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My Favorite Travel Blogs

 My Favorite Travel Blogs

As I announced recently, I’ll be pausing my regular publishing on this site (though not going away) while I work on some local, Orlando projects. So I thought it fitting to share some of the travel blogs I enjoy reading the most. Yes, I have shared many travel blogs over the years, but these are the one I look forward to reading everyday (and you can find more here). In no particular order…

  • Too Many Adapters – Everything travel tech. Love their gadget reviews, travel hacking and overall take on technology for the traveler.

One Story Ends, Another Begins: A Farewell Message to You

 One Story Ends, Another Begins: A Farewell Message to You

Hey Adventurers,

Today’s post on this blog will be one of my last for the foreseeable future. I’ll be taking an extended hiatus from travel blogging while I move on to the next step in this blogging journey. To many of you, this may come as a sudden surprise and opens up many questions. I’d like to spend the rest of this post answering them.

First, I’m not going away entirely. AdventuresWithBen.com will still remain online and you can continue to find me on my facebook and twitter accounts. I’ll still reply to comments, emails, tweets and however else you find me. I just won’t be publishing new content on a regular basis.

Online Trainers Spanish Language Training Review

 Online Trainers Spanish Language Training Review

It’s funny how a decision I made in 6th grade impacted the rest of my life. You see, when I was in 6th grade we had the opportunity to learn both French and Spanish for half of the year. And just before summer break, we had to pick which language we would spend 7th and 8th grade learning. As a 6th grader, I based my decision on the 8th grade language field trip; Each class went to a restaurant of the country of origin of the language being learned. And since I didn’t like Spanish food, I chose French.

Red Envelope Gadget Charger for the Car: Travel Gear Review

 Red Envelope Gadget Charger for the Car: Travel Gear Review

My cell phone has become my de facto camera for everything travel. I rarely use my point and shoot and DSLR cameras anymore. And when you combine that usage with twitter, facebook pinterest, email and Jurassic Park (my guilty pleasure), my cell phone battery drains pretty quickly. When it hits 30% I start to get nervous! All of this to say, I’m always in need of a charger of some sort.

Enter the Red Envelope Gadget Charger for the Car*.

The Red Envelope Car Charger ($49.99) is a coffee cup-sized charger with one USB and two AC outlets on it. It plugs into your car cigarette lighter and chargers your technology while you are driving.