The 16th Edition of the Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Blog Carnival

Welcome to the 16th 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 tons of great submissions; here are my favorites.

Caitlin presents Dear Airlines: Humans come in all shapes and sizes posted at Roaming Tales. This provocative piece discussing how airlines should deal with obese passengers — check out the great comments people left, too.

Jessie Voigts presents Morocco: An Unexpected Gem posted at Wandering Educators. Morocco is on my short-list of places to visit, so I really enjoyed reading this piece.

Becky Ances presents Leshan’s Giant Buddha posted at Writer. Traveler. Tea Drinker. These photos are beautiful — looks like an amazing sight to see in China.

Abi King presents Ghosts Underground posted at Inside the Travel Lab. Abi takes us through The Museum of the International Red Cross and Crescent in Geneva.

Byteful Travel presents Why Camera Dashing is Superior to Camera Tossing posted at Byteful Travel. This is a very cool technique for taking photos that I’ll have to try sometime!

Travelling Rants presents Beauty of Uttrakhand – Badrinath posted at Travelling Rants. I enjoyed reading this piece about India.

Katie Sorene presents 8 Traveling Tips for Couples posted at Tripbase. I love traveling with my husband, but here are some great tips for those of you who don’t.

Sheila Scarborough presents My Top 3 Family Travel Secrets posted at Family Travel Guide. What are they? Well, you’ll have to read the post to find out.

Keith Kellett presents Ullswater Cruise posted at Travelrat’s Travels. Keith shares a video of his experience taking a wooden-boat cruise in England’s Lake District.

Shelly Rivoli presents Picnic at the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco posted at Travels with Baby Tips. When I was in San Francisco last May, I didn’t make it to the Palace of Fine Arts, so I enjoyed Shelly’s write-up. Sounds like a must-do for next time!

Camden Luxford presents Lima, Peru to Montañita, Ecuador by bus in 31 hours; Or, how best to leave yourself ripped off, irritated with Latin men and smelling less than pretty posted at The Brink Of Something Else – Working, Studying and Travelling Abroad. Well, with a title like that, you have to read it…

Jim presents National Geographic Terra Cotta Warriors Exhibit posted at Wanderlust Journey. This sounds like an excellent exhibit to see in Washington, DC.

Mary T presents Twin Lights Overlook Sandy Hook posted at Travel With Teens and Tweens. This is a good Jersey Shore alternative to what you saw on the Jersey Shore.

Regina presents Brazilian Baroque posted at Deep Brazil. Gorgeous examples of Baroque art!

Kristie presents Goodbye Norway, Hello Germany posted at Culture Shock. She will now be blogging from Munich, and begins by sharing these photos.

Gary Mullen presents 71 Must Know Tips on Travelling Safely posted at Culture Blog. Staying safe should always be a traveler’s top priority.

Thanks so much to everyone who participated! Would you like to see your travel-related blog post in the next edition of’s Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Carnival? If so, please submit your post here by March 14th. The next edition will be posted on Monday, April 26th.

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2 Responses to The 16th Edition of the Anywhere, Everywhere Travel Blog Carnival

  1. jessiev
    Twitter: WanderingEds
    March 15, 2010 at 11:51 pm #

    what a great blog carnival!! thanks so much for sharing these great links!

  2. Byteful Traveller March 16, 2010 at 11:25 am #

    Thanks for including an article from Byteful Travel in your carnival! I really appreciate you helping spread the word, and I hope people enjoy reading about Camera Dashing.

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