LandLopers Picks of the Week

Travaasa Hana

1. Velvet Escape

I love creative ways in which writers craft new blog posts, and this is a great one by Keith of Velvet Escape. In it he uses 12, as in 12-12-2012, to share some of his favorite places and experiences around the world.

Travel in 12′s

 

2. Wild Junket

There are a few places in the world where I REALLY want to go, and Nellie has been exploring one that is near the top of my list – the top of the world. She’s racing around the frozen north, sharing some amazing stories and photos along the way. In this one she shines a bright light on Finnish Lapland.

Huskies, Reindeers and Santa in the Finnish Lapland

3. Vagabond3

I had the opportunity to explore some pretty amazing places this year and one of my favorites was Maui. I know Maui isn’t exactly a hard place to like, but I was thrilled to see this post and to also see how much they loved one of my favorite island experiences – The Road to Hana.

Twin Falls Maui: Exploring the Road to Hana

4. A Dangerous Business

Christmas is a special time in many places around the world and it’s also one of my favorite times to travel in Europe. I don’t go for the religious aspect, but for the secular. I love wandering through the Christmas markets and learning about the specific traditions each country enjoys. I’ve never been to Poland, but this post makes me want to plan a trip and especially during the holidays.

Guest Post: Christmas in Poland

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By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer.Also follow Matt on Twitter, Facebook and

One Response

  1. Keith

    Hi Matt,

    Thanks for including me in your weekly round-up! Merry Christmas buddy and see you soon (with or without beard!)! :-)

    Hugs,
    Keith

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