what is ur best travel experience in your life??

India
February 13, 2007 10:32am CST
people what more do u need to relax rather than have a great trip around the world....... so....go ahead people share the best travel experience of ur life :)
5 responses
• United States
25 Feb 07
I have so many, I don't know which is best at all. I took a cruise a few years ago to the Carribean. It was heavenly because they pamper you so much on the ship - you don't have to lift a finger - you just relax and enjoy
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• India
25 Feb 07
great then carrribean cruise is the best one then yup those luxary liners pamper u a lot though.......
@carlysle (271)
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
when my friends and i went to boracay(in the philippines) for the summer... that was the best 3 days spent on a very beautiful beach with nothing to do but enjoy the view, swim all day, walk along the fine white sand and soak up all the sun...
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• India
24 Feb 07
oh....... a great experience in deed........
• India
27 Feb 07
yet to come buddyy
• India
1 Mar 07
post it when it comes dude.....
• India
27 Feb 07
well..I have lot experiences to share but i want to share my first wildlife tour that i had been for..It was amazing, heart touching experience and it was simply so much of joy that i felt when i saw animals in the wild ..in their real home....and at the same time felt extremely sad when i learnt that some animals are nearing the range of becoming extinct... But at the end of the trip I was very very happy and thrilled... Infact this was the time I got to know something more about myself & also that I am so much intrested in photography...:)
@monet0077 (156)
• United States
27 Feb 07
I had a great trip to Machu Pichu in Peru a couple years ago. It is the lost city of the Incas and was rediscovered in the early 1900's. I went with a spiritual tour group, very small group. We saw several other sites in the area, and found out about the religion and customs of the Incas. Near the end of the tour we took a train to Machu Pichu. Its in the mountains in the rain jungle. Absolutely breath-taking! The ruins from the whole community are still there. Our guide showed us different areas where the common man lived and where the royalty lived. He showed us sites where they held their religious rituals. There were places where you could feel the energy of the earth vibrating. I know that sounds weird, but you could really feel it. We went back the morning of the summer solstice (which is the winter solstice in South America) and had a very moving ceremony. Then we had time to ourselves before we had to take the train back to our hotel. It was truly a trip of a lifetime and I would reccommend it to anyone.