5 Travel Reads of The Month

It’s about time, you say? Yup, my last “5 travel reads of the month” post was this one back in april, so you’re absolutely right. Now, here are 5 travel-related articles that I’ve come across over the past month, and wanted to share with you guys – enjoy! 1. As a nervous flyer, I love stumbling upon tips from pilots. In this article from The Telegraph I found some pretty cool (and...

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@mattstravelblog: bright colors, seaside, beaches. // @parisinfourmonths: paris, fashion, travels. // @rodtrvn: nature, adventure, roadtrip. // @1924us: dark colors, wanderlust, coffee. // @zeekyan: breathtaking nature, roadtrip, wanderlust. Since people keep asking what music I play on my stories, I've created a spring playlist to share with you guys. Check out "spring time" playlist on my Spotify account. (erodtrevino). A post shared by Rodrigo Trevino (@rodtrvn) on Apr 12, 2017 at 8:07pm PDT  

5 Travel Reads of The Month

1. Finally! Specialty coffee has arrived in Midtown Manhattan after being more of a downtown thing for a couple of years. (I visited the Blue Bottle Rockefeller location while in New York in March – read my guide to specialty coffeeshops in New York here) 2. 15 reasons to visit the Greek islands now – Not that you need them, ‘cause everyone knows the magic of the Greek islands. Greece...

5 Travel Reads of The Month

Yet another post of inspiring/useful travel reads, I’ve come across this past month or so. I’ve had more than a few flight delays over the past couple of months, so this New York Times mindfulness practise sure came in handy. This is pretty awesome: an app to tell you when to leave for the airport. Read about it here. I struggle with motion sickness, which is one of the reasons I’m such...

5 Travel Reads of the Month

It’s time for another post with online travel reads. And I’ve come across a few this past week. So! Without further ado, here goes: 1. The Icelandic full-time traveller and owner of the airline “WOW air”, Skúli Mogensen, talks to the New York Times about his travel habits. Read it here. 2. Brygg magazine about the norwegian version of “hygge” – Koselig. “Even though it is difficult to accurately define what koselig...
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