Best Reads: July 2014

Best Reads: July 2014

Once a month, we pick our favourite posts from other travel blogs from the last month, and tell you why they’re worth reading or why we connected with them in particular; our best reads of the month!

Enjoy!

How Your Computer Manipulates You from Everywhere Once

Brian shines some light on the scary reality that we face as a result of companies marketing themselves to not only our interests and habits, but our moods.

Responsible Travel from 1 Dad 1 Kid

It’s back to basics as Talon details what he believes should be at the foundation of any kind of travel. He presents four maxims for all and every traveller to live by.

Why Travel Safety Is Different for Women from Adventurous Kate

It’s easy for me to forget how different travelling as a woman must be to my own experiences. Kate brings this to our attention, presenting her own experience and detailing what can be done going forward.

Should Travelers Give to Kids Who Beg? from Uncornered Market

It’s a big and often-debated question, but Audrey has come to her own decision. In this article, she explains how she came to that decision and what to do in the meantime.

What was the best thing you read in July?