I recently returned from the Spanish Pyrenees and an instant love affair for the region was born. That’s why I’m excited to see other people enjoy the same areas I did and discovering little villages and hamlets I didn’t have the opportunity to visit. In this post Dima shares just some of his adventures in the Pyrenees with these gorgeous photos.
This latest post by Marcello is also a fantastic introduction to him and his site in case you haven’t visited before. I recently had the opportunity to meet him and became instantly intrigued by his work, travel and future plans. In this post he discusses how he manages to live a location independent lifestyle and talks about his upcoming project in India.
Recently my good friend and fellow travel blogger, Dylan Lowe, found himself in a quandary. He had arrived for his flight early, 24 hours early. Rather than return home he decided to stay and document what it’s like to live in one of the busiest airports in the world for a day.This is but one installment in a hilarious and insightful experience.
Not surprisingly this seems to be Spain week in the travel blogosphere, including this post by Turner about Barcelona and the sometimes gaudy Gaudi. This is another photo post, but is of course marked by Turner’s trademark sarcasm and irreverence, qualities often lacking in the online world. Go, take a look and see what you think.