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This Week In Travel

The rainy days are here. I've activated my autumn mood. I am listening to Frank Sinatra and I feel melancholic. This week I wrote quite a few articles here on Travelocafe, but my favorites were the photo essay about the Graffiti Art In Valencia, the review on the Iconic Guides Audio Tours, and the photo reportage on Plitvice Lakes National Park from Croatia. I had tons of fun writing them. I've also started reading Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray, Love". What are you reading?

Now moving to the World Wide Web, below are my favorite travel blog posts for the week. Each week I’ll share with you my favorite reads so you can follow all these amazing travel writers in their travels too. If you feel you have a post that you would like me to take into consideration, make sure you draw it to my attention by sending me a message on Twitter. I have stumbled, tweeted and commented on each of the posts below and I highly recommend you to do the same.

Sofia from As We Travel recommends us a few Things To Do In Copenhagen, Denmark. The city is alive even when temperatures get nasty and though sometimes people overlook the Danish capital, the city is well worth a long weekend.

Lara from Gran Turismo wanders if the celebrations in San Miguel de Allende are Stage Tourism Or A Celebration Of Culture. The photos of the dancers are breathtaking and I think some cultures just have this need for colors and  celebration in their blood, as life is too sad and difficult anyways.

Andi from My Beautiful Adventures planed a trip to Netherlands and Ibiza with her brother as a graduation present. Get to know more about Andi's family in this post.

Amanda from Dangerous Business advises us How to Deal with Travel-Wary Parents. Yeah, we all know this one! But breaking the news to them is the hardest part.

Brendan from The World Is My Jungle Jim shares with us photos of The Tikal Ruins from Guatemala. I always liked ancient ruins and Brendan just convinced me that these ones are worth a visit too. My bucket list is growing and growing and growing...

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