We focused on the topic of Travel in Southeast Asia this week at #rtwchat!
We have the usual video along with the recap below.
For those of you who are planning a trip or thinking about a trip to Southeast Asia, we have lots of resources to help you out. Check out some of the following travel guides and articles about adding Southeast Asia to your indie-themed trip:
When we started the ITC in January, we intended to do it for the whole year. But with 2012 coming to a close soon, and the year anniversary of #indie30, I decided to end it with this blog post.
We had a lot of fun with the folks that participated and we are impressed with the folks that stuck with it. It was a challenge for us to run it as well for the whole year! Coming up with ideas, getting them out there, and managing the real entries as well as inevitable spam that can with the mini-site that we built for the ITC.
I think that the month long version was more fun, and easier to mentally handle than the year-long idea. It was an ambitious idea and we gave it a good shot. We will probably do a shorter version again in 2013.
To wrap it up, I’m going to link to an assortment of participants. Thank-you for playing and sharing!
We focused on the topic of Family Travel this week at #rtwchat!
We had a guest on our live video chat this week, BootsnAll writer and family travel guru Jenn Miller of The Edventure Project, who has been traveling with her husband and four children for over four years now.
Jenn has some fantastic insight on the idea of long-term, slow travel with a family, and shares her expertise and tips on family travel and most importantly, educating your children on the road. If you have a family (or plan to start one some day) and don’t want to give up your wanderlusting ways, then I urge you to watch this chat.
To read more from Jenn, check out the following articles she has written for BootsnAll: