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Peru - Lima (last stop for Christmas shopping)

From the Trip: Old Enough To Know Better, Young Enough To Do It Anyway

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(September 9th, 2012)

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Vietnam - Ninh Binh (rice paddies)

From the Trip: Old Enough To Know Better, Young Enough To Do It Anyway

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From: Kairii

(November 25th, 2011)

Thanks for the insgiht. It brings light into the dark!

Vietnam - Quy Nhon (cham towers and round fishing boats)

From the Trip: Old Enough To Know Better, Young Enough To Do It Anyway

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From: Char

(November 25th, 2011)

Your story was really informative, tahnks!

China - Emei Shan and Leshan (world's biggest Buddha)

From the Trip: Old Enough To Know Better, Young Enough To Do It Anyway

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From: Jaycee

(November 25th, 2011)

These pieces really set a satnadrd in the industry.

Bolivia - Uyuni (salt flats)

From the Trip: Old Enough To Know Better, Young Enough To Do It Anyway

From: Kelli

(November 25th, 2011)

You mean I don't have to pay for epxret advice like this anymore?!

Argentina - Salta (swine flu)

From the Trip: Old Enough To Know Better, Young Enough To Do It Anyway

From: arthur

(September 20th, 2009)

is Salta at a high altitude? - sounds more like altitude sickness to me, especially if it went away quickly. Although those symptoms are an exact match for any number of things (such as, for example, being a bit tired, or a bit soft...)

From: NORAHandJON

(September 27th, 2009)

Salta is not at high altitude and it's been two weeks now and we're still not better. So it's deffo flu of some sort.

From: NORAHandJON

(September 27th, 2009)

Salta is only at 1,150m. We're now at 2,500m in Tilcara so although we have the same symptoms, we don't know where flu stopped and altitude sickness started! Norah.