Profile picture of Keith Kellett
Profile picture of davide puzzo
Profile picture of Kiss From The World
Profile picture of Neha Singh
Profile picture of Lilly
Profile picture of Sara
Profile picture of Maria
Profile picture of Dharmendra Chahar
Profile picture of Shane Cameron
Profile picture of Pandorasdiary
Profile picture of Tracy A. Burns
Profile picture of Aditi Roy
Profile picture of Maite González
Profile picture of Anirban Chatterjee
Profile picture of Tara
Profile picture of Meg Stivison
Profile picture of Catherine McGee
Profile picture of Bindu Gopal Rao
Profile picture of Rashmi Gopal Rao
Profile picture of Paula
Profile picture of Carol Bock

People are talking

  • From Happy Adventures on Must see attractions in UAE

    UAE holds some really beautiful attractions some of which are still undiscovered. I have visited UAE twice and explored all the places listed above and more. On my 2nd visit, I got the chance to reach the highest observatory deck on Burj Khalifa and the view from there of the whole city is marvelous! Also, all the people visiting Dubai for the first time must experience desert safari because it’s a one-of-a-kind experience.

    2019/08/06 at 5:43 am
  • From Euro Travel Coach on Windmills of Europe

    Nice article on some of the nicest windmills in Europe! We absolutely love everything about Bruges and the windmills are the cherry on top. Thanks for sharing your insights!

    2019/07/29 at 11:40 pm
  • From Tara on 10 Most Annoying things while driving in Serbia

    Thank you Mike for your support! I was worried how this article might be seen by locals. Apart from driving, the country is beautiful. And the people are very welcoming.

    2019/03/31 at 7:22 am
  • From MikeD on 10 Most Annoying things while driving in Serbia

    Shocked that you drove in Serbia. My heritage is Serbian however I would never get behind the wheel while visiting. It really is a free-for-all on the roads. I’ve seen traffic lights that were clearly red and treated as a suggestion rather then a rule. Otherwise, love it there and don’t mind that it has a bit of the ‘wild west’ mentality.

    2019/03/04 at 5:11 pm
  • From Carl on Cycling around Africa: bikepacking essentials for adventure cycling

    Such an amazing adventure for Frederick Marie. Very well written about what he takes along as his gear for the road. It would be such a challenge to try and keep his weight down to that 50kgs, which is pretty impressive as it would include his bike and panniers. Something I would love to do, but don’t know if I would have the courage!

    2017/12/17 at 1:11 pm
  • Profile photo of Nanu Berks

    From Nanu on Colombia, explosives, and motorcycling indoors

    Just saw this! thank you for reading ! working on updating my new site 🙂 Saludos!

    2017/06/15 at 5:30 pm
  • Profile photo of Mrigakshi Punga

    From Mrigakshi Punga on 16 Picture-Perfect Small European Towns

    Lyme Regis <3

    2017/06/10 at 11:09 am
  • From Jatin Chhabra on Top 4 Must See Forts In India

    Apart from Raigad Fort, I have visited all three and Amber Fort is just a different class. Agra fort is impressive but the local guide just makes your life miserable at the entrance. 🙁

    2017/05/27 at 5:31 pm
    • Profile photo of Shaunak Marulkar

      From Shaunak Marulkar on Top 4 Must See Forts In India

      Agreed Jatin. May be Raigad is a little complex to understand fully. Also, since I visited in monsoon season with a whole lot of fog around, I couldn’t really see everything. Amer Fort has been the best, by the way.

      2017/05/28 at 5:52 pm
  • From Jatin Chhabra on 5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

    Nice list Annemarie, but I believe that Japan is more of a group tour destination, else if one is more interested to visit the Zen temples of Koyoto.

    2017/05/27 at 5:16 pm
    • Profile photo of Annemarie Strehl

      From Annemarie Strehl on 5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

      Hi Jatin, how are you? Did you travel Japan with a tour group? Where did you go? I travelled the country for three months by myself and thought it was super easy to get around, safe and people were absolutely fine with solo travellers. In some countries, you can easily get weird looks or lots of questions. Not so in Japan, which is why I included it.

      2017/06/02 at 5:04 pm
  • From Mark Swain on Walking With My Wife - A Cure For Writer's Block

    Thanks for your comments Margaret. My wife has really got the bug now, almost as badly as I have. Doing Hadrian’s Wall in just over a week’s time. It was there or the Camino Portugaise – accommodation not as easy or as cheap in Northumbria / Cumbria but easier to get to.
    Enjoy your walking.

    2016/10/11 at 4:33 pm
  • From Matt Walker on 16 Picture-Perfect Small European Towns

    These are just a few of our favorite places – mostly in Italy and the UK/Ireland, where we’ve traveled most extensively… Glad you like it!
    Matt Walker & Zeneba Bowers

    2016/10/11 at 4:28 pm
  • Profile photo of Margaret Pinard

    From Margaret Pinard on How to take on Paris like a pauper

    Great tips!

    2016/08/18 at 7:36 pm
  • Profile photo of

    From Akanksha Singh on Resting by the sea

    Great capture

    2016/07/31 at 5:09 am
  • Profile photo of

    From Adriana Gabor on The wind in my sails: my life at sea

    Bello veramente.

    2016/07/29 at 5:54 pm
  • Profile photo of Darlene Foster

    From Darlene Foster on Rubbing shoulders with a witch in Trasmoz

    Amazing experience. Thanks for sharing!

    2016/06/12 at 4:42 pm
1 2 3 33
Skip to toolbar