things you might not know about Australia (and Australians). No 1: Australia is really, really big

Seen everywhere: World's most dangerous road is North Yungas Road in Bolivia, or as it is called El Camino de la Muerte

The World Is Not Flat. (Travelers’ stories. From Good Shit)

Unrelated: A simple metaphor of Privacy & Security

(No time to blog tonight. This collection had been pre-posted a few days ago). Many More Unusual Travel Destinations Here /// Digg this post /// Add it to del.icio.us

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Small world, I used one of Galen's photos (with permission) for the header of my blog. Oh, and Hello. (Does it count if it is not on the contest post?)

Posted by: Kyle Bennett at Jul 22, 2006 2:41:10 PM