Welcome to the seventh edition of the Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Blog Carnival. Usually, this carnival is every other week, but I skipped the one I was supposed to do two weeks ago because I was traveling and had limited internet access. But I’m back on track now with lots of great submissions to share with you.
Marjorie Morgan presents Disappearing Tarn posted at GO! Girls Outdoors. Tarn is about a magical little Tasmanian lake that rarely appears, unless it rains consistently for a long time, that Marjorie was lucky enough to see a few of weeks ago.
Roy Jones presents Panama & San Blas Islands posted at Roy Jones – Travel | Writing | Photography. It’s a nice piece with plenty of photographs depicting a boat ride from Cartagena, Colombia, to the San Blas Islands of Panama.
Mick Hart presents Visiting Rome In A Day – Is That Really Possible? posted at Globe Cheap Travel. This is a pretty good plan if you only have one day, but if possible try to allow more time than that!
Iain Manley presents Anshun: City of Smooth Living and the Mighty Waterfall posted at Holiday Fu: Like Kungfu for Holidays. It’s a comprehensive guide written by a Peace Corps volunteer
to a little-visited city in the southwest of China.
Shannon OD presents A Little Biking: Sights and Smells of the Tuscan Countryside posted at A Little Adrift. It turns out that Shannon and I were in Tuscany right around the same time — small world!
Thanks so much to everyone who participated! Would you like to see your travel-related blog post in the next edition of Travelogged.com’s Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Carnival? If so, submit your post here by August 16th. The next edition will be posted on Monday, August 17th.