Best Travel Blog Articles of the Week – May 4th-10th

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Welcome to your weekly travel digest. Just like a young chap in the early 1900’s, I will be playing the role of town cryer telling you all of the best travel articles hot of the (word)press.

Each week I will be posting up my favorite blog reads that catch my terribly low attention span. No, I will not be in overalls and a golf cap like this dapper young lad on the left.

When I’m not wandering around the world, I’m reading about it, so I want to collect some entertainment to light that travel spirit under your ass!

There will be no “Top 10” posts here, no “Best Beaches” bullshit, just straight up travel adventures and motivation.

Motivation

IF YOU WANT TO MAKE GOD LAUGH, TELL HIM ABOUT YOUR PLANS” — CARPE DIEM EDITION
by Suzanne of Boomeresque

Exceprt: ““Don’t postpone joy” has become so much more than a bumper sticker.”

After a tragic and recent loss in her family, Suzanne and family members rush from across the nation to come together and support each other. But something else is realized in the midst of loss, the need to live your life because things can be over at any moment.

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Inspirational travel quotes in photos
by Seattle of Seattle’s Travels

Excerpt: None needed.

Seattle takes some stellar travel photos. And now, by using those photos paired with some of the most inspirational quotes I’ve ever seen, this photo essay will make you want to pack your suitcase directly after viewing.

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Adventure!

7 things we DON’T miss from Asia
by Anglo-Italian Blog

I love articles that are about mis-adventures and also about the occasional agony of travel. Get real sweet cheeks, not all travel is rosy and you don’t “OMG love” everything. I have plenty of things my own country annoys me with. Franca and Dale keep it real by listing some things that weren’t so awesome about traveling around Asia, even though they loved it.

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Travel Photography

Tiny Tighnabruaich and Scotland’s Lost Street Art 
by Wee Wanders

Just look at my site design — I LOVE GRAFFITI! I typically wander around cities I visit specifically searching for awesome street art, and Lisa shares some gnarly examples from Scotland!

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Travel Videos

Returning for La Dolce Vita 

by Ayngelina of Bacon Magic

Ayngelina’s videos always amaze me with the elegance of her footage paired perfectly with music to bring a destination to life. Here, she returns to Italy to give you a taste of Bologna.

 

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steps to eat safely from street vendors
by Agness of eTramping

Being in Thailand for six months, I have tried some delicious, and sometimes strange things. Street food can be some of the best bits of a destination, but if you aren’t careful, it can wreak havoc on your health. Here are 5 ways to eat safely.

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The connection between walking lions and canned lion hunting
by Green Global Travel

This was a shocker to read and an eye opener. Though I’ve never “walked a lion” and that I refuse to go to the tiger shows in Thailand, a lion conservation would make me think sanctuary. Apparently not. This is a must read about how lions are being raised by tourism dollars for the chance to walk them, only to have them hunted down the road for game and money.

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And don’t forget to check out my recent articles! 

 

Does that have ya pumped up?! Find other awesome reads this week or want to be featured next week? Comment below!

 

Comments

  1. Mary @ Green Global Travel

    We are beyond honored that you have included us in this blog. You are an amazing travel blogger and we truly enjoy reading about your travels. Thank you so much for this honor. :-)

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