The online travel world has been busy lately. Lots of people are traveling, which in turn means a lot of great stories and photos. It’s never easy, but here are just a few of my favorites from November 7, 2010 – November 13, 2010.
While I enjoy articles by travel writers when they discuss far flung locales, I secretly love it when they describe their hometown. There is nothing better than reading a well written essay that describes an area with real passion. Such is the case with this post by Andrew, the Brooklyn Nomad. Lest you think his enthusiasm is false, I met him this summer in NYC and I can assure you that it is real.
Simon brings a unique voice to the travel blogosphere; one which I enjoy reading a great deal. This week though he amazed me with one of his photos, taken while visiting a small town in the UK. I think you’ll love this unconventional look at the Cathedral as much as I did.
Simply said, Sherry is an amazing individual. Not only did she have the guts to take a career break and travel the world, but she is now one of the leaders of the career break movement in the United States. I always enjoy visiting her site, relishing in my daily fix of travel porn, but this post struck a chord with me. I discussed a similar topic a few months ago and it is a discussion that I think is both important and timely.
Andi is just a cool person – enough said. She is incredibly engaging and has been on some amazing adventures. I have loved her Cuba series, and this installment did not disappoint.Add to Flipboard Magazine.