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I’m going to Iceland. I love going to new places, and making memories with my family.
Where is your next interesting journey? 6 months ago
Thank you. I figured the smaller dogs are easy to travel with mines are larger.
Hi, I never written a story about my family using the book. I just remember how difficult it was for them to take a simple trip.
Hello, one of my favorite travel books is The Negro Motorist Greenbook. This when it came out was a guide I remember my family talking about using as a guide for African American road trippers. I believe the author is Victor Green.
Thanks and I believe that is an area that many need help in since our fur babies don’t always need to stay home while we vacation or we can’t take them with us to a new country that we move too safely.
My name is Jeff and I've been a member of Travel Massive for several years. I recently published my first article for Brainz Magazine about heritage travel at https://www.brainzmagazine.com/post/the-benefits-of-heritage-travel There are different travel niches; including gastro tourism (foodies), regional travel (particular countries, states, counties, etc.), solo female travel, adventure travel, cruising, etc. I like to focus on heritage travel because it fits my interests as someone who loves history and who tries to understand people that I meet during my travels, and the places that those same people come from. The best way to understand a destination is to give yourself a history lesson, as understanding the past will help you to understand the present and even predict the future. It’s our lack of understanding of people and places that causes people to be afraid of others, for people don’t like what they don’t understand because it creates a fear of the unknown. Every tra...
Over the past year, the global travel industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with widespread travel restrictions and a decrease in consumer demand leading to a significant drop in tourism. This has also had a major impact on the world of travel blogging, with many bloggers finding it difficult to continue their travels and document their experiences for their followers. Before the pandemic, travel blogging was a popular and lucrative activity for many people. Bloggers would travel to different destinations, document their experiences through writing, photography, and video, and share their content on social media and their own websites. Some bloggers even turned their passion for travel into a full-time career, working with travel brands and creating sponsored content. However, with the onset of the pandemic and the resulting travel restrictions, many bloggers found themselves unable to continue their travels as they had before. Many were forced to cancel their plans...