"Travel" Blogs & Blog Posts

My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.

My 780km Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walk .This blog is a journal of my j...

 
long distance love affairlong distance love affair

it's a long distance love affair. and my journey of travels. while i ...

 
Provence PostProvence Post

If you live in, travel to or just love the South of France...

 
Diary Of A Nature & Wildlife PhotographerDiary Of A Nature & Wildlife Photographer

Weekly journal of nature and wildlife photographer Kinsey Barnard. When not...

 
Жингер (the Jinger)Жингер (the Jinger)

I'm a Ramblin Wreck from Georgia Tech and a helluva Peace Corps Volunt...

 
Ancient DiggerAncient Digger

Learning from the past while digging in the present. A journal and educatio...

 
Candy Sweet BlogCandy Sweet Blog

You'll find everything related to life, humor, or deaf related stuffs ...

 


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Around mid-March, 2020 travel plans went from “Maybe we’ll be able to go somewhere for Memorial Day weekend!” to “Maybe we’ll be able to see the remaining members of our families for the holidays in 2022!” (Too dark?) OK, so it’s not q...

The ‘Butterfly’ seat concept maximizes floor space by converting between reclining seats and flatbed suites. Read more...More about Travel, Mashable Video, Airplane, Concepts, and Future Blink...

Google has already introduced a number of updates to help people get around during widespread closures and travel disruptions due to COVID-19. Now that more cities and states are beginning to open up, the company is updating searches to make it easie...

Oh, Canada, you temptress to the north, with your universal health care and cheese-curd-and-gravy-covered fries. There are so many beautiful spots, from Prince Edward Island to Vancouver Island, and everything (well, most parts) in between, making it...

You can explore an abandoned rail line turned into a multi-use pathway through nature in Centre Wellington which continues to the Forks of the Credit in Caledon - a 47km journey on a limestone covered railway bed, minus the rails. Centre Wellington i...

Due to the pandemic, travel hasn't been easy. I had grandiose plans of going to far-flung places, yet that had to be on hold. I actually was planning on spending three weeks in Uzbekistan back in April, for example. Obviously, that didn't mat...

One of the most interesting parts of travel is getting to see human-built structures or natural wonders that have been around for hundreds or thousands of years (or at least what’s left of them). The city or landscape around them has changed, but t...