Check out the March 3, 2012 edition of Traveler’s Show and Tell to learn:
- … what most travelers miss when they visit the Great Wall of China.
- … travel tips for solo female travelers.
- … exciting itineraries for train travel in India.
- … and more!
This Week’s Travelers
“Valladolid is a city stuck between tradition and modernity, a noble and proud place with a rich history. Sun-drenched colourful walls, women wearing the traditional Yucatán dress, a zócalo center to the life of the people… in many aspects, Valladolid is your traditional Mexican city.”
“If you’re a solo female traveler considering a road trip you will have different considerations than if you were with a male or in a group. Yes, this may sound sexist but it’s true, particularly if you are going off the beaten path and being a bit of an adventurer. In addition to basic street smarts and hopefully some self-defense classes under your belt you should also make sure to include and do the following…”
“Here i will show you the pictures few people have seen. Few people have visited The REAL Great Wall of China. Even a German girl I met in Beijing who had been living in Beijing for about 10 years and had been to Mutianyu several times was surprised to see the pictures I had taken.”
“India is vast and diverse, no better way to see her than using the state run Indian Railways. This post lists the best train journeys in India”
“Celebrate being a woman at these 7 great shopping and travel destinations where you are sure to find your hearts desire.”
“One country that I have been learning a lot about lately is the Czech Republic and the more I learn about this country in Central Europe, the more I want to go there! Why would I like to go there? There are so many reasons, I don’t know where to begin!”
“With travel fever on the brain, I’ve been meandering back through some of my memorable moments while traveling: China, Bolivia and Egypt.”
That’s it for this week’s blog carnival, Traveler’s Show & Tell.
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