July was one of the best months for comments both in terms of quantity and quality. These are just some of the best comments of the month. Feel free to jump in and keep the conversations going.
- How to Drink Raki Like a Turk: “You forgot to mention that you’ll be eating and drinking until 6:00 am, but won’t even feel tired because it’s so fun there!” – Mary R
- 3 Ways to Celebrate The 4th of July Outside of the US: “As a Norwegian, I do it my way: I married an American and had her come to Norway. So now we mix our culture and traditions.” – RennyBA
- An Amateur’s Guide to Location Independence Part 1: “I find that Paint and Artweaver (I haven’t used GIMP) don’t have the flexibility and usability of Photoshop. I don’t have full Photoshop because I didn’t want to shell out $600 and I don’t really need all of the Photoshop tools. Instead, we use Photoshop Elements which I think is a really good deal at $140.” – Akila
- An Amateur’s Guide to Location Independence Part 3: “TrueCrypt is a good shout. I use it for a hidden encrypted volume on my hard disk for scans of my passport, driving license, credit card etc in case I lose them and also on a USB drive which I use for backups.” – Dan
- 5 Free and Useful iPhone Apps for Travelers: “I also recommend an app called Duo which will let you update your Twitter and Facebook Status at the same time. We have people following us in different ways and they can all be in touch and up to date.” – Scott
- UFO Sightseeing Hotspots: “I’m no UFO fanatic, but I would like to visit Roswell. Seeing it would give me a story or two to tell. I’m sure after a few pints I could embellish the tale with gusto.” – Stevo
- Are You Concerned About the Environmental Impact of Travel?: “I think it’s important to travel with knowledge of our ecological impact in mind. This way, we can minimize our impact, and yet understand that there IS a negative impact to what we do. What we need to do is make that negative impact count, and not wantonly spend it away as if it didn’t matter.” – The Backpack Foodie
- Making Imaginary Posts for Your Travel Blog Work: “I do a post like that quite frequently. I call it ‘Dreaming of’. It likes a trip planning like you said. It gives me something to look forward too. And sometimes when I see a great post about a destination, I can’t help but start researching about the location.” – Amy @ The Q Family
Some Other Great Conversations
- John Bardos on Overcoming 7 Major Obstacles To Traveling The World – #2: You Think It’s Too Expensive. A very good conversation on that post.
- Fran‘s thoughts on the definition of a successful travel blog.
- Jen Laceda, you can see the Perseids in August!
- Marina Villatoro‘s looking forward to The Cheesiest Travel Photo Contest.
As you can see it’s been a busy month with so many more comments I could have listed here. Thanks to all of you who comment, I appreciate every one!
[photo by: Dr John2005]
Glad you liked my answer and thanks for the Link Love 🙂
Anytime Renny, appreciate the great comments!
Good to see the Duo app worked well!
Thanks for the recommendation 🙂
I am honored to be featured here. Thank you for the kudos. 🙂
Thank you for the comments! Great to have discovered your blog recently 🙂 Have I mentioned, love the logo?? 😉
Haha, I believe you have, but I love hearing it. 🙂 It’s a real pleasure reading you!
Thanks for the mention! Keep up the successful blog 😉
Anytime Fran, thanks for great comments 🙂