Tag: travel blog


With all the new tools and technology constantly competing for our attention, it can be overwhelming to determine which ones are going to be worthwhile to invest in. Today I’m focusing on a highly beneficial tool for the other bloggers out there that will help you stay organized and rock your social media marketing with less effort. Many of you have likely heard of CoSchedule, but if you...

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Travel Moments: Kaspars and Una of We Are From Latvia December 8, 2013. India. We have been cycling across India for almost 2 months, and in a few days we are planning to arrive in Goa, to spend a month living in an apartment by the ocean. The sun is setting. We are reaching the top of the mountain. And we are exhausted. But the...

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I am thrilled to annouce that I have been nominated for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award by Justin Plus Lauren, another very inspiring blogging duo. Don’t miss out if you haven’t stopped over at their site already! Follow these steps to accept the award: 1. Thank and link to the person(s) who have nominated you. 2. List the rules and display the award 3. Share seven...

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Travel Moments: Tianna of The Passport Chronicles One of the best experiences I ever had was in India. When I got to New Dehli it was chaotic to say the least. Anyone who has ever been to India can understand, its crowded, dusty and loud. I thought maybe I won’t like India. Instead I fell in love with the chaos. One of the first days...

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Tour Your Hometown: Sarah of Live, Dream, Discover 1. For starters, where is your current hometown and how long have you lived there? Well being that I am now a full time traveler I no longer have a permanent home base. However prior to becoming a nomad my hometown was the beautiful city of Vancouver, BC. I lived there on and off from the age...

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Travel Moments: Kirsten of Globetrotter in a Wheelchair In 1992 my husband Dieter and I traveled through former Soviet Union with a group of other Danish people. We visited Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan for one month. By a coincidence, we got contacted by a family in former capital Alma-Ata where we were invited to stay. We did so for a week. The other Danes went back to...

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Travel Moments: Kach and Jonathan of Two Monkeys Travel North Vietnam – A Moment of Kindness: About halfway through our motorcycle journey across North Vietnam we found ourselves breaking our only golden rule – Don’t ride at night! With a headlight that barely illuminated our damaged front wheel we couldn’t see where tarmac turned to rocks and mud pits – progress slowed to a crawl....

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Travel Moments: Chaitanya of Traveling Curiously I wouldn’t say I had a great epiphany or a divine revelation but you can say that I discovered something that was intrinsic to me and my personality.My parents loved to travel and they took me around as they travelled India. By the age of 16 I had travelled across most of the major cities in India. Now at...

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I was a tad overexcited for my first time snowshoeing. I’m not really sure why I was so intrigued by these big contraptions you put on your feet… I guess I figured that since I like hiking, I would also enjoy it’s winter counterpart. I was right! Copper Mountain made snowshoeing especially fun with free tours jam packed with interesting facts and observations shared by...

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