Here’s a dandy project spun out of the ingenious mind of Katie from Tripbase Travel Blog, an effort to unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavour to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again.
The rules are simple and participation in My 7 Links project all starts with being nominated. With a gracious nomination from my fellow traveller Cherszy, here’s a look at Travel and Beyond’s 7 Links:
1. My Most Beautiful Post:
Featuring a place where time stands still. A place where imagination and wonderment come alive, this post was a crowd puller.
2. My Most Popular Post:
Most people are always curious about what Christmas is like in Asia and Singapore does it big and does it well.
3. My Most Controversial Post:
The post didn’t cause a stir of any sort but the manner the temple is portrayed through greedy guides is somewhat of a controversy.
4. My Most Helpful Post:
This post is all about the ability to easily explore The Big Apple while staying across the river.
5. A Post Whose Success Surprised Me:
Who knew crazy looking birds with a sole mission to destroy pigs in their flimsy lair could attract the airline and tourism industry!
6. A Post that didn’t get the Attention it Deserved:
Though poorly managed and somewhat ignored, this ancient fort in Hyderabad, India with its story of the Kings of old is simply magnificent.
7. The Post I am Most Proud of:
Despite my many reservations on ignoring the law of gravity and leaping into the world’s largest wind tunnel – I can’t help but be tremendously glad that I took the plunge!
With all that said and done, here’s five travel peeps I would like to nominate for the project:
Shane of The Working Traveller
Raf Kiss of Brazil Road Trips
Cole and Adela of Four Jandals
Neal of Travelling Content
Anabela of Jet-lagged Journeys
So here it is folks, hope you enjoyed revisiting these travel posts as much as I did!