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United Kingdom - England - London
London Eye
The London Eye is a Ferris-wheel of sorts with 32 high-tech, glassed-incarriages, each accommodating up to 25 passengers, rotating upward and aroundwith continuous piped-in commentary. Each air-conditioned carriage rotates on adevice designed to keep everyone upright as the wheel slowly revolves. On aclear day, the panorama can stretch as far as Heathrow Airport and WindsorCastle. By night, London's landmarks are floodlit against the darkness,showcasing the Gothic houses of Parliament, Westminst....
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United Kingdom - England - London
The British Museum
The oldest museum in the world founded in 1753 by an Act of Parliament. It includes the Assyrian treasures, Egyptian mummies, the Rosetta Stone, sculptures from the Parthenon, and the Portland Vase. It will take you all day to walk around and you are more likely to ware out your shoes than run out of things to see..
Australia - Queensland
Australia Zoo - Home of the Crocodile Hunter
It's a great day out! It's all very well run and has heaps of native animals.It's spread over a huge area and most animals are in large enclosures. These isquite a lot of walking involved to see everything but the free train helps. Foodis available but wasn't great and rather expensive as you might expect. Heaps ofplaces to eat a packed lunch..
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Australia - Queensland
The Natural Bridge
The Natural Bridge is a naturally formed rock arch over Cave Creek (theheadwaters of the Nerang River). It was formed from a waterfall which undercut acave beneath the waterfall and dug a pothole on top, until the two joined andthe creek flowed through the cave, leaving an arch across the front.The bridge is in the territory of the local Kombumerri aboriginal people (afamily group of the Yugambeh language peoples). The first Europeans to find itare said to be timber cutters Alexander (Sandy) Dun....
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New Zealand - All
Best things when touring New zealand
i just did my trip round nz and these were the best two things i found. i did abus tour with flying kiwi and that was amazing if you are into the outdoors anddont want to spend a fortune. i also did some wofing (working on organic farm)which gets you free accommodation and food in exchange for doing some basictours - awesome way to see beautiful palcesw
New Zealand - South Island
campervans or motorhomes
wow just back from a tour of the south island of new zealand, its all you expect and more, breathtaking scenery, exciting adventure sports, and whales thrown in for good measure. We travelled with a beautiful campervan with all you needed and more besides, friendly service and extremely helpful. Some of the bigger companies out there cant possibly look after you the way did. Recommend them to anyone.
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Botswana - Francistown
Francistown bus station
An amazing variety of destinations, peoples and sights. Try the local foods being hawked. A piece of Botswana that added so much flavour to the other wonders already seen. Just spend a day there watching the buses come in and depart.
Malawi - Ntchisi
Ntchisi Forest Lodge
This is a guest house run by a friendly South African woman who fell in love with Malawi several years ago and now has a lease to run this charming old house built in colonial days, for guests. She employs locals to help stoke the fire for the hot water, cook the meals, attend to the laundry and garden. They live in harmony, just like a family. Visit the kitchen and chat to the cook. The air is cooler than the lowlands and very agreeable. The surrounding forest has some wild monkeys and man....
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Peru - Lima
Peru Cusco Machupicchu
The new park regulation for Machupicchu is the new rule for trekers to the lost city of thei nca 4 days 3 nights
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Portugal - Leiria
Nazaré is an old fishing village. In the old days, before the new harbour wasbuilt, the fishing boats were pulled on to the beach by oxen. When I was therethe fisherman's wives were still wearing the traditional dress; a black kerchiefand the seven flannel skirts.Along the foreshore you will find shops, cafes and restaurants. There is also anmarket selling fresh fish, fruit and veges. It's in the middle of town andshouldn't be to hard to find. I think it's open most days too.
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