1. Otts World
I find Sherry fascinating for a lot of different reasons; her adventures though never fail to enthrall me. This year is no different as I’ve been following her arduous hike on the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage trail across Spain. I’m not sure I know why she decided to start the hike, but I’m not sure she is either. Regardless, her story of struggle and the amazing photos make this an event worth following.
I’ve said it a million times, food and travel are inseparable, as this post shows. I’m so intrigued by this concept it’s hard to resist the temptation to fly to Australia to try them. Regardless, this very strange dessert sounds amazing.
3. Chicky Bus
As travel writers, bloggers and photographers we place a lot of stress on ourselves that we’re actually doing some good in the world and not being disrespectful of the communities through which we travel. This post addresses a tricky subject, one on which I’d be curious to hear your thoughts.
Molokai has intrigued me since I read Michener’s epic tome “Hawaii,” in which the island’s history is featured. I think I may get a chance to visit this tiny island soon, but even if I don’t its history and courageous spirit should be remembered by all.Add to Flipboard Magazine.