Welcome to the fifteenth post in the Arm Chair Travel series. The Arm Chair Travel series is where I share with you, my favourite travel blog posts I have recently read. As Toddlers on Tour is now a co-host of #TheWeeklyPostcard (learn more about that HERE) I thought the Arm Chair Travel series would be a great way for me to introduce you to some enjoyable travel posts I found during the previous weeks link up.
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Grab a cuppa (or wine 😉 ), sit back in your arm-chair, and join me as I show you what I discovered in the world of travel on #TheWeeklyPostcard.
Again last week on #TheWeeklyPostcard there was a huge range of diverse travel destination inspirations from the Mammoth Lakes in the USA, to seeing mosques in Oman, then chasing waterfalls in Iceland and discovering the vineyards in South Africa. The Weekly Postcard link up really does offer something for everyone plus some handy bits of travel advice like:
Where to find some travel inspiration for your next holiday – of course, there is #TheWeeklyPostcard but Hilary Style offers a few more alternate ways to find your wanderlust.
Once you’ve found you travel destination you’ll need to start planning. Trip Wellness shares her love of the travel planning process gets her happy with reading travel books.
Then The Blizzard of Oz‘s post on using travel websites to find cheap flights will help you to get there.
Perhaps reading all those travel guides and seeing all those destination inspirations has made you question taking a cruise instead of flying. First Read provides some insight and knocks down those myths that may be stopping you from cruising.
Once you’ve returned from your holiday travels do you wonder what to do with all those travel photos? Independent Travel Cats have some home decorating ideas to use with those photos and old maps.