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Traveler’s Show & Tell: It’s a Big One!

  Welcome to the July 2013 edition of traveler’s show and tell. As you can see, this edition of the Traveler’s Show & Tell is a big one. Some of the bloggers have included their Twitter names, so you can look them up there as well as leave comments on their posts. I hope you enjoy this armchair world tour! Zhu presents London’s Parliament Square posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “Par­lia­ment Hill is one of my favourite land­marks in Ottawa : it’s a scenic place with great views on the Ottawa River, and there is always some­thing going…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Honing Your Travel Mindset

Welcome to the October 5, 2012 Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival.   While this edition of the Traveler’s Show & Tell blog carnival includes sightseeing tips, photos and foods of the world, several submissions I received were on the theme of honing your travel mindset and making realistic travel goals so that you can get out the door and make your travel goals happen. For instance: Byteful Travel helps us cut through our mental clutter and clarify our travel goals. Rob explains how he quit his job to travel the world. Jeremy Biberdorf offers money management tips for travelers.…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Palm Trees, Ghosts & a Micro Nation for Book Lovers

Welcome to the September 8, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell. This Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival features travel bloggers from all corners of the globe. Read on to find out:   … how to pack like Chuck Norris. … is St. Augustine, Florida truly full of ghosts? … what to expect at a Tarantella show in southern Italy. … where to visit a “micro nation” dedicated to books. … and much, much more!   Palm Tree iPhone Photos I hope you enjoy this collection of palm tree photos in the Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival. They…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Dracula, Hogwarts & Cozumel

Welcome to the July 30th, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell. This edition of the Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival is another big one, featuring travel-related posts and photo essays from a whopping 24 travel bloggers. I hope you enjoy this vicarious trip around the world. This Week’s Travelers   Violeta Matei presents Searching for Dracula: Bucharest to Bran and Return posted at Violeta Matei, saying, “If you come to Romania to search for Dracula, you might find awesome mountain landscapes, old fortresses, ostrich farms and reasons to visit again.” Tui Snider presents Historic Petrified Wood Gas Station…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Earthly Alien Landscapes & Great San Diego Eats

Welcome to the May 28, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell. This week’s Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival features thirteen travel bloggers from all corners of the globe. Read on to discover:   … where to experience alien landscapes – on earth. … budget friendly ideas for a day in Seattle … why New Year’s in Sydney, Australia is such a memorable experience. … and much, much more!   This Week’s Travelers Tui Snider presents Are you going to Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, Texas? posted right here at Mental Mosaic: Even Home is a Travel Destination, saying,…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Letterboxing, Hollywood & the Taj Mahal

Welcome to the April 30, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell. This week’s Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival features thirteen travel bloggers from all corners of the globe. Read on to discover:   … where to find the unofficial patron saint of travelers. … what it’s like to stay at a “party hostel.” … what letter-boxing is and how you can try it when traveling. … and much, much more! This Week’s Travelers Tui Snider presents Texas Photo Essay: Butterflies at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden posted right here at Mental Mosaic: Even Home is a Travel Destination,…

Photo Essays Galore: From Redwoods to Blood Rituals (plus Top Travel Photography Tips)

Welcome to the February 18, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell. It’s photo essays galore on this week’s Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival. Cruise through the links below for fascinating tales and fabulous photos on an array of travel topics, including: … a shamanistic ritual in Kazakhstan involving goat’s blood. … a life-changing trip to Muir Woods National Park. … travel photo tips from a professional photo tour guide. …which country hosts the largest New Year’s street party. … and much, much more! This Week’s Travelers Tui Snider (yup, it’s me!) presents a photo essay entitled Venice Italy’s…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Which parts of Mexico are Safest for Tourists

Welcome to the February 4, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell. This week’s Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival features ten travelers from all across the blogosphere. Read on to find out: … which parts of Mexico are safest for tourists. … why a card deck makes a great souvenir from Naples, Italy. …why it’s still worthwhile to toss coins into Rome’s Trevi Fountain. … and much, much more! This Week’s Travelers Tui Snider (Yup, that’s me!) presents It’s Different in Naples, Italy – The Neapolitan Playing Card Deck posted right here at Mental Mosaic: Even Home is a…

What is the Traveler’s Show and Tell blog carnival?

The Traveler’s Show & Tell blog carnival is a roundup of interesting travel-themed articles and photo essays from all over the web that I host right here on Mental Mosaic: Even Home is a Travel Deestination every other Saturday. It’s a fun way to enjoy armchair traveling, while finding interesting blogs to follow. Plus, if you’re a blogger, participating in my carnival helps drive new readers to your blog, while giving your site a healthy inbound link. To view past issues, simply click on the “Traveler’s Show & Tell” link at the top of this page.

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Volcanoes, Jazz and Romance on the Road

Welcome to the December 10, 2011 edition of Traveler’s Show & Tell This week’s Traveler’s Show & Tell blog carnival features seven bloggers whose posts take us all over the world: Andarin shows us one of San Francisco’s best kept secrets in a photo essay. Michael Turtle takes us to a biblical amusement park in South America. Bastiann Reinink shares a romantic travel tale in which he becomes, “the perfect boyfriend for a day.” Chad Claeyssen relives the Mount Saint Helens explosion in the Pacific Northwest. Johnny Snelgrove riffs on the state of jazz in Africa. Abram shares photos and…

Traveler’s Show & Tell: Artsy Graffitti & Open Air Markets

Welcome to the December 10, 2011 edition of Traveler’s Show & Tell This week’s Traveler’s Show & Tell blog carnival is chock full of interesting travelogues and lots of pretty pictures from bloggers all over the world. Read on for: …tips for traveling with children during the holidays . …how Argentina elevates graffitti to an art form. …photos of interesting street signs from around the world. …the best cities to visit for a Christmas holiday in the UK. …and more! Christine presents Open Market in Granada, Nicaragua posted at Me, My Kid and Life, saying, “Having been to open markets…

Traveler’s Show & Tell – Sun, Sand & Savory Dishes

Judging from the tremendous amount of submissions I received for this week’s blog carnival, I’m not the only one who was off exploring the world recently! Read on to learn about: a fascinating hostel dedicated to the music of Gram Parsons, where to eat and what to order in Singapore, why Venice, Italy reminded me of playing with model trains, cooking classes in Italy, and much more!