FORTY-SEVEN WEEKS OF SHARING TRAVEL STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Usually, I love autumn for its natural slowing of pace, but this fall has been busy y’all! In the very best way. Thank you to everyone in the Faraway Files Travel Blog Community who linked up and shared last week. Here are my favorites! Haven’t seen them? No worries – click on the pics and pop over to the posts. Continue reading “Faraway Files #47”→
FORTY-FOUR WEEKS OF SHARING TRAVEL STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Would you ever consider going on a local tour in another language? Would you understand? What it if was the only way to see inside a unique place that you were wanting to visit?
I recently chose the Norwegian language tour option to get an inside look at the Nordland culture museum we visited in Kjerringøy, north of the Arctic Circle. Did I understand it all? Not by a long shot. Although I do think my three years living in Denmark gave me a leg up on other non-native speakers. Fisk. He said fisk! I know what that means. Fish! Fantastisk! Ha. Don’t call me an omniglot just yet.
FORTY-THREE WEEKS OF SHARING TRAVEL STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
2017 is the United Nation’s International Year of Sustainable Tourism Development. The World Tourism Organization has just launched a new campaign called Travel. Enjoy. Respect. It aims to encourage us, as the tourists and travelers around the world, to be the catalyst for positive change and impacts in this growing industry. But how can you help? UNWTO offers these tips to consider while traveling:
I am always trying to find ways to make sure our travel choices include businesses that are making positive impacts on the environment and local economies. If you’ve been following me, you know we spent our summer holidays in Northern Norway. Today, I’m sharing our summer glamping safari with WildSeas Adventures, who are dedicated to marine mammal conservation and education. In a country that still offers whale on the menu, the work they do is meaningful and impactful. And the setting is stunning. Come take a look.
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 #42
Loved this post by Lisa from Baby Loves Travel advocating for taking it slow while traveling with your toddler in tow. With views like this, I could get behind doing nothing with or without my little along!
Esther from Your Dutch Guide shares all things lovely in the Netherlands and beyond. Last week she shared the beautiful message, history and purpose of the Peace Palace located in the Hague.
Ahila from Perspectives Quilt took us to the Hawaiian Island of Oahu and showed us there is so much more to explore than world famous Waikiki Beach. I appreciated her focus on the island’s conservation practices in the nature preserves. We’d all love to see sea turtles in the wild right?
FARAWAY FILES TRAVEL BLOG COMMUNITY LINKUP #43
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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.
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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.
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