Faraway Files #42

TRAVEL BLOG COMMUNITY

FORTY-TWO WEEKS OF SHARING TRAVEL STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

If you are at all like me, you believe that an important aspect of travel is tasting what a new culture or destination can offer. Beyond a meal out, I love perusing the local market to see what’s for sale. I love finding products and purveyors of those different foods and flavors that make a place unique.

Here in Denmark, there is a strong pride of their food culture. From the delicious, but humble rye bread to New Nordic Michelin starred restaurants, Danes can do it all. This week I went along on a Copenhagen food tour and discovered a few new flavors and shops around town. I learned a ton from a Danish cheesemonger who has changed my opinion about the state of Denmark’s cheese. The blue may be rotten, but it’s truly delicious!

And around the world, if you’re in Oregon anytime in summer, the flavors there have to include fresh berries straight from the vine. I’m reminiscing about a fab evening last summer and sharing a post about berry picking with music and mountains this week.

What is a special dish or spice or food that is famous where you’re from? I’d love to know! Please comment and share below.

But before we get to the link up, I want to share my favorites from last week. There were so many great posts and we appreciate all who shared theirs!

Faraway Files Favorites Week #41

Ruth from Tanama Tales took me back to our time in Philadelphia on the East Coast of the U.S.A. We lived there for two years and loved the Reading Terminal Market that she highlighted this week. I couldn’t believe when she shared a picture of my favorite cheese shop there, bringing back many happy and tasty memories!

THE BEST OF PHILADELPHIA: READING TERMINAL MARKET | Tanama Tales

Carolyn from Absolutely Fabulous found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow that is Yosemite National Park. A first-time visit for her family, she offers great tips and beautiful pics from this stunning place.

TOP FIVE FAMILY ACTIVITIES IN YOSEMITE | Absolutely Fabulous

And finally, Bryna from Dotted Line Travels takes us to Newfoundland, Canada and some gorgeous looking hikes around Signal Hill in St. John’s.

PLANNING YOUR VISIT TO SIGNAL HILL, ST JOHN’S, NEWFOUNDLAND | Dotted Line Travels

FARAWAY FILES TRAVEL BLOG COMMUNITY LINKUP #42

WANT TO JOIN IN?

Jump in! The water is fine! Faraway Files is a creative community of travel bloggers who inspire and share each other’s posts. All participating hosts will read and comment on every post that participates in the spirit of the link up. We will also share them on social media too. Each week we’ll choose our favorites and highlight them on our blogs and social media channels using #FarawayFiles.

As Faraway Files hosts, Katy, Clare and I love our link up and this supportive travel community. With over 130 contributors, we have read about 80 countries and territories around the world. If you join in and leave a link please reciprocate and comment on the hosts’ posts as well as at least two others that spark an interest. If we see a pattern of people not joining in, sadly we have decided to remove the links of those posters in the future.

HOW IT WORKS:
  • Link up one travel-related post and add the Faraway Files badge onto the post or your blog (code below) or link back to the hosts.
  • The link up will go live every Thursday at 8 am UK time (9 am, CET) until midnight on Friday. It will alternate between Untold Morsels, Suitcases and Sandcastles, and Oregon Girl around the World.
  • Link ups work best if everyone shares so please comment on all three of the hosts’ posts and at least two others.

LINK UP WITH KATY TODAY OVER AT UNTOLD MORSELS

TWEET US YOUR POSTS

(@suitandsand, @UntoldMorsels, @oregongirlworld) using the hashtag #FarawayFiles and we’ll retweet to our followers.

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Tag @FarawayFiles and #FarawayFiles – and we’ll repost our favorites.


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