There are so many bloggers out there, and so many good reads that often get overlooked. So rather than just retweeting another blogger’s article, I’d like to give a bit more attention to the articles that really stuck out to me!
Each month (on the last day) I’d like to bring you a special post featuring my top 10 travel blog posts from throughout the month! So let’s get started.
The Best of April, 2013
- The Fighting Couple teaches us about perfect kisses around the world, in their entertaining article How to Kiss Correctly.
- James at Escapting Abroad shares his experience Celebrating Holi Festival of Colors… in Utah! With his stunning, colorful photography, you’d have never guessed it wasn’t in India.
- Megan from Pegs on the Line, provides us with great insight to Rising Early for Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market–something I keep meaning to do myself, in her article over at Travel with a Mate.
- Living my dream, Nomadic Samuel, takes us on a journey through Cambodia through his compelling Photo Essay from the Temples of Angkor.
- Many people will never understand travel blogging as a career or why travel bloggers “do what they do”, but that doesn’t stop Sebastian from Off The Path, who tells us ‘I’m Following My Dreams, Are You?‘
- Sherry at Ottsworld writes an enlightening post on The Beauty in Being Lost, which shows us that although frustrating, getting lost is something that everyone should be able to find the beauty in at some point in their travels.
- Everyone seems to love penguins, so much that they even had World Penguin Day just last week. Matt at LandLopers was fortunate enough to travel to Antarctica where he saw penguins galore. He writes, March of the Penguins – Can You Handle the Cute? We sure couldn’t!
- Laura and Cipri of Travelocafe share their experience of the beauty that they discover when Arashiyama’s Famous Bamboo Forest Reveals a Colorful Festival, in one of my favorite places in Japan.
- Travelers say the darndest things, and often annoying things. Becki, from Backpacker Becki, outlines these Annoying Things Travellers Say in her hilarious (and so true!) rant.
- Entitled ‘My Account of the Attack on the Boston Marathon‘, Kate of Adventurous Kate, writes a personal, yet powerful report of the horrific event that took place in Boston earlier this month.