The Radar – the best of the travel blogosphere – is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.
Here’s this week’s:
- “There seemed to be no strangers in Bali“–at least according to Lisa and George. Find out how these two bloggers found zen–and a babysitter–on the streets of Ubud. @wesaidgotravel
- Hong Kong may be known for its bustling, high-end shopping scene, but this storied city has cultural and historical treasures galore. Once you’ve taken a gander at the three-ton hunk of jade or the Wall of Nine Dragons, you’ll be glad you left the luxury goods behind. @20stravel
- While in South Africa, our Digital Nomad, Andrew Evans, took a breather from his globetrotting adventures to learn about the six wines of Babylonstoren, a colonial vineyard on the outskirts of Cape Town, and uncovered more than just good Chenin Blanc. @WheresAndrew
- It’s true that “sticking out like a sore thumb when traveling can land any traveler in hot water.” Avoid attracting negative attention–and putting yourself at risk–with these tips for blending in abroad from the folks at the Planet D. @theplanetd
- Unlike many Eastern European cities, visiting Moscow can hit travelers hard in the wallet. But don’t cross it off your list just yet. Here are five memorable things you can do in Russia’s capital city at a very reasonable cost–free! @TheTripologist