Travel Digest #316


Hi there it's @livinguktaiwan here today. I'm sorry I missed yesterday's #traveldigest. I have a visitor in town this week and we've been out all day every day returning home quite late. I was so tired when I got in last night that I just didn't have the energy to curate. Today I found all these great posts that's been pinned to the Steemitworldmap in the last couple of days, let's take a look now.

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#1 All of The Seven Rila Lakes

I love this post from @danielapetk and the hike that she went to. It is located at The Seven Rila Lakes, one of the most visited places in Bulgaria. She went with a mountaineer friend who knows all the less popular routes so they can enjoy the beautiful surroundings and get away from the crowd. Their goal is to hike to a ridge where they can get a high level view of the lakes as well as the stunning view of the mountain and the villages below. The highest lake is over 2500m high and is called "Salzata", The tear, because the water is crystal clear and that's why it is transparent. It's absolutely breathtaking there.

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#2 Philippines' Tuna Capital Scenes and Faces

In our second featured post, @steemspots takes us to the General Santos City, also known as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines. It's very busy at the fish port complex, with boat loads of fresh seafood coming in. Amongst them are the massive tuna, some as heavy as 75 pounds, these are checked and then exported overseas to places like Japan and USA. Other seafood are auctioned at the complex, and @steemspots managed to get some really great photos of the buzz and action there. The only downside is that you need to arrive before dawn to see all this.

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#3 Nantucket & Martha’s Vineyard - Part 2

Our last featured post is from @dfinney, she went to Martha's Vineyard in the USA. This is a busy tourist location, and each of the main areas have their own unique architecture which reflects their history from when the English arrived in the 1650s. After walking around parts of the island in the morning, @dfinney's husband rented a scooter to explore the island in the afternoon. However, she opted to wander around by foot, and sitting by the seaside park to admire the view.

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Great features! Congratulations everyone! :)

Thanks for the feature and honorable mention in the same post! 😍

Thank you very much, @steemitworldmap, congratulations to all chosen authors :)

me gusto tu post vote te sigo tambien me puedes seguir @juneiker ademas te recomendaria que pasaras a ver uno de nuestros pots y comentarlos

It makes me very happy my honorable mention! Thank you so much.

Many thanks @steemitworldmap for the mention!
I also absolutely loved the post about Seven Rila Lakes, an amazing place :)

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yes, looks up now.