Learn How to be a Better Travel Blogger from some Pros

Friend of BootsnAll (FOB) – Sherry Ott told me today that she is one of the teachers at Bloghouse. We are big fans of Sherry, and EVERYTHING she does has quality and excellence wrapped into it, so I enthusiastically recommend registering for this event.

What is it?
It’s a 4 day retreat for aspiring travel bloggers or travel bloggers that want to take it to the next level by learning from the mistakes and victories of folks that have done it and continue to do it.

Other teachers beside Sherry include, Michael Hodsen, Ayngelina Brogan (Ayngelina is another FOB!), Pete Heck, Dalene Heck, and a special guest Craig Martin (another FOB!) of Indie Travel Podcast

With all these friends of BootsnAll, I’ll say you can’t go wrong if you are looking to raise your blogging game.

This BlogHouse event it right before TBEX Dublin, in Dublin. So it’s super easy to combine it with that event.

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Hiking and Trekking – #RTWChat on Twitter

This week’s #RTWChat on Twitter focused on hiking and trekking, a theme we’ve been covering in our feature articles on BootsnAll all week.

We were very excited to have Dave and Deb from The Planet D as guests on the video portion of our chat. Check it out below, as it’s chock full of great information, and it’s highly entertaining (I challenge you not to laugh your ass off).

It’s also a good idea to check out our Hiking Page, which has 17 articles about hiking and trekking around the world.

If you missed it or want to re-live it, the #RTWChat recap is below. Some amazing pictures this week, so if you want some good mountain porn, keep scrolling.


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Charlie Grosso: Indie Traveler Interview

I tried something new recently, a google hangout for an indie traveler interview with Charlie Grosso. Charlie was in South Africa, with a good enough connection for voice, but no video.

Charlie is an indie traveler, entrepreneur and artist and all around adventurer. I was fascinated the more I learned about her story from growing up in Taiwan, to her 1st backpack trip around Europe to how she does long-term travel intertwined with and Photography and many other things.

We spend a fair bit of the 41 minutes talking about her recent bus ride in Uganda that ended up being a robbery homicide. Check out how she dealt with in and listen to the interview below to hear how she feels about it today.

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