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Posted by | July 24, 2009
Guest post: Cuba

When I heard that my fellow Lonely Planet author Conner Gorry started a blog about her life in Havana, Here is Havana, I immediately invited her to participate in my...

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Posted by | July 17, 2009
Guest post: Sweden

In this week's guest post, we travel to Halmstad on the west coast of Sweden, for a walk around town with Erica of Travel Blissful, born, raised and currently living...

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Posted by | July 3, 2009
Guest post: Nigeria

I've been a big fan of Lola Akinmade's blog, Geotraveler's Niche – her photographs never cease to floor me. So I am very happy to feature Lola's story about shopping...

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Posted by | June 26, 2009
Guest post: New York City

As part of my ongoing guest post series, I've invited the talented Wendy of Escape from New York, a fabulous travel photo blog, to share some tips and photos of...

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Posted by | June 19, 2009
Guest post: Art in Chicago

In this week's guest post, Rosalind of Farsighted Fly Girl takes us to an off-the-beaten-trail art tour of Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood. Enjoy the great read! ART TOUR OF BRONZEVILLE, CHICAGO...

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Posted by | June 11, 2009
Guest post: Discover Toronto

I've been a fan of Folie à Deux blog for a while now, always looking forward to Jen's new travel musings and amazing photographs. So it's with great pleasure that...

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Posted by | June 5, 2009
Guest post: A day in Zagreb

I was recently introduced to Blue Ink Stains, a great blog penned by Zagreb-based Neha Puntambekar. I immediately loved her writing style as well as the fact she's currently living...

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Posted by | May 22, 2009
Guest post: Off track Lanzarote

In this inaugural of guest posts on Everthenomad.com, Nick Ball of Lanzarote Guidebook shares his tips on how to get off track in Lanzarote. Enjoy the read and happy trails!...

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Posted by | February 3, 2009
Letter from Burma

One of my closest and dearest friends is currently in Burma working for an NGO in the south of the country. After weeks of silence, a letter from her just...

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