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trek

South African a journey or stage of a journey, esp a migration by ox wagon
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In an era of relentless email, social media, and phone calls, he said a trek to K2 was unique in as much as the lack of any phone signal on the route which allowed visitors to escape the pressures of the modern world for two weeks, besides enabling travellers to focus exclusively on the experience that they were lucky enough to be undertaking.
Starring Sir Patrick Stewart, who played Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation , Star Trek: Picard is set to debut in 2020.
In July 1999, the very first Sea TREK location opened at Xcaret Park near Cancun Mexico- 582 guests participated that month.
What was once a small corporate event for the motoring media has turned into an iconic happening with the Toyota Road Trek running its 15th event last week.
Critique: The first volume in a two-volume set, These Are The Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970's, Vol.
The 500 kilometre-long trek covers vast expanses of the UAE's desert, giving participants a unique opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty of the country.
The Treetop Trek followed shortly after in July , featuring two newly built courses: the Zip Trek, for ages seven and over, and a shorter Mini Trek, for those aged five plus.
Other great treks in Nepal take in the amazing Mount Everest Base Camp, Kathmandu and the sacred monastery at Khumbu.
"The trek is a nine day trip including five days trekking, and will take place between January 17-25 2020.
A group of Star Trek fans held a Trekkie gathering at a Taipei gallery on Sunday during which Klingon was taught to devotees of one of the world's most popular science fiction franchises.
A new 'Star Trek' movie may be in the works with 'Kill Bill' director Quentin Tarantino at the helm.