Please post here those blogs you are particularly enjoying this month and what is good about them.
Here is this month's installment of the Blog Treasure Hunt. If you have found a blog with either fantastic pictures, gripping adventure, lyrical prose or a combination of these three, then let the world know.
To post an entry, just find the Blog Code - - and post it here.
I will commence this month's list with a superbly photographed blog:
Romantic weekend in Paris
Some of the best photos I've ever seen of one of my favourite cities in the world.
Thank you very much Shane.
Glad you enjoyed the pictures, I'm lucky Nikki is so understanding on our trips. I literally spend hours taking photos.
I am finding the following blog informative, as well as being an entertaining travel story.
The Road to Phnom Penh
I am really enjoying this blog.
DIRT POT - Jewel Of The North
Have you ever been to Dirt Pot?
I thought not.
Dirt Pot is one of those controversial places...
So this is Dirt Pot. Home of Dirt Pot Dickie's Tours Of The Unexpected.
How to talk the talk
Creative, fun, funny-- he'll be known for writing this one for a long time.
Oh--and great photos.
Another one of Ed's amazing adventures. Wish we could send a donation to help with the work on the church and other buildings. Bridge over the River Pyalma
I second Dancing Dave's Our Tuareg Wedding, their whole adventure is awe inspiring. Love the photos and what an amazing way to celebrate 30 years of marriage!
Really enjoyed that blog as well - riding on camels is a very cool way to arrive at such a ceremony.
In response to: Msg #138684
I second thedribbleman's fine innings for his maiden ton...a wonderful yarn with true Aussie laconic humour...may he score many more runs...his country needs him!
I dont know if you latest blog appeared on the Front Page or not Dave, but I am going to make it appear here on this June blog treasure hunt, and I am going to share it on my Facebook account.
FACES OF MALI...THE MEN
Too bad it didn't make the front page. It is an excellent blog.
I read the following account of a visit to a Mexican prison with interest.
Bienvenidos a Nuevo Laredo
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