While we're building up to our big 3000th Location, here's another feature on of our most prolific analogue travel writers: azurblue!
Who would have thought that just a few years on, we’re almost at 3000 Locations strong? It’s been a wild ride so far as we’ve seen literally all kinds of locations, from hole in the wall pubs to vast and expansive castles tucked away in the mountains. While we’re building up to our big 3000th Location, here’s another feature on of our most prolific travel writers: azurblue
Dogon Villages, Mali – One of the most sacred places in Mali, Dogon Country is a place everyone should go to at least once in their lifetime.
Niger River, Africa – The River Niger is one of the most important waterways in Africa and is in fact, essential to the survival of most countries there.
Pope’s Palace, France – This was the fortress of Christianity back in the 15th Century. Marvel at the deco!
Islands Borromeo, Italy – Pay a visit to the Islands Borromeo for its lovely parks and pretty villas that dates back to the 17th Century.
Mont Sainte Victoire, France – Mont Sainte Victoire is one of the major tourist attractions in Provence, although a big part of it is restricted to tourists now.
Ephesus, Turkey – This city was famed for the Temple of Artemis, and was one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World
Tram Museum of Bruxelles – Curious about the inner workings and history of Belgium’s transport system? Get your history fix here!
Mali Road Tracks – What’s the best way to travel in Mali and the most effective way of getting a whiff of their culture? By the Road!
The Island of Gold, France – If you read TIntin books when you were a kid, then this island is a must visit for you!
City of Mud, Mali – This is one of sub-Saharian Africa’s oldest cities and is a center of Islamic culture and pilgrimage