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  • Snow Photography Tips: How to Take Photos in Snow
    by Laurence Norah on January 5, 2021 at 4:48 PM

    In this post, I’m going to share with you a number of snow photography tips to help you get great photos in the snow. Snowy conditions make for some wonderful photography opportunities. However, taking photos in snow can be a little bit challenging. This is for a number of reasons, from the brightness of the…

  • Outlander Filming Locations in Scotland – Guide + Location Map
    by Laurence Norah on December 13, 2020 at 7:31 PM

    The popular Outlander TV show and book series is set primarily in Scotland, and many Outlander filming locations are also real life locations that you can visit on a trip to Scotland. A visit to these filming locations is often a must for fans of the TV show, where they can see the locations that…

  • Where to Buy Sightseeing & Attraction Tickets Online and Save Money
    by Laurence Norah on November 28, 2020 at 12:54 PM

    We travel a lot, and we love to visit sights and attractions when we do so. Visitor attractions that charge entry fees may include museums, amusement parks, national parks, castles, historic buildings, zoos, experience based attractions, scenic city viewpoints, hop-on- hop-off buses, boat rides, and the like. Many of these activities have an entry fee,…

  • Free Lightroom Presets: Where to Download Free Presets and How to Install Them
    by Laurence Norah on November 19, 2020 at 1:26 PM

    As a travel photographer who also runs an online photography course, I’m often asked about the value of Lightroom presets. Most users want to know if Lightroom presets are worth it, if they should use them, and my opinion on them. In this guide I’m going to share with you everything you need to know…

  • Whisky Distilleries on the North Coast 500
    by Laurence Norah on November 13, 2020 at 2:23 PM

    If you’re planning on driving Scotland’s most famous driving route, the North Coast 500, you might also be wondering if there are any whisky distilleries on the North Coast 500. We’re delighted to be able to tell you that yes, there are a number of whisky distilleries along the route. Many of these are open…

  • Why International Travel Insurance & Trip Cancellation Insurance Are Important for 2021 & Beyond!
    by Christina Maggitas on January 1, 2021 at 7:09 PM

    Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Making travel plans is always incredibly exciting. Who doesn’t love making itineraries, checking things off their world travel bucket list, and getting ready for the trip of a lifetime? But despite our most meticulous travel planning, sometimes things can unexpectedly go wrong. Situations that are completely out of your control– such as lost luggage, flight Keep Reading The post Why International Travel Insurance & Trip Cancellation Insurance Are Important for 2021 & Beyond! appeared first on Green Global Travel.

  • Celebrating 10 Years of Green Global Travel (& 12 Years of Love)
    by Bret and Mary on December 21, 2020 at 5:08 PM

    Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. This weekend marked the 12th anniversary of the first date Mary and I ever went on. And November 1 marked the 10th anniversary of the day we launched Green Global Travel. To commemorate both occasions, I surprised her with a series of 12 personalized greeting cards from Tellinga. Recently named our pick for Best Holiday Keep Reading The post Celebrating 10 Years of Green Global Travel (& 12 Years of Love) appeared first on Green Global Travel.

  • 40 Fascinating Christmas Traditions in Mexico
    by Sonny Grace Bray on December 15, 2020 at 5:55 PM

    Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. From Cinco de Mayo and Día de Los Muertos (a.k.a. Day of the Dead Festival) to tacos, tequila, and piñatas, traditional Mexican culture has become increasingly embedded in American popular culture. The incorporation of European and African cultural influences has transformed the country radically since the time of the ancient Aztecs and Maya. But the Keep Reading The post 40 Fascinating Christmas Traditions in Mexico appeared first on Green Global Travel.

  • 40 Ways to Celebrate New Year Traditions Around the World
    by Jonathon Engels on December 15, 2020 at 1:00 PM

    Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. [Updated 12/15/2020]  Did you know that more people celebrate New Years around the world than any other holiday? But, of course, that doesn’t mean that we all celebrate it in the same way. How I celebrate the New Year– watching the NYC countdown on television, kissing at midnight, champagne toasts, and fireworks– may be relatively Keep Reading The post 40 Ways to Celebrate New Year Traditions Around the World appeared first on Green Global Travel.

  • 2020 Holiday Gift Guide
    by Bret and Mary on December 7, 2020 at 11:45 PM

    Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. Normally at this time of year we’d be posting our annual Best Gifts for Travelers guide, showcasing all the best travel gear for your 2021 adventures. But in 2020, the entire world got a stark reminder that travel is a privilege (not a right) that should never be taken for granted. Even now, in mid-December, Keep Reading The post 2020 Holiday Gift Guide appeared first on Green Global Travel.

  • How to Photograph Paris
    by Sherry on January 21, 2021 at 11:06 AM

    I’ve been to Paris multiple times, and each time I find new inspiration. It’s one of my favorite cities to photograph, and I know I’m not alone. I’ve developed a few tricks on how to photograph Paris so that I can bring home unique photos of the most photographed Paris sites. Before I share my The post How to Photograph Paris appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.

  • Do the Reverse of the Masses: Head East of Denver to the Claremont Inn
    by Sherry on January 19, 2021 at 11:00 AM

    In an effort to bring you some new voices on Ottsworld, here is a guest post from writer Sherry Spitsnaugle. I met Sherry at a Denver event and found out that she was a travel writer! So not only does she have a cool name, but she also has a way with words! All opinions, The post Do the Reverse of the Masses: Head East of Denver to the Claremont Inn appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.

  • My 10 Days Rafting in the Grand Canyon
    by Sherry on January 13, 2021 at 11:05 AM

    “I’m going to play you something,” my rafting guide Mike said to me. It was just the two of us as my other raftmates were in the kayak. Mike, a 40+ year veteran of the Colorado River set down his phone near me in the raft and I heard the familiar sound of Vivaldi’s Four The post My 10 Days Rafting in the Grand Canyon appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.

  • How I Made it Through 2020 with Kittens
    by Sherry on December 29, 2020 at 11:00 AM

    2020 hasn’t been a normal year – we all know that. But with the end of this year on the horizon – I wanted to give a little love to what got me through this tough year. Kittens My normal purpose is showing people the world of travel; ways to travel that they hadn’t thought The post How I Made it Through 2020 with Kittens appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.

  • Things to Do on Lanai: This is Not Your Typical Hawaiian Island
    by Sherry on December 15, 2020 at 11:00 AM

    “You’re still here?” Mark asks as I walk in the door hoping to get some dinner before they close at 8PM. I smile and say, “Of course – I love it here!” as I sit down and order my regular Lemongrass Luau beer (brewed in Hawaii) and look at the menu. Mark and I chat The post Things to Do on Lanai: This is Not Your Typical Hawaiian Island appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.