Friday, October 19

Asian Travel Stories

Sometimes travel sites can be a tad cliché. They offer you the usual accommodation info, attraction places to go and other odds and ends. One thing that is not usually offered when such sites talk about the vacation spot is the connective vibe you feel as you read it.

Which brings us to travel blogs like this one that offers asia travel news. Yes, you have your staple travel information as the paragraph before stated but it offers something more; a personal and ground level observation of the sometimes quirky antics of Asians and alike.

Stories like ‘how to take photos in Beijing, China' or ‘typical Asian photo poses’ are some of the little gems that you can read off from the site. I can’t help but to feel a certain connectivity with the country the post associates with. Now, that’s a travel blog; one that makes you feel a part of the country when you haven’t visited it yet.

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