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Geography of Travel

Geography of Travel 12.16

It’s been quite awhile since I did a geography of travel post. This month features all things alcohol to celebrate the 83rd anniversary of the Twenty-first Amendment, or the end of prohibition, in the United States. Learn a little bit about the US – and its relationship with alcohol – through the visual aid of maps. Geography of Travel – 12.16 […]

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Travelers on Snapchat that I Love 8

Snapchat is my new favorite social media. I’ve only been using it for less than a year and I’m still figuring it out, but I love to follow people’s adventures near and far. There’s a number of lists from other bloggers going around with suggested users to follow, like Adventurous Kate’s list, this list from Getting Stamped, or this definitive list […]

Geography of Travel

Geography of Travel 3.16

What is the Geography of Travel? This month I’ve been thinking about why I started this series and if I should keep it going. Will it benefit my audience? I sure hope it will! If you don’t have an interest in geography or think that you’ll never need a geography lesson, you couldn’t be more wrong! Well, you can’t – and […]

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Geography of Travel 2.16

Geography of Travel – 2.16 Here are my most interesting finds from around the internet this month: The only British show I watch is The Fall, which is filmed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and it’s included on The Great British Television Map! This map is perfect for a filming location road trip, but where’s the map for British films? Can you label […]

Geography of Travel

Geography of Travel 1.16

I love maps and geography, and I truly hope there are at least a few people out there that are enjoying this series! Geography of Travel – 1.16 Here are my most interesting finds from around the internet this month: I love this article on Boston Proper vs Greater Boston and how far from the city you can be while still […]

Another Liebster Award

Another Leibster Award

I was nominated for another Liebster Award, this time by Rachael from Everywhere and Back.Her email came from out of the blue, so I’m genuinely happy that she chose my blog to spotlight and I’m honored to support her in return. As I mentioned, I have been nominated before, so my participation will be limited to answering her set of awesome […]

Geography of Travel

Geography of Travel 12.15

October and November got away from me. Or rather, I got away in October and November! I visited two new cities and two new countries. Two weeks away in two months in the middle of a very busy time at my day job left me with quite a bit of catch up work to do, both at work and here […]

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Geography of Travel 9.15 2

September is one of my favorite months; September 23 my favorite day – the autumnal equinox. As a kid, I always loved the spring and fall equinox. They mark changes in seasons and are the mid-way points in the countdown to the next solstice – the longest and shortest days of the year – in the summer and winter. These were […]