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Guest Post by Elena Prokopets Gozo is a charming island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, forming part of the Maltese archipelago, i.e the country of Malta. The island of Gozo has around 37,000 inhabitants with an area of 67 square kilometers and has been inhabited for thousands of years. When setting foot for the first time on the island, one can notice that Gozo is filled with nature, beaches and historical landmarks. It seems that life… Read more »

camping

Guest Post by Victor Spring is in the air and camping season is just around the corner. And adventure-lovers are starting to plan their camping trips and hiking expeditions! Most of the time, you may be dependent on your car as a means of transportation for these adventures. This post will help you plan what’s essential to pack in your vehicle for these outings. It is also important to note that venturing into the wild can be risky; there are… Read more »

Five fancy things to do in Sydney

Guest Post by Roxana Oliver Sydney can offer numerous entertainment possibilities and fun attractions to its visitors, but there are always those special things that will make your stay in this amazing city that more exciting and memorable. Behave as locals do is a great motto to follow when visiting Sydney. However, the next five things are an absolute must if you want to experience more luxurious spots in Sydney. The following high-end activities are not only synonymous with the… Read more »

godaddy stock beach image

Guest post by Carl Turner It’s never too early to start planning for your next vacation, especially if it’s during the holiday season. The holidays are always one of the busiest travel times of the year, and, rather than spend another year enduring stressful family situations, more and more people are using their days off as an opportunity to get some much-needed rest and relaxation. But where to go? When to go? When to book a flight to Fiji or… Read more »

jet lag

  Guest post by Olivia Bourke Jet Lag Jet lag is one substantial drawback of traveling that can affect you upon arrival at either destination. This can typically ruin the first few moments of your trip, depending on how horrid it may be. Traveling across many time zones can be daunting for the body and mind. Jet lag causes fatigue and insomnia which leads to irritation, disorientation, loss of concentration and headaches. The body is naturally in sync and has… Read more »

SMAstreets

This month’s travel guest post is taking us to Mexico! The author, Andrew Tjong, just came back from San Miguel de Allende and had a magnificent time there. He’s originally from the Netherlands but is doing his MBA in China… and currently residing in Taiwan. He’s quite the seasoned traveler! Andrew has been to San Miguel de Allende a couple of times (most recently he was there for the entire summer) and has now written an ebook on all that… Read more »

Tokyo Street food

Guest post by: Jeffrey Barroga It invigorates your soul, calms your weary morale, and widens your perspective in life: travel is one of life’s pleasures that seems to enrich your entire being as you do it more and more. Unfortunately, as much as there is to be gained by traveling, it’s also one of life’s more expensive pleasures. But that doesn’t mean that you have to limit yourself to traveling just locally. Don’t get me wrong, there are so many… Read more »

Independence Hall

Philadelphia is one of my favorite cities in America, and I am hoping to get the opportunity to visit again so I have the chance to see all of Julia’s awesome recommendations in this post! Julia of Philly with Fjallraven isn’t a stranger to the travel guest post section of my blog, she was one of my very first guest posters with the amazing “9 Reasons Why You Should Visit Denmark.” But Julia is also an expert on all things… Read more »

The Sydney Tower Eye

If you haven’t made plans yet this weekend, Sydneysiders, you’re in luck! This post has you covered. And it’s perfect that these events are indoors, because Saturday’s forecast is not looking the greatest for outdoor activities! Sydney Events You Shouldn’t Miss This November By: Jeff Barroga   If you want to discover the glitz, glam, and all that is tres chic in Australia, you really ought to head to its most famous city. Before the fictional P. Sherman 42 Wallaby… Read more »

Dubai Fountain

Meet Neha Singh! She’s writing this month’s travel guest post all about how to travel in Dubai on a shoestring budget! She is a post graduate in Mass Communications. Traveling is very close to her heart and she loves to write. She is also an avid trekker and explorer and often takes out time from her busy schedule to indulge in mountaineering. (How awesome is that?) Check out how Neha made the most of Dubai on less than $25 a… Read more »

The Blue Lagoon in Iceland

Iceland is a country that has risen very high on my list of countries I would like to see one day…thanks to one of my best friends, Shannon of “A Blonde and a Brew,” having visited this astonishing country. Her tales of magical lagoons, gorgeous national parks and sampling puffin have undoubtedly piqued my curiosity for this country. It also doesn’t hurt that this where Jon Snow lives…or at least where is home is filmed. (For all you A Song… Read more »

getaways in India - Mumbai

This month’s guest travel post is taking us to the bustling city of Mumbai! Nirav Dave is the co-founder of ZaraHutke, in Mumbai, that specializes in offbeat stays & weekend getaways. He is an avid traveler, a dedicated husband, and father and loves Numismatics. Check out his list of 55 amazing getaways from Mumbai, below! 55 Amazing Getaways From Mumbai That Need To Be Explored On Your Next Trip To India A trip to India is almost incomplete without experiencing… Read more »

Perhaps Bananas

France is a country I have always wanted to visit, but I have yet to make the journey to. Fortunately, this month’s travel guest blogger, Mallory of Perhaps Bananas, was just there on her honeymoon. And she’s sharing some incredible photos of her favorite spot in France – Versailles! Mallory had quite the whirlwind trip, and she actually just moved from Seoul, South Korea to Buffalo, New York. Following her journey has been so fun, and you’ll definitely want to… Read more »

Traveling to a new place can be both exciting and hectic. Fortunately, we live in an age where things, such as directions and currency conversion, are just a click away on a smartphone. And to make traveling even more easy, Sarah of the blog “Midwest Darling” is sharing the 9 best travel apps in this month’s travel guest post! Make your travels stress-free and check out her list below! Travel Apps That Will Make Your Life Easier There are two… Read more »

Nyhavn

Julia of the blog “Philly with a Fjallraven” is the writer behind this month’s travel guest post! She’s sharing her list of reasons why Denmark should be on your bucket list. She’s certainly convinced me of why I need to visit this lovely country, but don’t take my word for it, check out her insight into traveling in Denmark, below. And when you’re done, be sure to check out her blog for even more amazing photography and travel posts! Julia’s… Read more »

Packing tips

I am very excited to announce I have added a new section to Have Clothes, Will Travel. Starting this month I will be featuring one guest travel post each month from a reader! These posts will range from travel tips to exciting travel experiences my readers want to share. And yes, I am opening this section up to readers, you do not have to be a blogger to submit a post for the month (but if you are a blogger,… Read more »