There are so many different aspects of exploring the world through travel. You can learn about history, see ancient wonders of the world, discover local customs or culture and see exciting wildlife. Sometimes just finding the wildlife is an adventure in itself. And that’s what some of last weeks (4 November 2017) #TheWeeklyPostcard travel bloggers did.
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.
Trails of Travel begins with explaining that while many of us wish to explore nature and see the natural wildlife in all its beauty without the masses, the simple fact is you often need a tour guide to get you about safely.
E&T Abroad shows how a tour in Peru can introduce you to some scary wildlife creatures. Personally, I wouldn’t have wanted to go fishing for the piranhas having seen them demolish a whole chicken in seconds at the Bali Safari Park.
If you’re after a little bit more cut and cuddly you can’t go past seeing the Penguins – I mean there’s a reason they made the movie Happy Feet. Penguins are just so adorable. Albom Adventure shows how at the Royal Albatross Centre in New Zealand you can see them in the wild on mass.
Then sometimes when you travel you expect to see lots of exciting wildlife and, well you just don’t. Mich Wanderlust shares 10 things to expect when travelling through the Amazon and seeing lots of monkeys is not one of them.
I wonder what we’ll find in this weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard?