The web is full of great travel blogs, travel stories, travel photos and travel videos – the hard part is finding them amidst all the garbage. Through the week, I curate the best travel stories I find at Vagobond Travel Media and then each Friday, I bring you the highlights here at the Vagobond Travel Museum.
These are my Travel Museum Inductions for the second week of January 2012.
The New York Times this week published a great list of 19 websites that can save you money on your travels. Some fantastic ideas and sites here, also, I recommend you check out HotelsPanel for cheap flights and hotels worldwide.
The Irish Times published this very interesting piece about exploring Fez, Morocco with a cookbook from the 1950’s. A different way to see a city that has been written about in sometimes too many ways.
The Guardian came out with a fantastic guide to summer family holidays for 2012 – including a tree house in Paris and some beach holidays you might overlook.
Got Saga published this list of some of the world’s best animal sanctuaries. To me, this added a bunch of places to my bucket list. If you love animals, this will tell you where to go to get closer to them.
And finally, rounding out the weeks best travel advice is this list of the top climbing destinations in case you are looking for an adventure travel holiday in 2012. The post comes from Ordinary Traveler.
I made some very fun web discoveries this week…first was Road Food Eating Tours – a blog dedicated to traveling across the U.S with the purpose of eating regional dishes.
Life Remotely is a blog from three Seattlites who decided to become digital nomads…If this post centered around a drunk campfire conversation with a Vietnam vet is any indication – this could become my favorite blog.
You gotta love a site that focuses on the travel things geeks love. Well, you have to unless you don’t like cool geology, Star Wars locations, and other geek things in your travels.
Finally, this was the most inspiring video I found this week. Take a minute to revel in the wonders of our planet. Earthlings Unite!
And while there were plenty of other great travel stories this week – that’s it for this weeks inductions into the Vagobond Travel Museum. To let me know about any great travel pieces, contact me at Vagobond Travel Media (where you can see lots more great stories that I curated this week) or using the contact form here at Vagobond.com