Love to Travel: Lisa’s interview with @Theguywhoflies

The original version of Love to Travel called “Interview with Travel Blogger Lisa Ellen Niver of We Said Go Travel @wesaidgotravel” was originally conducted by @theguywhoflies and published on Travel Blogger Interviews. For some, all it takes is a taste of the wide-open world to get hooked; that’s how it was for Lisa after her first … Continued

Who’s on the rise?

We wrote a previous article covering the more general aspects of Rise Boards and Klout scores here; but a change in scoring techniques and WSGT’s appearance on new travel board Twitter Activity Club deserves a more in-depth look! Wherever your interests may lie, there is a Rise board to suit them! If you don’t find exactly what you’re … Continued

Far and Away, Flat Out, The West’s Best Road Trip!

  It feels like we’re driving to the edge of the world where the water falls off. Infinity is just ahead. To the right are mountains that arc up from the basement of time. On the left, a dry lakebed now glassed with salt. This is the driest state in the country, not so surprising, … Continued

Glutes on Fire on the Kumano Kodo Trail in Japan

Hiking the Kumano Kodo Trail in Southeastern Japan is no walk in the park. The Kumano Kodo Trail is actually a network of trails in the remote, mountainous Kii Peninsula, southeast of Osaka and Kyoto. The trails, which were established as Buddhist pilgrimage routes in the 10th Century, connect several sacred sites, collectively designated a … Continued

Matlacha and the Art of the Technology Shabbat

I first heard of a Technology Shabbat a few years ago from its most vocal proponent, Webbies Awards founder Tiffany Shlain. Modeled on the principles of the Jewish observation of the Sabbath, where from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday you do no work, the idea is that you take a mini-break from all … Continued

Fresh Powder and fresher meals at Park City, Utah

What’s the best thing about Park City, Utah? It might be the fresh powder at Park City Ski Resort which now has the extra addition of nearby Canyons, making it the largest ski resort in the USA. It’s always a unique experience skiing at Park City, with everything from snowstorms to bright blue skies on the … Continued

WSGT’s new Travel Writing Award: Finding Freedom

If you haven’t heard the big news yet: Starting May 4th, our contests will be no more and in their place will be a brand new award! Wanderlusters, nomads-in-training, aspiring travel writers and those looking to share a special moment are all encouraged to enter! The simple act of putting a pen to the paper (or … Continued

Saudi Arabia: The Hardest Place in the World to Visit

By Richard Bangs  The covering has the disconcerting effect of obnubilating as well as illuminating the woman behind it. Local tourists overlooking Al Ragasat Canyon. #SaudiArabia A photo posted by Richard Bangs (@richardjbangs) on Mar 21, 2016 at 12:21pm PDT Shrouded in black niqab and ankle-length abaya, she floats towards me. Behind, her friends are … Continued

We Said Go Travel

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