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The Tranquilo Traveler is a celebration of voluntourism, slow travel, and other interesting ways to see the world. It is a window to my travels (especially to Nicaragua and Belize) and an update on my books and articles. I am a self-employed freelance travel writer and guidebook author, specializing in Belize, Nicaragua, and Colorado, especially alternative/sustainable tourism, adventure/experiential travel, Spanish schools, expat life, volunteer/study/work abroad, environmental issues, and international development.
Travolution is the UK’s leading multi-media brand for the online travel industry, published by the TW Group. Covering the traditional travel market plus the new breed of online players, Travolution provides essential information, commentary, market intelligence and analysis for anyone in, or running an online travel business.
I’m a 20-something traveler from central Illinois on an extended journey to see the world. On my first trip overseas to Italy in 2000, I made a promise to myself to spend a large part of my life experiencing cultures other than my own. I quit my job in late 2007, and have been globetrotting ever since!
My name is Gary Arndt and I’ve been traveling and blogging around the world since March 2007. The idea of traveling around the world wasn’t something that gradually dawned on me. It all rather happened in an instant. Once I had the idea, I knew it was something I had to do. That happened about two years before I left on my trip.
Fare Buzz is one of the leading online travel suppliers specializing in world wide travel innovative technology to enable leisure to find cheap and discounted travel products like Flight Booking, Hotel Reservation, Car Rental and Vacation Packages. Farebuzz.com – main aim to assist customers to save up to 70% when they plan to travel.
The GlobetrotterGirls are Jessica, an American freelance travel editor and writer, and Dani, a German freelance photographer. Our passion for travel is a thirst that can not be quenched by just a few holidays a year.
Gridskipper, the worldwide travel blog. For those familiar with the previous incarnations of the site, a brief word about Gridskipper’s direction. For the past several summers, the Curbed Network has run a blog called The Beach, focused on all manner of doings in The Hamptons on Long Island, NY. When the chance came for Curbed to acquire Gridskipper from Gawker Media—a site we’ve enjoyed a long history with—the time seemed right to take the best of The Beach and combine it with the best of Gridskipper.
Homeboy’s World of Skiing was founded on autumn 2007. We wanted to share our thoughts with other skiers worldwide, but soon we realized that our blog is becoming the most popular skiing blog in the Internet. On early 2008 we decided to take this seriously and create a valuable website for people interested in skiing. Writing our blog is really something we love to do, in addition to skiing, of course. Read next few words of our backgrounds and specialities.
We created this site for anyone dreaming about a trip to Ireland. So sit back, relax and explore as we share our insight into the Emerald Isle’s most popular destinations as well as get off the tourist trail and experience the “real” Ireland.
My name is Wes Nations and this is my first blog. Having recently turned 39 for the fourth time, I’ve decided to fulfill a life-long dream and take a year off to travel the world. I’ll be visiting the developing world, mostly — taking my time and trying to be as flexible as possible. I’ve traveled some before: 6 months in India, 3 weeks in Italy, 2 months in Amsterdam, and I once spent a summer on my motorcycle, touring the national parks of the American West.
Editor for Matador Goods, Nigerian-born Lola Akinmade-Akerström’s photography and travel writing are characterized by vibrancy and hope. Obtaining a Masters (MSc) degree in Information Systems from the University of Maryland with a solid background in Geography, she specialized in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for 10+ years and her affinity for the geosciences and maps meant she was born to travel.
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My travels began early. I think my first plane ride was at 3 months old to Disney World. Needless to say, I do not remember the magic of Disney on that visit. My passion for travel and writing began a few years later with family vacations across the United States and Europe. Those family vacations expanded my ideas about travel, specifically after a visit to Rome.
The Vacation Gals are three professional travel writers — and moms — who are eager to share our favorite destinations for family trips, girlfriend getaways and romantic escapes with our readers. On our award-winning travel blog, we also cover awesome travel gear, the latest travel news and helpful travel tips.
Ever wanted to quit your job, hit the road and just see where it takes you? Yeah, us too. That’s why we did it. In April 2006 photographer Eric Mohl and journalist Karen Catchpole hopped into a big truck and drove out of New York City leaving jobs, their apartment and a storage space full of stuff behind.
I am a travel writer who has been around the world three times and dispatched articles from five continents over a period that is approaching two decades. I am author of The
World’s Cheapest Destinations – currently in its third edition — and the Travelers’ Tales title Make Your Travel Dollars Worth a Fortune: The Contrarian Traveler’s Guide to Getting More for Less. I am also co-author of Traveler’s Tool Kit: Mexico and Central America and author of Travel Writing 2.0.
Flights, airlines , Holiday news and travel articles
Holiday Travel Guide
I’m a girl who can’t sit still. Since I graduated college in 2007 I’ve been either traveling or saving up to travel. I’ve spent time living and working in London (still my favorite city on earth), backpacked around Eastern Europe and seen most of the lower 48. I’ve celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland, Christmas in Rome and more Thanksgivings in the UK than I want to count.
Urban Prankster covers pranks, hacks, participatory art, and other creative endeavors that take place in public places in cities across the world. It is edited by Charlie Todd.
Dr. EveAnn Lovero is a college professor and former business school dean. Her day job involves teaching graduate and undergraduate management classes. She has accompanied her business students around the world and has taught Global Strategy courses in China and Brazil. In her free time she writes travel books.
Tour and Traveling Tips
My name is Monica Wong and I’m a social media professional. I was born and bred in New York City. I am the daughter of immigrant parents and I grew up living in Brooklyn basements. My maternal grandparents were both educators in China. My paternal grandparents were peasants. I’ve seen the scars left behind from Communist China and the difference it makes between those who are educated
My name is Lillie, and I am a 29 year old, six foot tall Boston native. For six years, I taught high school English in the Boston Public Schools before flying out in August of 2009 to begin voyaging around the world!
Welcome to Calvin’s Hub. This is my personal blog where I write about the things in life that I love… or hate.
I experienced some conflict when developing this site, as I wanted it to reflect my professionalism. Screw professionalism. I’m on a mission to bare myself honestly, and if that involves divulging details of dancing on bars and having torrid love affairs in France, so be it. Here are my stories.
In 2007, Tony and Thomas decided to quit their jobs, leave the security of sedentary life behind, and travel the globe full time. Join us as we explore the world, discover its wonders, and experiment with our version of contemporary nomadic living.
I think one of the best things about traveling is the ability to just get lost in it. To set aside the maps and itineraries (although I also love those, too), and just see where the road carries you off to, learning and evolving and relishing in the experience along the way.
Don’t Ever Look Back is a travel blog written by Amy and Kieron. We’re a couple in our twenties that were born, raised and currently reside in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Europe & Beyond is keen to hear from guest bloggers and travel writers who want to share their experiences.
After eight years of travelling and learning languages I have picked up quite a lot of short-cuts, unconventional learning techniques, and a pretty good mentality that has hugely helped me to learn these languages, and earn the title of “polyglot”. This site is for sharing these tips so that others may also live their dreams of being able to speak other languages! If you’d like to read my best and most practical tips all in one place, check out the Language Hacking Guide!
I am the founder of the Frommer’s guidebook series and host of “The Travel Show” on WOR 710 and radio stations across the U.S.
Gadling is the world’s top travel blog, written and edited by passionate travelers and writers. Covering fun, interesting, and relevant travel, Gadling is the premiere source for everything from general travel news to highly specific travel tips, from budget travel to adventure travel — and for everything in between.
Golden Triangle Guide – Your Traveling Guide
I am an avid traveler and author of world destinations.
Travel Around The World
When I first left the United States to travel back in 2006, I started a blog just as a way to keep in touch with friends and family back home. Originally, I didn’t even want to do a ‘blog’ as I thought they were kind of lame and I even hated the word ‘blog.’ I still don’t actually like the word, but yes, I have come to accept it’s another part of whom I am and another label I have been given.
Rudy Maxa, aka “The Savvy Traveler,” is one of America’s premier consumer travel experts whose writings and radio and television shows have helped save thousands of travelers time and money. A former Washington Post reporter, he is a contributing editor with National Geographic Traveler and Delta Air Lines’ Sky magazine. His nearly 100 public television episodes on the great destinations of the world have numerous awards including several Emmy Awards. His weekend radio show, “Rudy Maxa’s World,” is the country’s most widely syndicated travel talk radio show.
A visit to your favorite place is one of the essentials of vacationing. There are many things to consider when you think about organizing a trip. Deciding where to go is probably the most exciting decision that you have to think about. Although you may find it easy for others this can turn out to be a time consuming and very confusing thing to do. The large number of places to choose from makes it harder to come up with the final answer.
Notes from Spain is all about bringing you closer to the wonderful experience of life and travel in Spain. Our podcasts (on-line radio shows), articles and video cover all aspects of Spanish culture, and some of the most interesting destinations, fiestas, beaches, landscapes and towns around Spain.
Travel is more than just a vacation for us. It’s about learning new languages, exploring how different cultures live, and opening our minds to all that is out there. Our goal is to travel the world with a purpose and to give back to humanity through our travels, whether that be with monetary donations or volunteering our time.
I traveled around the world to 23 countries, finding a new exciting world outside of my office walls. My eyes were opened to possibilities and the beauty of simplicity; I didn’t want to go back to my old corporate existence. Instead I sold my possessions and relocated to Vietnam to teach ESL, do photography, and continue building a blogging and writing presence.
This website is really an ongoing discussion of all things related to business travel. We’ll cover everything from the best fares, the most business friendly hotels, and the most convienent car rental preferred renter programs. We will explore the best gear, gadgets, and tools that help you be productive and connected wherever you are at.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel around the world on trains and ships to many interesting places, and I’ve worked as a European rail agent issuing tickets and advising other travel agents on train travel across Europe. So if you’d like some help with a journey you’re planning, why not ask the Man in Seat Sixty-One?
Travel and Holiday
Welcome to SoloFriendly.com, a blog focused on solo travel. I’m Gray Cargill, publisher of this site, a native Vermonter, and an unabashed fan of solo travel. So far, I have traveled to six countries and 16-plus U.S. states and have made numerous solo trips.
We are two gen-X geeks who are utilizing technology to engage in a full-time traveling lifestyle – in other words, we’re technomads.
Hi, I’m Nora Dunn. In 2006, I decided to take the plunge. I sold my financial planning practice in Toronto Canada, and got rid of all of my belongings in order to free myself up for the adventure of a lifetime.
You are probably wondering, who is Todd, how can he travel so much, doesn’t he have a job? Well, the short answer is I’m a guy who left home over 11 years ago. With the exception of graduate school I have been living abroad ever since.
The responsibilities and routines and reasons scattered like bugs from beneath a rock. They looked as minuscule and ugly as bugs, too. The feeling? Like catching up on all the sleep you’ve lost over the course of your life or the sudden unlatching of a Succubus from your mind. It was levitation. It was levity.
I’m a keen traveller. In fact, over the last 25 years, I’ve travelled to every continent and over 80 countries. This blog is about the most memorable destinations – the places I regard as the travel wonders of the world.
In 2007, I left my life in Buffalo, New York, and my cat and my closet full of shoes to pursue a full-time university teaching job in Japan. Three years after that, I left that job (and countless more shoes) and have been traveling through Asia ever since — one odd job at a time. I’ve been a cat-sitter in rural Northern Thailand. I’ve weeded rice paddies and helped build a sailboat in Malaysia. I worked for a very brief stint at a hostel in Laos (very brief… like one-night brief). I was a volunteer English teacher (and karaoke rock star!) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Our mission is to help consumers make better travel decisions and to enjoy better trips. Currently, the average consumer does 10-12 web searches and visits 20-24 web sites before making their bookings today. We want to make that experience much better. We are a search engine that makes the decision about what to book easier by aggregating and semantically analyzing travel, local and lifestyle reviews and other information from across the web.
Potts is one of the best travel writers to emerge in the last decade. Intrepid and thoughtful, he’s a Paul Theroux for the backpacker generation.
On December 25th, 1999, I left the USA for a three-month, post-graduation trip to Southeast Asia. It’s now been over twelve years and that trip has yet to finish.
YeahThatsKosher.com is a blog for the kosher traveler. Our authors navigate the globe searching endlessly for kosher food, so you don’t have to. Our posts are designed to help you see the world without worrying about your next kosher meal. This site serves as a mini kosher directory of locations around the world.
BudgetTravel.com is the website for Budget Travel magazine. In June 2005, Budget Travel launched its own website, receiving approximately 1.8 million unique page views per month.
I originally left home in September of 2007 with the plan of working for four months in Ireland, six months in the UK, and then returning home to face the seemingly inevitable, 8-5, real world job. Fourteen countries and sixteen months later, I returned to the US and began saving for my next trip abroad.
I haven’t always been a travel lover. Until i was 18 the only holidays i’d been on were 1 week breaks by the pool in France and Spain and I was always ready to get home by the end of it. I didn’t like leaving home for long and was always more comfortable on the sofa in front of the telly than out and about in the unknown.
On November 29, 2007, I left the comforts of my home and a well-paying job in the United States for the wide open road with nothing but a 20-pound backpack, an ATM card, and an insatiable wanderlust for discovering new cultures and sharing those experiences in writing, photos, and videos.
2Backpackers.com documents the experiences of Jason and Aracely Castellani as they travel the world in a journey of discovery. This is not the typical gap year of backpacking after a recent college graduation. This is the journey of a couple that finished college years ago and have since spent most of their time and efforts becoming successful corporate professionals.
Born and raised in the American south, CanCan has since spent time in The Bahamas, China, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia (including surfing in Bali!), Singapore, and Thailand, and Vietnam. CanCan is the mother of two strapping young boys; Jojo (born 10/04) and Deeds (born 8/07). They have logged in lots of miles, traveling around the globe.
Mommy Poppins is all about helping our readers know better, a lot better. Written by real, unpretentious moms, Mommy Poppins provides daily doses of the inside scoop on what’s cool in New York for kids and their grown-up entourage.
Leigh M. Caldwell is a family travel writer, blogger and broadcast personality. She has two decades of experience as a radio news anchor, television news executive producer and newspaper reporter, editor and columnist.
Here you’ll find fun things for kids to do in the car, travel games, printable car games and activities, and road-trip tips. At my blog, I post my website news, fun links for traveling, product reviews, and car games.
This site is for mamas (and daddies and grandparents!) who need a break from their every day lives, want to see the world, experience new cultures, and maybe even indulge in a spa treatment or margarita while away. Travel Mamas is a community of regular women and men like you who want to learn and share not only how to survive a trip with children, but also how to love exploring the world with their families.
Welcome to Epicurious! We are happy to offer you the very best recipes, cooking features, and video how-tos on the Web. If you have any questions about locating topics on Epicurious, we hope you’ll find the answers right here.
Good Food and Travel is a Food and Travel blog that documents experiences and encounters from different corners around the world. Using graphically vivid photographs, each post will surely bring you into the center of all the action. Before you know it, you will be smelling, tasting, and experiencing it all…even forgetting the fact that you are sitting in front of a computer screen the whole time.
We are Akila and Patrick. Our minds (and waistlines) expand as we travel, cook, and eat our way around the world with our two dogs.
Our mission at ExpertCruiser.com is to empower travelers with the skills necessary to enjoy cruise travel throughout the world. In addition, we inform you on current events and issues relating to the growing world of cruise travel and their Internet travel web sites. Ultimately, we believe travel is a powerful tool to fully understand the world in which we live.
ShipCritic Blog is a labor of love by Anne Campbell, a journalist who has been covering the cruise industry since 1993. Why a blog? This newfangled technology is the best way of interacting with cruisers, both first timers and veterans, who also share a passion for seeing the world by ship.
Lifecruiser Travel Blog is about a Swedish couple with a passionate interest in travel, photography and actually: the whole world!
On this page, you’ll meet journalists who not only are passionate about cruising but also eager to help you make informed cruise vacation decisions. We always welcome your feedback and your participation on the Avid Cruiser website.
Five million visitors strong, Cruise Critic is a critically acclaimed interactive community comprised of avid and first-time cruisers who enjoy the fun of planning, researching and sharing their passion for cruising. No other single resource covers the world of cruising as thoroughly as CruiseCritic.com. Cruise Critic’s world-renowned editorial staff offers objective cruise reviews, features, ports of call profiles and destination stories. The Cruise Critic message boards are the most active in the world.
Cruise Diva, The Blog is where award-winning writer and cruise travel guidebook author Linda Coffman shares news items, thoughts about the cruise industry, and bits of information for avid cruise passengers.
CruiseMates is an independently owned and editorially unbiased “Internet Cruise Magazine and Cruise Information Guidebook” offering accurate and up-to-the-minute cruise information and providing a place for cruise enthusiasts to meet.
artist-at-large is a tagline that was bestowed upon me by my graphic artist friend Michael Dauss after I had completed a double cross country roadtrip, with my cameras and journal, in my VW bus in 1980. I’ve used the tagline ever since to describe myself as an artist who travels.
Els Slots is a global traveller based in The Netherlands. She has extensive independent travel experience in more than 70 official UN countries. Her goal in life is to visit all UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Benét J. Wilson is an aviation journalist based in Washington, D.C. The opinions expressed here are strictly my own and do not reflect the views or opinions of my employer.
It all began in 2006 at a retreat in upstate New York. Sitting around a table, a group of individuals with unique and varied knowledge who had known each other for years decided to get into online content as a serious endeavor. The idea was simple. Put up a site on a topic of interest, everyone would contribute stories, which would be edited for consistency. A few ads would be added for profit, and we would build the brands exponentially.
Scott McCartney writes The Middle Seat every Thursday. The Wall Street Journal’s Travel Editor, Scott has been on the airline beat since 1995 — long enough to see it go from bust to boom and back to bust. He also writes a blog on travel at The Middle Seat Terminal.
My name is Brett Snyder, and I am the President and Chief Airline Dork of Cranky Flier LLC. I’ve had the airline bug since I was young. As a kid, I never missed a chance to go to LAX and pick up airline timetables. My grandmother even took me to an airport hotel for my birthday one year so I could watch the planes land. By the age of 12, I had become a travel agent. Soon after I was volunteering at Traveler’s Aid.
Andrea Ahles, the Star-Telegram’s airlines reporter, covers American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, consumer travel and as much airline news as she can each day. Bob Cox, the Star-Telegram’s aerospace reporter, covers Lockheed Martin, Bell Helicopter and all the nuts-and-bolts that go with airplanes, fighter jets and helicopters.
My passion and expertise is in redeeming frequent flyer miles and points for travel. I have been doing this as a hobby for years- whether jetting to the Seychelles in business class or sitting behind Madonna in first class, to me, getting there is often times more than half the fun.
Today In The Sky with Ben Mutzabaugh
Travelvice.com was crafted as the solution to the correspondence issues that I experienced while traveling in Thailand. Like other blogs, this site serves as a means by which I can publicly share my thoughts, experiences, feelings, observations, and memories. My desire to share with those whom I care about the most is the principal motivation behind creating and maintaining a Web site such as this—and of course to let people know where I’m at and that I’m still alive.
Online Travel Review is edited by Jared Blank, a former travel analyst with Jupiter Research, where I was lucky enough to spend all day talking about the airline industry with clients and press. Readers of the Wall Street Journal, viewers on CNBC, NPR’s Marketplace listeners and the fine folks taking in the Clarksville (TN) Leaf-Journal suffered through seeing me quoted in their fine media outlets.
Tips, touts and tidbits from the road by Anders Meanders.
The site provides news, travel tips, and commentary on happenings and trends in the travel industry for the traveler looking to maximize comfort, style, and convenience, while getting a great deal. It is not a travelogue or traditional travel writing per se. The blog focuses primarily on the mechanics of travel, seen from a consumer’s point of view.
Tukaj si preberite kako do najcenejše letalske karte.
12345-TravelAdventure.com is the complete organizer for traveling, vacation, business travel & relaxing. Providing Clients with a fast, sincerity, accurate and reliable response to their wants and requirements, SW makes traveling is easy. Our highly experienced team is knowledgeable and professional in the tourism business, travel products and services to customer and meets or exceeds their expectations.
The Business Travel Guru Website is a part of the Flying High Media group and is widely considered one of the top authorities on business travel & frequent flyer programs.
Chris Gray Faust, winner of a 2010 Lowell Thomas writing award for travel blogging, is the former travel editor at USA TODAY. A journalist for 20 years, Chris has worked as a reporter and editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer, the New Orleans Times-Picayune and the York (Pa.) Daily Record.
BNT publishes thoughtful, entertaining, and introspective stories about travel and how it has the potential to change us in meaningful ways. We do not publish “destination-specific” pieces, but instead focus on topics like spirituality, philosophy, health, politics, religion, and culture. Ideally, we want our writers to explore their deepest feelings and fears and to challenge their beliefs and ideas. We also publish photo essays of religious and spiritual events and experiences.
Off Track Planet: The Ultimate Independent Travel Resource, Guide + Community for the Young, Sexy and Broke.
PocketCultures provides a place where you can go to find out about what life is really like in different countries that you haven’t travelled to, and hopefully to find even more information, and join in the discussion about countries you have visited.
This site started out of my initial desire to share trips with family and friends. I started putting serious effort into the blog after quitting my day job as a senior systems administrator for an internet company in downtown Seattle, Washington. Since that time, I’ve given the blog a bit more focus. I’ll be focus on what I’m most passionate about which includes; personal family travel journalling, photography, technology and travel in general.
Meet Dave and Deb a couple that fell in love at first sight way back in college. Ever since meeting they have been on the move. It was only a year into their relationship when they relocated from Toronto to Vancouver to pursue their dreams of being famous musicians. While the music careers didn’t pan out, their spark for travel was ignited and they have been on the move ever since. They want to prove to other would-be travelers that you don’t have to be a professional athlete, expert mountaineer or superhuman iron man to be an adventurer!
Formed in early 2010 As We Travel is a budget travel site for travelers who are about to leave and explore the world for their first RTW trip (round the world).
The Hartford Courant seeks to provide the news Connecticut needs, reported faithfully and fully, with respect for all and favor to none. We strive to be authoritative and insightful, to inform and to delight.
We are a travel content and resource provider. This is a travel community with articles, journals, photographs, message boards, links & much more. Dave began Dave’s Travel Corner in 1996 immediately after a life-changing trip to Nepal in which he trekked to near Everest Base Camp. While on the trek he became deathly ill from food poisoning and altitude sickness. When he returned to the States he had a newfound appreciation for life and for travel.
EVERETT POTTER, editor-in-chief of Everett Potter’s Travel Report, is a columnist for USA Weekend magazine, which is distributed to more than 600 newspapers and has 23 million readers. He is a contributing editor for Ski and a frequent contributor to National Geographic Traveler, Travel & Leisure Online, New York, Town & Country, Martha Stewart Living, Virtuoso Life, Endless Vacation, and Forbes Life.
Expat blog is a project held by expatriates, for expatriates. Our ambition is to help people who want to live abroad, wherever in the world they are, and wherever they would like to live. The main idea is to make expatriates share their experience. Everybody can participate!
My name is Anil Polat, a digital nomad traveling the world indefinitely. I’m a formally educated anthropologist and former computer hacker (the good kind), currently traveling full-time completely funded by my travel blogs.
Hasbrouck is the world’s best-known authority on around-the-world travel: consumer advocate, investigative journalist, blogger, author of the acclaimed Practical Nomad series of travel how-to and advice books, consultant on travel-related human rights and civil liberties issues
How to get there, where to stay, what to do.
This whole site conceived by a traveler, designed while traveling, this site is for travelers by a traveler, it is the story, the dream of travel.
WhyGo is a partnership between BootsnAll and a collection of passionate writers dedicated to producing the best online travel guides for both destinations around the world and all kinds of travel styles.
OffbeatTravel, publishing since September, 1999, is a travel information website introducing readers to offbeat places and unusual destinations, as well as providing a fresh look at old favorites.
Peter Greenberg is America’s most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist.
Tnooz is a provider of news, analysis, commentary, data and business services to the travel, tourism and hospitality industry.
Travels With Two is a guide to those places we (and many other couples) have been and loved, in the hope that you’ll be inspired to do the same.
Travelwires.com is a blog about the business of travel and tourism in Africa. This means we put special focus on trade news meant to benefit tourism entrepreneurs and industry suppliers. We’re not only focused on the technology or marketing of travel and tourism, but prefer to cover all matters concerning the operations of businesses in the trade.
Potovanja z hišnimi ljubljenčki
FIDO Friendly is the only magazine dedicated to the travel lifestyle of man’s best friend, and the one magazine your dog will thank you for.
Hotel Guide – Luxurious Living Abroad
Informacije o namestitvah
My passion towards the Internet and the hotel world has helped me to discover an innovative way of doing business with hotels and the travel industry in general.
Oprame za popotnike
The Practical Travel Gear blog is the most popular gear review blog on the web by Alexa rank and we appear on the front page of search engine results for 63 keyword phrases (and rising). We review a new useful item every weekday, almost always based on real-world tests in the field.
I love travelling and helping couples find their perfect honeymoon.
Toliko za enkrat. Če najdem še kaj uporabnega, vam seveda predstavim. Pa srečno!