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Afghanistan   Mazar-e-Sharif  

7/2/2007 - 7/3/2007
Afghanistan   Kabul   Heroin users on the streets of Kabul

6/30/2007 - 7/1/2007
Afghanistan   Panjshir Valley   Tomb of Ahmad Shah Massoud's

The road through the Panjshir Valley from Kabul to the tomb of Massoud is lined by blown up Soviet tanks.

6/29/2007 -
Afghanistan   Kabul   Psychiatric & Drug Dependency Treatment Hospital

Dr. Kareshi and his staff who have been running this hospital for a number of years take care of mental health patients and heroin addicts with few resources. The clinic has 20 beds for heroin addicts, 20 beds for female mental health patients and 20 beds for male mental health patients.

6/28/2007 - 6/30/2007
Afghanistan   Kabul  

6/28/2007 - 7/1/2007
Afghanistan   Kabul  

6/25/2007 - 6/26/2007
Afghanistan   Kabul   Bread Bakery

6/24/2007 -
Afghanistan   Kabul   Darulaman Palace

The old royal palace in western Kabul, which was built by Amanullah in the 1920's, is now a crumbling building destroyed by the bombings in the 1990's.

6/24/2007 -
Afghanistan   Kabul   Butcher Shops and Meat Stalls

6/23/2007 - 6/30/2007
Afghanistan   Kabul  

6/22/2007 - 6/24/2007
Afghanistan   Kabul   Manufacturing

Metal Frames, Doors, Horseshoes, and Cabinets

6/22/2007 -
Afghanistan   Kabul  

6/20/2007 - 6/22/2007
Afghanistan   Faizabad  

6/18/2007 - 6/20/2007
Afghanistan   Ishkashim  

6/17/2007 - 6/18/2007
Andorra   Andorra la Vella  

2/8/2003 - 2/9/2003
Argentina   Mendoza  

3/27/2002 - 3/29/2002
Armenia   Haghpat   Haghpat Monastery

7/16/2007 -
Australia   Freemantle   Sailing

11/16/2002 -
Australia   Perth/Freemantle  

10/28/2002 - 10/30/2002
Australia   Northampton  

8/24/2002 - 8/25/2002
Australia   Kalbari  

8/24/2002 -
Australia   Monkey Mia  

8/23/2002 -
Australia   Shark Bay  

8/22/2002 - 8/24/2002
Australia   Carnarvon  

8/22/2002 -
Australia   Coral Bay  

8/20/2002 - 8/22/2002
Australia   Newman  

8/18/2002 - 8/20/2002
Australia   Meekatharra  

8/17/2002 - 8/18/2002
Australia   New Norcia  

8/16/2002 - 8/17/2002
Australia   Merredin  

8/9/2002 - 8/10/2002
Australia   Geralton  

8/2/2002 - 8/4/2002
Australia   Perth  

7/21/2002 - 8/2/2002
Austria   Klagenfurt  

3/8/2003 -
Azerbaijan   Baku  

7/14/2007 - 7/15/2007
Belgium   Brussels   Independence Day

On July 21, 1831, after years of territorial wars and religious disputes, Belgium gained independence from the Netherlands. The people of Belgium chose Leopold I as their ruler and a constitution was drawn up to recognize the newly autonomous land. King Albert II currently rules Belgium.

7/21/2003 -
Belgium   Villers La Ville   Abbey

The Villers La Ville Abbey lies in picturesque ivy-bound ruins. It was founded in 1147, and the buildings on the premises date from the 13th through 18th century. The nave of the enormous abbey church is open to the sky, as is the refectory. At its height, it was a center of religious activity in Europe.

7/19/2003 -
Belgium   Brussels   Anti-War Protest

3/15/2003 -
Belgium   Ghent  

3/12/2003 -
Belgium   Binche   Carnival

3/4/2003 -
Belgium   Brussles  

1/8/2003 - 1/18/2003
Brunei   Bandar Seri Begawan   Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque

11/21/2002 - 11/23/2002
Burkina Fasso   Lac Tengrela  

4/19/2003 -
Cambodia   Phnom Phen   Killing Fields

10/10/2002 -
Cambodia   Phnom Phen  

10/9/2002 - 10/11/2002
Cambodia   Siem Reap   Ankor Wat

10/8/2002 -
Cambodia   Siem Reap  

10/7/2002 - 10/9/2002
Cambodia   Poipet  

10/7/2002 -
Chile   Santiago  

3/29/2002 - 3/29/2002
Chile   Santiago  

3/23/2002 - 3/27/2002
China   Chuandixia  

7/8/2006 -
China   Xiaguandi  

7/3/2006 - 7/4/2006
China   Beijing   Beijing Acrobats

7/20/2005 -
China   Chengdu, Sichuan   Giant Panda Breeding Reserch Base

6/28/2005 -
China   Emei Shan, Sichuan  

6/26/2005 -
China   Chengdu, Sichuan  

6/26/2005 - 6/28/2005
China   Lijiang to Panzhehua, Yunnan   Bus ride from Lijiang to Panzhehua

6/25/2005 -
China   Dali, Yunnan   Erhai Hu

6/24/2005 -
China   Lijiang, Yunnan  

6/24/2005 - 6/25/2005
China   Dali, Yunnan   Chang Shan

6/23/2005 -
China   Dali, Yunnan  

6/23/2005 - 6/24/2005
China   Kunming, Yunnan   Xi Shan and Lake Dian

6/21/2005 - 6/22/2005
China   Shanghai  

6/20/2005 - 6/21/2005
China   Hohhot, Inner Mongolia  

6/18/2005 - 6/19/2005
China   Huetengxile, Inner Mongolia  

6/17/2005 - 6/18/2005
China   Beijing   Chauyang Theater Acrobatics Macrocosm

Acrobatics, one of China's oldest art forms, originated during the New Stone Age (6,000 - 2,000 B.C.) as part of the games and ceremonies used in sacrificial offerings to ancestors. People living in the Yellow River area created art forms similar to modern acrobatics as early as the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (720 – 221 B.C.) Records about acrobatics can be found in books, murals, brick carvings and stone carvings of the Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 220 A.D.).

6/7/2005 -
China   Beijing   Tiananmen Square

Photographs of Tiananmen Square on the morning of June 4, 2005, the 16th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident in which the Chinese military shot student protesters.

6/4/2005 -
China   Beijing   Food

A variety of Chinese dishes served in Beijing including: Peking Duck, Drunken Shrimp, Bull Frog, Dog Soup, and Boiled Ox Throat.

5/30/2005 - 6/5/2005
China   Nankou   China North International Shooting Range

A former army barracks, the China North International Shooting Range is the first and largest public weaponry arcade in China. In addition to Uzi’s, AK47’s and M16’s there is a selection of various pistols, rifles, machine guns, and a 40mm anti-tank rocket launcher which you can shoot for a few hundred RMB.

7/31/2004 -
China   Qingtao   Tsingtao Brewery

China's oldest and most popular brewery, Tsingtao, opened in 1903 under German administration after China ceded the city of Qingtao to Germany for 99 years in 1898. The brewery was later administered by the Japanese when they occupied the city from 1914-1922 and for seven years after the start of the Sino-Japanese war in 1938.

7/25/2004 -
China   Qingtao  

Qoingtao (Green Island) is China's fourth largest port city.

7/24/2004 - 7/26/2004
China   Shaolin   Shaolin Monasteries

China’s most famous martial arts tradition was developed in Shaolin during the 5th century A.D. by Buddhist monks. Today, thousands of students enroll at Shaolin’s martial art schools each year.

7/16/2004 - 7/17/2004
China   Simatai   Great Wall

The 19km stretch of the Great Wall at Simatai was built during the reign of Ming dynasty emperor Hongwu. This partially restored section passing through the mountains has numerous watchtowers and steep ascents.

7/15/2004 -
China   Beidaihe  

The old fishing town of Beidaihe was transformed into a popular beach resort for foreign dignataries in the end of the 19th century. Today it is a popular place for Beijingers to retreat to the beach during the hot summer.

7/9/2004 - 7/11/2004
China   Badaling   Great Wall

6/26/2004 -
China   Beijing   Da Zhai Men Restaurant

An 18th century Chinese home (Da Zhai Men) converted into an imperial Chinese restaurant. All the waiter and waitress are dressed in traditional Chinese gown and the pavilions are converted into individual dining rooms.

5/21/2004 -
China   Beijing   Temple of Heaven Park

Built during the Ming dynasty, the Temple of Heaven functioned as a stage for solemn rites performed by the Son of Heaven, who came here to pray for good harvests, seek divine clearance and atone for the sins of the people.

5/18/2004 -
China   Nanjing  

1/12/2004 - 1/15/2004
China   Guangzhou  

1/8/2004 - 1/10/2004
China   Yangshuo  

1/5/2004 -
China   Guilin  

1/4/2004 - 1/7/2004
China   Beijing  

12/30/2003 - 1/3/2004
China   Shanghai  

9/26/2002 - 9/27/2002
China   Nanjing  

7/15/2002 - 7/20/2002
China   Nanjing   21st Century School

7/10/2002 - 7/19/2002
China   Shanghai  

7/6/2002 - 7/7/2002
China   Nanjing  

7/2/2002 - 7/14/2002
China   Zhenjiang  

6/21/2002 -
China   Nanjing  

6/16/2002 - 7/1/2002
China   Xian   Terracotta Soldiers

6/14/2002 -
China   Xian  

6/13/2002 - 6/16/2002
China   Beijing   The Great Wall

6/10/2002 -
China   Beijing  

6/8/2002 - 6/13/2002
China   Nanjing  

6/2/2002 - 6/8/2002
China   Sozhou  

6/1/2002 - 6/2/2002
China   Shanghai  

5/30/2002 - 6/1/2002
China   Hong Kong  

5/28/2002 - 5/30/2002
Colombia   Cali  

3/16/2006 - 3/8/2006
Colombia   Medellin   Paragliding

3/15/2006 -
Colombia   Medellin  

3/14/2006 - 3/15/2006
Croatia   Zagreb  

3/5/2003 - 3/6/2003
Ecuador   Quito  

3/16/2006 - 3/19/2006
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association, Kapawi   Pastaza River - Birds

8/18/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association   Hiking in the rainforest between the Pastaza River and the Ishpingo River

8/18/2005 -
Ecuador   Morona Santiago, Wampuik Achuar Association, Ishpingo   Ishpingo Village (population 35)

8/18/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association, Kapawi   Kapawi Lodge

8/18/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association   Hiking in the rainforest between the Kapawi and Lobococha

8/17/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association   Hiking in the rainforest between the Capahuari River and the Pastaza River

8/16/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association   Fishing in the Lobococha Lagoon on the Capahuari River

8/16/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association, Kapawi  

8/16/2005 -
Ecuador   Pastaza, Churuya Achuar Association   Pastaza River

8/15/2005 -
Ecuador   Quito to Kapawi   Flight from Quito to the airstrip in Kapawi Village and hiking to the Kapawi Lodge

8/15/2005 -
El Salvador   El Zonte  

5/26/2006 - 5/29/2006
El Salvador   Punta Roca   Surfing Competition

5/25/2006 - 5/26/2006
France   Paris  

3/18/2004 -
France   Nice  

3/16/2004 -
France   Antibes  

3/15/2004 -
France   Paris   Boules

3/14/2004 -
France   Paris  

3/13/2004 -
France   Paris   The Louvre

2/15/2003 -
France   Paris  

2/14/2003 - 2/16/2003
France   Carcassonne  

2/10/2003 -
France   L'Hospitale  

2/8/2003 -
France   Toulouse  

2/7/2003 - 2/8/2003
Georgia   Batumi  

7/18/2007 -
Georgia   Tiblisi  

7/15/2007 - 7/17/2007
Ghana   Cape Coast  

4/22/2003 - 4/24/2003
Honduras   Bay Island, Rotan   Canopy Tours

8/21/2004 -
Honduras   Bay Island, Rotan  

8/17/2004 - 8/22/2004
Honduras   Copan   Mayan Ruins

8/16/2004 -
Honduras   Copan  

8/15/2004 - 8/17/2004
India   Delhi   Red Fort

Mughal emperor Shah Jahan began constructing the Red Fort, or Lal Qila, in 1638 with the intent to move his capital from Agra to his new city of Shahjahanabad. Before the red sandstone fort was completed in 1648, Shah Jahn was deposed and imprisoned by his son, emperor Aurangzeb.

6/19/2004 -
India   Delhi   Old Delhi

6/18/2004 - 6/20/2004
India   Armitsar   Golden Temple

The holiest shrine of the Sikh religion, the Golden Temple or Hari Mandir is a two-story marble structure with a dome covered in 100kg of pure gold. The temple is located in the middle of a natural pool which was enlarged and named Amrit Sarovar - Pool of Nectar in the late 16th century.

6/17/2004 -
India   Manali to Wahga   Roadtrip

A 14 hour bus and autorickshaw ride from Manali to the Indian-Pakistani border town of Wagah.

6/8/2004 - 6/9/2004
India   Shey to Manali   Roadtrip

An 18 hour jeep ride throught the Ladahki Mountains from Leh to Manali. After a flat tire and having to drive through a river because of a collapsed bridge our jeep finally broke down about 14 hours into the trip.

6/7/2004 - 6/8/2004
India   Ladahk   Sponsor Lamdon Model School Shey

6/7/2004 -
India   Ladahk - Shey  

6/6/2004 - 6/7/2004
India   Ladahk - Thiksey   Thiksey Gonpa

Thiksey Gonpa was first built at Stakmo by Sherab Zangpo of Stod, and then later rebuilt by his nephew, Spon Paldan Sherab, on a hilltop north of the Indus River in 1430. The monastery belongs to the Gelukspa order and currently houses about 80 monks. The successive reincarnations of the Skyabsje Khanpo Rinpoche act as incumbents of the monastery.

6/6/2004 -
India   Ladahk - Shey   Lamdon Model School Shey

6/6/2004 - 6/7/2004
India   Ladahk - Shey  

6/4/2004 -
India   Ladahk - Stakna   Stakna Gonpa

Stakna Gonpa was founded during the reign of King Jamyang Namgyal in 1580, by St. Chosje Jamyang Palkhar and houses about 30 monks. The monastery was built on a hill shaped like a tiger’s nose so it was given the name Stakna (tiger’s nose). The successive reincarnation of the Stakna Tulku act as the incumbents of the monastery which upholds the teachings of the Dugpa order.

6/4/2004 -
India   Ladahk - Shey   Lamdon Model School Shey

6/4/2004 - 6/5/2004
India   Ladahk - Leh  

6/4/2004 - 6/6/2004
India   Ladahk - Spithup   Spithup Gonpa

Spithup Gonpa stands on a conical hill with three chapels, housing about 100 monks. The monastery was founded in the 11th century by Od-de, the elder brother of Lha Lama Changchub Od, when he come to Maryul and introduced a monastic community. Originally the Gonpa belonged to the Kadampa school but Gelukpa order was introduced during the reign of King Dragspa Bum-Lde, when Lama Lhawang Lotus restored the monastery. The successive reincarnations of Skyabsje Bakula Rinpoche act as incumbents of the monastery.

6/3/2004 -
India   Ladahk - Shey   Lamdon Model School

6/3/2004 - 6/4/2004
India   Ladahk   Military

6/3/2004 - 6/6/2004
India   Ladahk - Leh  

6/2/2004 - 6/3/2004
Ireland   Dublin   Guinness Brewery

3/16/2003 -
Ireland   Dublin  

3/15/2003 - 3/17/2003
Italy   Venice  

1/26/2003 -
Italy   Triste  

1/25/2003 - 1/26/2003
Italy   Venice  

1/24/2003 -
Jamaica   Negril   Sea Fishing with Famous Vincent

5/12/2008 -
Jamaica   Negril   Cliff Jumping

5/10/2008 - 5/14/2008
Jamaica   Negril  

5/10/2008 - 5/14/2008
Jamaica   Negril  

2/1/2007 - 2/4/2007
Japan   Tokyo   Asuksa

3/2/2007 -
Japan   Yokohama  

3/1/2007 -
Japan   Yokohama   Chinatown

3/1/2007 -
Japan   Tokyo   Yasukuni Shrine

2/28/2007 -
Japan   Tokyo  

11/30/2002 - 12/1/2002
Kazakhstan   Almaty  

6/1/2007 - 6/4/2007
Kenya     Maasai Village

5/1/2003 - 5/4/2003
Kyrgyzstan   Osh  

6/12/2007 - 6/13/2007
Kyrgyzstan   Bishkek  

6/11/2007 - 6/12/2007
Kyrgyzstan   Karakol   Hiking in the Mountains

6/9/2007 - 6/11/2007
Kyrgyzstan   Bokonbayevo  

6/8/2007 - 6/9/2007
Kyrgyzstan   Bishkek  

6/4/2007 - 6/8/2007
Laos     Mekong River

8/21/2003 - 8/22/2003
Laos   Vientiane  

5/24/2002 - 5/26/2002
Luxembourg   Luxembourg City  

3/18/2003 -
Luxembourg   Bourglinster  

3/17/2003 - 3/18/2003
Malawi   Lilongwe   SOBO Bottling Plant

1/11/2006 -
Malawi   Lilongwe   Limbe Leaf Tobacco Company

1/10/2006 -
Malawi   Mangochi   Maldeco Fisheries

1/8/2006 -
Malawi   Liwonde   Liwonde Game Park

1/7/2006 -
Malawi   Mangochi   Lake Malawi

1/7/2006 - 1/9/2006
Malawi   Blantyre   Malawi Stock Exchange

1/6/2006 -
Malawi   Blantyre   Central East African Railways

1/5/2006 -
Malawi   Blantyre  

1/3/2006 - 1/7/2006
Malaysia   Kuala Lampur  

11/23/2002 - 11/26/2002
Malaysia   Kuala Lampur  

9/24/2002 - 9/26/2002
Mali   Kayes  

4/16/2003 - 4/17/2003
Mauritainia     Sahara Desert

4/6/2003 - 4/8/2003
Mauritania   Nouakchott  

4/9/2003 - 4/10/2003
Mauritania   Banc d'Arguin   National Park

4/8/2003 -
Mexico    

2/24/2007 - 2/25/2007
Mexico   Cuernavaca  

2/22/2007 - 2/23/2007
Monaco   Monaco  

3/16/2004 -
Morocco   Boudjour   Protest

4/5/2003 -
Morocco     Sahara Desert

4/5/2003 - 4/6/2003
Morocco   Laayoune  

4/4/2003 -
Morocco   Marrakesh  

4/2/2003 - 4/3/2003
Morocco   Casablanca   Hassan II Mosque

4/1/2003 -
Morocco   Casablanca  

4/1/2003 - 4/2/2003
Mozambique   Guro to Tete  

1/3/2006 -
Mozambique   Vilankulo to Chimoio  

1/2/2006 -
Mozambique   Guro  

1/2/2006 - 1/3/2006
Mozambique   Maputo   Fish Market

12/31/2005 -
Mozambique   Maputo  

12/30/2005 - 1/1/2006
Myanmar   Bagan  

10/17/2002 - 10/18/2002
Myanmar   Inle Lake   Festival

10/16/2002 -
Myanmar   Inle Lake  

10/15/2002 - 10/17/2002
Myanmar   Yangoon  

10/14/2002 - 10/15/2002
Netherlands   Amsterdam   Anti-War Protest

3/22/2003 -
Netherlands   Amsterdam  

3/21/2003 - 3/23/2003
New Zealand   Rotorua  

11/2/2002 -
New Zealand   Northland  

11/1/2002 - 11/2/2002
New Zealand   Auckland  

10/30/2002 - 11/1/2002
Nicaragua   San Juan del Sur   Canopy Tours

8/24/2006 -
Nicaragua   San Juan del Sur  

8/23/2006 - 8/24/2006
Nicaragua   Granada   Islands of Lake Nicaragua

8/22/2006 -
Norway   Oslo  

6/12/2003 - 6/16/2003
Pakistan   Wagah   Border Closing Ceremony

This bizarre flag-lowering and gate-closing ceremony has been performed daily since 1948, shortly after Partition. Crowds of Indians and Pakistanis gather to watch and cheer on their respective armies as the soldiers goosestep, stomp and scream.

6/16/2004 -
Pakistan   Murree  

A popular Punjabi resort town in the mountains – originally a series of hill stations developed by the British as summer retreats.

6/14/2004 - 6/15/2004
Pakistan   Islamabad  

6/11/2004 - 6/13/2004
Pakistan   Lahore   Badshahi Mosque

Completed under Moghal emperor Aurangzeb in 1676, the Badshahi Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world, capable of holding at least 60,000 people. The rooms above the entrance gate are said to contain the hairs of the Prophet Mohammed and other relics of his daughter, Fatima, and his son-in-law and cousin, Ali.

6/10/2004 -
Panama     Panama Canal

3/10/2006 -
Panama   Panama City  

3/10/2006 - 3/11/2006
Senegal   Tambacounda  

4/13/2003 - 4/14/2003
Senegal   Ile De Goree  

4/12/2003 -
Senegal   Dakar  

4/11/2003 - 4/13/2003
Senegal   St. Louis  

4/10/2003 - 4/11/2003
Singapore   Singapore   Singapore Zoo

9/23/2002 -
Singapore   Singapore  

9/21/2002 - 9/24/2002
Slovenia   Bled  

3/7/2003 -
Slovenia   Ljubljana  

3/6/2003 - 3/7/2003
South Korea   Chuncheon  

5/28/2005 -
South Korea   Gangchon  

5/27/2005 - 5/28/2005
South Korea   Demilitarized Zone  

5/26/2005 -
South Korea   Gwanghwamun  

5/25/2005 -
South Korea   Seoul  

5/24/2005 - 5/29/2005
Spain   Algeciras  

3/31/2003 -
Spain   Granada  

3/30/2003 -
Spain   Ronda  

3/29/2003 -
Spain   Nerja  

3/28/2003 - 3/30/2003
Swaziland   Mbabane  

12/29/2005 - 12/30/2005
Tajikistan   Khorog  

6/15/2007 - 6/17/2007
Tajikistan   Bulankul  

6/14/2007 - 6/15/2007
Tajikistan   Murgab  

6/14/2007 -
Tajikistan   Karakul  

6/13/2007 - 6/14/2007
Thailand     Hmong Hill Tribe

8/18/2003 -
Thailand     Karen Hill Tribe

8/16/2003 -
Thailand     Lisu Hill Tribe

8/16/2003 -
Thailand   Chang Mai  

8/15/2003 - 8/16/2003
Thailand   Bangkok  

8/13/2003 - 8/15/2003
Thailand   Phuket  

11/29/2002 - 11/30/2002
Thailand   Kanchanaburi  

10/4/2002 - 10/5/2002
Thailand   Tong Pha Pum  

10/3/2002 - 10/4/2002
Thailand   Three Pagotas Pass  

10/3/2002 -
Thailand   Sanklanaburi  

10/1/2002 - 10/3/2002
Thailand   Sanklanaburi   Orphanage

10/1/2002 - 10/3/2002
Thailand   Bangkok   Thai Boxing

9/30/2002 -
Thailand   Bangkok  

9/29/2002 - 10/1/2002
Thailand   Bangkok  

5/21/2002 - 5/24/2002
Trinidad and Tobago   Mt. Irvine Bay  

9/21/2008 - 9/26/2008
Turkey   Istanbul   Blue Mosque

7/20/2007 -
Turkey   Istanbul  

7/18/2007 - 7/22/2007
Turkmenistan   Turkmenbashi  

7/13/2007 - 7/14/2007
Turkmenistan   Nokhur  

7/12/2007 - 7/13/2007
Turkmenistan   Ashkabat  

7/11/2007 - 7/12/2007
Turkmenistan   Merv   Home of the Great Kyz Kala

7/10/2007 - 7/11/2007
Turkmenistan   Ashkabat  

7/8/2007 - 7/10/2007
Turkmenistan   Darvaza   Burning Gas Craters

In the heart of the Karakum desert of Turkmenistan the Darvaza Gas Crater or The Burning Gates give off a glow that can be seen from miles away during the dark night. The large crater is a result of a Soviet gas exploration accident that occurred in 1971. It was created when a Soviet drilling rig was drilling for natural gas fell into an underground cavern resulting in a crater which today measures roughly 60 meters in diameter and 20 meters deep.

7/7/2007 - 7/8/2007
Turkmenistan   Konye-Urgench  

7/7/2007 -
United Kingdom   London   Wimbledon

6/25/2003 - 6/27/2003
United Kingdom   York  

1/31/2003 - 2/1/2003
United Kingdom   London  

1/30/2003 - 1/31/2003
United States   Moab, UT   Arches National Park

8/25/2007 -
United States     Cakebread Cellars Winery

Jack Cakebread, owner of the Cakebread Cellars Winery in the Napa Valley, hosts MBA students from many of the top business schools for a one week a crash course in the industry at his winery in California.

3/12/2007 - 3/15/2007
United States   New York, NY   McSorley's Old Ale House

Established in 1854 - McSorley's is New York City's oldest continuously operated saloon.

2/17/2007 -
United States   Steamboat, CO   Skiing

1/9/2007 -
United States   Steamboat, CO   Skiing

1/6/2007 - 1/8/2007
United States   Wausau, WI   Wisconsin Woodchucks Baseball Game

8/12/2005 -
United States   Melbourne Beach, FL  

7/10/2005 - 7/11/2005
United States   Melbourne Beach, FL   University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Sea Turtle Research

7/10/2005 - 7/11/2005
United States   Washington D.C.  

7/9/2005 - 7/10/2005
United States   Chicago, IL  

7/8/2005 -
United States   Antigo, WI   Bass Lake

7/2/2005 - 7/5/2005
United States   Napa Valley, CA   Acacia, Bouchaine and Artesa Wine Vinyards

5/22/2005 -
United States   San Francisco, CA   Golden Gate Bridge

5/19/2005 -
United States   Sanoma County, CA   J, Davis Bynum, Ridge and Gary Farrell Wine Vinyards

5/19/2005 -
United States   San Francisco, CA  

5/18/2005 - 5/23/2005
United States   Chapel Hill, NC   Sea Turtle Research at UNC

3/11/2005 - 3/13/2005
United States   Lake Tahoe, CA   Lake Donner, Squaw Valley and Sugar Bowl

2/26/2005 - 2/27/2005
United States   San Francisco, CA   Mission District

2/25/2005 - 2/26/2005
United States   Madison, WI   Special Olympics Polar Plunge

2/19/2005 -
United States   New York, NY  

2/11/2005 - 2/13/2005
United States   New York, NY   The Gates, Project For Central Park 1979-2005

It took nearly a quarter-century to bring Christo and Jeanne-Claude's "Gates" to Central Park. It has required more than 1 million square feet of vinyl and 5,300 tons of steel, arrayed along 23 miles of footpaths throughout the park at a cost (borne exclusively by the artists) of $20 million.

2/11/2005 - 2/13/2005
United States   Hancock, MI   Mount Bohemia

Ski trip to Mount Bohemia.

1/14/2005 - 1/16/2005
United States   Madison   Halloween on State St.

The annual State St. Halloween celebration drew 75,000 to 80,000 people and ended with clouds of pepper spray, about 250 arrests, and dozens of police in riot gear and on horseback for the third year in a row.

"When 5,000 people need to be cleared from the street using pepper spray and horses, when our officers need to don protective gear because objects are being thrown at them, when horses are being prodded and punched, when a fire is started and Fire Department personnel are harassed at the scene, this is in no way a successful event."
      Madison, WI Mayor Dave Cieslewicz

10/31/2004 -
United States   New York   World Trade Center Site

3/12/2004 -
United States   Madison   Kites On Ice

Madison's fourth annual Kites On Ice festival brings kite enthusiasts from across the globe to participate in team kite flying, kite skiing, ground displays, and a wind garden. The festival helped Madison recently become ranked by USA Today as one of the top 10 places to fly a kite.

2/7/2004 - 2/8/2004
United States   Madison   Lunar Eclipse

11/8/2003 -
United States   Wisconsin  

10/1/2003 - 10/25/2003
United States   Washington D.C.   Iwo Jima Memorial Statue

The world's tallest bronze statue, the U.S. Marine Corps memorial in Washington D.C. was built in 1954 by sculptor Felix DeWeldon. Modeled after Joe Rosenthal's famous WWII flag raising photograph taken on the island of Iwo Jima on Feb. 23, 1945.

7/7/2003 -
United States     Bass Lake

7/4/2003 - 7/6/2003
United States   Seattle  

5/20/2002 -
United States   New York  

4/26/2002 - 4/26/2002
USA   Chicago   Barack obama election night rally at Grant Park

On November 4, 2008, Barack Obama defeated John McCain and became the first African American to be elected President of the United States. He delivered his victory speech before a crowd of hundreds of thousands of his supporters in Chicago at Grant Park.

11/4/2008 -
USA   Chicago   Chicago Marathon

Over 1.5 million spectators lined the 26.2 mile Chicago Marathon course to watch the runners in action. The marathon began with 45,000 runners, 31,041 crossed the finish line.

10/12/2008 -
Uzbekistan   Khiva  

7/6/2007 - 7/7/2007
Uzbekistan   Bukhara  

7/4/2007 - 7/6/2007
Uzbekistan   Samarkand  

7/3/2007 - 7/4/2007
Venezuela   Caracas  

1/7/2001 - 1/15/2001
Vietnam   Halong  

5/27/2002 -
Vietnam   Hanoi  

5/26/2002 - 5/28/2002
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