#travel #blog Kids Are A Trip

Wow, we’re just bouncing around superballs on the #travel1k gyrations rankings since they moved to Kred scores; last week we were #163 and for the week of June 13th woosh the bottom dropped out and down we are at #269. Time to #travel tweet more then!

This week we saw the biggest climbs from The Travel Magazine (up 1202 places to 133rd), Kim-Marie Kim-Marie (up 1197 places to 191st), and Rob (up 1170 places to 218th).

We also welcome new travel bloggers Nivedith gajapathy (185th) qne Hans Kullin (372nd) to the #travel1k Top 1000+ Travel Blogs scorecard.

Well done to this week’s top three Charles McCool (McCool Travel)Matt Matt, and Jeana Travels.

So for this week’s look at people who are making the top of the rankings, here’s our new blog to check out, at #10 jumped up from #37: @kidsareatrip’s Kids Are A Trip!

#travel #blog Kids Are A Trip

 

I’m Kirsten and welcome to Kids Are A Trip. I’m a wife and mom to three active boys and a very loving Bernedoodle. Arizona born, I barely survive our Chicago winters. A bilingual teacher of Puerto Rican descent, I love learning about other cultures around the world. Join us as we share our travel adventures and tips, including the challenge of traveling with a child with food allergies. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee, and find some inspiration for your next family trip.

So we’re pretty out of the target demographic here, and plus that the vast majority of the blog is U.S. focused, so it’s an uphill climb to stir our enthusiasm here…

… although look, since we are in fact going to be spending this Christmas in Australia, this looks like a worthwhile read:

Celebrating Christmas in Australia: Holidays Around the World

… and it’s a guest post from Contented Traveller. Who do, we notice, have a good bit of other Australia posts, we’ll bookmark them for future research. But back to this week’s focus, how about we check out South America?

Top 5 Family Friendly Things to Do in Puerto Madryn, Argentina

…. and it’s a guest post from our previously featured Wandering Wagars!

Alrighty then, we are definitely outside the target demographic here. We’ll just leave it to you familial types to check out the U.S. content yourselves, shall we?

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So, if you are in that U.S. family travel demographic, this looks like an excellent resource, check it out; and if you’re not, take a look at the@kidsareatrip Twitter feed, it’s one of the better aggregators we’ve seen and is going straight into our curated feed collection!

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