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Dan – thanks for posting this – I’ve always wanted to boat from Iquitos down to the Atlantic Coast – hammock sounds great, I have no problem roughing it. Only thing I would be worried about would be getting bit by things that cause problems later – any problems with bugs when you did this trip? What time of year were you there?
DaveAugust 14, 2013 at 11:33 am in reply to: Travelling in South Africa and neighboring countries #34080
Yea – I had a great time in Lesotho last year – small mountain country, totally landlocked by South Africa. Friendly people, ancient cave paintings, horse back riding – and picturesque natural scenery.
Thanks for mentioning the Lost Girls World Charlotte – I’ve just added them to the list 🙂
Hi Sineta – your post makes me miss West Africa – I have a friend building a home in Guinea – when I visit them, that will give me a chance to explore Senegal and some of the neighboring countries. I’ll keep your hostel in mind for when I fly into Dakar (will be going overland as I head down to Guinea). Thanks!
Thanks for posting Sarah – nice site btw. I just came across FP recently 🙂
This section is about traveling to Nepal – not a forum for advertising. All links within posts from commercial companies will be removed prior to posting new posts live here. Have you been to Nepal? Are you going? Share some of your questions and or stories here. I need to return to this great country at some point – its been too long since my first trekking to Everest Base Camp.
Thanks Alisa – I’ll put those items on my list for when I visit Bogota! I remember the gold museum in San Jose Costa Rica as being especially interesting – ties into my interest in gold mining as well 🙂
Thanks for sharing Matt. Yea Thailand certainly has a few of these “lusty nightlife” areas – the most intense I experienced was in Pattaya. I’ve been to Bangla Road in Phuket and also Patpong in Bangkok (which can be a bit intimidating later at night).
Violet – yes, we saw all those places you mentioned – I was going to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge but it was a little pricey – but then looking back, I think “how many bridges in the world can you actually climb legally”?! I look forward to another trip to Australia – this time I want to explore Melbourne and the Barossa Valley.