The 11th Edition of the Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Blog Carnival

Welcome to the 11th edition of the Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Blog Carnival. The carnival takes place once a month and features some of the best travel writing and photography on the web. As usual, I received lots of great submissions; here are my favorites.

Jill Martin Wrenn, who has been a guest blogger for Travelogged, presents The Oldest Pub in Town posted at Reverse Culture Shock. Whether or not you're seeking an authentic pub experience in England's Midlands, this is a great read that will make you yearn for a pint.

Another former guest blogger (for whom I recently blogged too), Heatheronhertravels presents The Cedars of Lebanon – Tannourine Cedars Reserve – Video posted at Heather on her travels. This video post takes you walking among the wild flowers and cedar trees in the gorgeous mountain scenery of Lebanon.

Jack Norell presents What to do before you’re ‘walked’ from your hotel – eyeflare travel advice and tips. posted at Eyeflare Travel Articles and Tips. This happened to me in Florence — Hotel De La Ville walked me to Hotel Santa Maria Novella, which luckily I ended up really liking.

Abi Dare presents Helping South Africa’s Big cats Through Responsible Tourism posted at Diary of an Aspiring Travel Writer. Here's a nice round-up of big cat conservation projects in where visitors can see vital work in action and meet cheetahs, lions and more face-to-face.

Catherine Forth presents Taking the Kids to Paris Without Going Broke posted at Have Kids Will Travel. These are some great tips if you plan to bring your little ones to the City of Light.

Linders presents The Incredible Homes of The Australian Outback posted at Money Hacker – Australia's Personal Finance Blog. These homes are pretty cool so be sure to take a look.

Jim presents Research Scams Before You Travel posted at Wanderlust Journey. There's some good advice in here for those who want to be careful.

Ivan presents Top 5: Travel Bookstores posted at Bookstore Guide. Here are the five best stores for travel books in Europe.

Abi King presents A Cheap Weekend Break in Segovia posted at Cheap Weekend Breaks. When I was in Madrid, I was deciding between Segovia and Toledo for a day trip but I ended up choosing Toledo

3 Responses to The 11th Edition of the Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Blog Carnival

  1. Zhu October 26, 2009 at 11:55 pm #

    Thank you for featuring one of my posts!
    Lake Titicaca is a great place. The environment is quite harsh (cold, hard to breath because of the altitude) but the scenery is gorgeous. Hope you get to travel there one day! :-)

  2. Linders October 28, 2009 at 7:58 pm #

    Thanks loads, Liz!

  3. Heather on her travels October 31, 2009 at 8:30 am #

    Thanks for featuring my Lebanon post, lots of other great stuff here too

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