#travel #blog The Globe Trotter

The weeks are just flying past these days, aren’t they? Let’s see how we did in the #travel1k rankings for the week of March 14th … oh, not quite so good as last week, down from #32 to #43. Hey, TOP 50! is still a fine bragging point, don’t you think?

This week we saw the biggest climbs from Michael Grierson (up 1162 places to 546th), Magali Martinez (up 481 places to 1227th), and Michele Peterson (up 387 places to 118th).

We also welcome new travel blogger Trading Places (806th) to the #travel1k Top 1000+ Travel Blogs scorecard.

Well done to this week’s top three Charles McCoolMatt Matt, and Melody Pittman.

And let’s find our new blog to visit this week … yes, here’s one at #9 up from #10: @TheGl0beTrotter’s The Globe Trotter!

The Globe Trotter

 

I’m Deeptha, a travel blogger and a freelance content creator. Along with my husband, Bhavin (who shares my passion for travel), I started The Globe Trotter in 2009. It was meant primarily to keep a record of all our journeys and to share our travel photos and blogs with family and friends. But with the passage of time, the blog has grown into a bigger space where we share our knowledge about all things travel with our blog readers.

We both love to travel and have been travelling together as a couple since 2004. Travelling and discovering the world makes us happy and not to forget the lasting memories that it creates. The adage ‘Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer’ holds true for us.

We have had some amazing experiences on our travels, made new friends and experienced new cultures. Travelling has also helped us to understand ourselves better and given us a better perspective on life. So, come and join us on our adventures as we set out to explore the world – little by little.

They’re mostly focused on the UK and nearish bits, it seems from a quick flip through … and they certainly do appear to like staying in stately homes!

Technically, BuiltWith tells us it’s a … Blogger blog? Now that’s a novelty in this series, don’t think we’ve run across any of those before have we? Didn’t think it looked like the regular run of WordPress blog, and hey that would be why, indeed.

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p dir=”ltr”>We’ll definitely give them points for hitting some off the standard tourist trail points, if you’re in the UK or want to visit this would be an excellent blog to follow; us, well we’ve done that area of the world pretty thoroughly already, but we’ll toss them on the Twitter list as well and see what they come up with worth a retweet!

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