Every week on Tripologist, I like to share some of my favorite travel related posts from around the web. If you have a post that you think is especially great and would like to be included in a future edition, put a comment below, send me a link through the Contact page, or message @TheTripologist on Twitter.
Here are my favorite travel posts from this past week:
How to Photograph People When Traveling – GranTourismoTravels.com
Anyone planning to take photographs during their travels (which I imagine is just about everyone) should read this article. It provides some great tips on how to photograph locals. It’ll help you get better pictures without being rude.
If this video doesn’t inspire you to travel the world, you might be a lost cause. 3 men went to 11 different countries over 44 days and shot 1 second of footage in each location. They then pieced together this amazing video. This is definitely a must watch!
Cigars and Mojitos: Four Days in Havana – GlobalGrasshopper.com
Cuba has always been high on my bucket list, but until the US government gets their heads out of their asses, I won’t be able to legally travel there. However, millions of tourists do travel to the Caribbean island every year. Here’s a fantastic post about one four day trip to Havana.
Underrated Uzbekistan: Tashkent and Beyond – Travel.CNN.com
It’s not very often that you find information about traveling in Uzbekistan, however, this story from the CNN Travel section makes the country look fantastic. While I’ve never had much of an interest in the “-stans”, I might have to check out Uzbekistan at some point.
From the Tripologist Archives: 6 Things I Learned From 6 Months of Travel
Whenever you travel, you learn something new. And, when you travel long-term you learn how best to travel through trial and error. Here is a list of 6 things that I learned while traveling throughout Asia for 6 months. Hopefully some of these tips will help you during your travels.