Last month there seemed to be more than the usual amount of critical chatter about the fast emerging travel blogging profession. One of the topics that seems to be an obsession for a very vocal few, is the question of whether travel bloggers accepting some freebie somehow corrupts the integrity of their writing. Let me put the counter argument.
Travel blogs are a far more honest and trustworthy source of information than 97.62% of what you read in print magazines Continue Reading
Where do Americans go when they leave the country, and what do they do?
A beautiful infographic has been released by TripLingo showcasing the most frequently travelled-to destinations as well as average expenditure, income, occupation and times of year chosen to travel. The graphic offers some useful insights into the habits of US-based travellers. It would be even more interesting, however, if the data was segmented further. Where do business travellers go vs backpackers? What times of year do they travel? Continue Reading