We are so excited to be hosting the 14th edition of the Gen Y Travel Carnival. Thanks must go out to Emily over at The Maiden Voyage for selecting us to host this month’s carnival. It’s always great to get out there and discover new travel blogs, and to share them with our followers. Additional thanks go out to the bloggers who submitted their great, insightful posts for this 14th edition.
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After reading through several submissions and filtering out the spam, here are the selections for the 14th Gen Y Travel Carnival:
- Abundant Journeys shares some great ideas for Thanksgiving getaways with the entire family. Sometimes a switch from tradition is the perfect solution for the stressful holiday season, and this post gives some great ideas on how to get the whole family together for the holiday to bond in a unique way.
- Plus Ultra shares a day in Kingston, Ontario, complete with great pictures of the historic architecture.
- The Saltiest Minstrel writes a thought-provoking post about learning philosophies on life in order to study guitar in India.
- Kenneth Lange made me think about my true passion in life in his post in which he shares a conversation from a coach ride in Ireland.
- Cheryl Howard gives us a glimpse in to the beauty of Vienna at night with a lovely collection of photos.
- Neverending Voyage happens upon an installation of giant paper lanterns at a shrine in Kyoto.
- Nod ‘N’ Smile shares all about an exciting “Amazing Race”-like challenge that they competed in Europe.
- Nicole Elena Robertson provides information and lovely photos of Byzantine mosaics in Ravenna, Italy.
- MishFish13 gives insight in this thoughtful post about her desire to become a world nomad, while weighing the difficulties of giving up a “normal life.”
- Kitchen Lore explains the difference between New York bagels and Montreal bagels with a lot of pictures that made my stomach grumble!
- 1000 Fights made me laugh and have a strong craving for a baguette with this post about how to become a true Francophile.
- And, last but not least, Maiden Voyage was a true Southern Belle in this post about exploring historic Savannah, Georgia.