As we close out our syndication arrangement with USAToday.com at the end of this month, we wanted to say goodbye with a rundown of our most popular webzine stories and blog posts. What travel stories are people searching for an clicking on? It’s an odd and offbeat collection—just what you’d expect from a publication called Perceptive Travel.
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Most popular stories on Perceptive Travel webzine this summer:
Sex, Lies, and Desert Dust at Burning Man
The Dark Side of “Hidden Hawaii”
The Chaos and Grace of a Scooter Ride in Vietnam
The Backpacker’s Pilgrimage: Ko Phangan
Sedona – Is the Whole Town Built on a Hoax?
Most Popular Posts on the Perceptive Travel Blog
Penguin Places in New Zealand’s South Island
Titanic: The Northern Ireland Connection
Everybody Has an Opinion About Singapore
Why Tropical Waters Are So Blue
The Rusty Past Is in Yo Face at Steelstacks
There’s a lot more great stuff where those came from, sorted by category/destination and tags. You can tune into the blog each weekday to find an interesting new travel post from one of our five experienced travel writers.
Al Centro Media, our parent company, runs other sites focused on different niches, so as we say goodbye, here are links to those if they’re up your alley—or the alley of someone you know.
Check out the Cheapest Destinations Blog for the cheapest places to travel in the world.
See Practical Travel Gear for reviews of affordable, quality travel gear and clothing
Get the scoop on interesting hotels and resorts at Hotel Scoop
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