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No Baggage Challenge -- Around the World with no luggage The 20 best travel blogs If there's one thing the web is not short of, it's people blogging about their travels. So how do you sort through the vast fields of chaff to get to the good stuff? Well, these 20 blogs are an excellent place to start. Intelligent Travel Twitter: @natgeotraveler National Geographic Traveler's blog is arguably the finest in the travel sphere. 501 Places Twitter: @501places Andy Jarosz balances the thoughtful and the humorous, mixing debate-starters such as whether you should visit the same country twice, and tales from his own travels. Inside the Travel Lab Twitter: @insidetravellab Abigail King is another writer who manages to look beyond the obvious and approach things from a different angle. Legal Nomads Twitter: @legalnomads Jodi Ettenberg is one of the web's great curators. Wandering Earl Twitter: @wanderingearl Derek Earl Baron is one of the many permanent nomads travelling the world and writing about it. Uncornered Market Heather Poole Nerd's Eye View Travelfish Gran Tourismo Atlas Obscura

The Plettenberg 22 Amazing Places that are Hard to Believe Actually Exist EmailEmail With all the beauty that our Earth has to offer, it’s a real pity that not all of us have enough time or possibilities to go and see it. That’s why we want to invite you to a virtual journey – and it won’t be some well-known tourist destinations, but instead – 22 amazing places that are hard to believe actually exist. Hopefully this list will make you hungry for travel and inspire you to go and finally buy those plane tickets! via: boredpanda Tunnel of Love, Ukraine Image credits: Oleg Gordienko Tulip Fields in Netherlands Image credits: Allard Schager Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia Image credits: dadi360 Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan Image credits: nipomen2 | sename777 Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska Image credits: Kent Mearig Red Beach, Panjin, China Image credits: MJiA Bamboo Forest, Japan Image credits: Yuya Horikawa | Tomoaki Kabe Street in Bonn, Germany Image credits: Adas Meliauskas Naica Mine, Mexico Image credits: nicole_denise Black Forest, Germany

Travel Blog - Tripbase GUÍA_SENTIMENTAL Self Catering Villa Holidays, Apartments, Cottages, for Rental Worldwide Lives of Wander Berlín no te quiere Berlin doesn’t love you (Berlín no te quiere). Esta pegatina se puede ver por la capital alemana desde hace ya algún tiempo. La campaña aparentemente anti-turística es un grito a la conservación de un espíritu que precisamente el turismo de fin de semana, los erasmus y extranjeros atraídos por Berlín hacen desaparecer. Contra lo que los berliners luchan se llama gentrificación que es un concepto proveniente del inglés gentry (alta burgesía). Es un proceso habitual en todas las ciudades que tienen un rápido desarrollo económico, pero especialmente en la capital teutona se ha visto de manera muy rápida. Berlín es una ciudad muy joven, hace apenas veinte años que existe tal y como la conocemos: unificada. Cuando el muro cayó, los barrios del este de la ciudad se quedaron prácticamente vacíos. Se han vivido incluso situaciones de conflicto debido a los intentos de centrifugación de los llamados colectivos creativos. Berlin es una ciudad de inquilinos.

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