The Radar – the best of the travel blogosphere – is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.
Here’s this week’s:
- When you think of striking fall foliage, you probably don’t picture the place where most of the icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere are formed. Behold Ilulissat Icefjord in western Greenland. @theplanetd
- America’s national park system might be in shutdown mode along with the federal government, but that doesn’t stop the parks from being beautiful. Did you know that five of the nation’s 59 national parks are located in Utah? Find out other fun facts about this western wonderland. @WheresAndrew
- If you dream of traveling full time, you should be prepared for the sacrifices that come with it. But if you play your cards right, you’ll gain “a lifetime of precious memories.” @yTravelBlog
- “The Tsaatan cannot survive without the reindeer. They live together, intertwined.” Find out more about this unique ethnic enclave on the border of Mongolia and Russia. @escapeartistes
- For anyone who’s ever taken on the London Tube and lost, here’s a guide to keeping your sanity in one of the busiest public transit systems in the world. @MatadorNetwork