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The Road to Halabja Part X – Kurdish Farewell

July 8, 2014

This is Part Ten of an 11-part series on traveling in Iraq by Kevin Post. Read Part Nine here, or Part One to start from the beginning. ahmed’s intuition served us well and we finally found a dimly lit rest area far more primitive to other rest stops and gas stations I was accustomed to seeing while in […]

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Hiking Colca Canyon: A Test of Endurance in Peru

July 7, 2014

In Ryan Hiraki’s first post for Go Backpacking, he goes hiking in Colca Canyon, Peru’s 13,650-foot deep canyon outside of Arequipa.

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The Road to Halabja Part IX – Iraqi Hitchhikers & A Life of Prayers

July 3, 2014

This is Part Nine of an 11-part series on traveling in Iraq by Kevin Post. Read Part Eight here, or Part One to start from the beginning. alabja was solemn, beautiful and worthy of the trip. Although I recommend everyone visit while in Iraq to pay their respects I do not recommended staying there for more than […]

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Day Trip to Tokyo’s Mount Takao

June 30, 2014

When you’re in Tokyo and looking for a nature filled day trip that’s both relaxing and an opportunity to get some exercise, consider Mount Takao.

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10 Australian Beaches Every Backpacker Should See

June 25, 2014

id you know Australia has over 10,000 beaches? And its coast is more than 26,000km long? You get the picture: Australia’s beaches are far and wide. Campervan hire is one of the most affordable and flexible ways to explore Australia. Drive, sunbake, party, sleep. Repeat at your own pace. So pack grab a towel and […]

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