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Category: Blog posts

Blog posts is dedicated to the people who collaborate with Kiss From The World from across the globe.

1815 Travel Writers publish their best stories here, which are organized into 58 broad themes.

All of this means that Kiss From The World has hundreds of pairs of eyes across the world, seeing different things – and photographing them – and passing them on to our readers.

The outcome is a mosaic of different points of view, stories, places, and incredible encounters – as experienced by professional travellers who don’t hesitate to travel to the most unthinkable places… so they can recount extraordinary experiences.


Biblioteca Pública de Vancouver

El post de hoy va a ser muy disfrutado por quienes sean amantes de la lectura. ¿Han escuchado la expresión que alguien es “un ratón de biblioteca”? Hace...


Hôtel Americano NYC

Hôtel Americano NYC  |  New York, United States  |  Last week, I had an express 24hrs stay at the Hôtel Americano in New York City, member of the Grupo Habita and...


Ballenas, águilas y osos en Juneau. Alaska

El gran atractivo de Alaska es su naturaleza, bella y salvaje se impone. Un@ se miniaturiza ante tanta grandeza. Sí, sé que me emocioné un poco, pero no puedo...

Music to Travel By

I am not a musical person. I have zero co-ordination and I mime to pretty much everything that involves using singing including, but not limited too, school...


Travel tips I try to follow

Sharing a list of tips is a bit like sharing favourite destinations – it’s largely down to personal preference. Here I have tried to capture what tips I feel...


An intercultural school in the traditional village

Today I would like to tell you the story of our project born in Africa, Senegal in autumn 2012. We are an intercultural school called Atlantic International School, a...


Sleeping in the Sahara

I’ve been on a fair amount of tours in my time . However, there has been none more memorable than my 5 days/4nights escape to Marrakech. This trip required a fair bit...

My beautiful picture

Rancho Platón. Un eco paraíso

Bienvenid@s a mi primer post! Quiero comenzar mi blog escribiendo acerca de un lugar que me hipnotizó cuando lo visité. Y debo decirles que no soy nada impresionable,...


Pulau Umang: A Lesson in Tolerance and Understanding

If you asked me the question ‘How has travel changed you?’ I might not give you the answer you expect. Yes, it’s made me more confident; it’s given me insights...



All I could see as we descended over Phnom Penh was the mighty Mekong River snaking its way across the countryside for miles. There were buildings littered along its...

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