Travel Digest #846
Hi everyone it's @LivingUKTaiwan here with today's edition of the @traveldigest. Last week I mentioned that authors are welcome to post your travel content from the Pinmapple and haveyoubeenhere community on Hive for greater exposure and support. The other great reason to post from our community is that we have recently started to collaborate with OCD where they will support quality content from our community. Pinmapple are the only travel community working in collaboration with OCD, so posting in our community will give you the opportunity for greater recognition. If you missed the original post from OCD you can check it out here.
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🥇 My travel story: Namibia Day 4, 5 (Damaraland, Twyfelfontein) - Part 3 (30 photos) by @crazy-andy
Still this time it was something else. It can not be described, but it will stay in my memory for always. We gave them a ball, an official quality football ball from some World cup competition. We had it with us, prepared to give it to some kids on our travel, but I would say that was even better moment to give it away. We planned to pump it somewhere as it was not pumped and you needed a needle to pump it. But that was not necessary as at the moment we gave it out of the car, they were starting yelling and jumping around. In positive way of course. All village came to see this ball.
🥈" I see people " - Indigenous People || Chittagong Hill Tracts by @priyanarc
We called this type of area called "River Ghat" where fishermen keep all of their boats. This is a very common scenario in our country and if you go to the countryside, you will see this scenario. The only difference is the location and environment. Normally, RiverGhats are one of the busiest crowded areas but here the entire scenario is completely opposite. These boats are not only fishing boats; they also carry goods from one place to another.
🥉[Romania, Sibiu] The city, windows are watching you! by @rbaggo
Today, I would like to introduce a special place in Romania. It is a city called 'Sibiu'. Located in central Romania, the city is a major transportation hub connecting the Romanian metropolis of Timisoara and Brasov. It is a small city in Transylvania with a population of 150,000. Really, this is the place where only people who know go.
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