I’m so pleased to feature today’s guest post by writer, photographer & all around nice guy Iain Mallory. Follow his adventures on Twitter at @MalloryonTravel Travel recommendations: Chasing Some Warmth I am often asked where my favourite destination is. It is a result of being considered a traveller that everybody seems to want to know […]
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Favorite Warm-Weather Destination: Kailua, Hawaii by Kit Whelan, digital nomad and author of Seek New Travel Follow Kit on Twitter at @kitwhelan There’s a mythical land of endless summer and sun, it’s name whispered from the chapped lips of cold city dwellers offering a promise of white sand beaches and fresh pineapple juice even in […]
Olive Trail by Gordon Lethbridge In the tangled narrow streets of vieux Nice is Oliviera, a place anyone with a gastronomic interest in olives must visit. I have to admit I didn’t stumble upon it in a delightful serendipitous way but was taken there by a local. The streets of vieux Nice are a pleasant […]
Finding Paradise by Matthew Long I’m not a huge fan of summer. (Insert sounds of derision and thrown tomatoes) Personally, I don’t see what there is to like. It’s oppressively hot, humid and it’s miserable being stuck inside working while it’s so nice outside. This aversion to all things hot usually extends to my travel […]
Cycling Through Italy by Rebekah Kuschmider When Christina asked me to write about my quintessential summer vacation my mind whirled. My family has taken some a-maz-ing vacations over the years. There was the trip to a due ranch in Wyoming when I was about 12 where we all camped out in Yellowstone one night and […]
The Perfect Paris Summer Vacation by Jaime Carroll Follow Jaime on Twitter at @JaimeLC While many people think a summer vacation should be filled with sand, surf and sun, my favorite place to spend a week in the summer is in the city of romance, magic and lights: Paris.A good many other people may think […]
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