Posts in category ”Travel”

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On the desert road through the Atlas Mountains

On the desert road through the Atlas Mountains

It felt good to be back in civilization after a hot bus ride through the Atlas mountain range. As the bus winded up the narrow roads along the mountain side, I caught myself thinking of the scene in Babel where the woman got shot through the window.

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Camden on fire

Camden on fire

A newsflash today caught my eye more than usual, as there was a big fire going on in Camden. From what I heard the Canal Market is partly gone, but Lock Market and Stables Market seems to be alright.

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Airports with delayed flights

Airports with delayed flights

Most people have had their fair share of trouble with airport schedules. The Association of European Airlines recently came up with a list of the airports with worst delays, and the winners are…

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Best cities to celebrate new year

Best cities to celebrate new year

New Year’s Eve is one of the most hyped occasions of the year, but it can still be a great time to meet friends and have fun. There is celebration all over the world but the news often show images from the same old places.

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Why we travel

Why we travel

I’m currently sitting in a train traveling northeast. It is a Sunday evening in November, the month when this part of the world is covered by a cold blanket of gloom. I lift my eyes and have a look at my fellow passengers.

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The pitfalls of airline security

The pitfalls of airline security

Airline security seems to become more irrational every day. After 9/11, a lot of new rules were introduced.

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World Airline Awards

World Airline Awards

Every summer SKYTRAX compile information from 14 million surveys taken by over 90 nationalities. The result of these surveys leads to the World Airline Awards. The results for 2007 are…

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Barcelona bikes

Barcelona bikes

In Barcelona recently, I noticed several people riding red bikes. So far this year over 100 bike stations has been constructed in the city, strategically located near metro and bus stations.

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The legacy of Gaudí in Barcelona

The legacy of Gaudí in Barcelona

If there is anyone who has placed their mark on Barcelona, it would be Antoni Gaudí. His masterpiece La Sagrada Família is famous all over the world.

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Exploring Costa Brava

Exploring Costa Brava

The weekend was spent in the Catalonia region of eastern Spain, where we rented a car in Girona and roamed through beautiful villages.

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