Thanks to the increased convenience of air travel and the emergence of a common universal language to help navigate foreign terminals, extensive worldwide travel has become not only possible but more and more popular. Suddenly a trend that is as old as civilization itself has become more accessible to the masses instead of being solely a privilege of the most elite.
Even If You Cannot Travel The World You Can Still Explore Your Hometown!
Much More Premiering Soon
As you may have noticed, the HoliDaze is in the middle of an real-time overhaul. Please forgive me if any of the pages look a little bit funny or a few links are temporarily unavailable...I am working as fast as I can but might not have it all finished for another 24 hours or so.
This is also why I have not been active on Twitter and have recently fallen behind on my emails as well. It is because I already have enough distractions in my real life that now I need to avoid any new online distractions, at least until the new layout is finished.
The HoliDaze Blog Network
Is a mix of veteran travel bloggers and newbies alike that includes sites which when combined cover nearly every corner of the globe. It features an excellent mix between the top HoliDaze authors, blogs that have inspired my adventures, featured travel bloggers (e.g. HoliDaze interviewees), and yes, even a few brand new up-and-coming travel writers who are doing great things and deserve a li'l boost in traffic ;)
I also apologize for all the recent changes to the HoliDaze blog network and external links sections. Sorry for any confusion that these alterations may have caused but it's all part of the process of streamlining the HoliDaze in prepartion of future expansion. Thanks so much for understanding, it won't happen again!