Everyone has a list of some sort – whether it’s written down in an old ratty notebook, saved on a spreadsheet on your computer, or mental, all travel lovers have a must-see list (what some would call a bucket list).
Yesterday on #RTWChat, we talked about our must-see lists and shared what it is that appeals to us when it comes to travel. Check out the recap below for an entertainment and inspiration, but we want to offer you a fair warning – it will make you want to head the airport right now and head to one of these amazing destinations.
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Many myths abound about why people can’t take round the world trips, but we think they’re exactly that – myths! For every reason, or excuse, you throw at us for why you can’t travel, we have a good response for why that myth is wrong.
Jenn Miller joined us on video for yesterday’s chat, and as always, had some fantastic insight for why there is no good reason for not traveling, if that’s what you really want to do. She’s made it happen for over five years, and she’s done it with four kids in tow! Check out the video to get some awesome tips, advice, and inspiration.
For more on RTW myths, check out the following articles, and if you missed #RTWChat yesterday, read the recap below.
Yesterday at #RTWChat, we discussed the impact that social media has on your travels. There were a lot of new faces this week, and this was one of our busiest chats since we started nearly a year ago.
Check out the recap below, as there are tons of great tips and advice for how to use social media to enhance your travels. And be sure to check out the answers to question 10, as we gave travelers the opportunity to share some of their favorite pictures, blog posts, and resources to help travelers.
A great way to really experience the culture of a foreign country is through its food. Not only the tastes and smells, but the method, the history, the preparation – all offer an amazing insight into the traditions of that place.
Yesterday on #RTWChat, we talked about food while traveling. We were also fortunate enough to have Kelsey Timmerman, author of the book Where Am I Eating?, join us for a video interview during #RTWChat. He had some amazing stories to tell about where our food actually comes from, and it is a highly entertaining and informative interview, so check it out!
If you missed the chat itself, read the recap below to see what you missed. Warning: you may not want to read the recap on an empty stomach).