BootsnAll Travel Blogs & WhyGo Guides

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BootsnAll Travel Blogs are a great way to stay in touch with friends and family while you're on the road. Below you'll find all the recent posts from BootsnAll indie travelers as well as WhyGo destination travel guides.

Most recent 50 posts

Expats Take Care

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 2 days 11 hours 46 minutes ago

Heli Skiing Bobbie Burns Canada

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 22 days 16 hours 4 minutes ago

Spring in the city - 2014 edition

posted on A Travel Writer's Travel Blog - 25 days 20 hours 33 minutes ago

Song of the Month: March

posted on The Halftime Report - 26 days 13 hours 32 minutes ago

New courses for 2014

posted on Travels with my Angst - 33 days 16 hours 2 minutes ago

Surabaya's Nightlife

posted on Travels with my Angst - 34 days 11 hours 20 minutes ago

Song of the Month: February

posted on The Halftime Report - 39 days 16 hours 15 minutes ago

Married

posted on The Wanderings of busman7 - 45 days 12 hours 1 minute ago

Pub Quiz and a chance to help the victims of Kelud

posted on Travels with my Angst - 45 days 22 hours 18 minutes ago

In Oaxaca...Finally!

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 46 days 8 hours 12 minutes ago

OMG...70 Hours From BKK To PDX

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 49 days 22 hours 28 minutes ago

Wedding Bells – Campana de Boda

posted on The Wanderings of busman7 - 60 days 16 hours 37 minutes ago

Winter Vacation and Cambodia trip

posted on David's Big Adventure in China - 61 days 21 hours 44 minutes ago

InterNations Surabaya Valentine's Day Event

posted on Travels with my Angst - 67 days 16 hours 7 minutes ago

Hanging In Bangkok

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 77 days 16 hours 11 minutes ago

Meanwhile In Merca

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 77 days 16 hours 44 minutes ago

Back To Bangkok

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 78 days 5 hours 28 minutes ago

Bang Rak Beach Ko Samui

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 80 days 19 hours 7 minutes ago

Ao Nang Beach Krabi

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 80 days 19 hours 14 minutes ago

Lamai Beach Koh Samui

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 83 days 19 hours 16 minutes ago

Back To Chiang Mai

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 93 days 20 hours 24 minutes ago

Eat. Pray? Love?

posted on The Halftime Report - 94 days 15 hours 19 minutes ago

The Next Adventure

posted on Just strolling around... - 101 days 8 hours 7 minutes ago

Feast Fest In Hong Kong

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 103 days 6 hours 56 minutes ago

Hong Kong 2014

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 109 days 4 hours 48 minutes ago

Samui-Chiang Mai-Pai

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 115 days 48 minutes ago

Finally!!!

posted on The Wanderings of busman7 - 118 days 10 hours 1 minute ago

Christmas 2013

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 119 days 23 hours 47 minutes ago

Impressions...Thai Politics

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 123 days 6 minutes ago

Off The Tourist Grid In Bangkok

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 123 days 19 hours 10 minutes ago

Singapore to China on a Honda CBR 250

posted on AWOL Geordie - Steve's global adventure - 135 days 17 hours 50 minutes ago

Chiang Mai motorbike trips

posted on AWOL Geordie - Steve's global adventure - 136 days 3 hours 38 minutes ago

King's Birthday

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 136 days 18 hours 22 minutes ago

Teaching in Thailand

posted on AWOL Geordie - Steve's global adventure - 138 days 19 hours 28 minutes ago

Better Than Coal

posted on The Halftime Report - 143 days 15 hours 44 minutes ago

On Top of the World

posted on The Halftime Report - 150 days 16 hours 18 minutes ago

Police Fear Violence

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 150 days 23 hours 58 minutes ago

Oregon Thailand Hong Kong 2013-14

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 151 days 4 hours 51 minutes ago

A bit of Italy

posted on A Travel Writer's Travel Blog - 151 days 11 hours 25 minutes ago

Endless Summer

posted on The Halftime Report - 157 days 21 hours 28 minutes ago

Mexico Stuff NZ in World Cup Qualifier

posted on Hydro's Blog - 161 days 5 hours 36 minutes ago

Fall semester

posted on David's Big Adventure in China - 169 days 22 hours 19 minutes ago

Bierchen?

posted on Further Wanderings - 182 days 13 hours 53 minutes ago

walk-for-water takes a walk

posted on Pilgrims' Progress - 196 days 5 hours 35 minutes ago

Saxing it Up in Saxony

posted on Further Wanderings - 196 days 18 hours 4 minutes ago

'Dam Good Cheese!

posted on The Halftime Report - 199 days 11 hours 11 minutes ago

How about a hunger strike?

posted on Pilgrims' Progress - 200 days 11 hours 59 minutes ago

Welcome Back

posted on Further Wanderings - 204 days 16 hours 42 minutes ago

Mr. CANNOT and Mrs. NOHAVE

posted on The Heart Of The Day - 205 days 14 hours 44 minutes ago

Why not just walk in NZ?

posted on Pilgrims' Progress - 207 days 11 hours 59 minutes ago

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Blending Shopping and Architecture in Beaugrenelle
By: aseper
Beaugrenelle 's unique architecture, wide variety of brands, premium services, digital customer experience, make it tomorrow's most exceptional department store.
Beaugrenelle, located in the XV district of Paris, is a lovely mix between the best features of a shopping center and the spirit of a department store.
Its original architecture, which was [...]
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Restoration of Beaugrenelle
By: aseper
When a neighborhood in a city gets restored, it brings a new energy and freshness to that neighborhood.
Restoring a neighborhood in one of the most famous cities in the world, Paris, brings yet another highlight to an already amazing city.
Beaugrenelle is a district in Paris located on the Front-de-Seine.
Beaugrenelle [...]
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The New Must-See in Paris
By: aseper
If you're heading to Paris in the next couple months, you may want to set some time aside to visit Beaugrenelle, a recently renovated area perfect for those who love shopping.
And what better city to shop than Paris?
From fashion to beauty to interior design to leisure to fine food, [...]
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Book Review: Corfu- A Notebook by Richard Clark
By: Cristina
When I received the copy of Corfu – A Notebook I was, again, intrigued, as I’ve also read Crete- A Notebook, Rhodes – A Notebook and The Greek Islands – A Notebook.
In true Richard Clark style, Corfu - A Notebook is not a travel guide but a lovely [...]
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Book Review: The Taint of Midas (The Greek Detective #2) by Anne Zouroudi
By: Cristina
It’s the second book by Anne Zourodi that I have the pleasure of reading. I started the book on the last day of 2013 and barely made myself put it down. I finished it on Jan 2. It felt amazing to read a hard copy. Not to mention, the story [...]
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Winter Itinerary in Greece
By: Cristina
Winter in Greece can offer anything from mild , sunny days on the islands to snowy, cold days on the mainland. The best part about visiting Greece during winter is the possibility to experience the country as it’s not seen by the tourists who only come here during summer. [...]
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Book Review: The Messenger of Athens (The Greek Detective #1) by Anne Zouroudi
By: Cristina
I must admit I have not heard of Anne Zouroudi until she asked me whether I was interested in reading a book she wrote. A book set in Greece. But of course, I was. And not knowing what she wrote about and not having read any reviews either, made it [...]
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Book Review: The Greek Islands – A Notebook by Richard Clark
By: Cristina
Having already read Crete- A Notebook (January this year) and Rhodes-A Notebook (in June this year) I was slightly afraid I’d re-reading some stuff all over again. But I was wrong; while the books on Crete and Rhodes do contain some stories which are also in the Greek [...]
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Best Hotels in Thessaloniki for under €100
By: Cristina
Thessaloniki is a vibrant city, with an atmosphere totally different than the capital. With only one hostel in the city, many travelers struggle to find the best options for a cheap and clean place to stay. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the best hotels [...]
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Great Hotels in Athens for under €100
By: Cristina
When I wrote the article back in November 2008, the exchange rate was going up and the down and the prices were significantly higher than now. Updating the article in 2011 made me realize how much the market has changed. While the title still stays the same , out of [...]
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Hotels near Athens Airport
By: Cristina
Usually when we plan to visit a city we look for accommodation close to the main sights, the restaurants, the heart of everything. But when you stay in Athens for a day or two before you catch a ferry to an island, it’s not always worth it to [...]
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Budget hotels near Piraeus
By: Cristina
The Port of Piraeus (Pireas*) is the main gateway to the Greek Islands. Depending on your plans and when the ferries depart, you might need to stay for a night or two in one of the budget hotels near the port.
There are a lot of hotels located within 10 [...]
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Book Review: Rhodes- A Notebook by Richard Clark
By: Cristina
When I received the copy of Rhodes – A Notebook I was, again, intrigued, as I’ve also read Crete- A Notebook (early this year). Just like the book about Crete, Rhodes- A notebook certainly is not a travel guide. But will entice you to travel…
Written by Richard Clark, [...]
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10 Great Places to See in Australia's Outback (Besides Uluru)
By: Jessica
Think of the Australian Outback, and it's likely to be one image that comes to mind first - Uluru. There's good reason for this, of course, as the great red rock is an iconic image of not just the Outback but of Australia itself. As you might expect, however, there's [...]
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Top 5 Attractions on the Gold Coast
By: Jessica
South of Brisbane lies the spectacular Gold Coast, 70 kilometres of coastline that blends sophisticated urban charms with some of the most beautiful natural settings in the world. While there are many state-of-the-art theme parks and amusements throughout the region, the knockout attractions are provided by nature with these 5 [...]

 
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About Travel Blogs

What is a travel blog?
A travel blog is a website that you can update from any cybercafe in the world. You can add your stories and digital photos whenever you want. Send the travel blog address (URL) to family and friends, who will be able to see how you are and what you're doing, and even leave their own messages and thoughts about what you've written.

Why should I get one?
Maybe the better question is, why wouldn't you get one? Travel blogs are a great way to keep in touch with your friends and family, without having to remember a million e-mail addresses. There's no awkward, "Hey everyone" to start off a mass e-mail, and you don't have to spam the ones who don't want to hear from you every week. Travelblogs are particularly great for RTW travelers. Just keep your site updated and your mother can sleep well at night, knowing you are safe this week, laying out on the white beaches of some tiny island off the Thai coast.