Where in the World? Extreme Child Line Discipline

Welcome to the weekly Where in the World? Travel Photo Contest! We have a great list of travel photos and bloggers lined up to challenge your world travel knowledge each and every Friday. If you’re new or never bothered to actually read what I write, each week I post a beautiful picture (at least I think so) either from a featured travel blogger guest (see below for details on how to guest post) or from my own travels and you guess where it is. Due to the popularity of featuring other travel bloggers I plan to host other peoples’ travels and photos for as long as there is interest (get in touch!). This week’s photo comes from Kyle and his great around the world blog The Inquisitive Travelers. The first person to guess where this picture was taken (Country, Region, and nearest Large City) will win a link back to their Read full article…

Where in the World? Dangerous Driving

Update: The winner is Leng…who guessed, Bangkok, Thailand! Personally, I wanted more street guesses! Thanks again to Kelsi for this great shot and making us all dream we were in Thailand right now. Here is why this place is so special to her: This place is special to me personally because it is the capital city of the country where I serve as a Peace Corps volunteer and it is a place I can meet up with my friends. I love this picture because it reminds me of the rush of soaring through the streets of Bangkok with the open night air against my face. Leng gets the prize this week. So check out Globe Nomads, and follow his journey around the world. Welcome to the weekly Where in the World? Travel Photo Contest! We have a great list of travel photos and bloggers lined up to challenge your world Read full article…

Where in the World? Stunning Lake

Follow the posts down to the lake. Do you know where you’re going? Update: The winner is David…who guessed, Lake Baikal in Russia! Thanks again to Magda for a beautiful photo. Here’s what she had to say: This photo was taken on the Olkhon Island on the Lake Baikal in Russia. Lake Baikal is world’s oldest and deepest lake as well as the largest source of fresh water on the planet. Olkhon is the largest island on the lake and for centuries the local people have believed it to be a spiritual place. Shamanism is a very strong cult on the island up to this day. Olkhon is not only mysterious but also a very beautiful place. David gets the prize this week. So check out his great blog Ogijima that is all about the beautiful islands in Japan’s Inland Sea. Personally, I love this area of Japan. Welcome to the weekly Read full article…

Where in the World? Another World?

  Update: The winner is Rebecca…who guessed, Coober Pedy, South Australia! Thanks again to Laurence and his universe. Here’s what he had to say: “It is an awesome place, somewhat reminiscent of Mos Eisley, only without so much scum and villainy, plus nearly everyone lives underground to escape the heat. The surrounding landscape and attractions are also surreal, with names such as the Moon Plain and The Painted Desert – it’s not hard to see why it was chosen as the set for Pitch Black, which is set on an alien planet.” Rebecca gets the prize this week. So check out Cadence: Planning and Design, it’s not travel blog but they can help you design a peaceful living environment. Sounds nice to me Welcome to the weekly Where in the World? Travel Photo Contest! We have a great list of travel photos and bloggers lined up to challenge your world Read full article…

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