Travels of Adam
Definitely paints the picture of Reykjavik as a cool, hip place
Ohio never ceases to amaze me!
I know! The cafes in Italy can be pretty intimidating and I used these tips when I last visited Rome - made me much more comfortable!
Does Matthew Barker's comment above mean in the back end that some users/editors are able to give more than simply a +1 but also +2 and +3 votes??
Thanks for sharing my article on Tripomatic!
Love how this video takes the theme of one of the most famous movies set in Berlin and does it in a fun, modern way
Not enough people talk about this subject. I think many in traditional media outlets AND travel bloggers ignore subjects such as this.
"Free" tours are great, but their true value is as dependent upon the guide as anything else.
Thanks Belinda - This is my favorite thing to recommend to tourists :)
Agreed! Her videos are addictive
Cheers Hannah. I think its a subject that needs to be talked about.
This is really great news!
TBH I'm not quite convinced yet - though I do know Indian food can't be beat in London. Looking forward to exploring the East End when I'm in London in a few weeks!
Fun! Maps are almost universally popular - probably due to the fact that the stats can be skewed in any which way to make them interesting.
Mustafa's is okay but not worth the long wait if you ask me. I live down the street from Merhaba and love it!
I've read this a few times already. Make sure you read his blog as well
Thanks for sharing this - I came here to share the same article. Found it very interesting to read this couple's perspective on travel in a religious country.
Was excited to read this news. It's a pretty bold move as well.
Tough question - I think as writers it's important to show as much of an honest perspective as possible and allow the reader to make up their own mind. As a blogger, I can/do recommend (and not recommend) a variety of places for a variety of reasons - often because I'm personally asked the question. I would say travel is a personal decision but the onus is on the traveler to make an informed decision.For example as a gay traveler, I wouldn't personally visit some destinations for their harsh penalties for homosexuality. I don't care to give my money to those places, but I wouldn't fault others for going. I would fault them if they're completely unaware of the implications of their travel, though.
Honestly one of the best travel articles I've read in a long time. Quality story, unique experience, travel tips and fresh perspective.
Thanks for sharing this. Found it very interesting! Also, Matthew - what's this discussion about G Adventures - I'd be curious to see the back story on that one..
I've noticed a lot more meta discussions about blogging and marketing here when I originally thought of Outbounding as a place to share travel stories, less than the travel business. Not sure which is more lucrative for you but it's what I noticed.