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

Fountain in Messina, Italy (photo by Tui Snider)
Fountain in Messina, Italy (photo by Tui Snider)

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 in France, Italy and Spain one experiences a distinct difference both in attitude and culture at the Open Air Market in Granada, Nicaragua”

    Zhu presents Signs in South-East Asia posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying,

    “I love tak­ing pic­tures of signs because they tell so much about a coun­try. For instance, Canada’s bilin­gual “stop-arrêt” sign is unique, and so are the many weather-related warn­ings, “ice falling” being my favourite. Dur­ing our trip to Sin­ga­pore, Malaysia and Thai­land, I col­lected var­i­ous signs. Here are the best ones!”

    Pamela Jorrick presents Lassen posted at Blah, Blah, Blog, saying,

    “One of my favorite things about homeschooling is planning trips to go along with things we’re learning about. So, when I recently picked up a volcano themed science kit, I decided it would be fun to take a field trip up to Lassen Volcanic National Park to go along with it. “

    Teresa Kakilis presents a series of photos entitled London a-calling posted at Nothing Finer Than saying,

    “I went over to the other side of the pond… and did I have a bloody good time! (Warning: billions of photos coming.)”

    Michael Turtle presents The art of the oppressed posted at Time Travel Turtle, saying,

    “…in Argentina, graffiti is everywhere and has been embraced by the community. It has been taken to a level above petty vandalism.”

    Kat presents Ten things I love about Bantayan posted at The Unstressed, saying,

    “Bantayan is such a beauty. I get mesmerized by looking at photos which consequently brings me to dream land and I start reminiscing [about] the 3 days I spent there without writing them down.”

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  1. Joy Joy

    Thanks for your post. I really love reading it. Nice blog.

    • Tui Snider Tui Snider

      Thank you, Joy! Hope to see you here again sometime. :D

  2. This is such a good way of showcasing other similar themed blogs. Great Idea.

    • mentalmosaic mentalmosaic

      Chasing Joy,

      Check out the blog carnival site. You could create a really wonderful blog carnival of your own! :)


  3. Can’t wait to read everyone else’s posts. Thanks for putting together such a great list – as usual! :)

    • mentalmosaic mentalmosaic

      Thanks, Michael!

      I always enjoy the blog posts you contribute to the Traveler’s Show & Tell blog carnival – keep ’em coming! :)


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