Transmogrification – Iceland

Originally posted on The Beauty Along the Road:
Transmogrify – to change, morph, transform. My first trip to Iceland introduced me to a landscape that somehow rattled the portal to ancient memories. Rock, water, mountain – primeval elements transported me back in time, a thousand years ago. Wind, ice, sun, lava – elemental forces that…

Double Tag Award-Travel Tag & the Entertainer Blogger Award

Originally posted on A Beautiful Thing:
​I haven’t done any tags or awards for a while, so as I’ve been tagged for two in the past week, I decided to double them up. Starting with the Travel Tag, I want to thank?This, Tatt and the Other?for the nomination. I love reading her travel posts, especially…

An Open Letter to Indian Parents: Let Your “Kids” Travel.

Article Source: the-shooting-star.com The Shooting Star Dear Parent, On a pristine beach in Baja California Sur, Mexico, I watched in admiration as hundreds of newborn turtles crawled towards the roaring Pacific Ocean. About two months ago, their mothers laid nests on the beach and a team of conservationists protected them from dogs, coyotes and poachers. Two hours ago,…

Funniest Travel Moments of 2016

Originally posted on Picnic at the Cathedral:
I needed a bit of cheering up today so I decided to research my end of year blog stats on the WordPress admin site.  I ignored the numbers and charts and went right to the juicy part: search terms.  These words and phrases that curious web searchers type…

Places I want to Travel to

Originally posted on BeaFree:
Traveling is something I’ve always wanted to do. To go somewhere else, to explore new land and learn new things is just fascinating and wonderful. As much traveling as I would love to do, I must admit I am terrified of airplanes. I don’t understand how they just suspend in air…

Paths for Slow Travel

Originally posted on ALMOST ITALIAN:
A path invites, lures and beckons. It meanders, follows a  creek for a while or crosses a bridge. Perhaps its surface is uneven with cobbles, shale or stepping-stones. Or maybe it is time-worn and ancient, following the steps of our ancestors or tracks made by animals to a water source…

Tips for Travel Wellness

Originally posted on Girl Seeking Healthy:
The last year has seen my family and I traveling all over the United States, from our Hawaii/west coast trip last spring, to southern Florida in the fall, to our most recent: a week in Arizona. Before 2016, I would not have considered myself a traveler.? I hadn’t been…

How do I afford to travel so much?

Originally posted on MY WORLD WΛNDERS:
Hiking in the Colorado Rockies ? Happy Holidays my dear readers and fellow adventurers. This seemed like an appropriate topic to cover on the holiday 🙂 Yes I know this article has been done a million times, by much better bloggers and more experienced travelers than myself. However,…

Travel Planning Once Again

Originally posted on GoTravelGlobal:
Hello everyone! The year has started so it’s again time to do some planning. I did this same thing last year and it was fun to write but also popular post among you readers. So here is listed some travel destinations I hope to visit this year and other plans I…

My Bitter Exotic Travel

Originally posted on Ben's Bitter Blog:
My favorite yoga pose. Judging by all the things I’ve been talking about doing lately, you probably think I’ve been working really hard. You know, like sitting in the stands watching football, or sitting in class pretending to pay attention with my eyes closed. Or sitting in a…

4 Ways to Travel for Work.

Originally posted on MikeTreks:
Hey you greedy little so and so! You want to keep on travelling forever don’t you? Well you can’t. Ha, I joke, sure you can. Here’s 4 ways to do it. 1. Teaching Look at you fancy pants. Your teaching and inspiring (or cursing at under your breath) the leaders of…

Time Travel Tuesday – Blogging Reflection

Article Source: bedlamanddaisies.com Bedlam & Daisies As the end of the year approaches, I’ve done some reflecting in the little snippets of down time here and there. I’m also a few weeks out from my one year blogiversary. So my travel back in time this week isn’t into the distant past, it’s to the beginning…

Why I’ll Always Prefer Solo Travel

Article Source: travellingtheworldsolo.com TRAVELLING THE WORLD SOLO For someone who has an entire blog dedicated to her love of solo travel, it seems strange that I have never actually written about why I love solo travel as much as I do. 2016 has been an interesting year in travel for me. I have had several solo…

Churchill, Canada

Originally posted on Travel-Gourmand.com:
When our Saab 340 turboprop landed in Churchill, the captain switched off cabin lights, and the world around us turned pitch black. Churchill is a remote town in northern Manitoba, on the west shore of Hudson Bay – the second-largest bay in the world. It has about 800 residents – most of which…

Travel theme: Hills

Article Source: ohtheplaceswesee.com Oh, the Places We See . . . After returning from a week exploring Utah’s national parks (Now, that’s a glorious experience!), we saw that Ailsa of Where’s My Backpack had selected the theme of Hills for this week’s Travel theme.  Although we’re working on a series of blogs highlighting the mountains, hills, and…

For the Travel Lovers (2 min read)

Originally posted on Millionaire's Digest:
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Seth Henry Founder & Owner of: Seth Henry Blog Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Entertainment, Family & Life and Travel Writer My second blog post is going to be a relatively short one.  I just wanted to inform those that are interested in cheaper travel of this…

Travel Vision

Originally posted on spearfruit:
Back in June of last year, I wrote a post ‘Sneak Peek‘, that included the following excerpts – Gary and I continue to plan our future adventure.  I wanted to give you a sneak peek into our future travels.  We are planning travels starting on or around August 2th, which is…

My Travel Paint Kit

Article Source: doodlewash.com Doodlewash® I’ve doodlewashed most of my art supplies in a previous post, so I figured I’d share the origin of my little travel palette. In the very first month I started painting, Philippe bought me Joe Miller’s Travel Painter Set and I was thrilled! I love this thing as it’s both small, which I…

Superluminal Travel

Originally posted on Words and Notion:
Time is a relative thing. It is never fixed as we all are in a relative motion with respect to moving sun, stars, galaxies and all. How does time get slow down when we approach the speed of light as mentioned in Time Dilation ? So next what happens…

Time Travel

Originally posted on Rationalising The Universe:
What do we want?! Time Travel! When do we want it?! It’s irrelevant.  Time, by far my favourite abstract notion to think about whilst also the one that can easily cause the most damage to one’s sense of reality if over-dwelled on. This post will cover thoughts on our perception of…

8 Lessons Learnt From Long-Term Travel

Originally posted on Zo Around The World:
For me, long-term travel was a huge learning step. The day I left home for a whole year was literally the biggest day of my life, and I think it always will be. I feel I’ve learnt a lot since that first big trip. When 22 year old…

Solo Travel: Why women should travel alone at least once

Originally posted on Scribble and Scrawl:
 By Somali K Chakrabarti   It’s been an exceptionally long break of about two weeks from blogging for me. Just in case you are wondering where I had disappeared, here I am back before the year end, scribbling down my thoughts. Resuming after a break sometimes becomes a bit challenging,…

Business Travel Reality

Article Source: streetsofnuremberg.com Streets of Nuremberg Imprisoned | Dallas | 2016 The job that pays my bills requires me to travel all over this globe. Last week I was in Dallas. This week I was in New York. Friends often envy me for going to all those fancy places. The thing is, much more often…