Monday, February 04, 2008

Travel Blog of the Week...intelligent travel.



I’d have to say that National Geographic Traveler magazine is my favorite travel magazine. As soon as it arrives in my mailbox I know that the next couple of hours will be lost as I immerse myself in the words and the pictures. So it’s no surprise that the National Geographic Traveler blog intelligent travel would also attract my attention.

It has all the ingredients of a great travel blog . Easy to read and visually stimulating, the intelligent travel blog is, in a word, addictive.

With posts such as Cinematic Road Trip: Arizona, Library Ghouls, and World Cities Vie for Monopoly's Boardwalk to read, I end up spending way to much time visiting this blog.

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6 comments:

Lola said...

Yes! They're one of my favorite blogs as well. I plugged them in a recent article - http://thetravelersnotebook.com/photography-q-and-a/how-to-promote-your-travel-photography-online/

Marilyn Terrell said...

Thanks for the link love, Kiwiwriter and Lola! Awfully nice of you to say. We have fun working on our blog and we're glad you like it.

Danielle Marconi said...

I love the Traveler too.

KIWIWRITER said...

hi Lola and Danielle, intelligent travel is great isn't it...did you read today's post on International Pancake Day - who knew such a day even existed...


Hey Marilyn, thanks to stopping by and leaving a comment...look forward to seeing more great posts over at intelligent travel.

cheers,

liz

Marilyn Terrell said...

Thanks, Liz. I enjoyed your story on Te Aroha. Nice to know there are still some cabins there where you can go for a soak. Funny how the mineral spa fad came and went, and is coming back again. You might like our recent roundup of spas, which includes the thermal springs at Polynesian Spa in Rotorua:
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/traveler/extras/wellnessdestinations0803/wellness.html

KIWIWRITER said...

Marilyn, thanks for your nice comment. Te Aroha was the very first article I wrote, first article I ever submitted, and the first article I had accepted...so am very proud of it...

I should have followed my dream then and tried writing for a living but life got in the way...
still it's never to late to chase a dream and the internet is making it so much easier to write.

Thanks for letting me know about the spa round up

cheers from new zealand,
liz

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