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It’s time for 100,000 travel c
! No wait, that’s not quite right. I have a few travel
confessions to share but not that many. Oh, I remember what the number 100,000 means.It means that this blog just passed 100,000 hits! Thank you, dear readers, search engines,and cross-posters, for visiting
. It took two years, from October 2010to October 2012, for this blog to reach 50,000 hits and doubled that total in less than five
months. That’s amazing!
I must be doing something right.
I Must Confess!
So on to the Travel Confessions. A big thanks to Letizia for tagging me on Travel
Confessions.Letizia was born and raised in the Netherlands but is now living in bodacious Borgomanero, Italy. I have to confess that her blog
issimply excellent. I love her articles about Italy and mouth-watering food and drinks.Thanks for tagging me, Letizia!
About Travel Confessions
I’ve received, I
enjoy researching the origin of blog series like Travel Confessions. Caroline and Josh from the blog Traveling 9 to 5
started the Travel Confessions chain in August 2012 as a way for travel writers like
Letizia and me to confess our deepest, darkest travel secrets. As Traveling 9 to 5 puts it:
Is it a routine that gets you through long trips, a guilty pleasure destination or food, or maybe a pair of white Westin slippers that have seen better days? This is your time tocome clean and maybe even feel better about your own confession as we read about
How To Confess!
Here’s how it works:
Post a photo and description of your confession.2.
Tweet your post with hashtag
5 other travelers whom you would like to expose, and mention them ontwitter.
*This has no prize or big cash win at the end, it is for pure enjoyment for all of ustravelers who carry our sanity around with us!