Sherry of Colorful Footsteps has just nominated me to participate in the “My 7 Links Project” (Thanks, Sherry!)
Initiated by Tripbase, the My 7 Links Project aims “to unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again.”
I’m very honored that Sherry has nominated me. It was difficult to select just six posts but I hope you’ll like the ones I chose.
My Most Beautiful Post – Going Round the Cape of Good Hope
Each place I visit has its own natural beauty but Cape Town almost blew me away. The combination of lush green, mountains almost everywhere I turned and the ocean on the other side, beauty hid around every corner.
My Most Popular Post – Havana: Africa Meets Cuba in Callejon de Hamel
My travel buddy and I were anxious to go to Callejon de Hamel. We were not disappointed.
My Most Controversial Post – Why I Won’t Be Watching Today’s Royal Wedding
It’s hard not to voice an opinion on things that, to me, don’t seem right. I waded into this one with both feet.
My Most Helpful Post – Five Things to Do in Newark
Despite its bad reputation, you’d be wrong to write Newark off.
A Post Whose Success Surprised Me – Before My Travel Blog
I don’t go an
ywhere without some kind of journal with me. Before I had a blog, it was the best way to document my trips. Even though I have a blog now, I still use a travel journal.
A Post that Didn’t Get the Attention it Deserved – Stonehenge, Sacred Stone Circle
Stonehenge has been on my travel list for quite sometime. I was anxious to get there and see it for myself.
The Post I’m Most Proud of – Pelican Bar: We’re Going There?
There are several posts that fit this category. Unfortunately, I could only name one. Hope you agree.
And now, I’d like to nominate these very fabulous travel bloggers to participate in the My 7 Links Project.