Stories about Travel from July, 2013
A traveling blogger and communications specialist in the tourism industry, Tricia A. Mitchell, tells of her curious find in Macedonia's UNESCO registered Ohrid old town.
Japan's largest railway company has decided to sell non-identifying data on its commuters to third-party companies. Though technically legal, some see the move as an invasion of privacy.
According to the head of a Pakistani mountaineering club, the search for three missing Iranian climbers has been called off, as of Sunday July 21, 2013. The mountain climbers sent a call for help on Thursday July 18, on their way down from Broad Peak after successfully reaching the 8,051-meter (26,414-foot) summit....
A retired army major trekked more than 750 km to raise funds for cancer patients.
Uditha Wijesena informs that Dambulla cave temple is the best preserved cave temple in Sri Lanka.
Are some of Russia's human right defenders guilty of letting the Kremlin score a few PR points?
Tropical Storm Chantal has caused the temporary closure of some regional airports and the cancellation of flights. The Bajan Reporter has the latest.
Once you have the right perspective, you can travel anywhere … some places you might have to wait longer to visit, but you will eventually get there. Travel blogger Rishi Sankar offers advice on how to “structure your mind to enable a life of travel”.
Bloggers Edu (@ProyectosEdu) [es], Isa (@nscap) [es] and Mafi (@MafiViajera) [es] launched [es] a new travel blog called LatinAmericando [es], “a nomadic lifestyle open to whatever surprises us on the way.” You can follow the blog on Twitter [es] and Facebook [es].