- Fascinating Travel Sites
While browsing sites looking for information on Peru to share with you, Lin and I can't help perusing the pages some of the fascinating side
subjects in the websites that we run across.
These sites have been reviewed personally by us at Inside-Peru for excellent content.
Now we have decided to compile some of the fascinating sites we have
The list of these websites is growing and will include
foreign cultures, native peoples, rare plants, exotic animals, the
mysteries of language, and other aspects of a traveler's experience,
not just the travel itself.
Being that you are reading this now, there is something that definitely
caught your eye!
Take a few moments, relax, and browse through these
We know you'll enjoy getting an education the pleasant way!
Disfrute! (Spanish -
Guadua bamboo poles, furniture and plants from Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Karolina and Patryk are your typical Polish couple. Or are they?
In part, here is how they describe themselves on their entertaining travel blog site:
"We were always dreaming about traveling. And we are doing this since 2013!
"You may wonder- how did we get the money to travel? No, we don’t have wealthy parents. We were born in average Polish families."
So how do they do it? On their entertaining site, they tell of their
experiences in many different luxury locations in various parts of the
world. There are LOTS of photos and even videos of places you might want
to visit - and information on how to make the money to afford it.
Patryk and Karolina
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Vagabonding is about taking time off from your normal life—from
six weeks to four months to two years—to discover and experience the
world on your own terms.
Veteran shoestring traveler Rolf Potts shows
how anyone armed with an independent spirit can achieve the dream of
extended overseas travel.
A primer for those with a case of pent-up wanderlust seeking to
live the dream.”—USA Today
Marco Polo Didn’t Go There is a collection of rollicking travel tales from a young writer USA Today
has called “Jack Kerouac for the Internet Age.” Rolf Potts has taken his keen postmodern travel sensibility into the
far fringes of five continents for such prestigious publications as National Geographic Traveler, Salon.com, and The New York Times Magazine.
"This hilarious collection of stories provokes because Potts asks the
serious question of how to travel in a discovered world. ...If you aspire
to be a travel writer, read this book."
—The Guardian (U.K.) >> more