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#1 TRENDING
Dani Globetrottergirls 2 weeks ago
Quiz time!!

In the photo below you see Laguna Meniques, located in the highest desert in the world.

Do you know which desert that is?
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Maya G 2 weeks ago
Beautiful photos to go along with that article. Thanks.
Zlatko Skrtic 2 weeks ago
You wellcome friend
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Jason Goldberg 1 week ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hi Dani! What are your summer travel plans?
Dani Globetrottergirls
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Hi Jason, I'm going to Germany in August (Berlin, Leipzig, Cologne and Erfurt), and it's still up in the air if I go to India from there or if I'll hike the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain in September ๐Ÿ˜Š What about you?
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ู†ุงุฏุฑ ุงุจูˆุฌุจู„ 1 week ago
Hloo
Christophe Gillet 1 week ago
happy summer to my all friends over the word
music feast
enjoy everyybody
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 week ago
http://globetrottergirls.com/2014/07/coney-island-mermaid-parade/

Yesterday, the 35th annual Mermaid Parade took place in Coney Island! A parade with whacky costumes right by the ocean - this is Brooklynโ€™s very own version of Halloween and Mardi Gras, all mixed together.

The Mermaid Parade was introduced in 1983 to celebrate the arrival of summer and to bring to life the mythology behind street names such as Mermaid and Neptune, which are among the main roads in Coney Island. It also aimed to encourage the locals to express themselves in an artistic way - and some of the costumes are pretty epic, and take months of preparation.

Have you been to any cool festivals on your travels?

Two that are still on my bucket list:
Songkhran in Thailand
Holi in India
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Rucha Bhat 1 week ago
I have been to Thailand during the songkhran ..it's super fun !!
Ignas Peฤiลซra 1 week ago
I've been to Holi in Mumbai. Was a very interesting and fun experience! Highly recommend ๐ŸŽจ
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Best street food in the world:

Israel (falafel and sabich sandwiches, like the one in the picture)
Mexico (potato tacos!)
Thailand (all the food in the night markets that pop up everywhere after dark)
El Salvador (pupusas!)
Sri Lanka & India (samosas!)

What's your favorite street food and where did you have it?
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Jason somehow I've never made it to the Thai market!! Making it a goal for this summer ๐Ÿ™‚ everyone's raving about it!
Adam Groffman 1 month ago
Oh hey I remember that sabich sandwich!
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Group travel or solo travel.. what do you prefer?
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Brian Mullins 1 day ago
Group travel
Alan Montgomery 1 day ago
Energy burned equals good rest
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 week ago
Viรฑales Valley, Vinales, Cuba
Confession: I hated the coffee in Cuba ๐Ÿ˜–

Do you remember a place on your travels where you had amazing coffee?

One of my all-time favorites is Ristr8to in Chiang Mai. Would go back there just to have a coffee at Ristr8to ๐Ÿ˜โ˜•๏ธ๐Ÿ˜
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Swaminathan Jayaraman 1 week ago
Even though I'm not a coffee person, tried Ristr8to and can vouch for it. Also if you ever visit India, should try the South Indian Filter Coffee.
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Maya G 1 week ago
GUEST QUESTION
here's what I wanna know- where can I meet you on the first 2 weeks of October?
Dani Globetrottergirls
HOST
Hi Maya, I hope I'll be up in the Himalayas in October - trekking the 3-week Annapurna Circuit in Nepal has been on my bucket list for a few years now and I hope I can finally make it there this year. My plans are still up in the air, but potential plan B trips would be Morocco and Guatemala.
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Agness Walewinder 3 months ago
GUEST QUESTION
Dongguan, China
Have you ever fallen in love with a guy when travelling and what was your experience?
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Dani Globetrottergirls
HOST
Yes I have fallen in love with traveling - several times โ˜บ๏ธโค๏ธโ˜บ๏ธ
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Agness Walewinder 2 months ago
Ignas Peฤiลซra You guys look way too cute!!!
Ignas Peฤiลซra 2 months ago
Agness ๐Ÿ˜˜
#9 TRENDING
Dani Globetrottergirls 3 months ago
When traveling, what's your favorite mode of transport?
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Rajiv Singh 2 months ago
Train
Zlatko Skrtic 2 months ago
Good afternoon to all!
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Which country was this picture taken in? Bonus points if you can name the body of water in the photo! ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Raz Nishu 1 month ago
Hi
Raz Nishu 1 month ago
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 week ago
We haven't done a quiz in a while โ˜บ๏ธ Any guesses where this pic was taken?
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Rucha Bhat 1 week ago
GUEST QUESTION
Hey Dani,
Have you walked Camino De Santiago trail ? Can you suggest a great post/blog you have written or found on web.. which I can take a look at and plan accordingly !

Thanks a ton ๐Ÿ˜€

Dani Globetrottergirls
HOST
Hi Rucha ,

Thanks so much for your question! The Camino has been on my travel wish list for the past few years but Iโ€™ve always had timing issues. Basically, the best time to walk it is September (June to August too crowded, March โ€“ April leading up to Easter too many pilgrims, October to March too coldโ€ฆ May would be nice though, with the wild flowers in bloom!) but these past few years, Iโ€™ve always had other plans at that time of year. This year it actually might work out though! I am ready ๐Ÿ˜Š

So yes, Iโ€™ve come across a ton of good blog posts about the Camino because Iโ€™ve been researching it a lot!

Here are some good ones:

https://matadornetwork.com/notebook/20-truths-walking-camino-de-santiago/

https://www.wildjunket.com/camino-de-santiago-guide/

https://www.outsideonline.com/1917861/walking-camino-de-santiago-beginners-guide

http://www.cntraveler.com/story/tips-walking-spains-camino-de-santiago

https://www.ottsworld.com/blogs/camino-de-santiago-faq%E2%80%99s/

https://www.ottsworld.com/blogs/camino-de-santiago-packing-list/

https://www.caminodesantiago.me/45-faqs-on-the-camino-de-santiago/

https://www.outsideonline.com/1917861/walking-camino-de-santiago-beginners-guide

If you end up walking the camino before I do, Iโ€™d love to hear your feedback and advice ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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Rucha Bhat 1 week ago
Awesome thanks Dani !!! I will go through the links you shared ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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Dani Globetrottergirls 3 months ago
Cali, Colombia
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Syamer Tamer 3 days ago
Hi
Saeed Abdhulla 1 day ago
Hi
#14 TRENDING
Dani Globetrottergirls 1 day ago
Anyone traveling Europe this summer? In this article I am sharing the best and cheapest way to get around, and how to find good and inexpensive accommodation:
http://globetrottergirls.com/2015/08/cheap-ways-to-travel-around-europe/
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Brian Mullins 1 day ago
Possibly Europe, but more interested to give the US a try as I've never gone trotting in US๐Ÿ˜œ
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Negev, Israel
Who of you loves multi-day hikes?

I certainly do! One of my favorite hikes to date was the Israel National Trail, a 1,000 kilometer / 620 miles long hiking trail that crosses the country from south to north, beginning at the Red Sea near the Jordanian border in the south and finishing near the Lebanese border in the north.

For anyone who is into multi-day trekking, anyone who finds treks like the Camino de Santiago, the Appalachian Trail in the U.S. or the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal appealing, this is a hike of epic dimensions.

Walking the entire trail takes between six and eight weeks, but I hiked only some parts of it: some of the Negev Desert in the South, the mountains around Jerusalem, and the Lower Galilee in the north of Israel.

Have you done a multi-day hike? If so, where was it and how long was it?
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Agness Walewinder 1 month ago
Wish I was there!!!
West Roud 1 month ago
Hi)
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 week ago
Finally reached 2,000 members here - so excited about this!! To celebrate this milestone, I'm doing an AMA.. ask me anything! What do you want to know about me, travel, or anything else โ“โ“โ“
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Dani Globetrottergirls 4 months ago
What's your favorite city in the world? And can you guess what mine is? ๐Ÿ˜‰
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Zamora The light 4 months ago
Canada
Isa Tishukaj 3 months ago
Hi
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
New York, United States
Happy Sunday, everyone! Where in the world are you today?

Me: spending the day in Brooklyn ๐Ÿ™ƒ
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Maya where in the world did you spend the weekend?
Kader Milano 1 month ago
Hi
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Dani Globetrottergirls 2 months ago
Cayo Jutรญas, Cuba
Cuba has some amazing beaches!

This is Cayo Jutias, Cubaโ€™s most discovered 'undiscovered' beach is the 3km-long blanket of sand that adorns the northern coast of Cayo Jutรญas, a mangrove-covered key approximately 65km northwest of Viรฑales and attached to the mainland by a short pedraplรฉn (causeway). Jutรญas โ€“ named for its indigenous tree rats โ€“ is caressed by crystal-clear water, which is perfect for swimming. There are no hotels here, and since the beach is pretty remote (it takes 75 minutes on a pothole-filled road to get here) there arenโ€™t many tourists.
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Kader Milano 1 month ago
Hih
Kader Milano 1 month ago
Hi
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Dani Globetrottergirls 2 months ago
What's the best country for food you've been to? My top five countries for food are:
Thailand
Sri Lanka
Italy
India
Mรฉxico
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Nomadic Boys 2 months ago
What does Ethiopian food taste like guys?
Two Bad Tourists 2 months ago
Nomadic Boys Spicy meats and very flavorful vegetables. Part of the experience is the way you eat it - with your hands using injera (like a pancake) to pick up the food instead of utensils. Yummy! ๐Ÿ˜‹
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Dani Globetrottergirls 3 months ago
Anyone knows which country this is? Hint: it's one of the most beautiful countries I've ever been to ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Alhad Sabadra 2 months ago
It's really beautiful country
Alhad Sabadra 2 months ago
How's the experience with China ?
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Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Picture this: You're about to head out on a trip, but you can only download one app to use.

Which app would you choose?

(I'll wait to see what you say and share the app of my choice later on)
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Rucha Bhat 1 month ago
I would definately use PEPO and ask the experts !! Also I would use bookings.com/Airbnb to rent out a place to stay ! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
Dani Globetrottergirls 1 month ago
Rucha Ha, very good answer!! Pepo is indeed great for this!! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™Œ
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Ray T Midtou 2 weeks ago
GUEST QUESTION
Any Good asian restaurant servicing malaysian or singaporean foods in Istanbul greatly appreciated
Dani Globetrottergirls
HOST
I don't remember any because every time I go to Istanbul I stuff my face with Turkish food ๐Ÿ˜‰ But maybe somebody else here can recommend something?
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Dani Globetrottergirls 2 months ago
Who of you still uses travel guides?

I do! ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿผ

My biggest regret on my recent trip to Cuba was not bringing a guide book. I found it very hard to navigate the country without one, especially since wifi was hard to come by (and if you found it, it was expensive and painfully slow..) On my next trip, I'll definitely bring one again.

If you do use travel guides: do you have a preferred brand?
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Nomadic Boys 2 months ago
Totally agree with you! You can't beat the written Bible of travel- which for us is always Lonely Planet
Swaminathan Jayaraman 2 months ago
I recently picked up a rough guide for budget travel Europe. Crazy loads of info and guide books are amaze!