Congrats to EdwardWisdom
on his post, How Crashing a Wedding in Laos Saved My Life, which won him the FlipMino HD video camera. Hopefully we’ll see some bigger, better blog posts featuring video footage…
Catching up with him in South Korea
, we asked this travel lover that makes him wild - meet Eddie.…
Added by Adena on May 18, 2009 at 5:00pm —
How would you like to get high rankings in search engines for your travel website?
If you are on this website there is a big chance you have a travel related company. Here is my tip for you to get started with the most effective way to do quality linkbuilding: Press releases.
Write a press release about something remarkable in your area/destination(s) and submit it to these… Continue
Added by SEO Secrets Travel & Tourism on May 18, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Hello to our meager but much appreciated following of dedicated readers. Greetings from the “Spice Isle”. Life here over the past few weeks has been quite nice. A few key points of which I will discuss in the following paragraphs. Alyson and I are slowly adjusting to the heat. As a matter of fact, because of the heat we are doing most things slowly now. I suppose that is just the life in the island. Its the ‘Dry Season’ right now too, which I suppose adds to the sensation of the heat. Its hard… Continue
Added by Aly & John on May 16, 2009 at 10:30am —
Great sightseeing, diversified tasting food, comfortable rooms, fabulous entertainment
Added by Karon White on May 15, 2009 at 7:46pm —
I meant to ask you before my vacation -- what's your secret for packing jewelry? In what do you pack it and how? Some outfits I have look better with gold, and some look better with silver. Then there's a myriad of "fun" jewelry that include bracelets, necklaces with different charms, earrings to match, etc. The thing about the "fun" jewelry is that it causes the security alarms to go off in some places, so I try not to… Continue
Added by Heather Poole on May 15, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Recently Patricia Aspinall, of Travel Savvy Mom
, wrote an interesting article about her experience on board a flight to the Caribbean with a passenger who had a nut allergy, while traveling with her husband and daughter, a two and a half year-old. Like my own two year-old, Patricia's daughter is a picky eater, so Patricia did what any smart mom would do and… Continue
Added by Heather Poole on May 13, 2009 at 9:55am —
The legend of Halong has it that, “Once upon a time, soon after the Viet people established their country, invaders came. The Jade Emperor sent Mother Dragon and her Child Dragons down to earth to help the Viet people fight against their enemy. Right at the time invaders’ boats were rushing to the shore, the dragons landed down on earth. The dragons immediately sent out from their mouths a lot of pearls, which then turned into thousands of stone islands emerging in the sea like great walls… Continue
Added by Mr Nhatuyendung on May 12, 2009 at 12:02am —
Another podcast from wingingitaroundtheworld.com
- If you’re going away and haven’t got a sleeping bag you need to listen to this podcast! (In fact, even if you do, listen for a few tips of how to get the most out of your current bag!)
If you haven't already, subscribe to us in… Continue
Added by Kev on May 10, 2009 at 7:28am —
It had been about 18 years since I had visited my birthplace, Mexico
. For political reasons beyond my control, I was forced to live in the U.S. for almost my entire life. So When I got the opportunity to leave, I flew, and flew and flew. After several years of traveling I eventually found myself living in Cozumel , Mexico. Although not native to this part of the country, I’ve felt most at home here; perhaps because of the… Continue
Added by Stephen Hansen on May 9, 2009 at 2:46pm —
The following is a post I wrote today for my website arttrav.com
- what I describe as an "Italy. art. travel. life. magazine". (You can read the post in its original form, with photos, links and all, here
How often do you associate eco-tourism or sustainable travel with the great art cities of Italy
? Perhaps not as often as you would with, say, the Amazonian… Continue
Added by Alexandra Korey on May 9, 2009 at 2:14pm —
This last Sunday was Easter and I visited Nikki Beach Resort Turks
and was amazed. They have an incredible Sunday Brunch with everything you can imagine, and it was all great! After we gorged for a few hours with unlimited mimosas we headed to the pool party. DJ on the pool deck with a margarita in the infinity pool was like heaven. We ended the evening with Beach bonfire and BBQ. Once again the food was terrific sitting around the bonfire… Continue
Added by Jonathon Anderson on May 9, 2009 at 12:54am —
I admit it, I'm a gadget freak, so it's always fun to browse around seeing what's new and interesting. In the latest post on the Taking Off Travel Blog, I look at business travel gadgets
, but I think they work for everyone. Which one is your favorite? Mine is the digital camera with a difference.
Added by Sharon Hurley Hall on May 8, 2009 at 2:13pm —
Bucket of Buddha arms - come back each Friday for a new Friday foto - or should it be photo?
Added by Heather Hapeta on May 8, 2009 at 10:30am —
Welcome to Day 16, Part 2, on Peter’s Peru Adventure! Day 16 part 1 can be found here and all previous entries can be found here. To get updates sent to you via email, subscribe here.…
Added by Peter West Carey on May 8, 2009 at 12:23am —
I'm no travel expert. Let's just get that out of the way. While I have been a few places and earnestly love traveling, I never pretend to know it all. Well, maybe after a few drinks I'll pretend to know it all, but alas, that's not the truth. The truth is I enjoy traveling and passing on what I learn with the hopes that it may make someone else's travels just a bit easier.
One lesson I've learned well this past year is the importance of a down day. A down day for me is simply a day… Continue
Added by Peter West Carey on May 8, 2009 at 12:20am —
From the crazy pace of “normal life” John and I are rapidly adjusting and enjoying the different tempo that is Island Time. We have been in Grenada for over a week now. We have been living aboard a 38’ sailboat anchored off a little island with a tiki hut bar and a white sandy beach. So far so good, ehy?
Let me try to break down our “normal day,” not an easy task as you’ll see. The sun in Grenada rises at 6 am and sets at 6pm. living on a boat your days begin to rotate around this… Continue
Added by Aly & John on May 7, 2009 at 5:40pm —
It's always one of the things most travellers find difficult to do. Finding a great offer or deal on travel can be a tricky business, and oftentimes, people just settle for paying way too much for what it should be worth. If you're careful and conscious with your money, you can't afford to just throw away hundreds or thousands of dollars on airfares and accommodations when you could spend it much better on one of the great tours at your destination,… Continue
Added by Kelvin on May 7, 2009 at 4:28am —
Lhasa is one of the most featured and mysterious cities in the world.As remoteness and high altitude at 3,650 meters (11,975 feet), it means unaccessibility. However , it’s cultral and holy history has created mysterious and romantic .when I got to there ,for the first time ,it so wonderful ,and left me an impressive appearance . Lhasa is a place with it's own charming ,attracted many travelers to there .In my days in Lhasa ,I met quite a lot travelers who came from other countries .suchas… Continue
Added by lucy xiao on May 7, 2009 at 2:11am —
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to find the answer!
Added by Kev on May 6, 2009 at 1:22pm —
Winning Applicant's Video
…so that’s what a winning application video looks like. Ben Southhall, 34, from Hampshire, England, has won the world’s most coveted position. Beginning this July, Southhall will move to Australia’s Hamilton Island for six months, writing weekly blog posts and feeding fish.
…and ok, he’ll also be living in a house on one of the most pristine tropical islands in… Continue
Added by Adena on May 6, 2009 at 10:12am —