Arm Chair Travel #27

Nature – it’s extraordinary, beautiful, magical and no one built it, it is just there for us all to enjoy.  Last week (6 October 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard travel bloggers were sharing their love of nature and all its stunning glory.

But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about.

#TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all their travel posts.  You will find travel blog posts offering travel tips, packing lists, accommodation reviews, yummy places to eat and destination inspiration.

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.  The Arm Chair Travel series is where I share with you, my favourite travel blog posts I have recently read.

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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.

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To get us started nothing could be more stunning than Hilary Style photography of Antelope Canyon.

Chasing the Light in Upper Antelope Canyon

The Voyager explores more of natures canyons at Zion National Park.

Visit Breathtaking Zion National Park

Mountains and canyons always make gorgeous scenery and it becomes even more dramatic if you add some water pounding against the hilly rocks.  Eff It I’m on Holiday explores the beauty of Sao Miguel.

Sao Miguel, the Island You Never Knew

But what about if those mountains are covered in snow.  Pretty fluffy white peaks reaching up to the sky – impressive.  Travel Barbie shares how breathtaking they look in central Europe.


If you take the mountain out of that equation then you’ve got big blocks of ice.  Dotted Line Travel educates us about icebergs and those found off Newfoundland.  They’re pretty incredible as well.

Spotting Icebergs in Newfoundland


I wonder what we’ll see on this weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard?

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About Sally-Ann Brown

I am Sally-Ann the author of Toddlers on Tour. I am a wife and mother who has always had a passion for travel. I love sharing my experiences and lessons learned to help you have a better family holiday or day trip. Read "All About Me" under the "Home" tab to discover my story and what lead me to here.