A Glimpse of Life of a Bhutanese Nomad

Originally posted on Diary Of A Traveller:
A wise man once told me… nothing in this life is coincidence, nothing is random, even when shuffling cards or throwing a dice. We always thought that throwing a dice is random simply because we dont control the force. We human are so weak that we cant even…

BHUTAN: A ROOF ON THE WORLD

Originally posted on Badfish & Chips Cafe:
Taktshang Goemba, Tiger’s Nest Monastery AT THE VERY TOP OF THE EARTH IN BHUTAN, TIME IS RELATIVE. Your clock is six hours ahead of London, 30 minutes ahead of Calcutta, 15 minutes later than Katmandu. And it’s half the world and 500 years away from wherever you are right…

Bloggers Gone (Mildly) Wild

Originally posted on She's A Maineiac:
I’ve been lucky to have met several bloggers over the years. As lovely as all of them turned out to be, I admit that I had my doubts. What if they’re really ax murderers? What if they think I’m totally uncool? What if I end up wearing a…

The wild princess

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
I was wondering when something would crop up that would be a suitable use for this lovely painting. Sacha’s prompt just fitted the bill. Once upon a time there was a forest, deep and dark, that no one ever entered, not even the king, because it was said to…

wild rose

Originally posted on Paul Militaru:
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Wild Thing~

You make my heart sing! Look into the eyes of wild grizzlies, and you can see their wild souls. On a typical day we are seeing 25 or so individual bears. There are a lot of cubs. One mama has four which is quite unusual. They are here for the salmon, and need to consume…

Call of the Wild

Originally posted on writing to freedom:
Call of the Wild ~ the frontier remains borders to an unknown time rattle in my heart ~ the beauty remains hidden in distant feelings calling to come home ~ I wrote the first verse without any conscious thought, but then rewrote it because it didn’t make any logical sense.…

The Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden

Originally posted on gardeninacity:
So I think the time has come to start posting about the Minneapolis Garden Bloggers Fling, which happened back in July. Let’s start with our visit to the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden. Rudbeckia, Wild Bergamot, and Culver’s Root on a gentle slope. About a century ago, Eloise Butler taught botany in…

Wild

Originally posted on vinnieh:
Film Title Wild Director Jean-Marc Vallée Starring Reese Witherspoon as Cheryl Stayed Laura Dern as Bobbi Grey Thomas Sadoski as Paul Michiel Huisman as Jonathan Kevin Rankin as Greg Based on the true story of Cheryl Strayed, who embarked upon a self-reflective journey to get her life back on track, Wild…

Wild and Wonderful

Originally posted on wordsfromanneli:
? Wild and wonderful and free Is how the ocean looks to me. Foam that flies across the road, Wind and waves that toss their load Of logs and seaweed on the land, Leave them lying on the sand. ? Imagine standing in those rollers, Feel the power bowl you over. No, no, no.…

Wildwood

Originally posted on l i g h t room:
Walk me again in the wild, wild wood wild and free… ? © 2016 S. Michaels Ambrosia |micro Haiku Image:pinterest.com

Fresh Air

Originally posted on Out an' About:
Nothing gets me out of the doldrums more than stepping outside into fresh air. There’s something about being outdoors that calms me. And makes me realise that we’re more than our problems. The simple pleasure of drinking fresh water from a flowing mineral pool makes me grateful for what…

Ballet In The Air

Originally posted on dunelight:
I am late with last week’s challenge. I didn’t know whether to go with Monarch Butterflies or with bees. They are Earth’s delight and we are killing them in my life time. I spent a sun filled fall day chasing the last few around our asters last fall. I can grow…

Airline food, the gorgeous only

Originally posted on Traveling Matters to us:
It was only in the last couple of years that we started taking photos of the airline food that were served to us. Inspired by Nik Loukas and this post on the Daily Mail, we are compiling our own slideshow of gorgeous airline food. And because we are…

An Airman’s Prayer

Originally posted on A Patient Voice:
‘Bus’ Davey, was my Father’s brother. He was born on November 25, 1921 in London, Ontario. He enlisted in May, 1940 at the age of 18 because he had a good background in mechanics and wanted to fly in the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.). Perhaps to him, war…

Airborne

Originally posted on Everything I Never Told You:
She’d like to think they were like the sun and earth, their paths inevitable. She’d like to think they were crazy for each other. But maybe she was crazy for him and he simply sane for her. Her yearning overtly personal. His covertly distant. She saw the…

How to Hook the Reader

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by J.U. Scribe Some books turn you off, whether it’s spelling mistakes, cheesy cliches, or Mary-Sue characters. On the other end of the spectrum, there are books that attract you. Some books instantly jump out at you whether you’re perusing the shelves of Barnes & Noble, or scrolling…

Lessons Learnt From Travel

Originally posted on WhatAWonderfulWorld:
Travel, it teaches you so much.  Some things you learn at the time, while others you learn afterwards upon reflection.  They say that travel is the only thing you can buy that makes you richer, and I totally agree. :: Travel brings you lifelong friends. Two of my very best friends…

Happy Rabbit Travels on Instagram! Comment your username and will follow. 

Happy Rabbit Travels Hi everyone! Happy Rabbit Travels is now live on Instagram. In line with this, I’m inviting you all to follow my journey and adventure. All the wonderful and beautiful places I’ve been will be featured in my account. Leave your username on my Instagram post. Follow me, comment here including your blog sites. I…

Layag-Layag Beach – Travel Guide

Originally posted on I See Bela:
Batangas , Philippines How to Get There Take a bus bound to Nasugbu, Batangas. If you’re coming from Manila,  you’ll reach Nasugbu Town Proper in two hours. From there, you need to ride a tricycle to reach Barangay Papaya. The tricycle ride will take around 45 minutes. Then, you’ll need…

5 Helpful Tips for Women Traveling Solo

Originally posted on mywanderinglife:
I want to explore the world on my own but most of the time I travel with friends for two reasons; safety and fun. It is safer to go with a group instead of going alone when planning a trip to a strange place where you don’t know who to trust.…

Women in the Desert

Originally posted on witchlike:
? Have you seen the 1991 movie Thelma and Louise? If not, you must rent it or stream it. Immediately! Geena Davis stars as Thelma , a stuck at home housewife and Susan Sarandon  plays Louise, a  cynical waitress.  The two are both funny, smart, a little bored and maybe secretly longing…

Mysore Diaries: First Impressions of India

Originally posted on jasmine hanley:
I admit that part of India’s magnetic appeal to me was its unavailability. When I was 18, I resigned to the fact that traveling there was out for the time being. Since then, I’ve gone backpacking solo from Burma to the Balkans with no qualms and minimal quibbles, but India’s…

5 Ways to Fall in Love With Being Alone

Originally posted on baby got backcountry:
There are two things I get asked the most by friends, families, and even strangers – the first being, “Aren’t you scared?” My response: “No, because I am safe.” Check out my safety tips for women traveling solo here. The second question is always something to the effect of, “Don’t…

A Strong-will Among Men

Originally posted on droppingthequell:
Thompson chose to write a chapter about Gender and Sexuality in Travel Writing as the conclusion to his book. Although the topic can be taken as very complex, a fantastic job is done at pinpointing “femininity on the page.” Two passages from this chapter gave me a Wild feel. Whether it…

Ladies Need to Follow their Instincts and Passions

Originally posted on idealisticrebel:
Eve was the first woman to flee and find adventure. Intrepid women travelers have been pushing up against man-made boundaries and shocking their societies. The first woman to document her travels was a nun named Etheria. In 381 A.D. She wandered to Jerusalem and continued on to Egypt searching for freedom…

5 Interesting Ways Nigerian Men and Women Travel Differently

Originally posted on LOLB Blog:
Travelling is not the exclusive preserve of any gender. Both men and women travel even as statistics show that 78% of men and 22% women travel in Nigeria. However, what is undeniable is that men and women travel differently. We share some of these ways. Packing Habits When women travel,…

The Bold, the Beautiful, the Traveller

Originally posted on apurwabaranwal:
I am writing my experience about the first woman travel meet that  I recently had at TheHosteller in Delhi. This travel meet was organised for women travellers who travel alone or have the urge to travel alone breaking the stereotypes to explore the world. Being a woman traveller, I also have dreams…

A World of One’s Own: In Defense of Women Traveling Alone

Originally posted on Maracuya Press:
Disclaimer: I would never judge how a sexual assault survivor would heal.  In my personal experience, traveling has been empowering, but growth looks different on everybody.  To travel is a privilege – so if you cannot, please know that you can grow in other ways. In a world that feeds…

To: women travelers of the world From: Me

? Have you ever walked on a beach, and compared your body to another woman? Have you ever walked onto a beach in a foreign country (or, hey, America too), only to have some men jeer at you? Has anyone ever called you a princess or prissy? Has anyone ever referred to you as a…

Going Gutsy: Traveling with Gutsy Women Travel Part Two

Originally posted on The Wayfaring Voyager:
Off to the desert. After exploring Fes with Gutsy Women Travel, we headed to the location I was most looking forward to on the trip—the Saharan Desert. We would be camping for two nights surrounded by picturesque sand dunes and nomad families. I was thrilled to think that I…

Sleeping on Jupiter – Anuradha Roy

Originally posted on The Writes of Woman:
[…]he had looked at her in the way people did: with a certain wariness, the kind that comes from encountering up close an animal that might prove unpredictable. His eyes had rested on her when he thought she wouldn’t notice, taking the measure of her. She was used…

Open Discussion – Going on Vacation

Originally posted on We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident:
Caterpillars, moths, butterflies, a certain roach, and all creatures great and small, First, I want to give special thanks to Yahtzeebutterfly for her commitment in compiling historical data and information for a monthly post on Black American History.  She updates each month’s post in the…

End of vacation time

Originally posted on Annas Art – FärgaregårdsAnna:
I checked my bucket list and look! I’ve done all things on the list 🙂 But I still want more kayaking time, art time and hang out with friends time. Swedish summer is short, but we have beautiful Fall months in August and September so I…

Vacation, Part 1: Niagara Falls

Originally posted on A Farm Girl's Life:
The first day we drove up to our campground and that’s about all. (We had some car trouble unfortunately, so it took us a few hours longer than we thought. 😦 ) The second day we actually got to see Niagara Falls! We took the Maid of…

The Magical City of Toledo

Originally posted on They sent me to Binghamton:
I’m a huge fan of Rick Steves’ travel books ever since my mom recommended it for my first international solo trip to Paris. It allows me to plan as little as possible and do next to no research. So with one extra day in Madrid (because I…

TRAVEL DAIRIES | THE CANARY ISLANDS | WHAT TO DO

Originally posted on J.anne:
I went to the Canary Islands for a few days for a mini break and some much needed sunshine. We stayed in the area of Mogan, Puerto Rico. Never heard of it before I went and when we arrived there was so much open space like stuff was still getting built.…

The Last Bit of Barcelona

Originally posted on jennalogic:
Barcelona really is one of the cities where you could spend a month in and still not experience everything. However, after a few days in the city it was time to move on to the next stop of Valencia. The downside to staying in a hotel is the lack of a…

A little more about me…

Originally posted on Tapas y Tinto Contigo:
So, I’m doing the Blogger U thing through WordPress to try to figure out a little more how to navigate my way through this new platform, and for day 1 they say to tell a little more about who I am and why I’m here (I’m guessing they…

30 Photos That’ll Make You Want To Visit Iceland

Originally posted on Vee Travels:
Fresh from a week in Iceland with Gray Line Worldwide, I got a chance to go through my photos and picked out a bunch that hopefully will inspire you to visit the beautiful island country.? When planning the trip with Gray Line, I of course made sure to include the…

Barcelona

Originally posted on life with lyss:
Upbeat, spirited, powerful. Barcelona displays ultimate pride. Colorful mosaics and Catalonian flags gleam among historical buildings. The first city in my ten day fall break. For once, I have met my match. Barcelona is enormous, many little roads and no true pattern. I cannot speak much Spanish and have…

Camino a Finisterre – A definitive packing list

Originally posted on ClearskiesCamino.com:
If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you will already know that I am returning to Spain on September 1st to walk the Camino a Finisterre. This route takes me from Santiago de Compostela, where I will see plenty of pilgrims finish their own caminos, to Finisterre and then…

Southern Spain Travels: Part 1

Originally posted on V V Family in Spain:
We recently returned from our “spring break” travels with Brad’s parents (Tam and Larry).  The kids had 2 weeks off for Easter, so we had a nice long trip circling down through Southern Spain and back again.  The map shows our overall route. I’m going to give…

Spain Travel: Soaking up San Sebastian

Originally posted on Travel Associate:
The Basque city of San Sebastián is this year’s European Capital of Culture – a title it is sharing with Wrocław in Poland – and there is an almost palpable excitement in the air. The city has already had plenty of practice in organizing international events: its film, jazz and…

Spain Travel

Originally posted on Best Online Travel Guides:
Traveling to Spain, the tourist hub of Europe is a satisfying experience. Spain is one of the most diverse and visually stunning nations of Europe. As the trip is planned, one is so overwhelmed with many fascinating sights, beautiful landscapes, and charming towns to fit into limited time…

A Very Merry Birthday to You!

Originally posted on Our Tropical Hideaway:
? 45 years ago, the Walt Disney World Theme Park and Resort opened it’s doors to the world. Capitalizing on space and funds, Walt Disney World truly is a world of it’s own, transporting guests to the world of fantasy and tomorrow. On opening day, Disney World was only…

Orlando Travel Digest

Originally posted on LAYERED IN THE LOOP:
This past weekend I traveled with my family to Orlando, Florida, a destination that I spent many years at when I was a child going to Disney World with my family. Even though my brother, sister and I are pretty much adults now, my dad decided that he…

Burj Al Arab –The World’s Most Luxurious Hotel

Originally posted on httuaecom:
History In 1993, architect Tom Wright of WS Atkins took on the challenge of creating this groundbreaking superstructure. From the very beginning Burj Al Arab was planned and designed to become the icon of Dubai. It was to be extravagant and luxurious, a reflection of its Arabic heritage and traditions of…

A fun day at Universal Orlando

Originally posted on Beyond our horizons:
This is another throwback post, this time to our anniversary that was spent in Florida. We spent a day at Universal Islands of Adventure, Orlando (not to be confused with Universal Studios next door). It was a colorful (or more correclty, colourful) day spent in one of the most…

Catalina Island

Originally posted on Riches Guide:
This island in California is one of the hotspots during the summer in the USA and it is also one of the most expensive destinations. Catalina is a rocky island with a population of just 4,000. You can get there taking a ferry in Newport. Its clear water is perfect…

Recap: All About my Cuba Trip!

Originally posted on PINK IS A NEUTRAL:
Dear Friends, It has been a super long time since I last posted, and this one is way overdue as well, but here is my Cuba trip with my boyfriend, Jessy! We went in mid-August, after he finished his exams, for a short 4 days.  I had been working…

What I Eat During My USA Business Trip

Originally posted on Mind Pool:
I like to take photos of food before I eat them, not necessarily to put them on social media because many of the times I just randomly snap a quick one without curating them to look delicious. This is more like a ritual / habit started this year to document…

First 5 Things to See and Do in Cologne, Germany

Originally posted on getsetandgo:
Cologne or Koln is one of Germany’s oldest cities on the banks of the River Rhine. On quite a few occasions in the past I had transited through Cologne but somehow never had a chance to explore it. However in April this year on my trip to Germany I spent 2…

The City by the Bay, San Francisco

Originally posted on notes from camelid country:
Where to start about San Francisco? How to describe a city that has had more words written about it than one human being could read in a lifetime? Our starting point was arriving into the city in a hire car at rush hour, crawling through traffic while trying to find…

Chiang Mai

Originally posted on Nomadistan citizen:
Chiang Mai is the most favorite destination of Norther Thailand and the main gateway to Pai, Chiang Rai and Laos. In opposed to most Thai destinations, it is mountain city and there are no beaches close by. It was the capital of Lan Na kingdom from 1296 [wiki]. ? Chiang…

Travel Guide to New Orleans, USA

Originally posted on stephlacouture:
New Orleans… check! I am so, so excited to be writing this post. New Orleans, Louisiana, is a city that had been in my bucket list for a long time, topping the list in the top three cities I wanted to visit in the United States. So when actually going seemed…

Roadtrip USA Day 8-10: Washington DC

Originally posted on awkward introvert traveler:
Funny story, i was so excited because we are going to Virginia next, it will be our first hike from this roadtrip and we are looking forward to it, we bought our trail pants and trail shoes, then, while i was checking on weather report to make sure it’s…

Angels in Nepal: One Year After the Earthquakes

Originally posted on Global Sojourns Photography:
Peering out the makeshift door of her corrugated metal shelter, Parathi lets the warm, soft rays of the sun tangle up around her welcoming in another day. A gentle breeze rocks the entranceway of their shelter providing a soft melody for her two autistic children sleeping peacefully behind her.…